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Kaila Strong

Kaila Strong

Account Manager

Vertical Measures

Kaila Strong is an Account Manager with Vertical Measures, a Phoenix-based Internet Marketing company, where she manages client Internet marketing campaigns. Kaila also writes on the Vertical Measure's blog and is a frequent industry guest blogger.

Articles by Kaila Strong

  1. The 2012 Socialympics

    Rules and regulations about the use of content surrounding the 2012 Summer Olympics in London must comply with some pretty strict rules, which include tweets and Facebook posts. With so many restrictions, what are marketers to do?

  2. 4 Ways to Use Pinterest for Market Research

    What’s top of mind with your customers today? Whether you’re looking to expand into a new market or gain insights about your customers, learn how Pinterest can help you discover a variety of opportunities and even help improve website usability.

  3. Pinterest: An Introductory Guide for Marketers

    Meet Pinterest. The hottest social network offers many benefits to marketers. Understanding how to use Pinterest and leverage its marketing potential requires diving in. Here’s everything you need to know to get started and become pinteresting.

  4. 4 Creative Ways to Use the New Facebook Brand Pages

    With Facebook set to switch over brand pages to the new Timeline style, we look at a few creative ways to use the new layout. With a touch of thought and a pinch of creativity it's easy to turn what could be limiting factors to your advantage.

  5. 7 Creative Ways Your Brand Can Use Pinterest

    Looking for a way to spark interest and engage with customers? Pinterest may be your solution. With a bit of creativity and research you’re bound to find a way to use the new platform. Here are a few ways some brands can use Pinterest.

  6. How Brands Can Fly High on the New Twitter

    Twitter’s much-anticipated redesign launched last week. With a redesigned site, enhanced profile pages for brands, and the ability to embed tweets, the recent changes to the social networking site are major. Here’s a look at Twitter’s major changes.

  7. Using Social Media to Build Site Authority

    One important part of building authority is paying attention to and doing your part to influence social metrics. You can do a number of things to help build your website’s authority with social media. Here are a few tips to help you along the way.

  8. 11 Social Media Tips for the Holidays

    For many brands the holiday spending season represents the largest chunk of revenue for the entire year. A bad season certainly won't start off the new year well. All the more reason to get started on your holiday online marketing strategy now.

  9. What Might Google+ Improvements Mean for Marketers?

    It’s been about 90 days since the Google+ project began and the proud parents of the bundle of joy are still oooh-ing and awww-ing over their 3-month-old. Let’s examine some of the site’s 100+ improvements and what they might mean to marketers.

  10. Developing A Social Messaging Approval Process

    Are your status updates, tweets, or other social media messaging stuck in limbo due to a lack of approval from the powers that be? Here’s how to get a process in place to reduce strain on your resources and escape the approval bottleneck.

  11. Social Media Rules for Athletes

    Social media is here to stay, whether or not brands want to deal with it. Here's how the regulation vs. deregulation social media debate is playing out for athletes in the 2012 Olympics, National Football League, and mixed-martial arts.

  12. Google & Bing Social Search Brand Strategies

    It's important to examine how Google and Bing's social efforts may affect your brand. How do social signals, referral traffic, and conversions contribute to social search? What improvements can be made to take advantage? Let's examine. Google,...

  13. How Your Brand Can Get Social with Daily Deals

    As a brand it's important to examine exactly if your business can take advantage of daily deals and look to the future of the 'social daily deals' industry with the Facebooks, Groupons and Living Socials of the interwebs.

  14. Google +1: Death of Facebook Like?

    Has Google learned from the Buzz disaster and found something that can seriously rival the Facebook Like button? A look at some of the implications of Google +1 on organic and paid search, plus user intent.