Marx Layne & Co. is pleased to announce the addition of the following team members. Matt Schuler, Digital Architect Matt Schuler joined Marx Layne as its Digital Architect. Schuler is in charge of online reputation management, search engine optimization (SEO), and online video production and content marketing. Schuler also develops comprehensive social media strategies for [...]
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By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne As long as people enjoy writing more than a few sentences at a time, blogging will never die. I’d contend that if blogging is dead, as this New York Times article suggests, then it’s living a healthy afterlife. NYT’s Verne Kopytoff writes, “Blogs were once the outlet of [...]
By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne Google is mixing in more social elements to its search results, it announced this morning. In a post by Mike Cassidy, Product Management Director, and Matthew Kulick, Product Manager, Google announced it’s “doing a little bit more to bring you all the goodness of Google, plus the opinions [...]
By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne One of the most attention-grabbing commercials on last night's Super Bowl broadcast was "Imported From Detroit" showcasing the Chrysler 200 with Eminem. Watch it below. Do you think the ad was targeted well? Do you think it hits its mark? Post your thoughts in the comments section.
By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne When you think about how many messages Twitter’s millions of users produce on a daily basis, it’s staggering. Even at 140 characters, the massive amount of information has to be funneled through something, and now we know a bit more about what. Yesterday at O’Reilly’s Strata 2011, Kevin [...]
By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne I read on Financial Times this morning that TweetDeck, my Twitter app of choice, has unveiled what it calls Deck.ly. The service, similar to TwitLonger, will allow users to send out messages that are longer than the 140-character limit imposed by Twitter. It prompts the very serious question, [...]
By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne I noticed something interesting last night when checking out my latest followers on Twitter. Take a look at Rick Wion’s page below. He’s the Director of Social Media for McDonald’s. You might not see it right away, so I’ll point it out. Twitter added Connections yesterday, a new way [...]
By MATT SCHULER, Digital Architect, Marx Layne Have you used Google Voice? Do you even know what it is? In short, Google Voice allows you to bind all of your phone numbers in to one super number. Your Google Voice number will ring your home phone, cell phone, work phone or any other number you [...]
By TALITHA JOHNSON, Account Assistant, Marx Layne This day serves as a remembrance that perseverance still prevails. As I reflect about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, each year I learn a new lesson from his struggle. This year, that lesson is to never give up; under no circumstance (seen or unforeseen) should you give [...]
By LAVONNE TURNER, Senior Account Executive, Marx Layne Today is Martin Luther King Day, for me, a day of gratitude and reflection. I still get teary eyed when I hear Martin’s speech, I Have Been to the Mountain Top. I wonder how he must have felt living under constant danger and still continue to fight [...]