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Archive for April 2014

Mopdog Creative + Strategy Named Top 25 Small Business of the Year

We are proud to share that Mopdog Creative + Strategy has been named a 2014 Top 25 Small Business of the Year by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce. The Small Business of the Year awards, first established in 1982, represent the influential companies that keep Cobb thriving. Click here to view a full list of…

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The great Mopdog cookie bake-off

It’s time for another friendly competition at the Mopdog office and this time we are in the mood for cookies! If you like cookies too, then head over to the Mopdog kitchen on Thursday, May 1, and help us sample an assortment of cookies and choose a winner. All contestants will bake a few extra…

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Best practices for Google+

I have spent a good amount time over the last few weeks learning the ins and outs of Google+ and like many who are new to the site, I questioned the usability of the platform. Do I treat Google+  like Facebook and share all the cat videos and “like if you…” posts? Or like Twitter…

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When to use what font

What’s in a font? Fonts can make you feel sophisticated, visualize things and take you on a journey. But they can also give you a headache. When used correctly fonts are awesome. Much like this whimsical font that instantly takes you to childhood. Or, then there’s this medieval, calligraphic font that’s just plain serious. Even…

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3 Tips to Become a Better Photographer Today

When thinking about photography, there are many things that separate good photos from bad—mode, white balance, ISO, exposure, focus, resolution—and the list goes on.  To become pro in no time, start by mastering these three basics. Basic need for all – the camera A good photographer can use any camera and turn out great photos,…

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Adam wins the Mopdog office bracket challenge!

Congratulations to Adam for winning our March Madness office bracket challenge! Much of the pack had their brackets busted early on in the tournament, except for  Adam, Martin and Tricia, who held on to place in the top three spots. From the early #BracketBuster games to the historical championship game, this year’s NCAA March Madness…

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A story goes viral: little girl’s vision saved by Facebook post

Social media is no doubt a powerful tool, but even more so when it changes an unsuspecting little girl’s life. Tara Taylor posted a photo of her 3-year-old daughter on Facebook and immediately after, Facebook user Stacy Carter sent a message pointing out the glow in Rylee’s left eye. But why was Carter prompted to…

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The benefits of using Google+ for businesses

Before recently I had not given Google+ much thought. Like many I thought it was just another social media platform and questioned its relevance. I am already on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, why would I also need to spend time and energy on Google+? Twin Design / Shutterstock.com When I first looked into Google+…

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