In an effort to help users receive relevant information concerning your Business Page faster and easier, Facebook is automatically updating your page to its new Services template on August 24, 2018. This update will better highlight hours, price range and recommendations, and will offer users the option to make their own recommendations for your business…

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Social media isn’t just a fun distraction for individuals to kill a couple hours and see what their peers are up to. Used in the right ways and on the right platforms based on the industry, businesses can utilize social media to reach their target markets, enhance their online presence and increase sales and/or engagement…

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There’s no doubt our pack works hard in the Doghouse, with each team member specializing in a different field of marketing and advertising. That’s why we take pride in the phrase working like dogs, striving to provide the best strategy, design and content for every project we complete. This month, we get to celebrate three…

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March is recognized as National Caffeine Awareness Month, a time dedicated to helping people make informed decisions about how much caffeine they’re consuming daily. In America, 83% of adults consume coffee and average three cups a day, equaling around 587 million cups nationwide. At the Doghouse, this is no exception! We decided to poll our…

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  For those of you managing social media accounts (whether for personal accounts or business accounts), you understand the struggle of making sure all of your content is scheduled for each platform and that your graphics will post properly. Because of its latest updates, Facebook is often easier to schedule through the actual platform. Twitter…

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There’s no doubt you’ve come across a few press release disasters in the news. You’ve probably seen them and either laughed and thought, “I’m glad that wasn’t my business,” or if you’re like me, you cringed at the horrible grammar and spelling mistakes and stopped reading. Yes, I am that girl – the one that…

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Several years ago when I was working nearly 70 hours a week for another company, my husband would gently remind me about the Four Squares of Life detailed in the classic self help book “I Dare You!” by Ralston Purina Founder William Danforth. The theory is that life can be viewed as a square with…

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A dog’s single goal in life is to be loved by those around him. Similarly, our aim at Mopdog is to be loved by our clients and ensure their satisfaction with our services. If your company has received any of our services, from assistance with web development to communications support, let us know how we…

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…the dog life chose us. No, really.   The agency first began as a freelance position in 1990 in Rhode Island. The business, named Bill Musial Advertising, became incorporated four years later in Indiana, where we worked in a basement with our two shih tzus. Buying website domains became big in the 90s, and we…

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