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Is the next buzzworthy social media platform right for my client?

Annie Pham My career in social media has spanned from programming artist MySpace profiles, explaining “tweets” to puzzled clients, introducing Facebook pages to brands, to testing Google+ Hangouts for colleagues. This rapid influx of buzzworthy social media sites can be overwhelming to everyone, especially to our

#MyFirstBlog @FusionPR

By Gabby Cox, Intern (@omgitsgabz) I’ve had the pleasure of interning at the Fusion LA office for about two weeks. In a short amount of time, I’ve already been introduced to the power of social media in a way I have never seen before. I write on

Testing the Water in the Social Media Pool

By: Chris Michaels, Sr. Account Manager, Fusion LA If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re somewhat literate in Social Media. From news bureaus talking about their Twitter accounts to major blogs running in syndication on the NY Times and other “traditional media” outlets; social

Come on out, the water's warm

By: Jeff Bratton, Account Supervisor, Fusion PR (@jeffbratton)In many respects, I’m one of the last people that should be writing about the value of social media. I’m new to Facebook and just last week chose a Twitter handle. But it’s for these reasons, specifically, that

Plink is the New Black

By: Talia Andrews, Account Executive, Fusion PR For a loyal Facebook stalker user, as I am sure many of you readers are, I strongly encourage you to check out Plink. Entertainment Media Works (EMW) has created the Plink application, which takes photo

The Time is Now and the Place is Here

DeAnna Lynn Englezos, Intern, L.A.The popular social networking site, Facebook, has begun to inundate blogs, career columns, tech articles and lunch-break conversations. What was once a place where college students went to “link-up” and stay-connected with past and current friends, while expressing their uniqueness through