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5 Ways To Improve Your Facebook Return On Investment

Facebook is one of the most widely used social media channels in the world. Since its inception, Facebook has branded itself as the place to connect socially with friends and fans across the globe. And, for the last few years, business owners, managers and their staff members have worked to understand and take advantage of

Facebook Taps Seven Major Retailers To Test Buy Service

Facebook is testing a new service that will eventually allow users to collect and purchase items from major retailers, according to an article on CNBC.com. In an attempt to delve into the eCommerce market, the social media site has tapped seven major retailers — William Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Neiman Marcus, Limited Brand, Victoria’s Secret, Fab.com,

#GrowSomething’s Social Media Success Story

More than 200 million Americans have registered their phone numbers on the FTC’s Do Not Call list. With DVR capabilites, 86 percent of people skip TV ads and 44 percent of direct mail is never opened. Social media, however, continues to grow. And something that becomes viral online can originate with just one person. Greenhouse

#GrowSomething Is A Success Story

Thanks to all of you who participated in #GrowSomething social media takeover! There was a really great response to the idea. Hundreds of social media posts used the hashtag and spread the word about why gardening and plants are great. The hashtag is still being used on Twitter. You can check out #GrowSomething on Twitter

It’s #GrowSomething Week!

Did you know that the smell of soil acts as a natural antidepressant? The Atlantic posted a story about how gardening can boost your mood, and it was one of the many articles shared during the first two days of #GrowSomething week. #GrowSomething participants shared Facebook posts, tweets and Instagram photos, all on why plants

For Growers, Marketing Has Been A Quick Evolution

After losing Walmart as a client and confronting customers’ new expectations, Rockwell Farms chose to adapt. In this interview, Jason Roseman, the company’s director of sales, looks back at some of the marketing developments he’s seen Rockwell Farms and other growers undergo over the last few years. GG: How do your supermarket customers’ needs differ