Nick Cicero is the Director of Client Strategy at Expion, Editor for Social Fresh, and a Marketing Consultant with experience building social campaigns for Sony PlayStation, Winn-Dixie, Eminem, Teen Vogue and more. He’s a fan of playing trumpet, vinyl records, blogging and active in the music industry as a composer and producer. Nick lives in New York City.

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    10 Tips to Break Your Productivity Slump 

    There’s a debilitating disease affecting nearly one in three creatives on the planet. They call it a slump, and if you’re one of the millions of suffering each year, you know that it’s a feeling...

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    How to add audio to your Instagram photos

    Who says that pictures have to be silent? While Instagram has made it easy to shoot, edit, and upload short 15 second videos, sometimes you don’t really want to share video but you still want audio...

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    10 Tactics for Increasing Online Form Conversion Rates [REPORT]

    According to Gartner, by 2020 customers will manage 85% of their purchasing relationships without talking to a human. As more and more customers favor online interaction — forms, social networks and live website engagement are the touch points that...

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    11 Creative Brands using Twitter's GIF Feature

    In a move that will forever animate your Twitter feeds – GIFs have finally arrived on Twitter. Announced today by the @Support team, native uploading of GIFs is now accessible via the Twitter website and...

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    Building Community in NYC: #CMXSummit Live Storify

    Today kicks off the first of the two-day CMX Summit event in New York City, bringing together some of the finest minds in relationships building together to talk about how we can collectively raise the...

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    A Handy Design Guide for New Twitter Profiles

    In 2011 I wrote about the “New New Twitter” which placed a larger emphasis on the overall experience from a user’s home feed to the profile. That change was focused a lot more on driving more communication...