Nick Cicero is Director of Client Strategy at Expion, Editor for Social Fresh, and Marketing Consultant, with experience building social campaigns for Sony PlayStation, Winn-Dixie, Lady Gaga, Sports Illustrated, 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 San Francisco.

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    Brands can now Promote Google+ Posts as Native Ads

    Google just announced they’re finally rolling out +Post ads on Google+ pages within the Google Display ad network. This will be a huge push for brands, and as a result I anticipate more marketers will...

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    How Ford Hijacked The Tonight Show Using Social Media

    With more and more advertisers jumping into “real-time marketing,” there is significantly more competition by brands for a captive national audience. But in order to take advantage of that captive audience, brands need to move beyond...

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    How Big is Tumblr? [Infographic]

    Earlier this week at the 4A’s Transformation Conference, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer emphasized the company’s commitment to Tumblr and its community: “The average post on Tumblr gets reblogged about 14 times. The average sponsored post on...

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    The first fully integrated polling and survey option on Tumblr

    Social survey and VegasTechFund company Wedgies announced a partnership with Tumblr today bringing fully functional polls and surveys to publishers of the Yahoo owned microblogging platform. Tumblr users publish 94.1 million posts per day. And at least...

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    6 Tips for Networking Success at #SXSW

    If you want to make money or grow as a professional you need to learn to network. Put simply, you get more online by making real relationships offline. South by Southwest (SXSW) is an event every marketer...

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    The Rise of Brands and Selfies [Infographic]

    In 2013 the selfie became the ‘it’ word of social media. From TV morning show hosts and teenagers to athletes and heads of state, it seems that nearly everyone has been snapping photos of themselves...