Brighton Department: Interactive
As an Online Marketing Specialist, Stephanie focuses on email marketing, paid search and SEO with an emphasis in social media.
Fun Fact: "From a small town where there are more cows than people."
This weekend is Memorial Day Weekend (insert cheers) and that means a three-day weekend (insert more cheers). Do you have plans? If not, no worries. We have you covered with the latest on what’s happening around St. Louis! read more
Monday, January 28, 2013 marked the official opening of Brighton‘s new office at 7711 Bonhomme. Only a block away from the previous location in Clayton, Mo., the new office features more space, more meeting rooms and much more! read more
It’s Election Day, have you voted? Whether or not you do so is up to you, but one thing is for certain, the whole world will be watching to see who is elected the next President of the United States. read more
While thousands of new infographics pop up daily, this morning I came across what I thought was just another social media infographic. Don’t get me wrong, most infographics seem to have great facts and figures, but this one was a little different. read more
Outside of and around the office, I often get asked about Twitter hashtags. Who knew the ‘#’ symbol could cause so much confusion.
To clear up any misunderstanding, I’ve answered some of the most common questions asked about hashtags. read more
Last Wednesday, Facebook began rolling out Sponsored Results, letting marketers target users searching for specific apps, Pages and Places and inserting a link that points to their own respectable app, Page or tab. read more
Within the last week all three major social media networks announced some sort of change to their platforms – I’m talking about Facebook’s Group announcement, Twitter’s Search announcement and LinkedIn’s upgrade announcement. So what’s the deal? Read on to find out! read more
It’s Tuesday after a nice, long Memorial Day weekend and you’re back to work. Logging into your bitly account you notice—wait for it—that the old bitly you’ve become accustomed to has changed. Gasp. read more