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  • “12 Years A Slave” Takes Home Golden Globes’ Biggest Honor: Watch Our Interview With Cast Member Rob Steinberg

    Named Best Motion Picture Drama at last night’s star-studded Golden Globe Awards, “12 Years a Slave” tells the incredible true story of Solomon Northup, a free black man from New York who was abducted and sold into slavery in 1841. Northrup was forced to work on plantations in Louisiana until a chance meeting with an abolitionist, played by Brad Pitt, led to his release and freedom.

  • #1 Piece of Advice from Cyberbullying Lecturer and Author

    In this exclusive Google Hangout with On The Marc Media’s Marc Silverstein, award-winning author and lecturer Kay Stephens shares valuable advice about battling cyberbullying. She is leading the conversation on cyberbullying awareness and prevention in Maine and around New England.

  • Miki Agrawal Wants You to Do Cool Sh*t (Too)!

    A dozen years ago, Miki Agrawal overslept for her job as an investment banker. The date was 9-11, and it’s likely she would have been at the World Trade Center. In the days that followed, Agrawal vowed to make major changes in her life.

  • Home for the Holidays: The Perfect (Kitchen) Gifts

    Maybe it’s the food, but your kitchen always ends up the most popular room in the house when you’re entertaining. On The Marc Media’s Marc Silverstein has just the right kitchen gifts to dazzle your friends when they gather this holiday season–and well into 2014 and beyond. Check out Marc as he spotlights the Sodastream Source, Calphalon’s Contemporary Nonstick cookware, Bridlewood wines and the Jura Impressa F7 coffee maker. One quick tip: if you get your entertaining plans taken care of now, you can actually spend some time with your guests during the holidays!

  • Using Twitter to Step Up Your PR Game

    Companies pay millions of dollars for advertising every day, but sometimes all you need is a free or cost-effective tweet, in 140 characters or less. In a just aired and published WTOP interview, On the Marc Media founder and CEO Marc Silverstein talks to Neal Augenstein about how businesses can benefit from using Twitter, especially since the social media giant went public on Thursday.

  • New! Social Search Engine Tells You Who’s Reading What

    Bitly, the popular URL shortening and tracking website, has introduced a new and useful website called Realtime. Billed as “an internet attention ranking engine, giving you powerful tools for analyzing what the world is paying attention to right now,” Realtime allows Bitly users to select a topic and keywords then filters through various social media websites, domains, languages, and countries and ranks its results by how actively the link is used.

  • Government Shutdown: What Happens When There Is No One To Tweet?

    The Shutdown is underway. As you might expect, the Twitterverse exploded with news and views—while the accounts at so-called “non-essential” agencies went silent, with no one there to post. Maybe it’s the extra time to ponder, but the comments on the topic are wildly creative. Here’s a collection of Tweets from #essentials and #nonessentials that grabbed #TeamOTMM’s attention:

  • What Businesses Need To Know About Yelping On Yelp

    If you’ve ever looked for a cozy Italian restaurant in your neighborhood, a dentist near your new office, or a pet groomer who knows just how to make your Labradoodle look his best, chances are you’ve visited With more than 108 million unique visitors per month, Yelp is billed as “an online urban city guide that helps people find cool places to eat, shop, drink, relax and play, based on the informed opinions of a vibrant and active community of locals in the know.” It sounds great, but business owners know all too well that a lousy review on Yelp can do a lot of collateral damage to their profits.

  • How To Get Sued By Your Employees

    Remember we live in a there-are-no-secrets-24-hour-news-cycle-text-tweet-yelp-facebook-linked-in-you-get-the-point world. Even if you don’t break the law, your business can suffer if you’re just bone-headed. Ask Paula.

  • Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones; Clint & Dina Eastwood: Celebrity Separations Are Popping Up All Over…But What Does ‘Separation’ Mean?

    Two of Hollywood’s hottest couples announced their separation this week: Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are “taking a break” after 13 years. Married in 1996, Clint and Dina Eastwood have confirmed that they’ve been living apart for a year. But don’t register any of these superstars on dating websites just yet…Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman separated last year, to the chagrin of the legions of fans, and then got back together after a few months.

  • Pinning For Popularity: Maximizing Your Business’ Pinterest

    Most companies have a presence on Facebook and Twitter and are slowly but surely setting up accounts on LinkedIn and Instagram. But what about Pinterest? Pinterest is not just for newly-engaged women, budget-conscious teachers and DIY enthusiasts. When used optimally, your business can benefit from the board-style social media site that allows you to post images and share videos. The keys to using Pinterest effectively are 1) pinning as much original content (tips, infographics, checklists and how-to videos) as possible, 2) integrating Pinterest into your website, content and other social media accounts, and 3) using relevant keywords and hashtags in captions to maximize visibility. Still confused? Watch as On The Marc Media’s Marc Silverstein explains how to use Pinterest for business.

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