Google Calendar is the first app many look at when they wake up, it’s the first website many go to when they sit down at work, and it keeps many a meeting from being missed throughout the week.
Do you remember a time before being able to fire up some sweet apps on your phone to pass the time while you were pretending to pay attention in a meeting, or went to the bathroom, or sat through a dance recital?
How did people even survive back in 2006? It’s amazing.
We’re proud to be a sponsor of the 21st edition of the Easton Riverside Festival of the Arts taking place this September 16 & 17 in Scott and Riverside parks. The weather looks to be warm and beautiful, a perfect compliment to the talented artists, musicians, and vendors on hand for this unique Lehigh Valley festival.
Simply put, Google Drive is a free, easy to use, comprehensive cloud file service. It allows users to create, organize, store, and share files in the “cloud,” which allows access across your desktop, phone, and other supported devices.
The 2017 Musikfest Photo Scavenger Hunt is here! We have the most prizes ever, the best photos ever, and you’re going to have the most fun ever.
The rules are simple. Please download the PDF game piece first. You have to take your photos AT Musikfest between 8/4-13, 2017. You must send all of your photos in ONE EMAIL in a Dropbox or Google Drive folder to email@example.com.
BETHLEHEM, PA–After successful late night shows the past six years, Musikfest is doubling down on comedy with more shows than ever at the festival this summer.
New this year are free standup comedy shows Aug. 11-12 at the LVwithLove ComedyPlatz, presented by Lehigh Valley with Love Media and Never Again Radio at The Ice House, 56 River St., Bethlehem. More than 30 comedians will perform at six shows over the two days at the Ice House, an official Musikfest venue for 2017. Highlights include Blair Socci of MTV’s Ladylike and Guy Code vs. Girl Code; Shane Gillis, named 2016 Philly’s Phunniest at Helium Comedy Club; Dina Hashem of Comedy Central’s Roast Battle; Dan Perlman, co-creator of the animated series That’s My Bus!; and Patrick Monahan, named one of Paste Magazine’s 75 Best Twitter Accounts of 2016. These comics, along with many more from New York and Philadelphia, will be performing alongside some of the Lehigh Valley’s best comics. Shows are 7, 8:45 and 10:30 p.m. both nights.
Snapchat has always been a bit difficult for smaller businesses to utilize on a regular basis due to its limited organic reach, 24-hour limit of content on the platform, and difficulty to directly connect with users.
At least one of those problems, connecting directly with users, has crumbled a little with the introduction of user-created links for Snapchat posts.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media co-owner, George Wacker, was named the “Best Local Blogger” by Lehigh Valley Style Magazine for the third year in a row.
Spam is annoying, but, we always like to look at comments flooding beneath your pictures as a sign that you’re doing something right. I mean, people are taking notice of your content.
Of course, that superficial flattery really only lasts so long until you’re pulling out your hair over having to get rid of spammy or offensive comments.
Hey, Instagram to the rescue!
With a “little” help from professional race car drivers Marco Andretti and Corey Lewis, the Lehigh Valley with Love Media Racing Squad took home the checkered flag in the inaugural SteelStacks Grand Prix held on June 18, 2017 in Bethlehem.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media joined more than 20 other five person teams duking it out first in three heats and then in one blistering final.
Thank you to all of the sponsors and to ArtsQuest and Lehigh Valley Grand Prix for making this a reality!
Being “normal” is boring. We know that. In fact, our whole approach to our clients’ social media, videos, and other marketing initiatives is to stand out from the “normal.”
However, understanding what other businesses are doing, especially ones that are similar to yours, is an effective way of taking stock in just how healthy your social media and other marketing practices are holding up.
It’s easy to get caught up in the hype of the latest social media platform. Take Snapchat, for example. It went from something that people used to send risqué pictures a few years ago to each other to something that the latest summer movie blockbuster is using to advertise their release dates. Your mom probably knows how to use it, too.
But, just because many people are using it, does that mean that your business needs to be on it? Yes and no.
Let’s take a look at some of the larger social media platforms and give a rundown on if you should be on them.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media recently won the Award of Honor for Social Media Campaigns and Projects from the Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association for its work with the Bethlehem Area School District.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media worked with the Bethlehem Area School District for its #BASDproud social media campaign in the fall of 2016.
Sometimes, the hard part of social media can be keeping up with it. You, or whoever runs the social media for your business or organization can be hit with a ton of social media “best practices” each and every day. It’s easy to get overwhelmed.
That being said, there are some easy things you can do to take a step back and make sure your social media is up-to-date and chugging along as it should be.