How to Use Twitter

Twitter has become a key way for people and businesses to communicate. It opens new avenues of rapport between peers within your industry, while also creating an interface with a target audience.  Twitter presents a great way to both inform and be informed, 140 characters at a time. Here are a few tips we have drawn from our experience, let us know if you have anything to add to the conversation! (more…)


Google+ has Arrived.. but is it the Future?

Google Plus Has Cautiously Burst Onto The Social Media Scene – But Will Users Be Impressed After The Drum Roll Ends? 

Written by Guest Blogger Rob Edwards Google Wave arrived on shores quickly and receded back into the sea of failed initiatives just as fast. Google Buzz hung in the air for a little longer, but was ultimately swatted away by users due to privacy concerns. Now, the search engine giant has unleashed their latest and most promising social media platform to date.  But will it be enough to usurp the all-seeing and all-knowing Facebook as the reigning social media king? Let’s take a closer look at today’s challenger; Google Plus. In bringing Plus… Read more »


Creative Design For Your Facebook Fan Page

The Facebook Lowdown – Facebook is the second most visited website on the planet with 500 million active users. Fifty percent of those users will access their Facebook login on any given day. However you care to look those figures, that’s a lot of traffic. If you can tap into just a small part of it, your business will benefit in leaps and bounds, and quite possibly hyper jumps. If you’re already using Facebook for business, but are looking to reach out even more to potential customers and to drive more traffic to your website, a customized Facebook page is essential to help improve your visibility. Recent changes to Facebook mean that you now have much more control over the Read more »


Twitter Design Update

Sometimes here at Discotoast it’s tough to get past what we call “Mechanic’s Car Syndrome“.  We spend so much time working on creative designs for our client’s that we rarely have time to tweak our own web design or update our social media profiles. We finally had enough and over the past few day’s our fickle nature’s have gotten the better of us and we have started making small tweaks to our websiteblog (such as the bigger font you are reading right now) and social media sites (starting with FaceBookTwitter and LinkedIn). It has been quite a few months since our last update (I think I added the custom styling… Read more »