Logo Design and a Fresher Look?

Logo Design by Loius

People recognize your brand name only when you have made a profound presence of your brand in the industry. A logo design is one of the most important things while creating a brand’s identity and it is the first thing that the people notice of your brand. A logo design conveys the story of your brand and has to be immediately recognizable wherever the audience sees it.

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Free & Simple Social Media Tools To Boost Your Presence!

Everybody pretty much knows that social media is a really important strategy to gain and retain online audiences. Whether you have a blog or you’re selling an online product, social media is a must for your business. There are many platforms you can use depending on your type of business and the kind of audience you’re trying to attract. It can get very time consuming to post everyday. You also need to be very strategic what content you post depending on the platform you’re using. Below are some of my favorite free and simple social media tools you can use to boost your online presence today!


There are 317 million active users on Twitter therefore it’s still a very active online platform that’s not to be overlooked. Did you now there are 500 million tweets per day? (https://www.omnicoreagency.com/twitter-statistics/) That’s a lot right? Exactly. What this means is that you have to be very active on Twitter to be seen. Twitter feed is moving so fast that it’s pretty much impossible to see all the tweets. You would have to spend every waking minute on it. And forget about posting that much manually. That’s why you need Twitter automation tools to help you out. Two of my favorite tools for Twitter are Hootsuite and Tweetdeck.


Hootsuite Dashboard

Hootsuite is a great social media tool for scheduling. You can connect up to 3 different social media accounts for free. If you need to connect more accounts you’ll need to upgrade to their paid Pro version. Right now the social media platforms you can add to Hootsuite are: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, LinkedIn, WordPress and YouTube. This platform is really easy to use once you have a look around and try a few things. Then it really becomes completely automated. You can set up different view streams in your ‘Dashboard’ to use as monitoring tools to keep track of various statistics:

Monitoring Tool

  • Home (This stream shows you all the tweets of the people you follow)
  • Mentions (Here you can see whenever somebody mentions your account)
  • Likes (Here’s a list of all the tweets you have liked)
  • Retweets (In this stream you can keep an eye on all the retweets you have received)
  • Messages (See all the messages you have received – Inbox and all the messages you have sent out – Outbox)
  • My Tweets (A list of all of your tweets)
  • Scheduled (See all the tweets you have scheduled to go out later)
  • New Followers (Keep track of all your new followers here)
  • Custom Stream (You can also set up a bunch of custom streams to keep track some handy things for example: hashtags, keywords, specific phrases, urls etc.)


Scheduling Tool

Once you have the above Dashboard set up you can then proceed to using the Scheduling Tool to plan all your tweets in advance. This is a great tool and there is no maximum tweets limits, which is amazing for a free tool. Most other platforms set limits on how many posts you can schedule in advance but with Hootsuite the sky is the limit. This is especially handy when you’re planning to go on a vacation and you need to schedule posts for the entire time you’ll be away.

Analytics Tool

The free Hootsuite version gives you some basic Analytics such as your Twitter Overview which gives you your follower growth and most popular links. The other handy free analytic you can get is your Ow.ly click summary. Ow.ly is a great link shortener that you can use in Hootsuite’s Scheduler tool so you don’t end up with very long links. Did you know that people are more inclined to click on short links? This is why you should definitely be using Ow.ly link shortener.


Tweetdeck example


If you’re only using Twitter you might as well use their own scheduling social media tool called Tweetdeck. This is a separate platform from Twitter but you’ll only need to log into it using your Twitter credentials. Similarly to Hootsuite it comes with a Dashboard where you can set up your own streams such as: Home (Tweets of people you follow), User (Your own tweets), Scheduled (Your scheduled tweets), Notifications (Likes, Re-tweets and Follows), Likes (Tweets you’ve liked), Search (Hashtag, keyword etc.), List, Collection, Activity, Mentions, Followers+, Messages, Trending.


Facebook Publisher

Facebook Publisher

As with Twitter you can use Hootsuite to schedule your posts for Facebook. But if you only use Facebook and you have a Facebook page you can just use the scheduling tool that comes with Facebook. It’s super easy to use and all you have to do is to log in to your main Facebook account and go to your Page – Publishing Tools – Scheduled Posts – Create. Once you create your post you can schedule it to go out at a later date. There is no limit as to how many posts you can schedule in advance. One thing to keep in mind is Facebook picture sizes especially if you’re scheduling posts. If you’re writing a caption and attaching a picture keep in mind the ultimate size for the picture to display correctly is: 476 pixel (width) x 249 pixel (height).


There are many scheduling tools for Instagram including the above-mentioned Hootsuite but my favorite tool is called Planoly.


Planoly Dashboard

The reason why I love this scheduling social media tool is because it’s really visual and it allows you to plan how your feed will look in advance. Yes I know Instagram is supposed to be all about spontaneous posts but to be real many accounts esp. the really big ones plan and organize their feeds. So why shouldn’t you? Why not try to compete or at least keep up with the big guys? The free plan lets you upload 30 images per month so that’s pretty much 1 picture per day for a whole month. Another great thing about Planoly is that they do have a desktop version so you can plan your Insta feed right on your laptop. It always helps to see the pictures up close.


In the Planoly Dashboard you can easily view your Instagram posts via the different tabs such as: Unscheduled, Scheduled and All tabs.




Create a brand new grid and preview how all the posts will look like. Here you can also write all you post’s captions with relevant hashtags. What a time saver that is!


Planoly lets you search and discover new accounts based on user names and hashtags. And you get to see all of their beautiful pictures.


Here you can see your Instagram stats such as: Followers, Likes received, Comments received, your Top 5 Liked posts and your Top 5 most commented on posts. Please note that the free account limits you on how many analytics you can see so you might need to upgrade to a paid plan to see more stats.


While there are no free social media tools to schedule pins for Pinterest there are some free tools you can use to boost it. Most scheduling platforms will either offer you a free trial or a number of free pins. Once you run out of the trial you need to upgrade to a paid version.

Pinterest Group Boards

Pinterest Group Board

But if you want to boost how many people see your pins and re-pin your stuff join Pinterest Group Boards. Any group is free to join and you can easily find groups by going to Facebook and searching for either blogging groups or Pinterest groups. Once you join one of the Facebook groups (or many as it is suggested to join at least 10+) ask the owner to be added to their Pinterest Group Board.


They usually ask you to follow them and their Group Board first. And then you should send them your Pinterest user name or e-mail associated with Pinterest. Once you accept the request to join the group you’ll be able to post your pins directly to the group for all members to see. Note, you need to follow the group guidelines on what to post and how many posts you’re allowed to pin to the group per day. And voila, many other people who wouldn’t otherwise stumble upon your pins will now be able to view your pins.

Tailwind Tribes


Another option is to sign up for Tailwind Tribes. This is a free service offered by Tailwind. Once you join a tribe you’d be able to post your pins for free. All the members will be able to see your pins. The only downside is if you want to re-pin anything from the Tribe you will need to use Tailwind’s Scheduling Tool. And as mentioned above you only get the first 100 pins for free. After that, you’ll need to pay to use the Scheduling Tool. Check out this helpful post (http://prettyfitfoodie.com/2017/01/06/tailwind-pinterest-tribes/) about why it’s a good idea to join Tailwind Tribes.

So I really hope you find the above tips helpful. There are so many free social media tools available out there. This is just a fraction of what’s out there. I believe these tools can do wonders for you. When you’re ready to take things to the next level you’ can always upgrade to a paid version.

Thank you Kasia for Guest blogging with us!



Kasia Mikolajczak is a savvy Digital Media Strategist and the Owner, Content

Creator and Webmaster of The Savvy Dreamer (https://thesavvydreamer.com), a healthy lifestyle blog where she shares her social media/blogging and lifestyle tips, recipes, travel, fashion and beauty picks.

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Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg

The other time, I came across a post on LinkedIn from someone who was criticizing Facebook in a very negative way. He ended his post with:

“Thank you for ruining our lives, Mark Zuckerberg.”

I was taken aback for a while & I thought how and why on earth, I connected with such an idiot!

Now, some of you are gonna tell me that Facebook has indeed changed lives and it’s a very bad thing. We hear many negative comments about Facebook; how people are now hooked up on this social media, how quality family time has decreased or the fact that our children are growing too fast because of this and the list just goes on and on..

I’m sorry, how is this Mark’s fault again? O.o

But then, we should lashed out on the Father of the Computer as well or the key inventors of the internet.
Because if the PC didn’t exist , the internet wouldn’t be here and hackers wouldn’t exist, and the word pornography would have been non-existent.

Mark had a vision, which he made come true. He is a successful entrepreneur and I believe that all the struggling entrepreneurs out there should look up to him. It is not easy to get a successful business going.

Facebook has never had a negative impact on me. And, I know people who aren’t at all affected by social media.

It’s all in people’s mentality. How you used something depends on you only. How people used Facebook depends on their mentality ONLY. It’s their sole choice to use the social media in that negative way.
If Facebook is having a negative impact on you, the person you should blame is YOU only. You can’t hold Mark Zuckerberg for your choices & your decisions.
How is this logical? Where is the fucking logic?

Let me share with you how Facebook has helped me:

1) I have a Facebook page for TEG which helps to connect to a large audience.

2) There are so many blogging groups on Facebook which gets me the feedback, help that I need for my business.

3)The Facebook Live is awesome!

4) If I need an information about a company’s services/products, I just msg them on their Facebook pages, it is so quick and helpful!

After Instagram & Pinterest, Facebook plays a massive role in marketing and communication with my audience. And, I’m sure that all entrepreneurs out there will agree with that!

It’s all about knowing how to use something effetively and wisely.

My mentors & coaches, people who inspire me , motivate me, I connect to them via Facebook video/ live.
They are all using this social media to get a message out and make a difference to the world.

If they can, so why can’t you?

I know, most people are going to disagree with this post.
But, social media can bring out many positive vibes.



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Wrath of Google for Website Design by Amit Mantri

Yes in Digital World, Google is considered as “Lord of Search Engines” but this may be a controversial statement as in China & Russia Google’s presence is negligible. These countries have their own search engine like BAIDU & YANDEX respectively which are quite popular. But in rest of the world as shown in below info-graphics on Search Engine Market share GOOGLE is the King. So let’s talk about only “LORD Google “right now. But before that just check these infographics of May 16:


If you happen to search, of course, Google search for phrase “Wrath of God” …the following definition of the bible is shown “The fact that God just means that He can and will judge between right and wrong and He will administer justice in accordance with His standards. “

Now let’s see what is Google’s mission “Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”.  To achieve this mission, Google constantly reinvents its algorithm to show the best useful and relevant content to its users.

“Voila”! There is a similarity between Wrath of God & Google’s mission statements. As God judges between right and wrong as per his standard so does the Google and if Google finds sin, the penalty is assured.

So what is Google Penalty?

In simple words, Penalty is the result of misdeed done by you on your website knowingly or unknowingly to get ahead in SERP based on the update in Google Algorithm. This penalty can make your entire SEO effort go for a toss. There are 2 types of penalties; manual penalties and algorithm penalties. In this guest blog I will limit myself to manual penalties pertaining to Web designing.

Google Algorithm: is it a Rocket Science?

As per Google “You want the answer, not trillions of web pages. Algorithms are computer programs that look for clues to give you back exactly what you want.” Click on the link and you will get how Google search performs.

Now let’s discuss on how Google penalizes you on Web Design aspect:

We will touch the negative aspect in a moment but Pls go through the checklist for Designing Website. Over here I have tried to jot down how a good website can be designed .In spite of all the precautions we take but due to constant tracking by Google it becomes important to avoid being getting penalized.

Pls go through this Info-graphics and it will clear the air on Google Penalties for Web Design.


At last, I would conclude with following note, Pls make a user-friendly website and not for any search engine. User has to be satisfied in all respect as he is at the core of SEO. If the basic principle is followed than SEO will show its organic results and there would be no   “WRATH OF GOOGLE”.


I thank the owner of DigisocialGeek.com for giving me an opportunity to do a guest post.


Amit Mantri

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Help with Content Writing?

I am a book lover. I love reading. And, when someone reads a lot, he develops a thing for writing just like me! The words just keep flowing in your mind and, book lovers would better understand that. Hope to get my book published soon 🙂

Anyway, in the mean time I got good with content writing which we all know how content is important to digital marketing.

So, yesterday one of my friends, who is an amazing photographer reached out for me to write some content for his pictures. And, I created unique & original content for him.




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So if anyone needs some help with their content, feel free to shoot me an email at



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