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2016 Brings New Talent To KiMedia Strategies

Posted on January 20th, by Kim Randall in KiMedia Strategies News. No Comments

If anyone would have told me that I would be adding anyone to the KiMedia Strategies team this month, I would probably laugh. I felt the same way the day I incorporated KiMedia Strategies. I never once thought of myself as a future business owner growing up. My family never talked about going into business for myself, and no school ever once mentioned the word entrepreneurship. Everything each day is a new, exciting experience…especially days like today when I get to announce that KiMedia Strategies has decided to expand and bring on board the very talented Tara Anderson as Director of Digital Creativity.

Tara and I have known one another going on two years and her passion for smart, innovative, trendy, and creative social media is something I appreciate. When I realized that I was getting too busy I knew I needed to do one … Read More »

Facebook Adds Short Bio & Featured Pictures To Personal Profiles

Posted on October 22nd, by Kim Randall in Facebook Tips, Social Media Success. No Comments

Steps to update your Facebook:

1. Visit your profile on Facebook (not your newsfeed).

2. Follow the prompts.


3. Admire your awesome updates.

4. Tell a friend.

Crosstown Diner

Posted on October 22nd, by Kim Randall in Portfolio, Some Brands We Have Worked With. No Comments

{a} haley Boutique

Posted on October 22nd, by Kim Randall in Portfolio, Some Brands We Have Worked With. No Comments

Social Media Strategies for local boutique and e-commerce store

* Social Media Strategy
* Social branding
* Social Contest strategy & execution
* Social Media management




Your Like & Share Facebook Contest Won’t Work

All too often I see people sharing pictures on Facebook with the original message being “Like and Share for your chance to win….” Sounds perfectly easy, but it actually isn’t. Requiring anyone to share the post in exchange for an entry doesn’t always work. With so many customizable privacy settings you’re never going to see everyone who shared the post making those posts hidden and unknown. Not very fair to the clueless fans that just shared your post and promoted your page. Liking a post as an entry to win is OK, but still not the best option because when you’re announcing the winner you’re not able to tag them so they will not be alerted to their winning unless they are watching your page like a hawk.

How To Run An On Page Contest On Facebook

Require the entrants to comment to … Read More »