I hate goodbyes. I really, really do. I always cry like a baby and that pit in my stomach lingers for at least a week. As terrible as that all sounds, it’s time to say an especially difficult goodbye – to Roundpeg.
Leisha's Latest Posts
Don’t Fear the Facebook Pixel
I started hearing more about Facebook pixels about 6 months ago and for the most part, I largely avoided them. Facebook’s advertising analytics do a great job of tracking ads. I really didn’t see a huge need to go down the path of pixels when I already had a tracking system that worked.
The Story of the Pinterest Summary Pin
If you’ve spent any time on Pinterest, you’ve likely noticed more than one pin with the same image...
Make it Work and Check it Twice: Tips from Project Runway
Try as I might to stay healthy, once in a while a cold hits and I’m stuck on my couch watching countless hours of Project Runway guzzling tea. Not my best look. While watching the season 12 finale, I was struck by the level of teamwork. This got me thinking about our team at the little white house and the ways we help each other work through projects.
Get More Out of Facebook Live
When done right, Facebook Live is a powerful social tool for your business page. Use these tips to make the most out of your next live video.
Social Media Updates | What Changed in 2016
When a new social media update comes out, people have the tendency to lose their minds for a day or two. After a while, things settle down and it becomes hard to image the way the social media platform was before the change or update. Now, I know it’s been fall for a few weeks, but today I want to look back at summer 2016 and the changes and updates that were made to our favorite social media platforms.
The Power of Employee Engagement
As a consumer, who do you trust more - a brand talking about itself, or employees and customers...
Last week I decided to devote one day this week to writing my blog posts for late October. The day I chose? Monday. I know better, but I really needed to round out the month of blogs before October hit and the rest of the week is busting at the seams with client meetings and other deadlines.
Managing the WordPress Media Library
Believe it or not, posting a new blog on our site every day of the week is no small feat. Everyone here at the little white house writes, and the process doesn’t stop there.
Survival Guide for Annual Events
After a year at the Peg, Fall means one thing to me. Turkey Sales. One of my content clients sells turkeys every year and this annual event takes over planning and strategy for a while. After one year here, I’m ready to take on Turkey season again.
Identifying Social Media Success
What does success mean to you? Positive growth in one area month after month isn’t necessarily strategic. To understand data, you need to understand your goals, patterns and what you consider success from your social media campaign.
Confession time. Writing this blog took a lot longer than it should have. Mostly because I got swept up in scrolling through my Facebook timeline. Here’s what happened when I went to find out what Facebook thinks of me.
Instagram: Open for Businesses
We say it a lot, but we really mean it. Social presence should match your brand and target...
Refresh Your Online Space
It’s hard to believe I moved into my new house almost a year ago. I remember walking in every day for the first few months, so excited by the look and layout. After weeks of painting, organizing and decorating everything felt new and perfect. For a while.