Welcome to 2015: Upcoming, Networking, Sharing

1157387_747108612035985_8288417475424133229_n2015 is starting out on an exciting foot. Not only has Sandler & Wald Social Media recently added to its team, but we have exciting developments still coming. Details soon!

In the meantime, we’ve been catching up on some of our favorite sites, tuned-in bloggers, and trendsetters. We’ve curated a few for you below.

Sum It Up Lacrosse had a fantastic 2014, and there’s more to come in the new year! Winter clinics are going on NOW, and check back soon for the popular summer camp for New Jersey!

Everyone at SWSM is excited for the upcoming release of the second book in The Chronicles of Claudette series from Jorge Aguirre and Rafael Rosado. DRAGONS BEWARE! continues the adventures begun in GIANTS BEWARE! with a closer look at character background, relationships, and high adventure. We look forward to reviewing this young adult graphic novel for our readers soon! Take a moment to look-back at this Giants Beware! review.

If more realistic fiction is what you’re looking for to get you through winter’s cold and grey, check out Ms. Mary Mack’s current giveaway of Ravi Howard’s new novel, DRIVING THE KING. Just leave a comment on the blog post for a chance to receive one of two copies from this acclaimed author.

Nicole Blades, the prolific writer behind Ms. Mary Mack, also has something for the techie parent in all of us. Check out her post about the free ENDLESS WORDPLAY app over at Cool Mom Tech.

It’s always a pleasure to discover new and original voices in The Blogosphere. A relatively new blog on the scene deals with math, politics, and the occasional social commentary. We’ve been interested in the math posts recently. Especially the ones using digital sales of The Interview to make Algebra relevant all over again. No matter how you feel about Common Core Math, you’ll want to bookmark Sense Made Here.

HubSpot is a great resource for staying informed and reevaluating content in the social media sphere. But we know that information aimed at different geographic demographics — not to mention small business rather than large corporations — needs a personal take. This post from April of 2014 is very interesting, as it incorporates Pinterest. However, we are continually working on an updated approach to make 2015 even more effective for our clients. 2015 is looking great!

What have you been catching up on as you start 2015? Let us know in comments — with links!


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