All Posts by Alex McIntire

Alex McIntire

Alex is a content specialist and market development manager for VantagePoint. A graduate of St. Michael’s College with a degree in journalism, Alex has several years of experience in the world of PR account management. Like any good native New Englander, Alex is also a self-avowed Red Sox and Patriots fan.

Social Media Lead Generation: Is It For Real?

Claims of lead generation through social media tend to conjure the same questions and disbelief that one gets when watching a late-night infomercial: “Does that really work? There’s no way that works.”

Lessons from the Top 10 QSR Twitter Accounts

Though Twitter is vast, several QSR brands have harnessed its power. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a number of chains establish themselves as industry leaders and innovators on the platform. Here’s what we can take away from the top 10 QSR social media accounts.

8 reasons you should expect to see even more social media live streaming in 2018

Today’s online media, namely social media, is just beginning to hit its stride with live content. These statistics show that social media is not only worth the investment but also why we’ll be seeing much more of it in the near future.

New to Content Marketing? 5 Questions You’ve Been Afraid to Ask

If your head is reeling over the world of content marketing, don’t shy away from asking what may feel like silly questions. They’re important, and you wouldn’t be the first, or even 10th, to ask them. Here are answers to five of the most common questions we hear from clients .

Keep on (Food) Truck’n | What’s driving the growing food truck trend

What may have started as a trend is a full-fledged movement as the food truck market approaches $2.7 billion by the end of 2017. What’s driving these mobile eateries to such heights is not really all that surprising, or that different from what has always drawn consumers to restaurants.

8 Social Media Tips from a 2-Year-Old

If you’re trying to better your social media skills, there’s no reason to run out and buy a “Social Media for Dummies”-style book or pay to attend evening classes. Instead, turn to some of life’s most basic lessons, the ones I find myself repeating to my 2-year-old day in and day out.

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