5 Easy Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Digital Touchpoints in 2023

While we prepare for another incredible season in Martha’s Vineyard, we want to help you with one of the most important marketing initiatives you’ll perform all year: spring cleaning your digital touchpoints.

Just like the junk in your trunk (literally in this case) or the guest bedroom closet, your social media accounts can get a little rusty and even affect your SEO (and not for the better). Not to worry, though – we will walk you through several easy steps to take to ensure your digital content is crisp for summer. Here are five practical ways to freshen up your digital footprint and have a blossoming impact in your community (see what we did there?).

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Marnely Murray and Angela Prout teamed up to create Shored Up Digital after meeting many local business owners who were overwhelmed with their digital marketing initiatives. Marnely and Angela realized that they could leverage their skills and experience to provide businesses with the tools and resources necessary to bring their online presence to the next level. As more and more people frequent Martha's Vineyard, Island businesses are growing, and their to-do lists are too.

Many business owners recognize that they can increase sales and improve their customer relationships by being more active online, but they don't know where to start, or where exactly to focus their attention. That's where  Shored Up Digital comes in.

Both washashores, Marnely and Angela have collectively called Martha's Vineyard home for over ten years. They bring both on and off-Island marketing experience, and the ability to understand the needs of small business owners as well as the wants of their diverse customers. With an exceptional level of enthusiasm, dedication, and a collaborative approach, Shored Up Digital is the effective solution for Island clients that want to better connect with their audience online.