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How Hashtags Help Your Business

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Hashtags Help Your Business Hashtags aren’t just a Twitter thing. Now days you’ll find them on most of the other major social media sites too.  Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram and Pinterest all enable you to tag keywords and phrases which enables interests and conversations to be tracked.   As your business grows more competitive through it’s digital marketing efforts, the use of Hashtags can generate a new and effective way to create engagement and brand awareness with your target audience. When properly used Hashtags can be a powerful tool for connecting with customers.

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Graphic Illustration of Monmouth Park in Oceanport NJ from early 1900

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  Graphic of Monmouth Park in Oceanport NJ Graphic Artist: Unknown The image about is a very early drawing on the original Monmouth Park Race Track in Monmouth County, Oceanport, NJ 07757. The illustration commissioned during the grand opening of Monmouth Park originally Eatontown in 1870. It was part of a collection recently discover in the home of Frank “fredi” Manfredi local Fort Monmouth army photographer who resided in Loch Arbour, NJ. You can download the High-resolution (4000×3000) version by clicking this button.

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Images of Fort Monmouth circa 1930 from The Graphics Guy

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Early images of Fort Monmouth You can clearly see areas of Eatontown, Little Silver, Oceanport, Monmouth Beach, and Sea Bright is several of the graphic images of Fort Monmouth. The Images of the military installation were taken in the 1930’s. The installation began with the lease of a defunct Monmouth Park Racecourse (later re-opened at another site in 1946) by the Army for a training site for officers. The location near Eatontown, with rail sidings out of Hoboken and proximity to the port of Little Silver was ideal. Known temporarily as Camp Little Silver, it was renamed Camp Alfred Vail shortly after in September 1917. The Chief Signal Officer authorized the purchase of Camp Vail in 1919. The Signal Corps School relocated to Camp Vail from Fort Leavenworth that year. The Signal Corps Board followed in 1924. In August 1925 the…

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Great Local Graphics Artist in Loch Arbor NJ

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Robert Hazelrigg – The Graphics Guy designs compelling brand experiences that elevate and differentiate our small business clients in the competitive marketplace. His knowledge and expertise in strategy, marketing, branding, web, print, advertising and promotions ensure your communications succeed at every audience interaction. He thinks strategically, research exhaustively and design innovatively to give you distinctive, cutting-edge brand experiences that inspire, without the common “everything but the kitchen sink” cost structure of other design firms. Specialties include: Social Media Marketing, Advertisement Design, Annual Reports, Billboards, Book Design, Branding Development, Brochures, Catalog Design, Corporate Identity, Direct Mail Design and Production, E-Mail Design and HTML Templates, Facebook Page Designs, Flyers, Landing Pages, Logo Design, Magazine Layouts, Mobile Website Design, Packaging Design, Photo Editing, Photo Restoration, Point of Sale Design, Poster Design, Print Design, Print Production, Sign Design, T Shirt Design, Trade Show Design,…

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