#myybccup Promotion!

One of the most difficult things for a small business to do is to get their name out there while staying within the confines of a budget. With Your Brand Café’s custom-printed cups and sleeves, your customers can market for you through word-of-mouth, as well as through social media. Having a strong social media presence […]

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#WhatIsAHashtag? #HowDoIUseIt? #AreTheyEvenImportant?

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For those of us who weren’t born with an iPhone in our hands, we can remember the good ol’ days when a hashtag was actually a pound sign or number sign. Fast-forward to 2006 when Twitter was born, which breathed new life into the pound sign, now known as the hashtag. Twitter’s interface allowed users […]

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Customer Spotlight – Milk and Honey

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There are few things in this world better than a big bowl (or cone depending how well you handle sticky fingers) of ice cream. Some things that come to mind are seeing your favorite band live, listening to a baby giggle, a pile of puppies attacking your face with kisses, and gelato, ice cream’s Italian […]

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Social Media and Coffee Culture: Utilizing Your Customers

In our previous post, we looked at the ways social media has changed coffee culture in our society. Indeed, as the use of social media has increased over the years, so has the popularity of coffee as a gourmet specialty drink to be experienced and savored rather than a basic necessity to keep tired people […]

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Holiday Joy in Cup Form

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After one of the longest and hottest summers in recent history, it seems as though fall has finally arrived.  For the moment, everyone is enjoying cooler weather, crisp nights, and pumpkin everything, but in just a few weeks, they will be fixing their eyes on the next exciting season: the holiday season.    The holiday […]

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Customer Spotlight – Wilbur and Rudy’s

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Being a great coffee shop isn’t just about the strength of your espresso or the number of designs your baristas can pour into a latte. What makes a great coffee shop great is the way the staff and environment create a hub for the community to gather while devising the next great business venture, brainstorming […]

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Social Media and Coffee Culture: A Brief Background

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In the 1970s, it was difficult to find what we now consider “specialty coffee.” Coffee most often came in a can and was bought at the store. People drank coffee out of habit, and out of necessity for those who were not “naturally” morning people but needed to be for the sake of early work […]

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