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On 100 Things to Tweet About Besides Yourself!

Amen Warren! Words of truth is what you speak. The questions, begging for help is there on the social platforms waiting for those who have a relationship or are interested in building an authentic one to step in and truly help. 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On There's No Social Media "Easy" Button

Gina - you speak words of truth. It is the 1:1 aspect of the medium that many do not grasp. They hold on to what they know which is pushing sales, ads etc. 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On There's No Social Media "Easy" Button

Thanks Zohare! Glad you liked it. You're tops in my book too. So glad we got to meet face to face. Looking forward to the next #SocialMediaTapas event! 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On There's No Social Media "Easy" Button

You're so right Robin. We'll never stop speaking these words. 

Humanization and empowerment truly is the foundation of success. 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On 5 Ways to Grow Your Business with Facebook

Glad you liked it Shell! 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On Social Media for Business: Do You Really Know Your Audience?

Pleasure, Coffy Group. Glad you liked it. 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On Social Media for Business: Do You Really Know Your Audience?

Love the first data analogy Gareth. Your words speak truth. 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On Social Media ROI: You Get What You Give Without Expectation

Thanks for the book recommendation DDavidovic. I will check it out. 

 

 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On 5 Golden Rules to Keep Children Safe on Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

I agree with you A. Swiss. I think the importance of the "tell me" is to encourage your child to open up the lines of communication with you as a parent.  We have open conversation with our kids and at this point (teen and younger) that they are sharing what sites they visit.  We work with them as partners.

However, I also agree with you that we must be involved. Depending on them to "tell us" is not a solution by itself. It's only one of many things that we need to do as we take an active role in ensuring our kids are safe online. 

 

July 15, 2013    View Comment    

On Content Marketing: Are You Sharing Your Best Stuff?

Thanks Ash. Glad you liked it! Came from the heart ;) 

May 8, 2013    View Comment    

On How to Have a Twitterchat or Tweetchat

Roxanne - just want to clarify that registering with Twubs is not an official Twitter hashtag registration. Twubs is only one of many tools people use to filter tweets for tweet chats. I host #GetRealChat on Tues nights. We use tweetchat.com and are working on some tools and platforms for chats as well. 

Hashtag.org use to be popular for registration. However, there is no "official" registration process required or truly offered for hashtags that I know of.

 

Best of luck to you on your chats. 

March 24, 2013    View Comment    

On 20 Tips to Humanize Your Brand

Yes, I think many brands confuse transparency with not being professional. They are to very different things. Being human is what leads to confidence in who you are, what your brand represents etc.

I also believe being humble is key and have experienced first hand with our own brand and after selling our first agency, being very humble as we built the next has helped us grow tremendously. When you share along the way it is then your community who also helps build you. 

Yes, good point about having a brand guide with tone etc. It shouldn't just be for the social team. For a brand to succeed they must know who they are from the inside out. We work with our clients on all of these things helping them further refine their brand, developing online brand personas, taking their offline brand online etc. For brands who have let their "brand go" a bit they are almost starting at square one again and are going back to rethink who and what they are. It can deliver such great results if they put the right focused effort into it. 

February 16, 2013    View Comment    
 
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