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On Four Brands Using Instagram Really Well

And I'll answer your second question. Most organizations, even if they no longer provide phones for their employees, will give you a stipend for your own phone in order to use these tools. I'd ask your employer for options.

October 20, 2012    View Comment    

On Politicians Trying to Control What Is Said Online

Totally agree! A good lesson business leaders can use, too.

February 10, 2012    View Comment    

On How to Make Your Content Go Viral

Ha! You're exactly right. Thanks for sharing, Warren!

February 8, 2012    View Comment    

On Measuring Results at the Enterprise Level

If you can do that AND make it measurable to cold, hard cash, I will tell everyone about you.

December 9, 2011    View Comment    

On Measuring Results at the Enterprise Level

Hey Tammy! I think people are happy with individual tools, like yours. But not the companies who say they do it all. We definitely see the value in MarketMeSuite, but it's only one tool in measuring effectiveness. You still have to use web analytics, a content management system, and a customer relationship management software in order to measure ROI, as it relates to dollars and cents.

December 9, 2011    View Comment    

On Politicians Trying to Control What Is Said Online

I'm seriously thinking about! I'm calling it the Moron Awards, though. Not as PC.

November 30, 2011    View Comment    

On Politicians Trying to Control What Is Said Online

There really should be a Hall of (Moronic) Fame! 

November 30, 2011    View Comment    

On Get Your Blue Key In Support of World Refugee Day

It's a pretty important conversation to keep alive. We all rush to help emergency victims, but the more "grassroots" (for lack of a better term) victims need help, too. Thanks for the additional information on where we can get involved.

May 19, 2011    View Comment    

On Building Your Online Community

I LOVE this comment Nick for two reasons: You quoted John W. Nordstrom, but mostly because I was having this very debate with Mitch Joel yesterday. After I wrote this, he blogged that it's not about the comments and some bloggers write just to write. Which I get. But if you're trying to build community as one of your blogging goals, it definitely is a together scenario. 

April 7, 2011    View Comment    

On Building Your Online Community

Hi Monique! I guess it depends on the blogger or tweeter. I know it's difficult for me to find new people to interact with on Twitter, but if you tweet me first, you can guarantee I'll respond. When I started out, I found people that were integral to our business and found a common language in order to approach them. It was a little intimidating at first, but it really worked. Some bloggers won't take the time and some will...just depends on their individual goals. My advice is to not be afraid to approach someone because they have lots of followers and find people whose thinking you like. I promise, in return, they'll want to learn more about you. 

April 7, 2011    View Comment    

On Building Your Online Community

Completely agree, Angela! We actually have set up goals in Google analytics around our visitors and, because I'm a stats geek, LOVE to see the movement. Really like the additions you've made to the original recommendations.

April 5, 2011    View Comment    

On Building Your Online Community

Glad it was helpful, Pervara!

April 5, 2011    View Comment    
 
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