Are you listening? Are you really listening? I’ve mentioned it a few times before: treat social media more like a telephone and less like a megaphone. However, some might not know how or where to listen. This is important because you want to know what’s being said about you and where are they saying it. You’ll also want to know how … Continue reading Social Media Listening Tools That Everyone Should Be Using
543. That's how many digital communication channels I manage right now. Between email, social media, and online advertising for my businesses, organizations I work/volunteer for, my clients, and my personal use, that's 543 different accounts, login authentications, areas to send/receive messages, or even places to have a potential communications crisis. I know some people with far … Continue reading 5 Strategies for Managing Multiple Social Media Marketing Channels
Ever see someone completely out of place trying to fit in? That is the set up for most comedies: the standard fish out-of-water scenario where someone is obviously out of their realm. If you look at online marketing, you won't have to go very far before you see this happening. Social media has its own … Continue reading Unspoken Rules of Social Media
How often should I post on Facebook? How often should I tweet? How many videos should I upload to YouTube a month? It's interesting that more people ask about the quantity of their social media posts rather than the quality of that content. Sometimes, that's difficult to manage. One of the organizations that I … Continue reading How Often Should You Post on Facebook or Tweet?
The world’s leading global communication and measurement company, Nielsen, just released their newest report, State of the Media: The Social Media Report 2012. While the continued growth of social media is no surprise, there are several new trends that you should be aware of. First, there is the idea of “the global living room” or “social tv.” … Continue reading Lessons From the Nielsen Social Media Report