Marketing and Social Media Posts

(page: 10)

The “Guide to Twitter Chat” Edition

Twitter Chat

If you’ve ever been on Twitter and happen to catch a bunch of tweets which seem to be a conversation and use the same #hashtag, you’ve just experienced a Twitter chat. A Twitter chat is a scheduled (typically an hour) time when a group of Tweeps get together to discuss one particular subject whether it’s […]

[Read more...]

Secrets of a Twitter Networking Guru

Twitter Networking Guru

If you’ve known me professionally for any length of time, you have likely heard me mention my good friend Heidi Massey. Massey is my Twitter coach for business and, while I may be biased, I don’t believe that there’s anyone better. I defend that position with the following two points: Using Twitter as her networking […]

[Read more...]

Scooping Up Service Business Success with Free Social Media Tools

Scoop Poop

We first met Jolene Loetscher when she served as one of our marketing and PR pros in the post, “5 Successful Marketers Reveal Their Favorite Public Relations Tools“. While interviewing Jolene for that post, we got to talking about the side business that she and her husband Nate run, DooGooders, a pet waste removal company. […]

[Read more...]

10 Things I Learned While Successfully Creating an Online Blog

Creating an Online Blog

I’ve always enjoyed using transitional times such as birthdays, anniversaries and holidays as spots to stop and reflect. New Years is an especially reflective time for me. It may be cliche’, but I find myself getting caught up in evaluating my experiences from the previous year and in setting goals for the coming one. 2010 […]

[Read more...]

5 successful marketers reveal their favorite public relations tools

Public Relations Tools

These days, there are a lot of public relations tools online; perhaps too many. Aside from the online equivalents of traditional public relations tools such as media list, editorial calendar and press release services, there are also a plethora of social media sites, a cornucopia (sorry, Thanksgiving always brings that word back into my vocabulary) […]

[Read more...]