Articles Tagged “social media”

  • The Bees are not for the birds

    In the world of continually evolving award genres, along comes The Bees Awards, recognizing the best social media marketing practices. As with all things social media, these awards were not contained within any borders but…

  • Twitter knew but no one could tell

    Anyone who was watching television knows how the news about Osama bin Laden’s demise filtered out. First there was the announcement on the crawl that the President was about to address the Nation on an…

  • Authenticity Overtakes Facade

    In today’s blog by Seth Godin, he is writing about a societal trend that is/has changed because of social media… Visit Seth’s Blog I believe the point here is that your reputation is your brand,…

  • Software Tech: the Future of Tech Support

    Software Tech: the Future of Tech Support Patrick Strahan is an IT professional and freelance blogger. He writes about such things as the latest help desk software on the market. When he’s not busy blogging…

  • Everywhere you already are

    Perhaps one day your Visa credit card will be an image on your smart phone but for now Visa wants to tie your card to mobile marketing. In the world of social media marketing it’s…

  • It’s All About The Images

    Images make everything online better. And that’s a good thing, considering how several big shifts in the social media world are now placing a bigger emphasis on using high-quality photos in content. So how much…

  • Customer service via social media

    By Tweet or by Facebook wall, customers are highly likely to share their likes and dislikes in the social media space. Consequently, brands, big and small, want to manage the conversation and respond to issues…

  • Social media for dinner

    Marmite is a British, sandwich spread, originally made from the yeast extract by-product from brewing beer. But the word is of French origin, referring to a clay cooking pot of bygone days. In the French…

  • A quirky thought or two

    It is said that mice have personalities just like people do, and the challenge to every brand is to market to these various mice personalities. If you’ve ever trapped a mouse you might consider how…

  • CMO Guide to Inbound Marketing

    The role of the CMO is to position the company to drive revenue. Buyers put down their “anti-marketing” shields when they are seeking information or passively looking to be entertained or educated. With Inbound Marketing,…