Today’s marketing and blogging is an extrovert’s game. Don’t get left behind.
When my uncle passed away recently I decided to setup a memorial Facebook Group for him. A combination of media elements in Facebook Groups lets you build a full picture of the person you are memorializing. See what I built.
I share some of my learnings and key take-aways from the SES Chicago conference (#SESchi). SEO, authorship, SEM / Paid search, B2B social media.
Downhearted that your friends don’t like your Facebook page? Take action!
I sit down with Hal Werner to discuss pros and cons of the leading social media power tools for professionals – HootSuite and Tweetdeck.
Don’t be lazy – anyone can create / repurpose content. You might have a content chest you can tear open right now and get a jumpstart.
The complete guide to separating your personal and business Facebook world with strategies and tools.
There’s talk about what works and what really works when it comes to promoting yourself online. Hal Werner and I talk about SEO, Twitter, and resume strategies that get you noticed and stuff your wallet.
What’s Klout, how does it work, and real-world examples of manipulating it to your advantage. Hal Werner and I talk about how it works with Twitter and other services. We explore how complex this one-number metric can be.
Feeling like starting a blog? Have a business that needs a blog to get traffic to your main site? Here are a few sites that I found useful on my blogging journey…
Armed with an iPhone and Twitter, I had the tools to bring Kerouac’s true vision of improvisational storytelling to life – in real time.
There is a LOT of competition for peoples’ time. Social media forces you to think small. It FORCES distillation.
With Facebook reaching 300 million users and now making money, is Web 2.0 saved?
First impressions using Twitter – how it’s different than Facebook status, and why it appeals to the voyeur in all of us.
Blog post about Web comments and the new Facebook Connect authentication.