A Web seminar in Royal Oak will help to teach businesses about the use of social media. “You CAN Measure Social Media: True Tales from the Social Media Measurement Trenches” is being hosted by the Detroit chapter of the International Association of Business Communications. Read More
Twitter ruffled a few more journalistic feathers this week when American Idol judge Paula Abdul became the latest household name to usurp the breaking news power of traditional media by making a big announcement on the social networking site. Read More
Social Media Marketing Colombia Interview I'm doing a keynote seminar on Implementing and Integrating Social Media in Bogota Colombia for a marketing congress on September 27th. As a professional speaker this is one of my favorite parts of the job, getting to share my ideas and passions with people from all over the world. The seminar company Read More
The culture war over social media is raging out of control. In the latest conflagration, Vincent Nichols, the new Archbishop of Westminster, launched a vitriolic attack on the unnaturalness of social media. Read More
Businesses need strong people skills to be able to find the right social media strategy. When your questions do not get the answers you need, your perspective is wrong. This is fundamental in cross-cultural communication. And this is why these 7 cross-cultural communication tips can help you to develop strong social media skills. Read More
Social Media offers many businesses and organizations a unique platform to promote their cause. But as we have seen with a bunch of campaigns recently some companies are choosing to abuse their twitter profile and social media presence with spammy twitter marketing campaigns. Read More
NING is a wonderful, easy-to-use, resource for creating your world for your audience to share, connect, participate, collaborate. Oh. Did I mention it's free? The post shares 5 reasons you should use it. Read More
Making Time for Social Marketing Read More
The future of e-commerce is "social commerce" as online shoppers, particularly younger generations, are heavily influenced by social media and Web 2.0 technologies, according to Hill & Knowlton's Future of Commerce report. The report, which surveyed 600 US adults, found social media is "Word of Mouth 2.0" for younger generations, with youths Read More
Sure, online social media and social networking are popular, but they don't mimic the way we naturally interact. Why use Facebook or Twitter to tell friends what you are doing at the moment, when you can directly show them what you are doing and where you are doing it? Read More
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