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Rethinking SEO part of the #smchat #contentseries

October 23, 2017 by

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Join the #smchat #contentseries w/ domain.me CMO Natasa Djukanovic WEDS 10/25/17 1pmEDT

Getting Started on Pinterest. It’s #smchat #contentseries 9/27 1pET

September 26, 2017 by

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Nothing sparks the interest of a creative person like a new idea, especially if there’s a visual connection. A strong image, a visual metaphor if you will, can be a powerful catalyst, a great source of inspiration. We see an image. It sparks a new thought. If we’re paying attention, great things happen. It’s true inception, […]

Social Media In The News

August 8, 2017 by

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“Whatcha reading?” It’s a question posed by many authors on social media, but it’s also a great way to gather customer insights. By getting that single question answered, you can determine what’s important to your target audience, if you pay attention to what they are reading (and writing about). For example, the daily calendar from […]

#smchat is 8 .. so it’s time for some cheer .. and our annual social media check-in

May 30, 2017 by

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Our #smchat community turned 8 years old last week. It’s a perfect time to spread a little Twitter Chat cheer. Let’s compare notes on the path behind us and the path ahead. Q1. On #socialmedia investments. Is your overall time expanding, contracting, or flat? What are the drivers? Q2. On #socialmedia change. How have your interactions […]

Talk WITH Us, Not AT Us: #SMChat/#SoloPR Combo

January 6, 2017 by

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We’re starting off 2017 by doing a combo chat with #SMChat and #SoloPR. We would love your feedback and insights as well. Please join us and be sure to tag your Tweets with both hashtags! During a recent #SoloPR Twitter chat, host Karen Swim asked, “What areas/skills do you want to learn/improve in 2017?” Proactive […]

2016 Marketing Trends and 2017 Predictions

December 12, 2016 by

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It’s December, so time for a recap of the marketing trends from 2016 and time to make some predictions for what will work in 2017. I was reading the most popular marketing categories for 2016 in Target Marketing magazine and their top 10 included: 10. Content Marketing 9. Search 8. B-to-B 7. Online Marketing 6. […]

A Writer’s Community: Finding Centers and Edges on the Road to Common Ground

November 30, 2016 by

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Most writer’s would acknowledge the importance of their words.  In today’s web-focused, media-rich  world, you can add pictures and videos to the list, and repackage it all as content.  But the issues of focus and priority remain: Our words and our content are how we engage in the 21st centrury; it’s how we deliver our […]