Are you managing social media for your business? Do you pay attention to the trends happening across the social web? If so, you already know how the rules and landscape of social media marketing are always changing.
A member of the Chamber of Commerce Professionals Group on Facebook asked about two topics facing Chambers today – print and video: I have two questions: (1) Do you do an annual printed Chamber of Commerce Directory?
Do you blog regularly? Are you looking for tools to make the process easier? Blogging is hard work and it takes a lot of time to do it well. Wouldn’t it be great if you could streamline parts of that process?
Are you familiar with Twitter chats? Wondering how Twitter chats can help market your business? To learn more about Twitter chats and what they can mean for your business, I interview Pam Moore for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.
A member in the Chamber of Commerce Professionals Group on Facebook asked: How many of you have volunteers helping in your office with day to day task? How did you acquire their help? Newspaper ad, FB, etc.?
When I talk about storytelling I get a lot of head nodding and then I’m inevitably asked, “How?” A post from one of the members of the Chamber of Commerce Professionals Group on Facebook reminded me of this when he asked: Everyone, what’s your story?
A member of the Chamber of Commerce Professionals Group on Facebook asked: Does anyone have a job opening site that works for you that we can check out? How do you get your larger employers to participate?
Are Facebook ads a core part of your social media tactics? Are you ready to build a raving fan base that reads your articles and buys your products? The truth is that with the right tools, no advertising can match the impact of Facebook.
Yesterday we featured some tips on when to begin marketing your chamber seminar, from that sprung the idea that spending all of your time on a seminar is great but just because the seminar is over does not mean your use of it is, or your marketing...
Do you use visuals to market your business? Are you wondering how you can tell a story with visuals? To learn how your business can benefit from visual storytelling, I interview Ekaterina Walter for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.
In the Chamber of Commerce Professionals Group on Facebook a secret leaked out. It’s not really a secret, it’s just so obvious that many chambers forget to do it. You do it when you’re looking for a job.
Do you use your smartphone to carry out your social media marketing while you’re away from your desk? Are you looking for apps to make you more productive? Finding apps to help us perform our day-to-day tasks has become more important than ever.
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