Social media…it’s a whole new shift in the way we communicate, right? But are we prepared for the vast range of communication channels that are available as new social media platforms launch? As social channels promise to connect us more closely, do we run the risk that some of our friends/family might not be using […]
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Has Facebook become your modern-day soap opera? Are you sharing too much of your daily drama?
Have you ever wondered how to develop and execute a social media strategy for free? If you’re looking to “do social media” on a budget, this post is just for you!
Still trying to understand the value of social media and how it works? Grab a cup of coffee and check out this great infographic from MarketplaceMaven that explains social media through coffee.
Enjoy a little social media humor now and then? Check out my roundup of the social media comics that I created in 2012.
Just a reminder that clicking that “Like” or “Favorite” button for your own posts on the various social networks can be a little creepy…
What does it really mean to “do” social media? Does it just mean setting up a Facebook page and a Twitter account or is there a lot more to it than that?
Social media can present challenges for both teens and parents. But sometimes it offers us the “persuasive” tool that we need to get things done.
Are you willing to risk your company reputation by putting an intern in charge of your social media channels? Would you be prepared if their activities sparked a social media crisis for your company?
Ever had your Facebook or Twitter account hacked by friends or family? Maybe it was your fault for leaving your computer or mobile device unlocked.