For those looking to build a career in social media, I thought I might share the story as one example of how to get a job in social media by using social media.
Social Media Blog Posts Related To YouTube
Need help solving a problem related to YouTube? Looking for the most helpful blog articles on the topic? Check out these posts created to help you navigate some of the most common challenges, problems, and opportunities in the world of YouTube.
If you don't find exactly what you're looking for, be sure to use the search feature in the top-right corner of the site. I have published more than 300 different social media blog posts, so hopefully one of them will help you solve your challenge.
Is your brand is actually engaging with your online community or just marketing to them? The following infographic provides a series of steps to determine whether you’re engaging or just yacking….
Some organizations treat social media as a part-time activity and don’t dedicate the required time and resources. Be sure that you’re not undermining the success of your social strategy by expecting employees to maintain your social channels in their “spare time”
Let’s face it, there are a ton of social media sites out there and trying to participate in all of them may spread your resources and your budget way too thin. Instead of trying to be everywhere, take some time to analyze each platform and their potential benefits and then develop and entrance plan for those that meet your needs.
I have been meaning to write this post for quite some time, but it seems as though every time I make my top 5 list of social media myths, I hear a new one that feels like it should make the list. But rather than keep pushing it off, I have decided to go ahead and publish my top 5 favorite social media myths, but I reserve the right to update the post and expand the list beyond 5 in the future. In fact, if you have an addition to the list, let me know and I’ll consider adding it.
Dairy Queen and Edge Shaving Gel have created terrible ripoff commercials based on the Old Spice Guy platform. Lame.
I recently participated in a conversation on LinkedIn entitled “Should Employees Be Allowed To Use Social Media?” in one of the social media groups where I participate. While the responses where overwhelmingly in favor of not only allowing, but encouraging employees to engage online, I was befuddled by the fact that this question even exists.
Social media doesn’t have to be hard. Just follow a few simple rules. What rule would you add? How would you help those new to social in their initial efforts?
After a fun week of watching the Old Spice guy interact with his Twitter follower via YouTube, I am saddened to see the campaign come to an end. His caring, sensitive, and often nonsensical responses offered two elements that are critical to social media: value and interaction.