Social Media Comic: The Technophobe

You know them…the people who dismiss any new technology as “new-fangled” or “silly”. They didn’t want email addresses, they were terrified to engage in e-Commerce, and now they dismiss social media as just something that kids do. Enjoy the new social media comic about technophobes.

Should We Expect Health Care Professionals To Post And Tweet?

Doctors aren’t necessarily embracing social media as a way to engage with their patients and share their knowledge and experience. In these busy days of health care, though…do we really want them to?

[Comic] Why Are We On Facebook?

Engaging in social media isn’t easy. Before jumping in and building channels, think through what you want to accomplish and what your customers need from you.

[COMIC] Who Is Running Your Social Media Channels? Is It Your Intern?

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?

What Do Your Social Media Updates Say About You?

Are your social media status updates turning your friends off? Take a moment to look at your updates from their POV and see why others might be unfriending or unsubscribing from your updates.

Can Social Media Disrupt Your Life Or Career? 5 Tips For Managing The Timesink

Do you let social media distract you from your career deliverables or from your real-life relationships? Here are a few tips to avoid the timesink.

Are You A Social Media Channel Changer?

Do you take the time to really learn about the various social media channels or are you just surfing from Facebook to Twitter to Pinterest?

Social Media Comic: The Social Media Timesink

Do you let the timesink of online channels like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest take you away from your real life? How do you avoid getting “sucked in” to hour of online engagement?

10 Questions You Should Ask Your Social Media Consultant, Expert, Guru or Wizard

Finding a social media professional to help you with your online activities can sometimes be a tough process. There are plenty of “experts”, “gurus” and “wizards” out there and many of them don’t have the experience you need. Hopefully, these 1o questions can help you in the process of finding someone who really understands your business and can help formulate and execute a plan to engage with your community online.