Browsing All posts tagged under »social media«

why does my company need a website?

July 31, 2011

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Less than a decade ago, small and mid-size companies started to build their presence online. The large corporations were early adopters, they knew there was an important shift in communication and simply put, no website, no business. It´s a fact that in the US alone, 46% of small businesses still don´t have a website. If […]

keep it real guys…bad Twitter DM´s

July 6, 2011

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I wonder about Twitter etiquette and the courtesy messages you should send when someone follows you. I absolutely agree engagement is the way to go, but let´s talk about the quality and content of our engagement. I have noticed many direct messages (DM) in reply to my follow such as: Thanks for the follow! Please like […]

10 ways to kill your digital footprint

July 3, 2011

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I sat down with my tween the other day, and shared the bees and birds of cyberspace with him. I am so surprised at how many parents miss the enriching opportunity to let their kids know what a mistake they are making every day on social media. It´s not about whether they are social or […]

10 death traps to your social media success

July 3, 2011

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1.       Creating content that uses technical jargon and acronyms. Write in plain English. Try to make it friendly in a global way so everyone can understand. No cussing please. . 2.       Expressing your opinion. Don´t expect to go viral about what you think unless it matters/relates to others. You´re entitled to your opinion but that […]

are shrinks going out of business because of social media?

May 16, 2011

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I´ve been through some really tough times, I´m sure you have too. There were days when I couldn´t sleep I was so anxious, other days when I woke up crying, when I thought I couldn´t go on, when I had no money, when things were just plain hard as a single mom. During those times, […]

four excellent twitter analytic tools

May 14, 2011

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Social media is fairly new to me. I´ve gone from being a simple user to some sort of sponge that absorbs the knowledge of experts in this field. I want to know how this works, what makes it tick. So about three months ago I started to tweet again. At first, no one followed me […]

Social Media’s Impact on Infidelity and Divorce

May 13, 2011

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A New Jersey pastor, Reverend Cedric A. Miller, said 20 couples in his congregation of about 1,100 members have experienced marital troubles in the last six months as a result of Facebook. He urged his congregants to delete their Facebook accounts, calling the social networking website a “portal to infidelity”. Although this view of Facebook […]