Daily Archives: June 3, 2013

Is Facebook A Waste Of Time For Marketers?

Some say Facebook is a waste of time for marketers. In my opinion, for many it is, but that’s not alone Facebook’s fault. What do you think?

Small Business: Success Using The Internet And Social Media – Infographic

The Internet is a very important and powerful source of revenue growth that some small business owners ares still wary of how to embrace it. Continue reading

How To Manage A Social Media Crisis – Infographic

Hopefully you’re reading this before you need it. Life is so much easier when you’re prepared isn’t it? This post is intended to help you see a crisis coming and have the tools in place to assist. Continue reading

New York City Impressions – Skyline And Brooklyn Bridge

Blender NYC 5d97461cca1d11e281d622000a1f975c_7New York City Impressions | The picture shows Brooklyn Bridge taken from Brooklyn Bridge Park and a shot taken from the Brooklyn Promenade showing the NYC skyline. The pictures were taken with an iPhone 4S and have been edited with Instagram, Be Funky filters. The blender is InstaBlend. For more photos visit Instagram.

The Anatomy Of Content Marketing – Infographic

Content marketing is a way of creating and sharing content to promote ideas, engage targeted audiences and encourage them to take action. It’s an integrated approach to marketing, with quality content at its heart. Just as the heart powers the body, content powers online marketing success. Quality content in the form of blogs, social media posts, search-optimized articles and so on is a driving factor in attracting new customers and building brand loyalty. Continue reading

5 Ways CEOs Can Be Interesting on Twitter

Get ready for this stat, marketers, because it’s going to blow you out of the water: Only 18% of Fortune 500 CEOs are on Twitter. Put another way — 82% of Fortune 500 CEOs are missing out on the opportunity to lend an authentic voice to their brand, share product news, and hear from customers.  Continue reading

Social Media: How Senior Citizens Interact – Infographic

Seniors in general are grossly underestimated in social media. Those that are 65+ are living longer, more active, and are increasingly literate. Continue reading