Managing social media continues to be an ever-increasingly important aspect of any successful Internet marketing strategy. With all of the different avenues of approach (Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest and Twitter just to name a few) it can sometimes be complicated and time-consuming to acclimate employees to when they’re supposed to post, where and what to say. [...]
The proposed Internet blackout of January 18th, 2012 wasn’t necessarily a threat made by the major players in the online arena: Amazon, Facebook, Google, Etc. Moreover it was the concept of a silent protest. It was a sit-in. A week later, we now know that it wasn’t going to come to fruition exactly as outlined. Sure, Google blacked [...]
From the start the lines have been clear to me. Facebook for family and friends; Linkedin for business associates (which occasionally included a friend who I was also connected with on a business level). I wouldn’t “friend” anyone on Facebook with whom I wasn’t “friendly” with in my personal life and I didn’t “connect” on [...]
or those of us that are in the Internet marketing arena we must help our clients establish appropriate ROI goals for their social media programs. We are asking them to invest their valuable time and energy, and they have to understand the goals, objectives, and return.
Great article by Kyla Thompson… a Public Relations, Public Affairs Consultant in Albuquerque, NM with whom I’ve had the pleasure of working to support the needs of a client in the health sciences industry.
Today it’s a world of texting, talking by Kyla Thompson