I’m attempting to counter some Social Media advice coming largely from the people that call themselves marketers. I would be one of those people.
I came across a great article by Nichole Kelly at the Social Media Explorer called “How data hype is destroying your Social Media ROI”.
Do you really care how many followers you have or do you care about the experiences you (or your customers) are going to have in life?
In May 1965 The Rolling Stones recorded “Satisfaction”. Even then Mick and Keith were expressing something of a dissatisfaction with the advertising of the day.
If you, like many of your peers have viewed Social Media platforms as a place to “sell product” then you are at the wrong party!
How do you leave your “John Henry” online? Establishing and maintaining your identity is absolutely essential.For some reason, people seem to overlook this simple practice.
There comes a time in every business owners life that change must be embraced. You thought you had changed by putting up a website.
Not everyone uses both Twitter and Facebook, but if you happen to be using both platforms on a regular basis let me suggest some tips.
From a pure design perspective, a computer icon is used to help us navigate computer systems with whatever device we happen to be using.
Scott Stratten amuses me. There are plenty of social media stars out there, but in little old humble Canada the one they call “Guru” is Scott…