When you’re out in public, there are some stereotypes that are pretty easy to spot. For example: the sports enthusiast. Odds are, that this stereotypical personality will be wearing their team’s jersey, spouting off statistics, and rubbing last night’s game
Really – who has time to keep up with all of that social media networking these days? Is it really that important? Well, good news and bad news, folks. Here’s the Bad News about Social Media Networking: It takes time.
Question for you: when was the last time you logged in to LinkedIn? When’s the last time you took some time to do some networking? No matter what your answer was (unless it’s “15 minutes ago!”), it’s time to log
First off, being a noob isn’t a terrible thing. Unless you were born as an adult, we all start as newbies in one thing or another. And since there isn’t an accelerated growth formula (or even a super-hero generating formula,
In any industry, there gets to be some pretty strange jargon. Well, in the online world, one such phrase is: Building a Tribe. Despite the images that it evokes, we’re not going to go compete on Survivor or learn to spearfish.
Let’s be honest: there are a thousand reasons that you ought to hire a social media manager. However, each of those reasons can be placed in one of three distinct categories. Are you ready? Let’s go! 1. Social Media Managers
We talked about some of the basics of social media in our Social Media 101 and 102 posts. Even so, why is it that so few small businesses are diving into social media? Last time I checked, there was no code