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It only takes 10% to start a movement in Social Media

August 31, 2011

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Business blogging and social media can be effective in helping products or services find an audience to generate conversations. Business blogging is the hub of any social media campaign. Yet, how do you move large segments of the population to evangelize your product or service like a preacher can move a congregation? Scientists at Rensselaer […]

It matters what you say in business blogging and social media

July 26, 2011

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It’s interesting how many people think that what they say in the big conversation either is or should be exempt from consideration when big decisions are being made – like the decision to hire you or contract your firm. Setting aside politics for a moment, simple emotional outbursts like this have great impact:

20 Common Business Blogging Mistakes

July 6, 2011

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Business Blogging is an effective way to communicate to your audience. It can also be the tool that can help your social media campaign as the hub. You may even consider hiring a ghost blogging service to write your content for you. New corporate and small business bloggers have a steep learning curve. But it’s […]

Social media experts – You don’t join a gym if you want to play golf

June 9, 2011

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Are you talking to a social media expert? In social media marketing, it is important to understand the audience you are trying reach. It’s also important to understand that if golfers are the market you are targeting, your chances of finding them at the gym may be limited to 1/10. There are three major types […]

Social media campaigns and charitable giving

April 29, 2011

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Ever think of charity as a means to run a social media campaign? SocialVibe allows companies to be charitable by using a social media campaign to get word. It can combine using Twitter and a Business Blog for spreading the word about your favorite charity. At the same time, giving you positive brand exposure. A couple […]