Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2009’

Social Media Tools Week

Social Media Tools Week – Nov 16 – 20th – Over 30 speaker about social media tools and best practices. http://xeeurl.com/A01414If you tweet about it use the twitter hash tag #SMTWPlease invite your colleagues, peers, customers, friends

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Can You Segment Your Twitter Followers and What Value Does That Bring?

The matrix below was first posted on Social Media Today and was create by Ogilvy (an ad agency) for IBM. Although the original post was called “Have You Considered Segmenting Your Social Media Strategy?”, the matrix primarily speaks to how you can use Twitter and, secondarily, who you will be speaking to.

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Social selling – What does it mean in reality?

Social selling – What does it mean in reality?

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Social Media Profiles – Tips on Photos and headshots

Wendy Soucie 1987 Social Media Profiles – Tips on photos and headshots When was the last time you really looked at the picture you are using on your social media profiles?  Does it give the perception you hope for? I had been using a photo taken for a press release that was twenty years old.  It was good in its …

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1,000 Registrations for Social Media Tools Week so far

Nov. 16-20, 2009, the Social Media Tools Week will show products in action, best practices and more. The all online event serves attendees in the US, Europe and Australia/APAC. With over 1,000 registrations, already, this will be the largest social media online event of the year. Tools and best practicesWe’ll show the top reporting tools, the big 3 in networking, …

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Help With Choosing and Using Social Media Tools

by Des Walsh on October 13, 2009 A week in November dedicated to how to use social media tools for business In some recent social media workshops I’ve been struck by how much appreciation there has been when we presenters have taken some trouble to explain and demonstrate how various social media tools work. Even down to basics like how …

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The Social CRM Debate: What is it? And are the Two Terms Really Compatible?

I am not a CRM expert but a social media consultant, so I will treat myself kindly and say that I have an unbiased view on CRM (sounds better than saying I’m inexperienced). However, I do know enough to know that – using the broadest definition of the term – customer relationship management is not a bad thing. If we …

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Face to Face – or virtual connections

Just recently I was part of an interesting discussion. My friend “Joe” (name is changed by the author) just didn’t want to even know about that impersonal online world.I said:If I can’t find you on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or see anything from you on YouTube or any other places, I just don’t know anything about you. If I Google you …

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How to use time wisely for creating content

Managing your time wisely and effectively to allow yourself to write a blog, a column, a newsletter and a book review, may be easy for a seasoned journalist, but a technically focused, word-challenged, social networker needs to have other strategies in place. Fellow marketing consultant and friend Steve Gasser and wife Beth recently had a good post on their blog …

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The Social CRM Debate: What is it? And are the Two Terms Really Compatible

I am not a CRM expert but a social media consultant, so I will treat myself kindly and say that I have an unbiased view on CRM (sounds better than saying I am ignorant). However, I do know enough to know that – using the broadest definition of the term – customer relationship management is not a bad thing. If …

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