As you probably know, we’re pretty active tweeters here at Resonance, and each Friday I give a rundown of cool content I’ve shared on Twitter throughout the week.
Today’s video is the first in a series I like to call “Help for Blogophobes.” If you get that deer-in-the-headlights look when anyone tells you your business needs a blog, we’ve got some tips and tools to get you live in the blogosphere with no muss and no fuss.
Prospective client: “Oh, we don’t do social media.”
When you first start using Twitter, your feed of tweets is a pretty straightforward affair. You’ve got your friends in there, some clients and business contacts, an occasional favorite blogger or guru.
A couple of months ago, I came across the following question on Quora from a small business owner: “I have a Facebook page for my company—do I still need a website?”
If you still think you need a sexy product or service to succeed in social media, let me introduce you to some of Web 2.0's most social … accountants.
T. S. Eliot described April as “the cruelest month,” and many of us taxpayers are inclined to agree, but for many industries, this is a golden time of the year. We’ve long since shaken off the shock of the new year and are ready to roll up our sleeves and get cranking before the summer doldrums come a-knockin’.
Has your organization leveraged its social media presence to recruit new talent or improve employee relations? Now’s your chance to brag about it!
Remember what happened when you were a kid and and you got anxious about walking into a new school, a new club, a new sports team?
Ever notice that some of your blog posts, Facebook posts, emails, and tweets catch on like wildfire while some others fall flat, regardless of the content?
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