Category Archives: YouTube

10 Types of Visuals to Boost Your Social Media Engagement

Send to KindleAs a writer by trade, it’s not easy for me to utter these words, but I’m not going to lie: On social media, a picture is worth a thousand words. It’s true. Content

If We’re Talking about Social Media, We’re Talking about a Revolution

Send to KindleThanks to the crazy amount of time I spend talking to others about blogs, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and the like, I’ve had plenty of opportunities to hear practically every reason in the book

A Few Words with Victoria Smith about Music, Social Media and More

Send to KindleShe’s a prolific songwriter and an incredibly passionate vocalist, a self-proclaimed “rock chick” with a warm, hungry heart. She’s as bold as she is sensitive, as rugged as she is tender. She’s Victoria

Presentation: 10 Ways to Succeed in Social Media

Send to KindleI’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… Social media isn’t rocket science, but it is a big departure for businesses, nonprofit organizations, brands and institutions that have been historically dependent on

The Picture of New Marketing — Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates

Send to KindleI’ve been seeing the same physician in the same building in Wellesley for more than 20 years. And I’ve been happy — very happy — with the healthcare he and his colleagues have

My Blog Post on Video Series: 10 Ways to Succeed as a Copywriter

Send to KindleIf you’re a content creator like me, someone who goes to great lengths to share your own knowledge and opinions via social media, you know how important it is to get the most

Talking about Social Media at the Sudbury Social Tweetup

Send to KindleI was very happy to co-host — along with Phil Hollows — the eighth Sudbury Social Tweetup last week. Phil and I started this series of networking events for people who are interested

The Power of Social Media

Send to KindleAnyone who knows me knows how much I believe in the power of social media. Ever since I started blogging in 2004, I’ve been hooked on the public, open-ended dialogue that takes place

50 Reasons Why People Use Social Media

Send to KindleSince I included a list of 50 reasons why people don’t use social media in my most recent post, I thought it only made sense to follow up with a similar list, only