Tag Archives: Blogging

Presentation: 10 Ways to Succeed in Social Media

I’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 traditional methods of communicating with their constituents.

Confessions of an Aspiring Social Media Superhero, Part Two

This is second and final installment of “Confessions of an Aspiring Social Media Superhero.” Part One of my Q & A with Joe Kyle was published on this blog yesterday… I met Joe Kyle for the first time in September

Confessions of an Aspiring Social Media Superhero, Part One

Rare is the day that I’m not approached by friends, colleagues or even complete strangers with questions about social media. Joe Kyle was the latter. Introduced to me last September by a mutual friend, Joe was between jobs and determined

The Cornerstone of Some of the Best Social Media Programs

Given all the attention such social media channels as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube have been getting lately, it’s easy to overlook the importance of having a good, old-fashioned blog as the cornerstone of your social media program. Sure, other social media channels may be sexier (and, frankly, easier to

Meet Me at the Intersection of Social Media and Marketing

While I’ve always believed in the principles and power of direct marketing, as soon as I started blogging in early 2004, I realized I had discovered something that could very well have a huge impact on the future of the

Retrospective: What I’ve Written about Social Media in the Last Year

While I haven’t posted much here on A New Marketing Commentator lately, I have been active in the blogosphere via Internet Marketing Strategies and Secrets, a blog that is published and written by the team at Nowspeed. I’ve written a