Tag Archives: Facebook

10 Ways Brands Can Use Facebook Live

It was only a matter of time. On the heels of Periscope’s wildly successful run as pretty much the only game in town over the course of the last year or so, Facebook has finally released its

Workshop: How to Use Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook

Given how common it is today for businesses and brands to use social media, more people than ever not only want, but need to know the ins and outs of Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and the like. It’s

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

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

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

Social Media: It’s Personal

Don’t tell me social media isn’t personal. Sure, it’s not the same thing as actually sitting down and talking to someone in person, face-to-face. But it’s often the next best thing. And in some cases, it’s the

How a Tweet Led to a Sale

Even though Twitter recently celebrated its fifth birthday and there are now some 200 million users of this micro-blogging site, there’s still plenty of skepticism among marketers regarding its viability as a sales channel. I understand. After all,

Facebook, Twitter and Sudbury

The older you are, the more accustomed you are to satisfying your need for news, entertainment and conversation via newspapers, magazines, books, television, radio and good, old-fashioned face-to-face interaction with others. Imagine. Many of us even grew