Daily Dose Social Media Tip of the Day – Get visual!

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Daily Dose – Social Media Tip of the Day for January 20, 2012 I have clients who say “my business isn’t very interesting to people outside the industry” or “my nonprofit cause isn’t ‘sexy’”. I’m willing to bet that’s not true. Every business and nonprofit has a story to tell. You just have to get visual. Photo opportunities can be …

How businesses can use social media – PowerPoint presentation

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Attached to this post is a copy of my PowerPoint presentation to the North Shore Business Forum – I will be presenting there tomorrow at 7:30 AM.  The NSBF meets each Friday morning from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. (registration starts at 7:15) at the Danversport Yacht Club, Route 62 East, Danvers, Massachusetts. Each meeting only costs a $10.00 admission fee which includes a …

6 Ways to Acknowledge and Reward Supporters with Social Media

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In 2012, marketing efforts will continue to focus on social media to build organizations and businesses, to raise awareness for causes and products, and of course, to better connect with clients, customers and supporters. This is great! However, from what I’ve been reading, the purpose of most social media marketing campaigns seems to be getting the most Likes on Facebook, the …

4 Reasons Why You Need to Hire Outside Social Media Help

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Happy New Year! It’s January, and you should be diving into your marketing plan for 2012. The plan may be very specific, with tasks, assignments and deadlines, or it might be a vague outline scrawled on a scrap of paper. Whatever your method, social media should be an integral part of your marketing strategy this year. This is much easier …

Goal-Setting for 2012

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Hopefully the dust of the holidays has settled, your office or house is quieter and calmer than usual and you have a few hours to reflect on 2011 and to create a killer plan for 2012. For me, the week between the holidays and the New Year is all about planning. I organize my office, I file away non-essential information, I create …