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Simplifying Social Media Taking Your Brand from the Bench to the Playing Field Social Media Fundamentals for Business I finished the book knowing much more than when I started and now feel empowered rather than overwhelmed. Julia, Executive Director Be the first to find out when it hits the stands on Amazon. Click Here To Get an Email Alert Companies For Good By Allison McGuire | @CaliMcG We're excited to announce the release of our newest Good Card case study! Datalogix, a company that provides marketing infrastructure for the data driven era by connecting digital advertising to offline sales, uses Network for Good's, Good Card® to incentivize employee referrals. Top 10 Social Media Blogs: The 2012 Winners! Are you looking for some good blogs to read? Look no further! Our third-annual social media blog contest generated nearly 600 nominations (almost twice as many as last year’s contest). Our panel of social media experts carefully reviewed the nominees and finalists, analyzing the quality of their content, the frequency of posts and reader involvement (among other things).

9 Things You Should NEVER Share on Facebook In my recent post “Are You a Crappy Fan Page Admin” I discussed 7 things that make you a bad Facebook page admin. One of them had to do with the things you post on your page — (I’ll hit on this again below). It got me to thinking and asking myself “What are some things you should never share on Facebook”?

How to Make an Infographic (Even When You’re Not a Designer) - SocialMouths Infographics are all the rage these days. Attractive and pinnable, they communicate a great deal of information in a quick, eye-catching way. But what if you’re not a designer with great graphics skills? s Social Media Blog In part one of this series we looked at key questions you need to answer to find the right Facebook strategy for your page. This week we will discuss the types of content you should create and share in order to capture the attention of your audience. By now you should have defined your customers pain points and what your page is about.

Blogs In the first class of our five week course, Mastering Your Mix: A Practical Approach to Integrated Communications, we focused on finding your core audience and how your communications should be tailored to their wants. We had a lot of great questions from the session, many of which were answered by our co-presenter and communications expert Chris Tuttle in the chat. Since communications integration is a complicated topic, and audience segmentation can sound more difficult than it is, we thought we would re-post our in class answers for everyone to learn from. How can we find demographic information?Looking at Google Analytics can be a great place to start. Facebook also has an insights tool which can help you discover who your followers are, and your broadcast email tool may have some valuable information as well.

Blog By Danielle Eckert It’s no secret that the animal kingdom is well and alive on the Internet. Browse any one of your social networks and there will be a plethora of cat memes and dog gifs. 3-point Checklist for a Great Cover Photo on Facebook Facebook cover photos are all about first impressions. The first thing prospective fans see when they visit your page is your cover photo. So will they be impressed?

10 Twitter Features You Might Be Missing Without a doubt, Twitter has become a useful communications tool for everything from breaking news to emergency dispatches to business conversations. Most of us tend to use only a few of the features Twitter offers; just enough to do what we want to do. For example, I use Twitter daily, accessing it from HootSuite on the web or TweetDeck on mobile, and I just tweet, check my @ messages and DMs, peruse my stream, retweet a few tweets, then move on to something else. My Social Agency Blog, Social Media Marketing, App Development, Web Video Production Saturday Social – Facebook Messenger, the Heartbleed Bug and a Social Media Song Heartbleed This week has seen the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, a major security flaw affecting many sites across the internet. The bug may been exposing the personal information and passwords of internet users to hackers for over two years.

The Dragonfly Effect - Small Acts Create Big Change Make stories part of your culture — and more than that, the integrity of your culture. All-hands meetings can be pivotal here. Stories are often the best way to relate how a company is doing, what people are doing well, and what they could be doing better. And when leaders do this with transparency, honesty and humility, they make their employees feel good about their work — even if things aren’t all peachy.

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