SoMe: How Brands and Businesses can Put “Me” in Social Media
In a follow up to our post about favorite Corporate Press Room we look at how some of the world’s biggest brands are utilizing blogs to communicate with their audiences.
New Hampshire’s Ted King was the first American to sigh with Liquigas-Cannondale, Italy’s powerhouse pro cycling team (think the New York Yankees of bike racing, or in Ted’s case, playing for the Boston Red Sox). Ted has ridden many of the world’s most esteemed races, and currently has his sites set on the Amgen Tour …
Journalists are doing their best to keep up with an audience that is hungry for more content and in turn PR agencies are trying to keep up.
If your company hasn’t gotten on the press release SEO bandwagon, you should strongly consider it. Here are a few tips to incorporate SEO into your press releases
With 460,000 new Twitter accounts being created everyday (yes, you read that number right), having your voice heard on the 2nd most popular social media platform is hard enough. Getting your followers to actually interact with your tweet is an even more monstrous task, as brands and people flock to make their mark on the …
Twitter, Facebook, a phone, call??? This Mashable article looks at 5 ways to effectively communicate when we have more options for being social than ever before. Original article here by Sorem Gordhamer 5 Levels of Effective Communication in the Social Media Age In the era of social media, our networks are much larger than they …
Social Media Examiner recently studied MarketingProf’s The State of Social Media Usage and published a distilled version of findings. Specifically the authors looked at: 1) What’s Normal in Social Media Usage 2) Social Media Strategies and 3) 2010 Predictions. It’s a very worthwhile read with insights on how companies are using social media — both …