Social Media Business


Five Years in Business: You Get Out What You Put In

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Jun 2015

Five Years in Business: You Get Out What You Put In

I welcome milestones simply because they offer perspective.  In preparation for this blog for my five-year business anniversary, I re-read some of my past posts as I achieved hallmarks in my business. It’s funny the lessons I continue to learn – and how much of this is really just a maze. Each year, it’s the hope of coming out better, smarter, richer. Maybe. For me,...

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Apr 2015

For Social Media Managers, Customer Service is Core

It’s been the ongoing assumption, a joke in part, that social media professionals spend their day ‘playing on Facebook.’  But, we know the truth, especially social media managers. An average day as a social media manager is often mundane – and much less glamorous than it sounds.  The majority of our time is spent  executing  day-to-day tasks required of the job including writing content, developing...

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I’m An Introvert: So What?

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Feb 2015

I’m An Introvert: So What?

At a recent networking group meeting for Femfessionals Philadelphia, a woman approached me, introduced herself, and asked me about my business.  Within a few moments, she declared that I was different from the ladies in the group who engage in networking as a trade – and even indicated that I seemed to be an introvert. I was a little worried that her comment meant that I...

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May 2014

5 Signs That You’re a Social Media Manager

By Lauren Galli, #Strella Social Media Creative Director A little over a year ago, I accepted a part-time position writing a couple of blogs a month.  I didn’t have the first clue about the diversity of social media, I just wanted to write.  Thirteen months later that small writing project has blossomed into a full-time career.  I still get to write, but my job also allows me...

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Entrepreneurship is Risky Business

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Mar 2014

Entrepreneurship is Risky Business

If I’ve learned anything from being an entrepreneur, it’s that sometimes you have to take risks to get what you want.  And I’ve had my share of risks over the years.  In fact, I thought I would share my top three entrepreneurial leaps and my formula for deciphering. 1. Quitting my day job.  For some, making the decision to start a business is the first...

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