Social Media Business


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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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Six Rules of Working from Home

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Feb 2014

Six Rules of Working from Home

With all the snow and ice we’ve had this winter, some folks (my husband included) have been forced to spend some days telecommuting. I decided to work from home in May and have learned it that it has its perks – and its challenges. Here are my top six tips to for making sure your “work-from-home” experience is as productive – and enjoyable – as...

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Social Media Management: 4 Necessary, but Nagging Tasks!

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Aug 2013

Social Media Management: 4 Necessary, but Nagging Tasks!

  Ever have those small, detailed tasks that drive you nuts? Imagine being a social media manager! We are inundated with details that absolutely must be error-free.  In an effort to have some fun – and maybe vent just a little – we thought we would write about a few of our top ‘nagging’ tasks! Nagging Task #1: Reviewing and Optimizing LinkedIn Accounts By Amanda...

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The Connection Between Communications and Social Media

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Dec 2012

The Connection Between Communications and Social Media

The following is a guest blog from my husband, Pete Strella. You never know what to expect when you’re meeting with potential clients, and Rachel has recently fielded some surprising questions when discussing her experience in being qualified to provide social media services for certain companies. When Rachel brought this to my attention, I didn’t know quite what to say because the relationship between communications...

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