Many know that blogging is an effective way to attract an audience, increase awareness of your brand and even grow your business. But if you want to create a dynamic online presence that is greater than the sum of its parts, you should always view blogging in the context of
I consider audience building to be the red-headed step child of social media. Social media consultants will tell you to generate strong content, but many don’t do enough to emphasize that the content is useless if no one is listening (if you have only 12 Facebook fans, for example). At
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
The following is a refreshed version of the December 24, 2011 blog, Unplug for the Holidays? No Way! I asked folks on my social networks if they will be “unplugging” for the holidays. For those of you who aren’t “plugged in” to online geek lingo, “unplugged” means disconnecting from the
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Indeed, Midge. These pop-up companies are people that acquire my prospects and it's upsetting. None ...
by Rachel Strella on We Live In A Magic Pill Society
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