In reality, what really happens is you write a few posts for the first month or two, maybe add in a couple shares, that dwindles to a post a month, and then after a year blogging it seems like just another item on your ever-growing to-do list that is put off indefinitely. Months go by and the best you can wrangle up is a retweet of an interesting news story you saw on Yahoo.com.
We had a blast, fellow roosters, cats and dogs! Thanks for making my trip out to the amazing Gas Lamp district in San Diego for the Social Digital 2013 summit. I had a great time presenting, “Are you winning the race? Strategies for measuring success each step of the way on your social media journey.”
One of the questions I field regularly is how to improve the visibility of videos on YouTube. The answer is quite simple: start with highly sought after content.
Google’s auto complete feature suggests the search words/phrases that most commonly match what you are typing in real time.
I want you to start thinking about your email messaging differently moving forward.
I find it challenging to understand why there’s still seemingly minimal innovation in the area of protecting searchers from malware infected websites.
I recently spoke with Laural Hobbes of Advanced Military Education about how American Military University uses social media. Here’s a link to the article:
I’m overjoyed to learn that Pinterest has added analytics to its business toolset. So, if you are business you can verify your Pinterest account and then be on your way to awesome analytics. Here’s a breakdown on what you get
I will be appearing at the System Alliance Digital 360 conference in Baltimore on Tuesday, March 4
Thanks again to everyone who braved the DC traffic and wind chill to join me in Georgetown for DC Social Media Week and my presentation, “Get Smart! Make Better Social Media Decisions through Analytics”. For those of you who weren’t able to catch the “show”, here’s the video: