Convince and Convert: 7 Ways to Use Social Media to Build Stunning Brands

    I wanted to capture and convey the many uses for social media for both businesses and personal growth. Thus, the presentation, “7 Ways to Use Social Media to Build Stunning Business & Personal Brands.” read more…
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Should you turn your Web site over to the people?

Posted by Jay Krall on March 5th, 2009 – www.blog.us.cision.com

Rather than have a corporate site with a look and feel similar to that of thousands of other sites representing big consumer brands, Skittles, working with Agency.com, is directing visitors to its Wikipedia page, Facebook page and a TwitterSearch results page. read more…

Tracking Brands on Twitter to Improve How You Listen and Engage

Posted by Brian Solis on March 6th, 2009 – www.briansolis.com

Electric Artists released a new app that is a real-time listing of the top brands, media, television, entertainment, and celebrities that the team is currently following on Twitter. read more…

Digital PR in a Recession is About Building Relationships

Posted by Lee Odden on March 6th, 2009 – www.mediarelationsblog.com

While marketing budgets are being cut or shifted, many companies are holding on to public relations. Digital public relations savvy agencies are making both traditional media relations, digital media relations and optimized news content work together as part of a Push Pull PR strategy. read more…

11 Ways to Find Brands & Companies on Twitter

Posted by Lee Odden on March 5th, 2009 – www.toprankblog.com

A big question for marketers that want to connect with businesses on Twitter is that they often don’t know where to look. Part of the rub is that Twitter is predominantly a service used by individuals, not companies. read more…

How Could Social Media Save Your Favorite Brand?

Posted by David Finch on March 6th, 2009 – www.socialmediaexplorer.com

Corporations that have generated billions of dollars as well as held large market shares are now fighting to stay alive. The question that dominates many conversations is, “who’s next?”. read more…