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“Unfortunately the vast majority of websites do not do a good job converting visitors into paying customers. The key is to plan strategically BEFORE designing your website.” — Patrick Schwerdtfeger
Patrick is a passionate and dynamic speaker who focuses on delivering valuable content and highly practical strategies people can implement immediately …
In honor of the new students beginning a 12-session Social Media Basics course with me, here is an article with information on What to Do First:
This post is designed for those of you who ..
a – Understand that there is a New Normal.
b -Have profiles on one or more social …
Bay Area Consultants hear SOCIAL MEDIA TIPS from popular speaker Patrick Schwerdtfeger
Back by popular request, Patrick presented more detailed online marketing tactics — building from his earlier talk on social media basics delivered last fall.
Author of Webify Your Business, Patrick spoke at 127 events around the globe in 2009. He …
My Laney College students are participating in social media to build writing and reading skills. For many of them, however, this is a significantly new experience, i.e., creating blogs and signing up for Twitter.
What is Social Media and why is it important?
and . . . here are many of their …
Guest Post by Axel Schultze
Axel Schultze was the first social media guru I brought into my Public Relations class at San Francisco State at the beginning of 2009.
He is the founder and CEO of Xeequa Corp. a social media software company, helping businesses to create a better customer experience. In …
CHART YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PROGRESS:
Want to manage your social media sites? Yesterday’s post reviewed Chris Brogan‘s 19 tips: Resolve to Manage your Online Presence.
Today you’ll find a handy spreadsheet to use for weekly check-offs. And there’s space to add other tasks . . . like writing your blog post
Putting together last week’s post “Ten Mistakes Made by Social Media Newbies” was a rewarding experience for me, especially because the article seemed to touch a chord with many of my friends — a lot of whom are resisting the New World of Communication.
Not all of them, though.
Below is a …
You’ve got to be more than a Social Media Newbie to appreciate the depth and breadth of research that went into compiling the 334-page compendium The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web.
Author Tamar Weinberg is a community manager for Mashable, clearly the best source for Social Media …