My recommendation: attend a webinar on a topic you are not an expert in and participate on the hashtag. It will teach you all you need to know about social media marketing on Twitter. In my case, I also learned a few good facts on Mobile Marketing that I am sharing in this blog.
October 24 is International UN Day, and the official kick-off of the 7-Day Countdown to 7 Billion. Join SAP for a day of conversations and innovation >> Virtual platform: http://bit.ly/innoday7bBL. To participate in this event on Twitter, please use the following hashtags: #7billion #SAP (always in combination).
At SAP TechEd 2011 in Las Vegas, I had the good fortune to spend some time with my fellow SAP Mentor Sina Moatamed. It turns out that he is not only a very bright and fun person but has a much deeper knowledge of social media than most (particularly the self-declared social media “gurus”). In addition, … Continue reading Why You Need to Know about Social Search, Engagement & Geo-Targeting →
Does this scenario sound familiar to you? You participated in a Twitter discussion or event, using a hashtag. Because there was so much great content in the discussion, you planned to go back to it later to use it as a basis for your next blog. You go to search.twitter.com, put in the hashtag and the search comes up blank. If this rings true to you, here some simple steps to archive your Tweets and quickly create blogs with them.
Whatever you hear about social media, don’t believe it! There is a ton of misinformation out there that can be damaging to companies that want create real ROI from social media. Learn about the 5 myths of social media in this blog.
This week, at SAPPHIRE NOW 2011 in Orlando, I was a social media reporter and had the pleasure to attend a session with female executives who shared career experiences and tips with an audience of over 100 women. A the third annual Women’s Executive Leadership Session offered a unique opportunity to leverage the combined power of women among an elite group of leading cross-industry business executives.
Recently, I discovered some “dirty truths” about Facebook that I found somewhat disturbing, even though the situation can probably be explained with personal and cultural differences. Nevertheless, I find the practice offensive. In a nutshell, it’s become more and more popular for people to create “levels” or “castes” of Facebook friends who they give different … Continue reading The "Dirty Little Secret" of Facebook (Access Control) →