Tag Archives: Social media

Are #CloudCareers the Future and What Does It Take?

Cloud is too often used as a blanket term for anything that is “hosted” on the Internet.

To get a more valuable take on cloud, I reached out to four technology innovators and asked them how cloud is affecting careers and necessary skills sets in their industries. Continue reading Are #CloudCareers the Future and What Does It Take?

Part 2: Global Social Media Usage – Same or Different?

How do social media styles differ by culture/nation?

This is part II of a blog series in which JC Giraldo and I  try to provide answers to this question by surveying our world-wide networks.

Continue reading Part 2: Global Social Media Usage – Same or Different?

Social Media Around the Globe – Same or Different? Part 1

Last March, my friend and peer JC Giraldo sent me a DM via Twitter, asking my view on the differences in social media usage around the world.

We both thought that this was a good topic for a blog, and decided to co-author a post, gathering information from people in our network around the world. Continue reading Social Media Around the Globe – Same or Different? Part 1

Employment, Ownership & Privacy Concerns When Using Social Media

Social media poses risks for employers if not properly managed. 

Today social media is endemic throughout every aspect of our lives. We all know generally that it provides businesses with opportunities to reach markets faster & more broadly than ever before.

But do you know how to manage the risks?

Continue reading Employment, Ownership & Privacy Concerns When Using Social Media

#StartupMarketingConf: Is Your True North #Growth(Hacking)?

On March 27th, 2014, I’ve been invited to host a panel on Growth Hacking at the Startup Marketing Conference in San Francisco.

Read this blog to learn more about Growth Hacking, the amazing cast of panelists and the conference.

Continue reading #StartupMarketingConf: Is Your True North #Growth(Hacking)?

The Collaborative Economy: What You Need to Know

“The highest form of loyalty is shared destiny.” ~ Jeremiah Owyang.

Odds are, you are already part of “The Sharing Economy”. Even though you might not be familiar with the term or understand the full impact it has on business and society. This blog will tell you what you need to know. Continue reading The Collaborative Economy: What You Need to Know

Two Tips to Help Protect Your Online Identity

I generally try to do some “house keeping” at the beginning of each year but, of course, it pays to implement the tips below whenever you get to it. Cyber security, or rather the lack thereof, is one of the main threats of our time.

Here two simple tips that could make the difference: Continue reading Two Tips to Help Protect Your Online Identity

Will Posting Duplicate Content Hurt Your Google Search Rankings?

Does duplicate content hurt you in Google search?

As I sometimes syndicate my blog to other sites (that get more traffic than mine :-)), I recently got push back from a company that had asked me (persistently) to write a commentary on one of their blogs. Continue reading Will Posting Duplicate Content Hurt Your Google Search Rankings?

Sprinklr VP of Marketing Talks about Scaling in Social Media Marketing

How can you scale social media? How do you personalize your message to each audience and platform? What the heck is a Social Navigator?

Find the answers to all these questions and more in this blog post. But let me start at the beginning…

Continue reading Sprinklr VP of Marketing Talks about Scaling in Social Media Marketing

Social Media Advice for Startups on PSDNetwork

As I feel passionate about educating people on the use of social media, I signed up as a blogger on Putting The Seat Down Network (PSDNetwork). 

My blog series is a 101 guide to creating your own social media marketing strategy; not on a lofty level but with hands on tips. Continue reading Social Media Advice for Startups on PSDNetwork