Thought leadership, or people-powered marketing, isn’t just a PR strategy. It can also be a way to engage customers and grow your influence.
In almost every presentation I work up, there is one line that invariably finds its way onto a slide: “Adding value through the timely publishing of useful content is the best way to generate goodwill in the communities you operate in.” A blogger who I really respect a lot, Jay Baer, has just published a […]
Kenny Miller, CEO of KMco, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss his smash hit app Dead Yourself, the success of content engagement with a platform that customizes photographs, and how to empower consumers with creativity while giving them a safety net so they can’t fail. Read on for some of the highlights […]
Jessica Malnik is a PR/marketing coordinator, social media specialist, videographer and an avid blogger. Visit her blog for social media, technology, public relations and marketing ramblings. What are the defining characteristics of a community? It’s a topic I’ve been pondering more and more lately. Is it about geography, common interests, socio-economic similarities, or similar viewpoints? […]
Guest post by Yael Davidowitz-Neu, a Sales Strategy Analyst at Google responsible for analyzing consumer behavior, search trends and market dynamics. She is deeply curious, loves all things marketing and blogs less frequently than she would like at Stickystimuli.com. While many businesses are excited about opportunities to reach their customers on the social web, few […]
Do you have control issues? Even now, with social media being hotter than the brow of a teppanyaki chef, companies of all sizes and descriptions are still using “loss of control” as a reason to not get involved. Sure, there’s a possibility that your brand will have to use your social media crisis plan eventually. […]