Twitter in Ten Minutes a Day!

Posted by on September 26, 2010 in: Tips in 10, Twitter Tips & Tools

I am assuming that most of my readers know what Twitter is. If not, take a look at a recent article I wrote for Fox News on using Twitter for Business Outreach. Some people will tell you that Twitter is all about engaging people, but let’s be honest: The end goal is to have people […]

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“What Should I Do?” – Microblogging

By now, regular readers recognize my “What Should I Do?” series in which I go through the Social Media Mindmap on MindMeister and give tips and ideas on how to use the information in that branch of the map to benefit from social media in your business. Today’s topic is microblogging.

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Weekend Reading: My fav’s from this week: 6/4/10

Posted by on June 4, 2010 in: Weekend Reading

You Can Learn A Lot From Your Customers – Do you sell a product or services to your customers? Have you ever made the time to reach out to them individually by way of a phone-survey, or email survey, or heck even an old fashioned snail mailed survey? Michael Fleischner reminds us of the importance […]

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“What Should I Do?” – Advertising

In a previous blog post, I give you a link to a fantastic map on MindMeister that contained nearly every marketing technique known to humankind and I promised to go through each of those techniques and show you how to do them well, without spending a lot of time or money. In today’s blog I’m […]

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How to be ReTweeted

Rich Brooks runs Flyte, a web design business in Maine. Along with his corporate website, he also has an interesting blog, Flyteblog. In a recent blog, ReTweeting: The Art of the RT on Twitter, he was asked about ReTweeting – what it is and how to do it. I think his article is a good […]

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You will not make a fortune overnight, especially selling advertising space

Posted by on September 22, 2009 in: Business - Plain & Simple

As much as I hate to say it to my clients or colleagues, it is true. Unless you are a famous guru with success at producing sites that generate thousands of visitors (which will get advertisers knocking down your door), you need to create real estate value first. Recently on a project I was involved […]

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