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Why Content Marketing Is Essential For Your Business

When I consult with businesses and nonprofits, I often have to introduce them to the concept of content marketing: Creating and sharing content and using it to attract customers based on merit, expertise or interest, with more focus on communicating rather than selling. Content marketing isn’t new; as far back as 1895, John Deere’s The … [Read more…]

Here We Go Again: JPMorgan Joins The Hijacked Hashtag Club

  Is anyone getting deja vu?   Large corporations tend to venture into social media marketing in the same way that they would approach a press conference or investor relations meeting. Rather than use social media to listen, observe, and communicate, corporate entities self-indulgently preach, extol their virtues, and pat themselves on the back. To … [Read more…]

Facebook Contests In 2014: Why Contest Apps Will Lose Ground

  The recent announcement of Facebook significantly loosening restrictions for its promotional guidelines represents arguably one of the most significant shifts in Facebook policy over the past several years. For years, I’ve warned business owners that they run contests on their timelines at their own risk; contrary to popular belief, Facebook does notice enormous spikes … [Read more…]

Why Tumblr Can’t Help The NSA

    A Tumblr by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence designed to “increase” transparency sounds like a build up to an elaborate joke by The Onion or The Daily Show. It’s completely true.   IC On the Record, which seems to be an initiative of President Obama himself, is designed to “to … [Read more…]

Bad Customer Service Cost This Store $38,000 and its Reputation

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