January 25, 2012

The anachronistic social media isolationist

by Chris Abraham

Chris Abraham discusses the two forms of Social Media Isolationism (or Social Media Agoraphobia): invitational and exclusionary. Find out why it’s essential to get out of your comfort zone, and expand your natural base. Continue reading

December 14, 2011

Social media success demands talent above technology

by Chris Abraham

It’s more than just technology that will elicit success. Hiring and training people based on their ability to write, and their ability to connect and engage people is key. While technology has moved things forward, human relationships are still fundamental. Continue reading

December 7, 2011

The Social Media News Release explained in detail

by Chris Abraham

After dissecting the blogger outreach pitch, we move on to the Social Media News Release (SMNR), a site we create to support all of our blogger outreach campaigns. Here we examine a sample, line-by-line. Continue reading

November 23, 2011

Amplify your good message with GaggleAmp

by Chris Abraham

Find out about GaggleAMP and learn how it can amplify your business’ message. One of the options, AutoAMP, allows you to automatically share other people’s messages through your social networks. Continue reading

October 26, 2011

You’re seriously over-farming your donors

by Chris Abraham

When it comes to your direct mail campaigns, you’ve probably over-farmed your land. You’ve been emailing and snail mailing the same donors you have done for a decade. It is time to leave the land fallow and let the lists rest. You have probably responded to lower donations and attention by relinquishing too much power to your direct marketing firm … Continue reading

October 19, 2011

Inbound marketing the way nature intended

by Chris Abraham

When it comes to inbound marketing, honesty and transparency reign supreme. When it comes to blogger outreach, Socialmedia.biz’s Chris Abraham advises, ‘be honest and everything else will follow. No tricks. No sleight-of-hand. Just honest, reaching out with relevant material.’ Continue reading