June 26, 2013

Five modern technologies that bring a new twist on Mad Men’s nostalgic favorites

by Ayelet Noff

With technological advances, the workplace has become entirely more efficient! Find out which technologies have taken us from MadMen era to 2013. Continue reading

February 20, 2013

Marketers still need to learn some basic HTML

by Chris Abraham

Learn how to better control the visual experience that you offer your readers. Gain a better understanding of basic HTML and bump up the reading experience for your audience. Continue reading

July 31, 2012

Don’t mess with Texas (or reddit)

by Chris Abraham

This is the second of two parts. Also see: • reddit is the elephant in the room of social media marketing My recommendation for you individuals who are interested in just growing your experience, mastery, equity, and inclusion as deeply as you can in as many relevant and germane communities as possible, you will never be rewarded unless and until … Continue reading

July 17, 2012

How Flipboard is changing everything

by Chris Abraham

Flipboard is bringing all of your social media outlets together seamlessly, making it easy for you to keep up with the latest news. Find out how Flipboard is changing everything and boosting your Klout score in the process. Continue reading

June 28, 2012

Your social media plan needs to shut up and start listening

by Chris Abraham

I know you. You’re spending all of your social media marketing budget on promoting your brand, products, and services; that’s fine except you’ve either forgotten — or never knew — that social media is a two-way street. It is. And, something you also didn’t know: social media is two-thirds defense and monitoring — listening — and only one-third promotion and … Continue reading

June 12, 2012

Don’t roll your eyes at social media influencers

by Chris Abraham

Insincerity doesn’t work in PR, sales, marketing & online media. Social media online influencers may not know the lingua franca of a trained communications professional, but they sure can spot the eye roll of condescension and contempt from a mile away. Socialmedia.biz’s Chris Abraham explains. Continue reading