One of the most asked questions in social media is: “How can I grow my following?” Don’t listen to those who say that it does not matter. While the quality of your followers is most important, if you have no followers, you are talking to yourself. So what about buying followers?
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Earlier this year, I had the pleasure to interview Brian Solis about his book, What’s the Future of Business?, at an event hosted by the Silicon Valley Innovation Center (SVIC). Below you can find the video recording of the event.
FountainBlue’s When She Speaks, Women in Leadership Series: Leveraging Social Media for Work and Play When: Friday, July 10, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Where: Sandisk, 951 SanDisk Drive, Milpitas, California
I was recently invited by Globaltech Bridge to give a social media overview to a group of Colombian University professors and start-up CEOs. As their proficiency levels varied, they wanted a basic introduction to social media in Silicon Valley, tactics for the most popular platforms, and insights into the future of social media.
This is part two of an interview series. In this article, BrightTalk spoke with me about how to use social media to strengthen your webinar programs. This article was originally published on BrightTalk. Thanks to BrightTalk for authorizing its syndication below.
Social Media is like New York – It Never Sleeps. But You Should. This guest blog was written by Petra Neiger, CEO & founder of Red Pantz. Her mission is to help improve the well-being of leaders and teams, which she has been able to observe first hand as a business executive in Silicon Valley.
Do you own social media channels? Think again, chances are you are simple renting a presence but somebody else is making the rules. Hence, one of the trends in social media marketing in 2015 is a turn to truly owned vs. rented social channels.
For the BrightTalk B2B Marketing Summit, I got “the band back together” (as the Blues Brothers would say) to record a session on online community engagement best practices. It was a very educational experience to have three Silicon Valley marketing veterans share their wealth of experience: practice not theory!