Category: Online Communities - Social Media
Will websites become the victims of social media platforms? Adam Boyden joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the competitive and cooperative relationship between your website and your social media strategy.
What are you putting on the Internet about yourself? Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to remind you that if you, or someone else puts something about you on the Internet, it basically becomes permanent. Forewarned is forearmed.
Don't forsake face-to-face opportunities for social media? Jim Blasingame talks about why the traditional networking groups, like the local Chamber of Commerce and your industry trade group, are still important to your business.
Do you know what your customers' expectations are? Pam Harper joins Jim Blasingame to talk about identifying customer expectations to determine how you should reinvent your business strategy.
How do you stay relevant in The Age of the Customer™? Pam Harper joins Jim Blasingame to talk about reinventing your small business by thinking strategically about trends in communicating and developing communities for your customers.
Is email a dying technology? Christina Cavanagh joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why predictions of the end of email are premature and why email will likely outlast the traditional website, plus the importance of having a clean inbox.
Online communities create more targeted demographics. Mike Muetzel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how all generations may be influenced more by the communities they belong to that their demographic profile.
Gen Y may have more disposable income that any other generation in history. Mike Muetzel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why traditional marketing doesn’t always work when courting Gen X and Y.
Building relationships is good business. Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame with ideas on connecting with customers and building communities by taking time to do something meaningful without the expectation of response.
Don't minimize the power of the personal touch in networking. Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about ideas on why certain customer relationships benefit from personal stories.
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