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Category: Online Communities - Social Media

Jay Baer
Jay Baer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the best deliverer of your marketing message is your existing customer talking to their network about why they like your business.
Jay Baer
Jay Baer joins Jim Blasingame to report on his witness of the evolving marketing landscape this century, including how business should think about how and who should be delivering their message.
Michael Harrison
Michael Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the idea of regulating social media platforms, the difference between what they can do and what they should do, and the implications of political correctness on free speech.
Michael Harrison
Michael Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the reality and concept of the First Amendment to the Constitution, as it has redefined the concept of a speech platform.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the reasons why the free stuff we’re offered is often just another way to manipulate you, especially when you use the Tech Giant platforms.
Rick Mathieson
Rick Mathieson joins Jim Blasingame to introduce three more digital marketing trends, including integration of email and social media, giving some customers exclusivity, and expanding customer experience with you.
Mark Babbitt
Mark Babbitt joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that telling stories continues to be a social media winning strategy, plus the new chat-bot technology is now something small businesses can incorporate in their online platforms.
Mark Babbitt
Mark Babbitt joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the reasons most small business owners should hire people to create and execute their social media strategy, which is becoming increasingly complicated.
Kathy Perry
Kathy Perry joins Jim Blasingame to report on the way LinkedIn works for brand building and prospect nurturing through content marketing as well as ad placement.
Kathy Perry
Kathy Perry joins Jim Blasingame to report on a marketing calendar she says is “delightful,” because it’s not only handy, but it’s designed for you to print out and use, untethered to Twitter. Good job, Twitter.

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