As a firm that specializes in understanding social media, we at CPRM get thrown for a loop sometimes. Recently, with a foot of snow on the ground and newscasters reporting traffic snarls on the roads around Boston, I decided to work from home. My college student daughter was home for spring break and watching TV as I worked in the next room. In the afternoon, I had a conference call. In the middle of the call with my boss, a […]
How to Inspire Life Long Fans
NASA Social Media: Crowdpromoting in Space
What Should I Tweet?
This morning I was part of a panel on using Twitter for business. I always love being a part of these panels because I get to hear people’s problems, concerns and pain points. (And I always get to learn something from the other folks on the panel.) The Merrimack Valley Sandbox crew always runs a good show and this morning was no exception. Right off the bat, our esteemed moderator asked the audience for their questions. Several came down to […]
Dear Las Vegas Tourism Team
How to Get Comments on Your Blog
Hundreds of blog posts have been written about how to get people to comment on your blog. In today’s social media happy world, often it is easier for people to click a button, share the post on their social media pages (retweet it, share it on LinkedIn or Facebook) and comment on it there. Having comments on your blog is not an imperative – a blog without comments may have been shared on Twitter hundreds of times and only the […]
Today’s Marketing Cookie: An Example of Win-Win Marketing
Like most marketers, I am constantly on the lookout for and appreciate fine marketing wherever I see it. I love it when I see genius reflected in someone’s marketing tactics or strategies. I love to see entertaining and informative marketing programs, well-written copy, great images. They make me happy. Sound like a fortune cookie? It should — we’re talking about Today’s Marketing Cookie.
LinkedIn Contacts: A Reason for Concern?
Part of our job is to play Social Media Guru for our clients. As such, we watch LinkedIn closely — this is the top professional social networking tool and an important tool for many of our professional services clients. LinkedIn often tinkers with its existing features and provides new functionality frequently. (They also take stuff away, witness the recent folding of LinkedIn Answers, and less recent loss of their events function.)
Secrets From the First Social Media Marketing World Conference
Last week we sent Carlton PR & Marketing social media manager Elise off to the Social Media Marketing World Conference. Secrets from the First Social Media Marketing World Conference By Elise V. Englander (@elise29) The first Social Media Marketing World (#SMMW13) conference was held in San Diego last week. Imagine over 1100 social media enthusiasts from all over the world in one location. The place was buzzing!