In this episode of the TV on the Web show, Marketing Made Simple TV, (best viewed in Full Screen mode) Bill Blaney, author of B2B AtoZ sits down with show host Jeff Ogden to discuss insights on B2B marketing
today. If you're a b2b marketer, sales leader or business owner, this show's for you.
Social networking is an exciting way to stay informed, grow relationships and have fun. An often forgotten point is that with social networks come preferred practices, things you should know about your privacy and how your digital footprint can be affected.
Whether it's your first day on Facebook or you've been on forever and have 300 friends, a lot of teens probably don't know about their digital footprint. That's okay, as long as you learn about it here, before you turn around and get bitten by your posts.
Your digital footprint is the data trail you leave with everything you do online. From your smartphone to the Internet and social networks, your data is being stored.
The title is as true for life as it is for Social Media, "great leaders come from those who learned to follow first". Leadership is not taught in a classroom, it begins during the higher education experience and develops when you become a part of a student group, club, internship or work in student affairs. Those opportunities are what separate the educated from employable professionals. Social Media is very much the same way, if you want to be effective as a thought leader, you'll need to be a follower, first.
Changes to Stream:
You do everything right. You send a weekly or monthly email newsletter to your clients and customers, When it comes to content, you’re sharing and writing great stuff. But, your email is still not getting opened. You feel like all you are doing is banging your head against a virtual wall with no results, and you have no idea why they won’t open it.
Every email you send falls into one of three categories: Now. Later. Never. (Thank you to Constant Contact for this information). And for the most part, it is really just Now or LaterNever (thank you to Ellen Williams for this). And we all want, and need, is our e-mail to be opened now, since we all know that “laternever” really never happens.