Ever wanted to know why, although, you wrote a fabulous blog post which we all know you sweated blood for, you don’t get any comments? You are thankfully not alone.
Mark S. Luckie, national web editor for The Washington Post and founder and editor of Media Bistro’s 10,000 Words: Where Journalism and Technology Meet talks about what he's learned about journalism after four years of blogging in his video titled “Five things I’ve learned in 4 years of blogging about journalism” Pay attention to #3, you will never feel alone again.
Commenting is Social
Nobody likes you! Wanna know why?
What would make you wear a company’s name on a t-shirt? What about a hat? Not a big deal, right? People don’t think twice about the message they are branding for a company.
When I stopped at a stoplight recently, I was surprised to see a Ford decal on a Ford car. Why would someone who owns a Ford put a decal about Ford on a Ford? I was dumbfounded.
[A little background…I’m not a brand loyalist. I’m a convenientist (I think I just made up a word!) For smaller ticket items, shopping is about wherever I am and whatever is on sale. For larger ticket items it is all about quality and price.]
If you are struggling with your Social Media Club chapter after some early success, take heart: False starts are a recurring theme as I talk to clubs around the globe.
Social Media Club New Hampshire is one of the latest Phoenix-rising-from-the-ashes stories. The chapter was reinvigorated in November 2010 after a lull of about four months, recharging itself with an updated website and refocused meetings.