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Why Your Community Management Kinda Sucks

Posted by on Sep 21, 2011 in Bad Branding, Branding, Community, Consumer, content, Corporate, Featured, Jive From The Hive, Solution

Why Your Community Management Kinda Sucks

So those who know me know I have taken time off to write and plan my next big business endeavors and expose some small accomplishments in the next couple weeks. I’ve tended to working with elite group of clients and taking on a few pre-selected clients. Regaining a solid platform and setting sights on some new goals. With several new community and content sites launching in the Fall and Yup! I’m excited! Taking time this summer has been gratifying to step back...

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Content Curator Verses the The Community Manager

Posted by on Nov 6, 2010 in Building Relationships, Community, content, Hidden Value, Jive From The Hive

Content Curator Verses the The Community Manager

Finding balance of content and happy audience members within your community is an exceptional feat to achieve. Unique to every online situation and determined by a variety of existing factors the need for fresh information can be overwhelming and at an extensive end of the spectrum actually abrasive to the communities visitors. The evolving issue is simple. As we build online and the amount of information that accumulates it tends to accumulate at a much faster pace then in...

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Series: Finding Hidden Value – New Ebook – Creating Captivating Content Online

Posted by on Dec 1, 2009 in Communicate, Community, content, Conversational, Ebook, Events, Series, socialmedia, Solution

Community building and management  is one of those areas in which I excel at. The enjoyment that I get by creating a “buzz” around a brand online to me is just well the cat’s meow. It is that raw talent that has inspired two other communities Women of Web 3.0 and RetailSherpa.org. Recently, I attended the Social Fresh #SoCruise with a select group of distinguish group on individuals who are considered elite in their particular area of focus. It was a...

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Blogging: You Are Doing It Wrong. Nine Steps To Improve Your Site

Posted by on Nov 28, 2009 in Blogging, Business, Community, content, Newsletter

Anniversaries catch up quickly. Yesterday was my my birthday but not just my own birthday it’s my blog’s birthday as well. I escaped the normal flow of things and disconnected to gain a little insight. A year ago i started my community building blog with the intent to share my knowledge, discoveries and experiences with other like minded individuals. A year has past and its time for some house cleaning and a bit of refreshing. 1. Find your foundation. My blog is...

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How Do You Overcome Communication Obstacles?

Posted by on Oct 17, 2009 in Branding, Communicate, Community, Conferences, content, Conversational, Karma, networking, Newsletter, socialmedia

  Creating content that all of your network or community enjoys all of the time is nearly impossible. It is Fall and my favorite season of the year. Everything changes and abruptly. I’m taking advantage of this and I suggest you do as well. The way I communicate through specific mediums is changing. I usually communicate directly through twitter, text messages or through speaking gigs. Apparently, I do loose of connection points by not following through after the...

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