Just like people, brands come in all shapes and sizes. A brand is not a logo, colors, fancy tag line or even a fancy Super Bowl commercial. A brand is not your Facebook page, Twitter background or set of beautifully designed Pinterest boards.
The number one question I hear when it comes to Twitter is “what do I talk about?”
Given that most people do NOT know what to talk about, many wind up either boring their social community to death or they turn them off because they default to talking about themselves.
Never fear. You do not need to default to tweeting like a self centered, babbling idiot.
We’ve all seen the social media profiles, bios and disclaimers that read something similar to “my thoughts are my own” or “my tweets are my own.”
Is there really such a thing? Is there a magical hour or invisible line in the sand that separates an employee from the words they say, the things they do and the impact they have on a brand?
If you have attended, managed or spoken at an event in the past couple years, chances are good you noticed changes in communication. Conversations are going to a new dimension. No longer is the conversation limited to a one to many dialog from the keynote speaking stage to the audience. Nor are the conversations limited [...]
As human beings it is natural for us to gravitate and want to learn things that we know we can succeed at mastering! When it comes to social media and the associated tools and technology, it’s no surprise people are attracted to their geeky side. However, there is so much more to social media than tools and technology.