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Recently I was chatting with long time BBF, Paul Chaney, about the changes in social media from the days when we began in what was then called The Blogosphere. Paul wondered if search on Twitter or Instagram could be a good business tool. Show More Summary
Keeping up with the changes and new features in social media is a challenge. To help you navigate, a few tips and links about blogs, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat.
How Max, the dog, humanizes social media and finds his way into blog posts, book reviews and the hearts of many.
Tips and questions to ask to help determine which social media channels will best support your brand.
An inspirational and fun look at blogging through the lens of broadway and film musicals.
Jay Ducote came to my attention when he battled it out last year on the Food Network show Food Network Star Season 11. For those who might not be food TV fans (a guilty pleasure of mine... take a look at Diva Foodies!) the winner of Food Network Star walks away with the biggest prize in food TV competiton ~ their own show on the Food Network. Show More Summary
Diva Marketing's 12th Birthday celebration continues with a very special post written by the first blogger I met IRW (in the real world) -- Paul Chaney! One of the biggest lessons I've learned in 12 years of blogging and being active in digital communities is real relationship can and do happen online. Show More Summary
To celebrate Diva Marketing's 12th Blog Birthday (!)... an extra special interview on a topic that is sizzlin' hot -- Influencer Marketing with Danica Kombol founder of Everywhere Agency. Seems you can't turn a corner in the digital world without bumping up against an influencer marketing post or campaign. Show More Summary
As we close out 2015 and begin the circle dance anew, there will be lots of predictions of what 2016 will hold in terms of marketing trends and must dos. This is not one of those posts. Time brings perspective. So instead, I'd like to...Show More Summary
I've often said the social web gives more than it takes. Meeting people who may be outside of your usual network is one of its best 'gifts.' Alex Brown and I are worlds apart. We met in the "blogosphere" in 2009 when he was managing one of the first and most innovative online communities for Wharton. Show More Summary
What is your best advice for a local small business that wants to leverage the web for marketing purposes? was the question my friend Paul Chaney, Editor of Web Marketing Today asked me and a few other "in the know" marketers. Thought...Show More Summary
Doctors heal patients in many ways... some even through rock n roll! N.E.D., an innovative rock band of 6 U.S. cancer surgeons, tours the country using their music to create awareness about women's cancer issues. As Doc/Muscian Nimesh...Show More Summary
Breast cancer still impacts too many lives. Advocate Health Care launched a unique program to bring attention to breast cancer prevention, treatment and support. Understanding that women gain strength and the comfort from the stories they share and are shared they used digital and social networks to tell the #StoriesoftheGirls. Show More Summary
This week it was my honor to present at South Wired 14, formally known as Digital Atlanta. South Wired is the longest on-going social media and digital conference in Atlanta. It was my pleasure to share the stage with Dorothea Bozicolona-Volpe. Show More Summary
There's a new dude in town. Well in the world of the American Marketing Association. Russ Klein recently accepted the role of CEO for AMA and with that he now leads North America's largest professional marketing association. Of course, AMA dropped a media release which details Russ' credentials (impressive!). Show More Summary
When BBF Yvonne DiVita, author/founder of Lipsticking and BlogPaws, asked me to play along on an 'old fashion' blog meme or blog hop, I immediately said yes. Blog memes were popular before blogs were social media. So this post is not only fun but a bit nostalgia. Show More Summary
The U.S.A. won against Belgium in the World Cup game. Well.. not really.. but sort of. The Waffle House, an American, iconic, southern, restaurant company, walked away with the social media trophy. Paying not one of the 75k dollar sponsorship...Show More Summary
Always in motion is the future”– Yoda She was the daughter. That meant she was a second generation newspaper publisher. Diane Everson, publisher of The Edgerton Reporter in Edgerton, WI wasn’t the only one whose newspaper spanned generations at the 2014 Inland Press Mobile and Social Solutions Conference last month. Show More Summary
Picture this. It's been a stressful week and you're looking forward to a night of vegging out. The telly goes on and perhaps there is an adult beverage or two nearby. It's a scene played-out in many homes for nearly 70 years. Over the past few years a there have been a few changes in How we watch TV. Show More Summary
In the wee hours of the morning traffic challenged Peachtree Street in Buckhead (Atlanta) experiences a few quiet hours before the mad rush hour/s begin. But not on the Fourth of July. Today the 45th Peachtree Road Race brought out more than 250,000 (60k official runners) people who woke up the city to take part in the world's largest 10K race. Show More Summary