Tag: social media resolutions

  1. Google Profiles – Establish Your Personal Brand

    Social Media Tip #4 is Create a Google Profile. Click here for all 10 Social Media Resolutions for 2010. Social Media is the best thing to ever happen to reputation management, at least as far as John Q. Public is concerned. The number of free blogging and social networking tools that allow users to broadcast their message and interact with large audiences is seemingly endless, and fortunately the largest search engine in the world also gives individuals a way to… Read More

  2. Tweet Interesting Information

    To take on resolution five from our  Top 10 Social Media Resolutions for 2010 list, we have developed a list of Twitter tips to help you get more Twitter followers and be RTed more often. Oh, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter! I’m @MLSerra, Carol Flammer is @AtlantaPR and Mitch Levinson is @mRELEVANCE. Chances are if you follow us, you’ll find the rest of the team too! Make sure to include links in your Tweets. Link to your Web… Read More

  3. Why to Use Google Wave

    To take on resolution two from our  Top 10 Social Media Resolutions for 2010 list, we had to get familiar with Google Wave. Wave lets you communicate synchronously or asynchronously with a group of people. You can post polls, lists, documents, photos, gadgets or type directly into the Wave. Currently, Wave is in a limited preview, so not all functionality is available. It is also only available by requesting an invitation be sent by Google as they are available, or… Read More

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  5. Integrating Social Media Into Workflow

    Do you have a social media strategy and policy? How do you work social networking into your daily routine so that it is effective but not overwhelming?  As marketers, we know that social media requires thought and strategy in order to be effective…and that strategy and thought require time, effort and experience. Not to mention, surfing social media in your free time because you are looking for a long lost friend on Facebook is much different time to spend than… Read More

  6. Get a Gravatar and a Disqus Account

    Here is Tip 3 from our Top 10 Social Media Resolutions for 2010 list:  Get a Gravatar and a Disqus Account. Tired of seeing a generic icon when you post blogs or comment on them? Then get a Gravatar! A globally recognized avatar, a Gravatar is a picture that is associated with your email address. Because the image is linked to your email address rather than uploaded on each individual site; your Gravatar will follow you from site to site,… Read More

  7. 10 New Year’s Resolutions for 2010

    Happy New Year! The team at mRELEVANCE has been busy putting together our top 10 social media resolutions for 2010. These are tasks that will benefit your business and help you communicate more effectively in the New Year.  Let us know if you have specific questions about our resolutions; however, we plan to post a blog about each of them in 2010! Create a Social Media Policy (Carol Flammer thinks this should be on the top of everyone’s list. You… Read More