Archive for the Social Media Category

Twitter Tips and Tricks for 2015

Twitter Tips and Tricks for 2015 Engage:  There are 5 million Tweets are posted every day! RT people who are using your hashtag Get your colleagues to RT your content Pick a unique hashtag to your brand Use DataMinr to check your Twitter […]

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Crisis Communications at IU

When you’re as big as Big Red (aka Indiana University), there’s limited worrying about brand recognition. But crisis communications? That’s another matter. Indiana University’s Mark Land spoke at the Hoosier PRSA luncheon recently in a brief give-and-take with Inside Indiana Business Host Gerry […]

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The Social Media Story of “Chef”

If you haven’t seen “Chef,” the movie, it will be a flick frozen in time for how Twitter works (right now). Jon Favreau’s up and downs as a chef gone viral with a critic rant is pretty spot on. Now, whether a food […]

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Owning Your Brand in Social Media

Do you mine your data for use in social media? If not, you’re missing out on being cost-effective and engaging – whether targeting consumers, voters, members or anyone in between. Here are four important social media lessons from Teddy Goff, who was digital […]

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Spotting the Social Media Fakes & Phonies

In the Twitter world, we’re all besotted by big numbers, rankings and top scores. We get it. But let’s take a look at how to spot the top dogs from the junkyard yappers. Control your Twitter destiny and find out whether your competitors […]

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Indiana Politics, Beer and #TweetSeats in Social Media

Indiana Politics, Beer and #TweetSeats in social media. These are not necessarily odd companions, but Indiana’s new governor did invite a select few to the Statehouse for his televised #INSOS address – and the few invited to the special VIP invite from Mike […]

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