a social media talent marketplace
Social media is a field that a lot of companies are still trying to figure out, so they’re willing to pay knowledgeable people a good amount of money to do the work for them, which has opened the door to a whole new employment field.
In today’s world, newspaper reporters are being replaced by online bloggers and classified ad salespeople are being replaced by social media…
William Hard - New media Marketing - Big Bear city, CA
In this blog, I will outline the necessary tools need BEFORE you set up your Social Media presence. Many business owners today know they need to have Social Media but are really unaware of how much it takes to really set your business up right. The benefits can be greatly rewarded, as long as 2 principals are adhered to, pre-plan and maintenance.
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William Hard - New Media Marketing - Big Bear City, CA
Many business owners today are hearing about Social Media. They want it, but do not understand exactly how to use it. Do I set up a Facebook page? I already have a website and pay my local phone book company for a listing, they set up everything for me. Why am I on Yelp? Why on earth should I Twitter? Phone apps are for kids (read under 40 here). these are questions that I run into all the time. I personally come from a family…Continue
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The line between profound talent and profound disability is a surprisingly thin one. -Daniel Tammet
Whenever I encounter this query, I am tempted to ask in response, “What can’t LinkedIn do for you?” It can’t assure your promotion, or even promise you a gig. It won’t automatically increase your popularity or recognition in your profession. And it certainly…Continue
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If an action is not right for all situations, then it is not right for any specific situation.
ROI is a popular mandate when deciding whether to enter into the enterprise venue of Social Media in these times. ROI (Return On Investment) is a cost/benefit analysis. It requires that all costs and benefits be stated in perceptible currency. As such, it is generally much easier to quantify…Continue
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