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Social Media update

My great experiment with trying to ramp up yet understand what’s going  in in the new Social Media world is making milestones. Just today I crossed the 200 connection mark on LinkedIn, and now have 58 friends in facebook. I’ve joined numerous social media groups, including becoming fans of several clients, industry organizations, and other network groups. I can see the number of these could mushroom seriously so I hope it doesn’t become overwhelming. Well, more overwhelming.

The intent is not to brag about what I’m doing but to set the stage and ask what you’re doing in the social media. So go ahead and click on the comment link below this  post and tell us what social media you’re on and what you’re learning about it.

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http://www.linkedin.com/in/sidraisch

Marketing Plan Goes All Social

The Mouse Car

The Mouse Car

“When your corporate car has ears and a tail, you can pretty much get away with anything,” – Barry Murray, Truly Nolen director of marketing and public relations.

A very successful national franchise pest control company has taken it’s marketing plan online in a big way. This shows that there may be a future where marketing is completely different, but with Truly Nolen, marketing has always been Truly different. See what they’re up to.

Many of you are probably wondering, “Why is Sid spending so much time on this stuff?” Sometimes I wonder myself. There certainly isn’t any money in it at this point in the game. I’m not sure there will be. My motive for investing this time is that I see a huge sweeping transition in the way marketing is done coming. Although I feel so far behind and don’t see myself getting ahead of the curve on this, I want to get somewhere near it so I can help my clients understand the potential, their need to move on it, and identify resources to help them when it is time for them to go-social.

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