Somewhere between spending four years of college writing papers and becoming a copywriter, I like to think I’ve become a good writer. At least I hope so because I do get paid for it. At the same time, emailing has become a ubiquitous form of communication, but yet it’s a tool that most people don’t…Continue reading 10 Tips for Effective Emailing
A new year brings new outlooks. For the past few weeks I’ve been reading lots of resolutions/non-resolutions posts and thinking about what I see happening in 2014. While I can’t say I’ve found a functional magic 8 ball, I came up with lists of 3 key themes that I see as relevant for social media…Continue reading What’s to Come in 2014?
UPDATE AS OF TUESDAY, JANUARY 21ST: Due to the snowstorm, we will be postponing tonight’s seminar to next Tuesday, January 28th. Thank you! Stay tuned to our eventbrite for details and tickets! ——– UPDATE AS OF MON JAN 6th, 2014: Part 2 and 3 are just $15 each or $25 for both. Part 2 has…Continue reading Partnership: Transition & Social Media Seminars
A little over a month ago, I attended two totally separate social media events: the Long Island Digital Summit on April 9th and then a Real Estate and Social Media Symposium at the Real Estate Institute at Stony Brook University on April 19th. Usually when I attend social media events, I’ve pretty much come to expect…Continue reading How do people in power positions think of social media?
Today was my first day at Social Media Week 2013 in New York City! Since time is of the essence I will only bee blogging in English, but if anyone would like Spanish translations I’ll be more than happy to provide them after the event is done or answer questions in the comments. On that…Continue reading Social Media Week 2013: Day 1