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Jennifer Bright and Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH of Mommy MD Guides and 411 Voices How did you become involved with 411 Voices? I replied to a HARO query and my business partner, Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH, and I had the good fortune to be interviewed by 411 Voices founding-member Louise Sattler for her radio show. […]Continue reading
6 Social Media Engagement Tips By Shara Lawrence-Weiss The term engagement is over-used, I know. I’m not sure of an alternative term that is more effective, though. We could try things like: 1. Connect with 2. Talk to 3. Respond to 4. Reply to 5. Ask questions of 6. Be open to… Please note: not […]Continue reading
A special report: Morrison & Foerster’s popular Socially Aware Blog is out this week with a thought-provoking infographic that delves into Americans’ increasing obsession with social media, along with their increasingly fractured attention spans. Some of the statistics MoFo has compiled might surprise you: • The amount of time the average person spent monthly on […]Continue reading
It’s been a while since I offered you Twitter Tips. I’ve got so many posts on our blog about this topic already but the time has come for an updated article. This time I thought I’d mix things up a bit by telling you how to STINK at Twitter. It’s not hard to do. I’m […]Continue reading
Recently, someone on twitter asked if I could share a little advice… What’s the best way for a business owner to tweet, share their information, but not offend followers or friends? How do you tweet without annoying people with your business tweets, offerings and sales? It’s been quite some time since I wrote a “twitter […]Continue reading
Years ago, small businesses relied almost solely on word of mouth, local fliers, doorstep ads, business cards and so on. If they could afford it, they’d pay for magazine or newspaper ads. If they had a large advertising budget the business would promote on TV or radio. Things have changed. Any small business can promote […]Continue reading