Jenise Fryatt's Top 5 Links June 26- July 2, 2011
Excellent information here from Mashable. If you want to be found, both brick & morter-wise and online, you need to have your physical location recognized by the most important search engines. Make sure that your business is on Google places AND follow these steps to ensure you are on Facebook places as well.
My oh my did my day lighten up when I saw this post by A.R. Karthick. A lot of people shared this on Facebook. My favorite of the bunch was "Lame Book."
Excellent information by Anne Thornley-Brown. Anne is in the business of creating team-building experiences (often in exotic places) for her clients. I had the pleasure of meeting Anne when I was in Toronto recently. She gave me a warm welcome to her city and we had a great old time talking about the industry. She may be the most well-traveled, multi-culturally aware person I know. If you are in charge of putting together a team-building experience, these are excellent points to consider very early in the process.
It seems several of us bloggers were all exploring the same topic recently. Recognizing that presenting as real a persona as possible online helps you to attract blog readers/clients, how exactly is it done? Janet Callaway gives some practical tips here.
Keith Johnston of Plannerwire is a virtual fountain of excellent tips for event professionals, particularly if they are using social media. When it comes to using a blog to market your event (which should really be an essential part of any social media marketing strategy) there are few online who have written more on the subject. Here he recommends some useful plugins for those using Wordpress blogs to market an event or conference.
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