Getting your blog noticed & shared #SMSS13

Last week’s sessions of the the Social Media Success Summit 2013 included two great presenters who discussed blog marketing: Marcus Sheridan, discussing ‘How to make your blog stand out in a noisy world’ Jeff Bullas, talking ‘How to create blog posts people love to share’. Each presenter took a slightly different angle (and style —Continue reading “Getting your blog noticed & shared #SMSS13”

A picture tells a thousand words #SMSS13

As mentioned previously, I’m ‘attending’ the Social Media Success Summit (#SMSS13 on Twitter) this month, and the good stuff to share keeps on coming. This time the topic is Instagram, and specifically, ‘How to succeed on Instagram: A brand panel’. This photo-sharing smartphone application started out as a tool for individuals to share images ‘instantly’ butContinue reading “A picture tells a thousand words #SMSS13”

Rethinking social media marketing #SMSS13

Today is the first day of the Social Media Success Summit — the biggest online summit of its kind in the world, and I’m attending. There are more than 3000 participants signed-up from around the globe, and it runs for a 11 days throughout October. I’m ‘attending’ in the sense that I am signed up, paidContinue reading “Rethinking social media marketing #SMSS13”

Are you a phubber?

Phubber: Someone who engages in phubbing.  Phubbing: The act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention to them.  ‘Stop Phubbing’ is a campaign against bad mobile etiquette developed by a Melbourne university student while on work experience, and it is slowly making its way around the world.Continue reading “Are you a phubber?”

Camp Gyno rules

After years of advertising sanitary products in a way that was, well, too sanitary and not real, a young girl has come along and said (literally) everything that has needed to be said for a long time. The Camp Gyno campaign is for ‘Hello Flo‘, a mail order business designed to send ‘care packages’ ofContinue reading “Camp Gyno rules”