At the end of this month, we will be retiring our Social Media Fitness Program. Otherwise known as SM 10X30, the premise of the program is to help communication professionals, new and experienced, better utilize social media to complement their business strategies. The program provides useful tools and actionable insights in a condensed 10-day, 30-minutes-a-day format to help you understand and maximize the power of social media. The program is email-based and can be done at your leisure — you will always have the option of going back to a workout later. (more…)
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Many of you may recall a rather non-traditional, yet wildly popular haiku from Jonathan Schwartz, former CEO of Sun Microsystems, who tweeted his resignation earlier this year.
Many people involved in social media feel there is just too much information coming at them. They feel overwhelmed, and that social media just doesn’t work. This week, I received a question from an SM 10X30 participant about overexposure and information overload.
As a reminder, all questions are welcome, whether you are new to social media or are someone who is already very familiar. I love to help and chat about social media. @ me on Twitter and let’s talk!
Q. What are your suggestions in preventing overexposure and information overload when it comes to using all these social media sites? Can you recommend a percentage mix of content and conversation to keep your fans and followers interested? (more…)
In this installment of “Tips,” I answer questions submitted by SM 10X30 participants about some more advanced topics involving Facebook.
As a reminder, all questions are welcome whether you are new to social media or are already very familiar. I love to help and chat about social media. Get exclusive tips, photos, and videos by joining our Facebook page.
Q. How does a (Facebook) fan page become a fan of another page? (more…)
In this weekly series, SM 10X30 fitness trainer and resident social media specialist Nick Shin answers selected questions from program participants, offering tips and insights to help you make the most of your training.
Hi folks. In last week’s Tips from the Trainer, I answered questions about username availability and how limiting your profile affects your social networking. This week, I decided to answer questions specific to Twitter and Facebook.
How do I change my username on Twitter? Why would I want to change my username? How do I cancel a Twitter account so I can reuse my email address? (more…)
After an intense workout session, a recovery period is essential for muscle rejuvenation, inner reflection and whole-body relaxation. If you’re an SM 10X30 participant working hard to complete our social media “workouts,” the same applies to you.
In this weekly series, SM 10X30 fitness trainer and resident social media specialist Nick Shin answers selected questions from program participants, offering tips and insights to help you make the most of your training. (more…)
By way of this quick post, I want to officially welcome everyone who has already signed up for our free Social Media Fitness Program, SM10x30. Within 24 hours of the program’s launch, we had more than 300 people register, and response to the concept of ‘getting fit, fast, with social media’ has been overwhelmingly positive.
Created to help PR, IR and marketing communications professionals to better understand the how’s, why’s, so what’s and what’s-in-it-for-me’s of social media, the daily workouts and program exercises will show you the benefits of getting active in social media, and show you how it can help your business. (more…)