The Social Graph is About Relationships, Not Followers Perhaps the most frequently asked question in the whole social media and online marketing arena is, “Where’s the ROI?” As Gary Vaynerchuk @garyvee points… read more →
In a blog post over two years ago (see Social Media Goes Visual: Why Pinterest is More Than You Think), I started calling the next frontier of social media marketing,… read more →
3 high value Internet marketing strategies from Gary Vaynerchuk, Clay Collins and the social media sharing app Buffer’s blog are shared to make a difference in your online marketing.
The year-over-year growth in the popularity of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals illustrates why your mobile and social marketing strategies are more important than ever.
One of my mantras seems to be “it’s hard to keep track of how fast things are changing when things are changing this fast.” It really is hard to ‘grok’… read more →
The March 2013 edition of our “It’s a Wonderful Web” e-newsletter is out. It includes: Why a Basic Facebook Page is Not Effective Marketing Get QuickStarted with Google AdWords, the… read more →
The face of online video, or what I like to call The Video Web, has just grown a new “nose.” In other words, there is now a new dimension to… read more →
Thanks to a tweet by thought-leader, publisher, Tim O’Reilly, I was drawn to a video interview and then a TEDx talk from last summer, both by the very successful Silicon Valley… read more →
Pinterest is not only the fastest growing social media network, its visual quality reflects a major trend that is also expressed by Tumblr, YouTube and Instagram. This post explains why dynamic visual communications are at the heart of the next generation of social media marketing.