Marketing and Social Media Round Up – 6/18/12

by Lisa Shaughnessy on June 18, 2012

in Customer Engagement, Email Marketing, Facebook, Google+, Marketing Roundup, SEO, Small Business, Social Media

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Short list this week due to deadlines and non-work stuff. Good reads though so enjoy these quick five that will help you with your social media marketing.

1. Social Media in a Nut Shell by Pam Moore. Great article on how to be human and have conversations online.

2. 10 ‘Fantastic’ Facebook Apps That Will Improve Your Social Presence by John Souza. Facebook applications you can use to beef up your online presence. Numbers 3, 6, 7 & 9 could make the most impact – check them out.

3. 10 Tips on how to do email marketing right by Wikus Engelbrecht. Everyone should be doing some level of email marketing. These tips will help you get on the right track.

4. 3 Google+ Power Users Reveal Their Secrets by Jeff Bullas. Examples of how people are using Google+ to engage their followers and gain new customers. Scroll down through the comments to get even more helpful tips.

5. 13 Tips to Combine Photos and Social Media for Greater Exposure by Heidi Cohen. More proof that images are an important part of your marketing and how to use them.

Your Turn

What articles did you find most helpful? Drop a comment and let us know.

About 

Lisa Shaughnessy is a fitness marketing professional who loves helping her clients create effective marketing and social media strategies to grow their businesses. She combined her passions for helping people, marketing and lifting heavy things to launch www.agilitysocialcues.com, a comprehensive online marketing and social media resource for fitness professionals. Lisa is the author of The New Rules of Fitness Marketing: How to Build a Successful Business Even if You Hate Selling and The Fitness Professional's Complete Guide to Online Training and wrote marketing articles for Fitness Professional Online’s monthly publication. She teaches a monthly social media seminar on a volunteer basis at the Community Business Partnership, a local non-profit. When she’s not helping her awesome clients with their marketing and social media strategies she enjoys working out, playing golf, traveling and hanging out with family and friends. Circle her on Google + Lisa Shaughnessy

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