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Dealing With Non Profit Proliferation in Social Media

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Ask Stacey Monk of Epic Change, the organization that launched Tweetsgiving and raised money to help build a school in Tanzania in 2008. Time 18:38 It used to be back in the day, that all you needed do is be on social media and your non-profit cause was welcome with open arms. Ask Stacey Monk of Epic Change, the organization that. Hitting on a single topic in marketing, social media and business communications. Quick and to the point. Time 18:38 It used to be back in the day, that all you needed do is be on social media and your non-profit cause was welcome with open arms. Ah the good [.]

Dealing With Non Profit Proliferation in Social Media

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Ask Stacey Monk of Epic Change, the organization that launched Tweetsgiving and raised money to help build a school in Tanzania in 2008. [.] Time 18:38 It used to be back in the day, that all you needed do is be on social media and your non-profit cause was welcome with open arms. Ask Stacey Monk of Epic Change, the organization that. Hitting on a single topic in marketing, social media and business communications. Quick and to the point. Time 18:38 It used to be back in the day, that all you needed do is be on social media and your non-profit cause was welcome with open arms.

Marketing - It’s Not Who You Know It’s Who Knows You

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His LinkedIn profile is his window to others and visa versa, He created a physical world networking format called LinkedIn Live which celebrated its first anniversary in 2008. Time 16:43. All the other words on this blog help address that single slogan. He has more than 6000 contacts on LinkedIn, and they all know him. Giving to the community. 2. Introducing people. 3. Paul, MN food shelf.

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Share on StumbleUpon Tags: monetize , P&G , social network , social relationships This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 at 7:17 am and is filed under blogging , business marketing , marketing , social media , social network. Tom OBrien Says: November 20th, 2008 at 8:53 am Hi Albert: You nailed it with this post. What should I do? “Who said this is media?

Content Marketing Playbook: Strategy and Roadmap

Conclusion 31 Table of Contents ULTIMATE CONTENT STRATEGIST PLAYBOOK CONTENTLY3 In 2008, General Electric CMO Beth Comstock had just. ULTIMATE CONTENT STRATEGIST PLAYBOOK CONTENTLY1 The Ultimate Content Strategist. Playbook No. 2: Strategy and Roadmap Copyright © 2015 Contently. All rights reserved. contently.com By Joe Lazauskas ULTIMATE CONTENT STRATEGIST PLAYBOOK CONTENTLY2 I. conference.

Don’t Believe the Social Media Hype – It’s as Old as the Rotary Club

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Time 23:42. It's nutty, plenty of companies are running around trying to figure out social media. The answer and examples are right under your nose. It dawned on me while watching Jeff Pulver go through his networking techniques at a recent social media breakfast in Minneapolis. Pulver creates a meeting of the digital and physical worlds. Jeff Pulver @ SMBMSP from Albert Maruggi on Vimeo.

“What in heaven’s name made you think you could monetize the real estate in which somebody is breaking up with their girlfriend?�

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Apologies for the long headline, but that quote from Ted McConnell, general manager-interactive marketing and innovation at Procter & Gamble Co, will go down as one of the greatest business quotes of all time. He said it in a recent speech where he questioned whether marketers have a place in social media. He doesn't even like the words social media! More Movement Than Market. Imagine that.

Does Transparency Mean An Open Kimono?

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Time 12:48. misnomer of social media is how some interpret the definition of transparency of information. It doesn't mean opening your kimono for all to see your company's warts. Shel Holtz and John C. Havens thoroughly explore this topic in their new book Tactical Transparency: how leaders can leverage social media to maximize value and build their brand. Let's take football for example.

Twitter Means Business and Then Some

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Time 22:51. One part chat room, one part instant messenger, and one part blog, the microblogging platform Twitter has gained in credibility and usefulness among businesses and journalists. don't want to say popularity, although it has 3.2 million users , because this word is less meaningful. journalist to his core, Ojeda has been with the St. For example, there is a Twitter public media category.

Coca-Cola is Social by Nature, Big Brands and Social Media

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Time 22:14. How do big corporate brands implement social media? One answer is, they don't, their customers do it for them. That's one way, others include: Providing social tools – Facebook applications or widgets. Cause collaboration – Supporting in dollars and actions a cause involving company and customers. Fast Forward to Today. That last part is what makes it dynamic for Coke.

Ford Has Social Media Personality and its Scott Monty, Plus the Mustang

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Time 19:32. Social media continues to work its way around the innovative companies in the Fortune 500. It pays when you have products that can inspire an emotional commitment, oh say like a ‘65 Mustang. Ford is laying out a great social media plan for the introduction of the 2010 Mustang model. Monty also authors the Social Media Marketing blog. Marketing Edge Contest.

Keeping a social network rolling, America’s RV community

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OK, I'll admit it, I'm a freak for RVs. All kinds, Class A, Class C, even conversion vans have a soft spot in my heart. Maybe it's because of the feeling of freedom I get on the open road, or the sheer comfort of some of these beautiful home away from home on wheels. Today I spent sometime with total strangers, yet they were as friendly as my next door neighbors. Paul, MN at the state fairgrounds.

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Subscribe to our RSS feed for our Marketing Edge podcast follow Albert Maruggi at [link] Marketing Edge » Blog Archive » 2008 full of spices for corporate marketers – REI potential is just one example The Marketing Edge blog and podcast The Marketing Edge, one of the longest running marketing and public relations podcasts. Says: January 3rd, 2008 at 10:59 pm Excellent post!

The boobs have it, the biggest PR blunder since New Coke

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A horse with Hooters, now that's classy. It caught me off guard this morning when I read stories about Hooters joining on as a new co-sponsor for this year's Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Big Brown, just in time for a likely triple crowning of the thoroughbred. mean, this is a horse named after UPS, you know brown trucks, brown uniforms. And what do winning horses have? Speed. You bet

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2008 is the Casey Kasem era of social media. Share on StumbleUpon This entry was posted on Monday, January 7th, 2008 at 12:04 pm and is filed under new media. Michael Benidt Says: January 8th, 2008 at 7:14 am Wanna’ see a place where all the people who want to sell you the dream of making the “A&# list? Albert Maruggi Says: January 10th, 2008 at 2:24 pm Thanks for the comment Mike, and the link to a crazy site. I try to keep my stock up with family, friends, clients, and the like. I don’t know I buy into being a traded commodity. What should I do?

Marketers can drink it up at the Tiki Bar and the new short form genre

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Time 20:22. Tiki Bar TV is one of the most popular vidcasts. This wonderful comedy short-form with colorful characters and a winning drink recipe at the end of every show is an excellent example of great work in this new genre — one in which marketers can access a community of fans. Tosca Musk of Musk Entertainment is the producer of Tiki Bar TV. ” They even invited me over for a drink.

MN GOP caucus location search phrase yields Obama google ad - nice

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Just a quick post to give Senator Obama a pat on the back. I did a google search for MN GOP caucus locations and the Google Ad at the top was Where to Caucus for Obama. Now that's really reaching out to the other side. You would think one of the other GOP candidates would have ranked high organically or paid given that search term. So the issue is does it really matter?

Retailer Best Buy internal social network gives employees voice and management insights

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Time 14:03. Gary Koelling and Steve Bendt were Best Buy advertising guys in search of better information about the customer experience. Their first stop was the blue shirt sales associates on the floor of Best Buy stores who interact with customers everyday. In their quest they developed an internal communications platform that generated thousands of conversations across the company.

Retailers Taking to Facebook One Way or Another

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Cohen's firm, Rosetta, monitored uses of Fan pages by major retailers overtime from May to September of 2008. highlight from the piece; “A September 2008 study by Rosetta (formerly Brulant) that focused on the top 100 online retailers in the US found that 59 had a fan page on Facebook, up from 30 in May 2008. For a little background on my perspective on retailers and how they can assemble a comprehensive online strategy, dial back into the archives of the Marketing Edge blog to January 3, 2008 and the potential social media play for REI. Time 14:22.

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His LinkedIn profile is his window to others and visa versa, He created a physical world networking format called LinkedIn Live which celebrated its first anniversary in 2008. Share on StumbleUpon Tags: Chuck Hester , Hester , LinkedIn , networking , Personal Brand This entry was posted on Friday, December 26th, 2008 at 6:32 pm and is filed under marketing , social network. What should I do? Host Albert Maruggi weaves his 25 years of marketing and PR experience across business, technology and national public affairs in interviews with newsmakers, authors and business leaders.

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If you want to use the widget for this Motrin ad question here is the code: Share on StumbleUpon Tags: baby sling , moms , Motrin This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 18th, 2008 at 11:40 am and is filed under advertising , blogger relations , brand management , marketing. Responses to “Motrin’s Big Pain&# Debbie Petras Says: November 18th, 2008 at 11:48 am Albert- The Quick Comments widget is clearly visible on this post. Liz Says: November 18th, 2008 at 12:42 pm Cool opinion tool! What should I do? You can also provide more details than a word in the text box.

Santa Uses Giftag!

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In my Xmas 2008 list I have warm and toasty long johns (I live in Minnesota, give me a break) from REI, and at Best Buy, an excellent Samsung 46" 1080p flat panel HDTV for an unbelievable price. Time 43:24. Oh, God, now don't be getting all upset about me saying Santa uses Giftag. Can you prove Santa doesn't use Giftag? Exactly. So there. Giftag is the new gift-registry builder and community platform from Best Buy's social media team. The best part about it is — get this — it is based on the fundamental principle that the social web is, well, social. That's my favorite part.

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Leave a comment here or call the comment line 206-600-6887 Share on StumbleUpon Tags: brand journalism , David Meerman Scott , newsroom This entry was posted on Monday, October 13th, 2008 at 11:02 pm and is filed under corporate marketing , marketing , social media. Britton Manasco Says: October 21st, 2008 at 6:59 pm Interesting. I’m not sure whether it makes sense for marketing departments to turn themselves into newsrooms, however. What should I do? The Marketing Edge blog and podcast The Marketing Edge, one of the longest running marketing and public relations podcasts.

How are presidential campaigns and parties using social media

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For example - Divided We Fail sponsored by AARP, Business Roundtable and other groups, Clean and Fair Campaign 2008 a group set up on Facebook by members of the Public Relations Society of America, PRSA The Story of Stuff with Annie Lenoard, the National Right to Work among many others. I normally don’t get into politics on this blog, and I’m not going to start now. That’s why I wrote this political piece for Media Bullseye about the use of social media in this year’s presidential campaign. Share them with your fellow readers

Best PR and SEO Tactics

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Time 28:49. What’s in a word? Plenty. Not just a word, but the right word at the right time in the right places can catapult your company to the top of the Google heap. As a former journalist, I’m always thinking about the news angle, whether it’s for clients, this podcast, or the pure enjoyment of staying on top of the issue. The beauty of this is, search engines think like news people as well. The major search engines pick up trends across the net, reward in-bound links to your page, and give recognition to first movers. VigiLanz is a client). YOU COMMENT WE GIVE FOOD. Happy New Year.

Three Elements of a Winning Blog Post

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I’m a fan, friend, and peer of Lee Odden. His blog post on the Top Rank Blog today is about the best social media podcasts. It is classic in that it serves several purposes. Provides helpful information for the community (key to all of social media). Taps the interests and mention of his post by the people he writes about (you know you want people talking about what your are writing). Drives traffic from several networks by adding a voting component (Ain’t that the idea?). You know it’s like who does your doctor go to type of thing. Gee, what’s Odden up to now, let’s go take a look.”

Five Ways PR Will Adapt to the Next Generation Newsroom

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Time 30:05. What would a newsroom look like if you built it from scratch today? That was the question answered by a project sponsored by the Knight Foundation and conducted at the Chronicle, the student newspaper of Duke University. It was led by Chris O’Brien, who in addition to being project manager for the Next Generation Newsroom, is a business columnist for the San Jose Mercury News. The beauty of this project is that it’s not just research and concept; the blueprint of the next newsroom is now a proposal being considered by Duke University. Paul, MN, food shelter. Please stop.

This is Classic New Thinking by Seth Godin Tapping New Media

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Seth Godin strikes again. When MBA's are a dime a dozen, and most formal, traditional education is struggling to deliver information that is not obsolete by the time the graduate walks out into the real world, Godin offers a higher education program with mutual benefit. It's a twist and from my perspective a combination professional volunteer effort, executive MBA, and marketing version of The Apprentice (of Donald Trump fame) program. So here's the deal. Six months working with Seth Godin and his team on a new project. Is this something where you will get to do what you want? Absolutely.

Motrin’s Big Pain

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Edgy advertising can sometimes cut the wrong way. Motrin is finding that out the social media way as mommy bloggers, Twitter Moms, and even a few dads are chiming in regarding an ad about fashionable baby carrying techniques. It's not like this is a new trend — baby slings have been around for a long time. The latest fashion, combined with the ability to comment on it, is what is giving Motrin a migraine. What are your thoughts about baby slings and social media-savvy moms giving Motrin a piece of their mind? You can also provide more details than a word in the text box.

Breaking Through Same Old Health Care Marketing

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Time 17:44. Who knew that all we needed was a urine cup and syringe mascots with Facebook pages to get people to use the online services of HealthPartners? In this podcast with Larissa Rodriquez, director of care delivery marketing for HealthPartners, we’ll uncover the story behind Petey and Pokey. First major criteria for healthcare marketing – Accepting that doing what everyone else is doing will not get you noticed. HealthPartners has a business objective of driving greater usage of its online self-service options. Some messages are serious matters of life and death.

The Tech Economy & Social Media

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I enjoyed George Colony and Forrester's exceptional work in research and analysis for more than a decade. Like Colony, I have lived through the 90s enterprise tech ascent and the ‘01 free fall. Recently Colony listed 5 reasons this tech recession will be different. Colony contends that technology will be down but not out in part because technology is more prevalent in our daily lives than in the past. Let me highlight his fourth reason by citing it directly here because it involves social media, Colony writes, “4) Customers live on tech. This is an old and tired perspective. And you

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Share on StumbleUpon Tags: online community , RV , social network This entry was posted on Tuesday, July 15th, 2008 at 11:03 pm and is filed under marketing , social network. One Response to “Keeping a social network rolling, America’s RV community&# Mari Smith Says: July 30th, 2008 at 2:32 pm Fabulous post, Albert. What should I do? Host Albert Maruggi weaves his 25 years of marketing and PR experience across business, technology and national public affairs in interviews with newsmakers, authors and business leaders. Paul, MN at the state fairgrounds.

The New Newsroom – What’s in Your Company?

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Time 9:14. Here's a new way to look at your marketing department, as a newsroom. Because it is a powerful way to tell a story, a way to insert your company into news cycles, a way to be a part of the action, a way to be a thought leader, and a way to create dynamic valued information that works with a sales cycle. Companies are not limited to brochures, more importantly; their audiences are accustomed to getting all kinds of formats, when and where they want it. Here is a list to help determine if your company can tap into a newsroom. Do you have internal or access to expertise in your field.

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Share on StumbleUpon Tags: marketing books , Stephen Baker This entry was posted on Monday, August 4th, 2008 at 2:08 pm and is filed under marketing. About Us What We Do Spotlight Case Studies Contact Us Team Experience Public Relations Social Media Consulting Digital Content Production Health Care Communication News & Updates Marketing Edge Blog & Podcast Events News & Updates Marketing Edge Blog & Podcast Events Dear Provident Partners, I have a problem. What should I do? Maruggi is a frequent speaker and conducts workshop sessions on new media.

Crisis Communication Lesson #1 Write Down What You’d Change

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So there I am minding my own business scanning Twitter and David Mullen follows me. think, hey who’s this Mullen character, check his profile, then blog (which is my standard procedure before following) and read his piece What My Toddler Taught Me About Crisis Communication. It's a solid piece. Having five kids, my life is in a constant state of crisis, I mean really why limit it to just the toddler stage. David looks too young in his twitter picture to have teenagers, unless he does the politician’s trick and use a picture from 20 years ago. feel like that all the time.

A great year ahead for the Society for New Communications Research

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The Society of New Communications Research named its 2008 fellows today , and I’m lucky enough and honored to be one of them. look forward to working with my colleagues at SNCR as social media is used by more individuals for personal and professional reasons. I’m also looking forward to seeing many of you (SNCR colleagues, my blog readers and plenty of other smart people) at the 2008 New Comm Forum; I’m speaking in the “strategies for PR & corporate communications&# track

The times are changing for journalism - MinnPost is out ahead

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Time 28:03. My guest on this edition of the Marketing Edge and I were on a panel a while back discussing how journalism is changing. Joel Kramer has spent his career in journalism. He was the editor of the Minneapolis Star Tribune for the majority of the 1980s and served as president and publisher through much of the 1990s. The landscape for journalism in this decade is like nothing this respected newsman has ever seen. Kramer explains he thought he was ready to walk away from news, but the challenge of shaping journalism in this new media era was too much a part of him to go unanswered.

Social Media and the Financial Pains of Wall Street

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Early this morning www.twitter.com/newsgang shared this article from CNN.com about how Wall Street arrived at its financial crisis and how to avoid it in the future. It highlights how short-sightedness and incentive compensation plans contributed to taking on higher risk. Another aspect of the crisis is how financially connected we are globally. It is a long held belief of mine that some aspects of our corporate culture, finance, and legal to name two, need to change if social media is to become integrated into America's regular business environment.

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Share on StumbleUpon Tags: Best Buy , Fingerhut , General Mills , MIMA , Target This entry was posted on Thursday, May 15th, 2008 at 8:59 am and is filed under new media , social media. No One and That’s a Problem&# Douglas Pollei Says: May 15th, 2008 at 12:04 pm It was nice to have the big companies participate Target, General Mills, BestBuy and Fingerhut all had good representation. kraabel Says: May 15th, 2008 at 1:46 pm Well, we’re listening. I’ll chat with our technical team about getting a player up there. Connie Bensen Says: May 17th, 2008 at 8:14 pm [.]

When presidential brands merge - Obama & Clinton

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Quelch poses a clean, concise list of 5 major rules for branding that I have chosen to apply to the 2008 presidential Democrat ticket, specifically with the idea as some are advocating that an Obama/Clinton ticket is a smart choice. I copied these 5 Rules for Successful Brands from a wonderful post at Gigacom [link] The writer is Carleen Hawn. The rules are from John Quelch. Mr. Quelch is a non-executive director of WPP Group plc, the world's second largest marketing services company, and of Pepsi Bottling Group. He served previously as a director of Reebok International.