The month of June marked the 2 year anniversary of DGdesign as a social media marketing agency. The most important thing we have learned in the past two years is this: while the tools of social media may change, the philosophy of why social media marketing works so well is the same— people don’t want to feel like they’re being advertised to.
Guy Kawasaki was full of wisdom, tips, jokes, and Steve Jobs stories— all of which made for great live tweets that you’ll find recapped below in chronological order. I noticed Guy’s tips were not specific to social media marketing, but to effective communication in general. “Communication” meaning a 2-way exchange, which is different than the 1-way message of “advertising”. If you want to communicate with your audience, read on!
I may or may not have squeed like a fangirl when I got a Facebook app alert that a brand new app was available to download for Facebook Page admins. I’ve been wanting a more fully featured Facebook app ever since I created my first Page three years ago. However, a bit of disappointment promptly followed my app download.
In a living-room-style interview, Brian Clark, the CEO of Copyblogger, was grilled with meaty questions by his own CFO, Sean Jackson, in a joint event hosted by the Social Media Club of Dallas and DFW Search Engine Marketing Association. I’ve compiled a recap of their most-tweeted comments and concepts.
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