Copyblogger removed comments and their Facebook page and I agree 100%

2021-02-23T15:54:42+00:00November 14th, 2014|TILT Your Marketing|

This morning, I saw an interesting article from The Social Marketers about Copyblogger’s move to remove comments from their website and their Facebook page. I disagreed with their stance on it, and support Copyblogger for making the move I just made. Let’s break this down a bit. Who the hell is Copyblogger?! If you’re not in the content marketing industry,

#Hashtag Etiquette: What not to do, and what you should be doing

2021-02-23T16:52:12+00:00July 29th, 2014|TILT Your Marketing|

This article was featured on [Trinidad & Tobago Online]. For the last few years, #hashtags have migrated from Twitter and have spread their colonies across the social media networking world. They are very helpful for social media marketers who run promotions on social networks and it brings the world together in global conversations. However, not everyone is cognisant of how

Bad Customer Service will Hurt your Social Media Impact

2021-02-23T16:55:22+00:00October 14th, 2013|TILT Your Marketing|

Don’t you hate it when you ask a question and you don’t get a response? Yeah, I hate it too. However, customer service is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about social media. Customer service is a key foundation element of social media and a key to its success. Most businesses have a public online

Social Media 101

2021-02-23T16:54:23+00:00October 13th, 2013|TILT Your Marketing|

There are many social media 101 articles out there, but this is a comprehensive guide to the social media novice. Social Media Marketing is not rocket science, but there is a wrong and a right way to do it. The question most often asked is “are we doing this right?” Most of the time, the answer is ‘wrong’, and it’s

Facebook: You’re doing it WRONG!

2021-02-23T16:52:49+00:00August 13th, 2013|TILT Your Marketing|

I've been involved in social media long enough to notice something - not all brands from Trinidad should be on Facebook. Most people are just doing it wrong. They have a lot of likes, but little interaction, and that is the part where they are falling short. Social media is supposed to be social, not a page with 2000+ likes

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