How do you use social media to market a nonprofit organization? K.P. Kelly found out almost by accident. He was just trying to lend a hand and it turned into his own nonprofit. Hear K.P.’s story and recommendations for using social media to promote nonprofits and small organizations. He also tells us about his upcoming 255 mile run across Ohio to raise money and awareness for charity. [Read more…]
Marketing Group Therapy Podcast
Great employees make great companies. If you’re doing it right, your greatest asset is inside your doors already. They are your internal customers aka, your employees. I recently had a talk with Brian Fanzo (@iSocialFanz) of Broadsuite about how your employees can be a vital part of your social media marketing strategy. [Read more…]
When you think about branding your business or organization, what comes to mind? Your logo? Your tagline? Sari Gabbay is the owner of U2R1 Media and she’s here to tell you the truth about branding. Can you handle it? [Read more…]
Darren Baldwin is an eCommerce marketer that knows how to build a successful business with very little. When he joined Dungarees.net, they were still managing products and inventory with Excel spreadsheets. Today, they are an Internet Retailer Top 1000 company. [Read more…]
Christopher Brereton has a passion for nonprofit organizations and helping them do a better job at marketing through technology. We talk about the evolution from the original PictureHealing service to the current mobile app development company, PwrdBy.
I ask the big question — Who really needs an app? The answer may surprise you. [Read more…]
Chris Monteleone is the CEO and co-founder of the new social media platform Sweigh. It’s a fun app that gives you 140 characters to pose a question and give the Sweigh community two options for answers. Users swipe left or right to vote for their favorite answer.
Could Sweigh be the next big start-up to be acquired by Facebook? How many of you had ever heard of WhatsApp before the acquisition a few months ago? What could be so special about an app that few in the US knew existed? It reached a target market that was seen as virtually impossible to penetrate. A HUGE market. [Read more…]