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10 Steps to a Successful Social Media Strategy, Part I; Social Media Marketing Goals & Objectives

Strategy – the preeminent component of your social media marketing efforts. Without it, the question, “what’s the ROI from my social media marketing efforts” cannot even be answered or addressed accurately. When I hear people say “I’m not getting results from social media,” my first question to them is “where is your social media strategy?” […] Read more

Home Remedies for Removing Fruit Flies

I had to write this blog post because these dang insects are driving me nuts, I’m sure there’s someone out there in my tribe who’s getting driven nuts by them too! I will let you know which remedy works best! Post by Meghann Conter.

Sep, 04, 2013


Embed Facebook Posts on Your Website/Blog!

Have you seen? You can embed public Facebook posts on your blog or website!! This example is from my Facebook page and is posted as a blog post on my WordPress blog: Post by Your Social Source. So, what is this good for? Giving Facebook posts with good engagement more views Getting visual, engaging content […] Read more

New Facebook Feature – Photo Comments!

Quick Update: You can now comment with a photo on updates… via your personal profile…   Cool, huh? Much more fun to engage with a photo… and perhaps this will result in me using far less emoticons to convey my sarcasm or other emotion. I can just take “selfies” of my reaction to someone’s post: […] Read more

Jun, 19, 2013


Social Media Engagement Success – It’s All in the Foundation

A question I get frequently from small business owners is “how do I get more fan engagement” This point usually points to the lack of a developed content strategy, or the need to tweak their existing strategy. As marketers of any brand, there are two assets to work with – time and money. Large companies […] Read more

Why Leaders Who Produce Regular Quality Content Will Win

A concept I learned many years ago, which has helped me understand the psychology of Internet users and my clients, is known as the 90-9-1 theory of Participation Inequality. Studied and reported first and most by Will Hill and Jakob Nielsen. This theory states that, on the Internet, 90% of users are lurkers, producing almost […] Read more

Best Bootcamps in Denver, Blunt Force Training

I see a lot of posts for bootcamps that say things like “no more excuses,” “blast your fat,” but really none of that language appeals to me. What I love about Blunt Force Training is that the trainers are personable and they care about you and what you want to create in your life, there is a […] Read more

Networking Tips: Online or Offline, Connection is Everything

Whether you are just starting out in business or you’ve owned a company for years, you know that connections and authentic relationships are everything. And if you are a newbie entrepreneur, chances are you’ll spend a good amount of time your first couple of years running around town having way too many coffee meetings, resulting […] Read more

Apr, 16, 2013


GOTCHA! How to Market a Product or Service Visually

If you’re reading this blog post it’s probably because the image that goes along with it grabbed your attention. If not, you are now looking for the image within this blog post and you’re going to read it. Perhaps you came to this blog post from Pinterest, or maybe from Facebook or Twitter or an […] Read more

People Love Bacon

How do you, as the content producer for your company, create compelling content for your social media sites? Make your content engaging and appealing to your target market. Simple. A recent article in Fast Company, called the Art of Dialogue said “brands ought to start acting less like things and more like people, and they […] Read more

Jan, 24, 2013


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