Bill Lublin on July 14th, 2009

Tweet Learn Social Media and get Perfect Abs in 97 Minutes! I just got an email with the subject line “How to get Social Networking and SEO Savvy in 90 Minutes”. The email was promoting, in a very old school, spammy kind of way, a webinar that promised that I would “..learn the ins and […]

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Bill Lublin on February 24th, 2009

Tweet in public, but not for public, originally uploaded by Will Lion. With the proliferation of social networking, life stream and micro-blogging sites, content has clearly become king. With such a large quantity of content the issue of quality and focus becomes even more important in helping writers to foster their on-line reputation. With that […]

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Bill Lublin on November 13th, 2008

Tweet One of the benefits of being a Social Media Marketing Company is that the job is not geo-tagged to any specific location. So I get to travel and talk about stuff that I enjoy. Recently I was in Seattle speaking to a Group of Professionals in Seattle, and then traveled to Orlando where I […]

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Bill Lublin on October 27th, 2008

Tweet An article published on AdWeek.com states according to Forrester Research U.S. consumers are flocking¬† social networks in such quantities that the activity of Social Networking is now mainstream. Forrester’s survey indicated that this year marked significant growth for social media.¬† A consumer poll done in the second quarter of 2008 found that 75 percent […]

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Bill Lublin on October 8th, 2008

Tweet We talk a lot about transparency and relevance in blog writing. It seems obvious to this is a platform where people come to be informed or educated, or to read about varying opinions or perspectives. And it seems just as obvious that self-serving blogging doesn’t work. A study created by Adam Sarner, an analyst […]

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