Social media marketing advice typically comes with a lot of “Do’s” – things you must do or attempt to be successful. But this morning I woke up thinking about the “Don’ts” … and maybe that’s because Sunday night I was reminded of a Don’t that had nothing to do with social media, but everything to do
Everything I learned about how to treat people, I learned from my mom and dad. Everything I learned about how to treat people in the business world, I learned from Dale Carnegie. More than 20 years ago, I spent almost $2,000 on Dale Carnegie training. I did this at a time when I was self-employed and
Way back in the early days of this blog (umm … that was only two months ago, Melanie), I wrote Turn one blog post into 21 shares, posts and tweets and gave advice on how to get more mileage from a blog post. After I published my most recent post, Photography Tips From Healthy-Living Blogger
Sincere, honest, approachable and genuine … or fakey, disingenuous, distant and phony? We know how we want to be perceived, right? – especially as a wellness professional where people trust us with their health, their bodies and often their hopes and dreams. People are watching us IRL (in real life), and they’re watching us online, too.
Want your blog post or Pinterest pin to stand out? Try using a list format or listicle the next time you create a social media share. (Wikipedia describes a listicle as a short-form of writing that uses a list as its thematic structure, but is fleshed out with sufficient copy to be published as an article.) For health