Last updated on December 22nd, 2015
There’s just something special about Wednesday. The woes of Monday have come and gone. The weekend, full of relaxation and play, is within reach, and that calls for a celebration. At SEO-e, we are all about celebrating social media’s marketing geniuses in “Social Wednesday.” We find online marketing’s brightest stars that you can follow to learn about the latest technologies, tricks and tips.
Meandering through Twitter-space I came upon Kevin Lane Skarritt (@skarritt), Chief Peep (his words, not mine!) and CEO of Flock Marketing, a 19-year-old agency that teaches small businesses innovative brand and social media engagement strategies. As if his clever cover photo featuring Grumpy Cat is not enough reason to check out his Twitter account, he tweets about social media—from tips to news to strange but true stories. Recent tweets include, “Governments recognize the importance of social media for effective communication” and “China police seize 62 in social-networking porn crackdown.” (The latter falls into the “strange but true stories”). Follow him on Twitter to be in-the-know about all things social media.
In the throng of Facebook duck face selfies I discovered Pam Moore’s Facebook page with a timeline rich in marketing advice. She is a self-proclaimed “Social biz speaker, trainer, consultant and CEO of Marketing Nutz,” a social brand, digital marketing and conversion optimization agency that helps businesses succeed on the frontlines of social media. You want to “like” her page not only because Forbes lists her on their “Top 10 Social Media Influencers,” but also to find out how to become more socially relevant and get invites to her informative Social Zoom Factor podcasts.
Laura Tate’s Google Plus page offers an abundance of practical advice for harnessing the power of social media and combining it with compelling content published throughout web properties to increase your company’s web presence. You’ll want to add her to your circles today to take advantage of posts, like “Take Action: How to Define Your Social Media Target Market” as well as a great list of social media features on sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Visit next Wednesday to meet result-driven marketers who you can follow on social media to learn more about online, social media and content marketing.