This month, Karen Clark, a former direct selling leader and current consultant to the industry, joins Michelle Larter, Worldwide Director, Direct Selling at IMN, to discuss ways to use the internet and social media to enhance your business presence.
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The term "moon cycle" (or "lunar cycle") is referring to the moon's continuous orbit around the earth. As the moon orbits the earth, it's appearance (the "phase") changes and thus gives us an indication of the moon's progress in the cycle (the "age").
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“Spent the morning making prank bird calls. The sparrows are not amused.”
See the numbers in the graphic? Those are the stats on that random Facebook wall post made by Skittles. And that’s not a fluke. Everyday, there’s an equally random and nonsensical post on the candy’s fan page and every post draws a similar number of “likes” and comments. Most companies would be thrilled to see those kinds of social media stats, but do those high numbers equal marketing success? Depends on who you ask.
Sword Ciboodle is a leading contact center solution provider, selling software that helps facilitate call centers, online FAQs and community discussions, and Web self-service. The company, which has a 12-to-18-month sales cycle, has a fairly extensive interactive marketing program, using email, blogging and video. At the beginning of 2009, the company added another weapon to its online arsenal: Twitter.
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Last month, Ford Motor Company’s Head of Social Media, Scott Monty, joined Craig Fitzgerald, Editorial Director, IMN, to discuss the launch of the Ford Fiesta, which combined content marketing and social media marketing.