Saturday, October 29, 2011

Thought Leadership in the New Social Media Economy



10 Steps to Get Your Message Heard

Discover 10 secrets of millionaire thought leaders in the new social media economy — including:

  • the strangest secret for success,
  • understanding and profiting from your “secret wealth,”
  • why most of what you say is being ignored and what to do about it,
  • how to use the power of ____________ to deeply connect with your audience,
  • 3 secrets of value creation in the new social media economy,
  • how to create outrageously profitable “infoproducts” fast,
  • how to make your website sell,
  • how to create multiple streams of “thought leadership” income that sets you free,
  • how to turn your book into a business that creates real wealth,
  • how to attract and build a team that frees you to do what you do best,
  • a Q&A time to answer your most pressing questions,

…and more!

This is 90 minutes of fresh, immediately
useful information to change your life.

“Thought Leadership in the New Social Media Economy”
with Pam Perry and Ramon Williamson

Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Time: 8PM – 9:20PM ET

Go here: www.perrywilliamson.con/webinar

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Diversity In Tech - TechCrunch #socialmediaswag



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A message from Hajj E. Flemings (promoting DIVERSITY in TECH)

Gokit has been accepted into the New Me tech Accelerator, the first accelerator for minority led start-ups. During the summer of 2011 in Silicon Valley: 8 in-house visiting minority founded start-ups (5 selected 3 community voted) will participate in the program.

Gokit is seeking funding to cover expenses not covered by the accelerator for Hajj Flemings. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated! Help us make history!

Supporters can help by sharing this link: http://bit.ly/gokitfunding with their communities and Hashtag: #gokitme


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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Twitter History [Infographic]


by visually via

The way to engage on social media and build relationships:
1. Comment on blogs and videos. Give the author of the creator some encouragement or thank them for the post and let them know what you got out of their content.
2. Retweet someone else’s twitter and “like” someone’s comment on Facebook.
3. Call in to a teleconference or blogtalk show and ask questions.

Bottom line – in order to get friends, you have to show yourself friendly. When social networking and participating in online marketing, people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. Keep the emphasis on SOCIAL, when using social media and you’ll do fine. It’s really just all about building relationships with people – not numbers.




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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Diverse Business Blog: Google explains marketing tools to Mich. businesse.s.



Google explains marketing tools to Mich. businesses



Detroit_news

By Jaclyn Trop/ The Detroit News August 4, 2011

Detroit — Google Inc. Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt spoke here Thursday with Michigan businesses to explain how they can use Google's marketing tools to level the playing field and make money from their entrepreneurial visions.
The Internet is vital to growing business in an age of increasingly specialized, global markets, Schmidt told the group, which included representatives from Belle Tire Inc., Okemos-based software company TechSmith Corp., Ann Arbor-based global transportation firm Con-way Inc. and Ideal Group Inc., which hosted the event at its Detroit headquarters.
While it's never been easier to create new businesses, he said, it's also never been harder to beat competitors.
"Your economic solution is solved by the fact that the Internet exists," said Schmidt, who served as Google's CEO for 10 years before stepping down this spring. "It's easy to criticize the Internet because it's not perfect, but you want to think about what life would be like without it."
Google's paid advertising program Google AdWords has helped local businesses get ahead in an increasingly competitive market "where a penny one way or the other puts you out of the game," said Louis Green, president of Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council.

Free Internet tools are the "great equalizer," Green said. "A small firm looks just like a large firm."
Google's targeted advertising tools helped generate $1.3 billion in economic activity for more than 43,000 Michigan businesses and nonprofits last year, a 40 percent surge from 2009, Google said.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based media conglomerate is trying to make further inroads against traditional advertising by noting its search tools can help businesses reach new customers and thrive online for a fraction of the cost of traditional marketing.
jtrop@detnews.com
(313) 222-2575

From The Detroit News: http://detnews.com/article/20110804/BIZ/108040481/Google-explains-marketing-tools-to-Mich.-businesses#ixzz1U7X4Y6kr


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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

BlogWorld & New Media Expo is coming to New York!

Social Media Swag

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Pam Perry teaching at Social Media Seminar (2009)




New York, May 24-26, 2011: BlogWorld & New Media Expo



CONFERENCE SCHEDULE: BlogWorld features the world’s largest and most comprehensive new media and social media conference. The session listing is being updated continually as the event nears, so be sure to check out the Interactive Conference Schedule.

Watch this video for a preview of BlogWorld & New Media Expo

Visit our Video Gallery for videos from our most recent event, and you’ll gain a great perspective of what’s in store for you at BlogWorld & New Media Expo in New York.


2011 Speakers

See more than 100 speakers and sessions on the Interactive Schedule.
Gary Vaynerchuk
Gary Vaynerchuk
Author
The Thank You Economy
Jeffrey Hayzlett
Jeffrey Hayzlett
Author
The Mirror Test
Chris Brogan
Chris Brogan
Author
Trust Agents
Wendy Piersall
Wendy Piersall
Founder & CEO
Woo! Jr. Kids Activities Network
Jason Falls
Jason Falls
Social Media Strategist
Social Media Explorer
Jennifer James
Jennifer James
Founder
The Mom Bloggers Club
Tom Webster
Tom Webster
VP of Strategy & Marketing
Edison Research
Shelly Kramer
Shelly Kramer
Founder
V3 Integrated Marketing
Jonathan Fields
Jonathan Fields
Author
Career Renegade
Jay Baer
Jay Baer
Founder
Convince & Convert
Lisa Sabin-Wilson
Lisa Sabin-Wilson
Owner
E.Webscapes
C.C. Chapman
C.C. Chapman
Founder
Digital Dads
Stephanie Agresta
Stephanie Agresta
EVP, Managing Dir. of Social Media
Weber Shandwick
Lee Odden
Lee Odden
Founder
Top Rank Online Marketing
Aliza Sherman
Aliza Sherman
Co-Owner, Social Media Strategist
Conversify
Lucretia Pruitt
Lucretia Pruitt
Social Media Consultant
Social Media Matters
Lewis Howes
Lewis Howes
Founder
Sports Executives Assoc.
Anne-Marie Nichols
Anne-Marie Nichols
Food Blogger
thismamacooks.com
Danny Brown
Danny Brown
CEO
Bonsai Interactive Marketing
Kelby Carr
Kelby Carr
Founder
Type-A Parent
Rich Brooks
Rich Brooks
President
Flyte New Media
Nathalie Lussier
Nathalie Lussier
Health & Food Blogger
rawfoodswitch.com
Johnny B Truant
Johnny B Truant
Business Strategist, Blogger
johnnybtruant.com
Amy Porterfield
Amy Porterfield
Social Media Consultant
Amy Porterfield, Inc.
Tamsen McMahon
Tamsen McMahon
Dir. of Digital & Strategic Initiatives
Sametz Blackstone Associates
Srinivas Rao
Srinivas Rao
Host & Co-Founder
BlogcastFM
Danielle Liss
Danielle Liss
Writer, Attorney
DanielleLiss.com
Shonali Burke
Shonali Burke
President
Shonali Burke Consulting
Syed Balkhi
Syed Balkhi
Founder
WPBeginner
Farnoosh Brock
Farnoosh Brock
Founder
ProlificLiving.com

See more than 100 speakers and sessions on the Interactive Schedule.


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