All The Women In Social Media Universe In This One Post

You would think I was a feminist with this, that and the other post, featuring women in my posts. What can I say, I love the girls and getting the content is like shopping for bananas, crazy easy. Women in social media are dominating and I've curated the best information to date for women seeking women in social media. To start, it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Campaigns like these make women in social media so powerful Founder, CEO of FCancer @yael explains how her lady parts and "feminine" attributes helped her build a cancer community — Forbes Woman (@ForbesWoman) September 27, 2012 The other day, Yael turns to me (figuratively on Twitter), and just comes right out and says, "Touch some boobs!"   What's a grown young man like me to do? Of course, I had to sign up and take the pledge to touch some boobs. And damnit, so should you. Women Worldwide Every Woman, Every Child, A United Nations Initiative "... an unprecedented global movement, spearheaded by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, to mobilize and intensify global action to improve the health of women and children around the world." Yea, the United Nations clearly sees something in being ahead of the women-in-mainstream wave. Unless ... now that the power's shifting ... the Secretary-General is actually being held against his will and Mrs. Secretary General is running the show. Hmm ... Boobs across Europe Miriam Freudenberg: Why 10,000 women support the Istanbul Convention www.humanrightseurope.org10/4/12 “The campaign heavily relied on networking and social media,” she says. “This convention is a landmark to end violence towards women. Women activists are very happy and it deserves...

Today's Friday Traffic Report Replay

Friday Traffic Report 8.3.2012 We hit all the hot buttons today: what to share and what not to share when your being social while also protecting and promoting your brand. Facebook woes of the week. Google+ continues positive growth and feedback. Twitter and Apple? Today's show sponsored by: Brick Road...

This week on Friday Traffic Report: Privacy and Snoopy Social Networks

We had a neat surprise today. Thought Jim wasn't going to make it, but he showed up in New Orleans for a conference where he's speaking this weekend. So we ended up tackling privacy and talked about Google, Facebook, Skype and related privacy topics for businesses and individuals on the web. Should we be worried? Maybe. Surprised? No! Also a great tip on testing your market before pulling a "Netflix" on your customers! The Hangout Chat Log From Today's Show... Jim Stroud 3:24 PM Chart: Google leads pack of the top 50 Web sites in the U.S. - GeekWire   Jim Stroud 3:36 PM A Social Network Free of Ads the Data Liberation Front Jim Stroud 3:57 PM Ning Acquired: Here's How it Evolved Over 6 Years Netflix apologizes for snafu, renames DVD...

Social Media Marketing How To Handle The Day To Day Operations In Your Small Business

Running your own small business keeps you busy dealing with customers, your staff, your labor requirements, and let's not forget to mention the daily marketing requirements that come with marketing your business on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube. If you have ever marketed your business on any site such as Twitter or Facebook you know that there is time required not only for making a simple status update, there is also time required for networking, research, content development, follow up and follow through with prospects and leads as well. Not to mention that most courses for teaching social media marketing only teach you to find a social networking site, build out the profile completely, add a link to your website or blog and then rinse and repeat on another social site. The simple process of building profile after profile alone is painstaking especially when it's you the business's owner having to wear multiple hats can be a daunting task. Just imagine finishing a grueling days work and you are about to set off for the evening. You start packing up and cleaning your work station. Suddenly out of nowhere a though rattles your brain, the thought of “Oh no.” I still have to go do some link building and social network marketing before I am finished for the evening. It's no wonder so many starting newbie marketers fail. How many usernames, passwords, social media sites are you going to set up before you finally just throw in the towel? You went into business to free yourself from the ties were binding you, and now you have became...

Stop “Linking In! “BranchOut” is the call of the hour! Really?

When we talk about a professional networking domain, LinkedIn is the only name we recall. LinkedIn has been popular for years for providing a common place for finding people with similar professional goals and to engage with them. Facebook, after proving its dominance in social networking, has tried its hand in creating a platform for professionals. “BranchOut” as it is named, offers plenty of good features for its users. Let’s find out why you should take a look at BranchOut. What’s BranchOut? It is a Facebook app for professional networking. It allows you to create professional profile (work history, preference and education) free of cost. Major objectives are searching jobs, recruiting employees and professional networking. Along with professional objectives you can leverage this app for personal purposes too. You can reach out to a particular contact or a group of contacts with specific personal objective. BranchOut offers three categories of products. 1. Job postings 2. CareerConnect 3. RecruiterConnect How it works It uses your Facebook friend-circle and leverages that to expand your network. It fixes loose networking ends on the circle. You get offers and connections that might be important to you. With the job posting feature you can post jobs on you Facebook fan page and allow people to apply. CareerConnect posts jobs on the page; RecruiterConnect let HR managers and headhunters to go through the database. How it differs from LinkedIn LinkedIn, as we know, is a professional networking site. However, for rapid popularity of BranchOut, often people put it up against LinkedIn. What are the major differences between these two successful professional networking ventures? We have got...

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