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Interviews with Big Bloggers

Interview with Social Media Expert and Serial Entrepreneur Christine McDannell

No Comments 06 May 2012

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During the course of the thirty day video challenge, which I recently completed, I met some amazing people who spend a lot of their time growing their businesses online. Of these amazing people, one really amazing person really stood out to me – Christine McDannell.

Christine is a female entrepreneur and social media expert who owns the San Diego social media consulting firm Social Starfish, and from her habits (running and goal setting in the shower) to her powerful business presence, I knew she was a perfect match for the Blogging Fearlessly interview series.

Here, we talk about what it takes to be an entrepreneur, how to be productive, and using social media to grow your local or global business online. Enjoy!

 

Vlogs

“Don’t Be a Social Media Moron” Video Series

No Comments 17 April 2012

Last week while I was in Arizona I filmed a vlog titled “Don’t Be a Social Media Moron,” which was filled with good stuff, but it was a bit… packed. With info. And fast talking. And all of that rambling that I do when I’m enthusiastic. So, I did another three videos breaking down the “Don’t Be a Social Media Moron” overview vlog.

These three videos take everything a bit more step-by-step, and are far more intelligible. BUT (there’s always a but) with traveling my vlogging quality got even more compromised and the sound is really, really low. So turn up your speakers and listen up – I’m about to show you how not to be a social media moron.

 

The Overview

#1 – Finding the Right Platform for You

#2 – Reaching Your Readers vs. Industry Professionals

#3 – Social Media Analytics and Strategies

 

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Vlogs

An Unexpected Strategy to Expand Your Online Presence

4 Comments 05 April 2012

Want new content, connections, and fresh traffic? Then listen up, shriners. And, tip for winners: be sure to wait until the end where I give my bonus tip… i.e. the thing I had to learn the hard way!


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