How a Smart City (Chattanooga) Used Social Media in a Crisis

March 10, 2011
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Social media is changing the way the people access local information. Before social media, we had to watch the 11 o’clock news, wait for the arrival of the morning paper or tune the radio dial at the top of the hour to catch local updates. In the digital era, people receive updates and interact with.. read more →

10 Laws of Social Media Marketing

February 21, 2011
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Susan Gunelius recently posted an article in Entrepreneur entitled “10 Laws of Social Media Marketing.”  The piece was intended for business owners just getting started in digital marketing, a guide to build brand buzz and boost the bottom line.  Here they are with the descriptions she included: 1. The Law of Listening Success with social.. read more →

What Is The Co$t of Doing Nothing?

February 11, 2011
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Social media. You’ve thought about it. Maybe you’ve even approached people about it. But what are going to do about it? Days go by turning into weeks, months and before you know it it’s time to close out another year. The marketing of one’s business can often take a back seat as one gets knee.. read more →

Chris Brogan speaks at Green Building Focus Conference & Expo

January 25, 2011
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Chris Brogan spoke last year at the Green Building Focus Conference & Expo in Birmingham, Alabama to an intimate audience. He answered questions on effectiveness of email marketing, talked Twitter etiquette and how to get real ROI. Enjoy! read more →

Social Media and the Media

October 21, 2010
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“Washington Posts tells journalist not to engage on Twitter” reads a recent post on Mashable.  Apparently a staffer at the newspaper responded via Twitter to some comments made in regards to a recent controversial story. The details of which can be found in the Mashable post. For the purpose of this discussion we’ll stray away.. read more →

Muscle Cars, Social Media & Marketing

June 10, 2010
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Hot Rod Magazine’s Power Tour 2010 tour rolled into Chattanooga, Tennessee, and I wasn’t about to miss it.  Being a car enthusiast it didn’t take much for me to scoot out of the office early to catch the parade of muscle.  The show did not disappoint.  The assembly of vehicles was like an all-you-can-eat classic.. read more →

Social Media DIY Workshop Series

April 20, 2010
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MML is pleased to announce the launch of the Social Media DIY Workshop Series.  These hands-on workshops are designed with business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals in mind.  Born and bred from a need for real workable solutions for real business-savvy people, the series consists of the following workshops: Facebook for Business 05/03/10 Twitter Engagement coming.. read more →

Want Some Face Time? Tungle Me

March 2, 2010
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One of the most frustrating things is trying to schedule appointments with multiple people.  It usually starts with a phone call or an email.  Let’s meet, and oh let’s get Bill in on this too.  Countless emails whiz through the digital world and follow up phone calls to verify that Bob is available this time,.. read more →