AMP Up Your Social Media

A podcast on optimizing social media with GaggleAMP's Glenn Gaudet.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

AMP Up Your Social Media #40: Social Media Marketing and Reputation Management with Dustin DeTorres

AMP UP Your Social MediaDustin DeTorres is the cofounder of Market Loyal in Orlando, FL. Their focus is reputation management, mobile marketing, content marketing, and his team focuses on strategy and design. He has 12 years of experience working with small- to medium-size business owners across the country! Dustin recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss social media marketing and reputation management.

“There’s really no excuse for a business to not be aware [of your reviews]. Be aware of what’s being said about you online.”

Dustin discusses tips for content marketing and reputation management within your social media strategy:

  1. Utilize the correct review sites. Google yourself! No, really – it’s a great way to find the directories that you’ve been rated on and to zero in on what you find important and relevant.
  2. Don’t ignore Facebook. While now Facebook reviews may not be driving customers your way, it’s a sleeping giant. We may see this trend turn around within the next year, so keep an eye on Facebook changes and evolve with it.
  3. Focus on review generation. Blogging and content marketing has its time and place, but many social media teams are overlooking review generation. While content is powerful, don’t drop the ball on your review strategy!
  4. Be active. Outside of major verticals (hotels, restaurants, etc), high-traffic businesses tend to be more aware of their online reviews. Plumbers, service-based business, and small companies tend to focus on their business as opposed to reviews. Try to allot resources, even if you’re a mom-n-pop joint, to review strategies.
  5. B2B companies can benefit more. B2B companies may have a smaller sample of people and may know their customers better. Thus, they may be able to gain more reviews from a smaller sample. Just because people don’t come to the location doesn’t mean the customer isn’t Google’ing reviews.
  6. Be aware. With a variety of free tools to track reviews and comments on social media, there’s really no excuse to not being aware of what’s being said about you. Respond and interact with reviews to show that you like to engage with customers!

Dustin would love to hear from you! Chat with him on Twitter or connect with him on LinkedIn. You can also visit his website at http://www.marketloyal.com.

About Dustin DeTorres

Dustin DeTorresHailing from Orlando, FL, Dustin’s life passion is social media marketing. While he operates out of Orlando, his company is labeled ‘hyper-local’, and he’s willing to work with just about anyone with a need for improving their reputation. Give him a call if you’re in the area, and he’d love to grab a coffee and discuss your plans.

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AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by shel on 11/20 at 10:14 AM
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Monday, November 17, 2014

AMP UP Your Social Media #39: Gary Lipkowitz on Social Media, Content Marketing and your Business

AMP UP Your Social MediaGary Lipkowitz, Chief Operating Officer of GoAnimate, works with video and animation creation. Evangelizing cloud-based video, his goal is to grow your business! He specializes in content creation, financing, and international distribution. Gary recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss social media, content marketing, and your business.

“Understand your brand, and understand that your brand promise is now a story - it is an ongoing narrative…and it is trans-media deliverable.”

Gary discusses tips for content marketing with your social media strategy:

  1. Have a public relationship with your customers all the time. In fact, that’s what social media is! It’s a way to market yourself in a public forum on a constant basis, reaching customers continually. Be transparent and be honest!
  2. Embrace video. You knew this was coming! I’ve been around video my whole life, and I have always known that everyone wants to use more video. If we had the resources to do so, we’d all have television advertisements. With social media, we can utilize video and market to customers by using social media platforms.
  3. Make your landing page engaging and relevant. You may still utilize text pages, but video is a great way to gain an advantage and capture folks who reach your pages. And don’t just throw up any old video - make it useful! Which leads me to my next point…
  4. Plan videos and create professional videos. Keep a journal of ideas, because it’s hard to be creative under pressure. Whatever you respond best to is what you’ll have the most success with when developing video. Create a story, and keep your brand values in the back of your mind.
  5. Your brand is a promise. That promise is now told in story-form, and that could be done through video. Keep the origin story in mind as well as your vision, and keep your brand’s promise as your primary thrust. Communicate your origin and your values for maximum effectiveness.

Gary would love to hear from you! Chat with him on Twitter or connect with him on LinkedIn.

Gary LipkowitzAbout Gary Lipkowitz

An INSEAD and NY University alum, Gary has years of experience and education leading to his expertise in video creation and content distribution. He’s a lover of both hockey and reggae and enjoys  the art of storytelling and public speaking.

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AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by Glenn Gaudet on 11/17 at 01:10 PM
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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

AMP Up Your Social Media #38: Involving Employees in Social Media Strategy with Tara Zoumer

AMP UP Your Social MediaTara Zoumer is the PR coordinator and Social Media Manager for TriNet, a cloud-based HR management partner. From cupcakes to Alzheimer’s care, Tara has extensive experience in in-house PR and marketing. Tara stresses the importance of communication and enjoys the challenge of figuring out how to best communicate a message and making sure that it resonates with the intended audience.  Tara recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss the importance of including your employees in your social media strategy.

“We brought GaggleAMP on as a tool to help provide and approve safe messaging for employees…GaggleAMP gave us a way to make it easier to share.”

Tara offers this insight to the importance of including your employees:

  1. A Social Strategy. Whether you like it or not, the conversation about your company or product is happening online. You don’t have to participate in it, however the more you try to ignore it, you will find that you end up running into it anyway. Instead of ignoring it, you should embrace it. Social media offers a unique opportunity to be transparent and open and have a two-way conversation between your clients, your employees and the general public. Further, if you find that you have negative reviews, definitely do not ignore them. The most important thing that you can do is to respond to them. This shows that you care and that you pay attention to what is happening to your brand online.
  2. Employees on Social Media. Many companies worry that employees on social media may be a liability, but the benefits greatly outweigh the risks. The small amount of “rogue” employees who may be a liability on social media are worth dealing with because you are gaining so much more. Training and talking to your employees is huge, too few companies have a social media policy or training program. Establishing that is a very important step for any company.  Create guidelines, policies and training for employee that clearly lay out the company do’s and don’ts for social media.  Your goal is to make your employees familiar with what they can do on social media and help your employees feel confident and comfortable with sharing content on social media.
  3. Finding Success. A successful social media strategy should include a combination of content and messages; PR activity, news publication pieces, relevant marketing events, suggested content, industry relevant content, generic industry pieces and actions all help to keep your followers engaged, and employees eager to share. Further, listen to your employees. Find out who is active on social media and use them as internal ambassadors. Keep your social media approach with your employees simple; figure out what they will like and what they will actually use. Regardless of your company or your product, make your approach relevant and make sure you use the right tools.

Tara would love to hear from you! Chat with her on Twitter!

About Tara Zoumer

Tara ZoumerBased in the San Francisco Bay area, Tara Zoumer is the PR Coordinator and Social Media Manager at TriNet. With a BA in Communication from Chapman University, Tara uses her passion as a communicator to help individuals, companies and brands create and communicate their messages. From traditional PR campaigns to social media to guerilla marketing, Tara feels that advertising, marketing, PR and social media should be blended together to create a cohesive and powerful communication arsenal. A PR Coordinator and Social Media Manager by trade, Tara is also passionate about cooking, and even works as a chef on occasion, and is an avid traveler.

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Join the AMP Up Your Social Media Google Plus community or Facebook group. You can send us an instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

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AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by Glenn Gaudet on 11/12 at 04:23 AM
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Wednesday, November 05, 2014

FIR Presents AMP Up Your Social Media #37: Social Media Policy Creation with Mic Adam

AMP UP Your Social MediaMic Adam is an online and offline networker specializing in social media marketing with 30 years of experience. His goal is to bridge the gap between social media and business by utilizing B2B and B2C sales and marketing, using his years of general management experience as a springboard. He thrives on the passion that drives sales and profits by demonstrating and diversifying the unique selling points of high quality products and services through traditional channels as well as new media.  Mic recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss social media policy creation and how you can get your employees on board with social media!

“Social media policy is a driver to create ambassadorship within your own company.”

Mic discusses some tips for getting employees on board with social media through a policy:

  1. Use your employees as ambassadors. Your employees are your greatest asset, as they (hopefully) support your business and have the ability to reach customers that you may otherwise not have had access to! Lasso those employees and utilize their networks to support and socially advertise for your business. Users tend to take individuals’ posts as more authentic than those from a business, so your employees can be your ambassadors and will typically gain more traction in the social media world.
  2. Don’t be restrictive. Rather than limiting access and implementing ‘negative’ rules, encourage employee interactivity! Enforce simple and clear-cut policy rules that are fair and follow a standard code-of-conduct. Fortunately, most companies already have guidelines established, so simply enlarge that policy to encourage employees to be responsible when using social media. Look at the verbiage of your policy - how many cannot’s do you have? Change the perception of your policy by encouraging people to speak out and speak up.
  3. Have a good roll-out plan. Many companies don’t have a social media policy in place, so implementing a policy can be a shock if done at once. Rather than being reactive during a damaging situation, roll-out a well-organized policy over time - preferably not during a time when your marketers are doing any damage control! Design the roll-out with presentations to show and guide employees through the changes while learning about the policy and social media in general.
  4. Protect your reputation. In many cases, people forget that the individuals that comprise the company, those personal conversations can have an impact on the company as a whole. Design your policy to encourage interactivity from employees on social media while protecting your reputation. Write simple and solid restrictions on what can and cannot be discussed by employees on social media websites.

Mic would love to hear from you! Chat with him on Twitter or follow his blog.

Mic AdamAbout Mic Adam

A father and entrepreneur, Mic Adam hails from Brugge, Belgium. He enjoys basketball, bicycling, and the outdoors and is fluent in both English and Dutch as native languages! He also spends his time volunteering with the Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters and publishes in De Tijd in Belgium.

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Join the AMP Up Your Social Media Google Plus community or Facebook group. You can send us an instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

Check the FIR website for information about other FIR podcasts. To receive all podcasts in the FIR Podcast Network, subscribe to the “everything” RSS feed.

AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by Glenn Gaudet on 11/05 at 07:17 AM
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Monday, November 03, 2014

AMP Up Your Social Media #36: Integrating Digital Media via Twitter

AMP UP Your Social MediaMark H. Cohen is a traditional marketer, boasting a history in marketing in the early 90s. Since then, he’s started his own agency called Colloquy Digital, LLC and focuses on digital strategy, planning, production and integrated marketing services. Mark recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss digital strategy and execution and its integration with your business!

“Figure out how to create your own content on a regular basis. [...] Social media is all about the power of content and brand storytelling.”

Mark discusses tips for integrating digital media via Twitter into your social marketing:

1. Regulate speech on social media. Many times companies work within a regulated environment and are unsure of how to bridge that gap into social media. Apply the same principals you’d use for non-social internet pages and emails to social media as well. The lines are still blurred, so it’s ultimately left up to compliance officers and legal teams depending on the industry. While interpretation is left to them, finding a balance between playing it safe and stepping outside the box.

2. Don’t forget disclosures. Use the right disclosures to share content that you’d otherwise be too cautious to share to get to the heart of the content. Get involved with content curation; As long as you’re not endorsing the content and use a disclosure. You can share great content about what you support without breaching regulation.

3. Utilize your Twitter background. 140 characters is many times not enough space to get your point across, especially when you are adding a disclosure to your content. Instead, put your disclosure in the background of your Twitter profile as a cure-all for any content you post. This way you aren’t using precious space in your feed while still following regulation!

4. Support employee engagement. Many times, employees are looking to post individual content for the organization, and the result is a genuine post! Foster employee development while training them on disclosures. Content curation can be difficult, and individual employee content can be a wealth of internal brand marketing voice!

Mark would love to hear from you! Chat with him on Twitter.

About Mark Cohen

A native New Yorker and father of three, Mark is both a family man and business professional. He focuses his spare time on giving back to the community and is a board member of several organizations. A self-professed bourbon connoisseur and lover of ethnic food, music, and the outdoors, Mark is both down-to-earth and other-wordly!




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Join the AMP Up Your Social Media Google Plus community or Facebook group. You can send us an instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

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AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by Glenn Gaudet on 11/03 at 06:10 AM
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Sunday, November 02, 2014

AMP Up Your Social Media #34: CPA Firms and Social Media Marketing with Becky Livingston

AMP UP Your Social MediaBecky Livingston, owner of Penheel Marketing, has been in marketing and technology for over twenty-five years. She has extensive experience working with clients in small business, non-profit, and financial services in social media and digital marketing. As a former programmer, she was impressed with LinkedIn and its networking capabilities, launching her into her current marketing career. Becky recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss social media marketing for CPA firms.

“By having a marketing plan or at least a social media schedule…[you avoid forgetting what] caused a spike or valley in your analytics, marketing, or lead generation.”

Becky offers these tips for CPA firms on social media marketing:

  1. Carefully advertise. Many smaller CPA firms cannot advertise about their services, per se.  Because LinkedIn is a B2B network, you have an opportunity to use a free platform based on  your individual needs such as lead generation, web traffic, and niche markets.  Understand your profession, and know your limits. Any regulated industry requires careful sharing of client information and the like. Create policies, become educated, and be comfortable with what you’re doing while following these regulations.
  2. Align goals. The firm’s goals and social media goals can sometimes differ, so align your goals for a successful social media campaign. Generating leads, increasing traffic, and increasing exposure all require different social media marketing strategies and can change the way you utilize social media networks. Have a firm understanding of your business’ goals for social media for the best social media campaign.
  3. Know your buyer persona. The buyer’s persona is your target audience, and the first step to understanding this is research. A well-made strategy aimed at the wrong market will have disappointing results. Once you’ve researched your market, review your history to see what has been successful in the past. Utilize resources appropriately to reach your goals through social media and digital marketing.
  4. Create proper content. Regardless of the medium, your content is the core of your social media campaign. You’ll want content that can be used in many different ways. For instance, a single article can be utilized for slide decks, presentations, and additional articles! Inbound marketing and content development is an essential piece of the media you share, so develop your own content.

Becky would love to hear from you! Chat with her on Twitter or find her company at http://penheel.com/.

About Becky Livingston

Becky LivingstonHailing from the Greater New York City Area, Becky Livingston is a CEO, entrepreneur, and an overall social media marketing guru! Her education includes a bachelors in communications from State University of New York College at Geneseo, a masters in science and information technology from Pace University, and a certificate in corporate training from New York University. With specialties in online media, public speaking, and graphic design, she achieves goals and drives results.

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Join the AMP Up Your Social Media Google Plus community or Facebook group. You can send us an instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

Check the FIR website for information about other FIR podcasts. To receive all podcasts in the FIR Podcast Network, subscribe to the “everything” RSS feed.

AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by Glenn Gaudet on 11/02 at 06:52 AM
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

AMP Up Your Social Media #35: Using LinkedIn for Professional Branding with Chuck Hester

AMP UP Your Social MediaChuck Hester is a national speaker on LinkedIn and author of Linking in to Pay It Forward: Changing the Value Proposition in Social Media. His specialties include social media marketing, public relations strategies, and marketing communications to name a few. He’s an author and podcast host with an emphasis on LinkedIn. Chuck recently joined AMP UP Your Social Media’s host Glenn Gaudet to discuss how LinkedIn can be used for professional branding.

“Be genuine. Be transparent. Treat your connections like they’re standing right in front of you.”

Chuck discusses ways that you can use LinkedIn to your advantage as a professional branding tool:

  1. Use LinkedIn for more than just recruiting. Recently, LinkedIn became a content platform, opening up blogging, content sharing, and information sharing to the average business user. It’s more about business-to-business relationships rather than simply recruiting. You can utilize LinkedIn as an open discussion group for attracting clients and building your brand.
  2. Build employee groups. Use groups as a marketplace to chat, reaching out to other employees and colleagues that you wouldn’t normally get the chance to talk to. LinkedIn company pages allow people to build information on a company page as an employee, giving your employees another resource for connecting to others. Exchange information while identifying with your company to build your market!
  3. Make your profile engaging. Many times, people fall into the trap of simply posting information without truly making a connection. Take your profile to the next level by engaging users and developing relationships through your LinkedIn profile. Add to the conversations by connecting with people you typically wouldn’t be able to otherwise! Join groups and become part of the community.
  4. Make your LinkedIn profile not just a resume - make it a portfolio! Look at your profile and see what it has to offer to potential partners. Does the verbiage reflect what target audiences will connect with? LinkedIn is more robust and delves deeper than a simple resume. Consider it from a customer or business aspect and ensure that your profile connects with those users.

Chuck would love to hear from you! Chat with him on Twitter or email him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

About Chuck Hester

Chuck HesterWith a BA in journalism and communications from the University of Southern California, Chuck has spent his professional career delving into the intricacies of social media marketing. He supports Pets for Patriots, Inc. as well as the United Nations Refugee Fund. While he may have a lengthy professional repertoire, he values communication and the human connection - so be sure to give him a call today!

Chuck is also the host of Linked Conversations, another podcast on the FIR Podcast Network.

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Join the AMP Up Your Social Media Google Plus community or Facebook group. You can send us an instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

Check the FIR website for information about other FIR podcasts. To receive all podcasts in the FIR Podcast Network, subscribe to the “everything” RSS feed.

AMP UP Your Social Media is sponsored by:

  • GaggleAMP - Empower your employees, partners and resellers to amplify your social media.
  • SafeLinks - Know when your links on social media messages fail before you lose out on the people clicking on them.

The FIR Podcast Network is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide.

Posted by Glenn Gaudet on 10/28 at 11:00 AM
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