Looking at examples of the business approach to social media, I shouldn’t be surprised by my own example and I can learn from it. In my attempts to keep a consistent style for my blogs and e-publishing endeavours, I forgot to look at the most important part of my equation: my audience. Hopefully, this reboot will directly address this matter and give you folks something bigger and better and altogether more useful than just a pretty picture.
From all three examples, I think that I’ve learned how social media can turn online conversations into engaging, entertaining conversations with a broader community than we ever thought possible.
If you don’t want to type that link to my first BLOG re: Ellen Degeneres, you can click it right here: http://ow.ly/QLjy302mRmO
Images used in my composite include:
- A brain with legs and muscle from gardnerinstitute.com
- A rope being torn to represent ‘WEAK’ from danblackonleadership.info
Social Media Case Studies are all about learning. We study them. They give us ideas. We come up with our own space-ship sized bits of social media brilliance. Keep ’em coming, boys and girls!