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What have we learned from using social media as a form of customer service?

Social media is on the tip of everyone’s tongues.  It is in fact, said by some, to be the new marketing.  So many have already adopted it, for the last few years, even building departments dedicated to it. Read more…

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How Did You Come Up With Your Business Name?

The idea of exactly what your business is going to be usually comes first. Secondly, most often, is giving a title to your idea. What exactly is going to be the name of your business? Read more…

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Small Talk = Big Impact: Networking tips for building your small business

Google “business networking” and you’ll see links to articles on how to increase your Facebook Likes and Twitter followers. Read More…

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Social Customer Service – How are you doing it right?

Everybody is now jumping on the bandwagon of social customer service, but not all are doing it right. Read more…

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10 Ways to Use Twitter Lists [Infographic]

Instead of just explaining how our company uses Twitter lists, we wanted to be able to suggest uses that go beyond our own needs… Read More…

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LinkedIn or Google+:Which Is Best for B2B Marketers

For some time, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have been the “big three” of social media, but a new and very powerful player — Google+ — has changed the social media landscape… Read more…

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Tips for great Social Media during events

One of the key ingredients to having a successful Chicago Toy and Game Fair is making the most of your media opportunities. The audience includes hundreds of bloggers and members of the media, as well as parents with smartphones who are communicating the event to their family and friends. Read more…

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5 Ways to Promote Live Events Using Social Media

One of the key ingredients to having a successful Chicago Toy and Game Fair is making the most of your media opportunities. The audience includes hundreds of bloggers and members of the media, as well as parents with smartphones who are communicating the event to their family and friends. Read more…

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15 Big Social Media Mistakes Companies Make and How to Avoid Them

Social media can be a powerful marketing tool. But used the wrong way, social media sites can have a negative impact on your business — costing you goodwill and prospective customers. So how can you create a positive impression of your business and/or your products on popular social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ — and avoid potentially costly social media blunders? Read more…


 

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Shawna is one of the most insightful and detailed oriented people I’ve have the pleasure of working with. Her team is a reflection of her dedication to quality and process and I could no possibly recommend a better partner to build a company’s brand and content with. -Graeme Barlow
Co-Founder & CEO at RocketOwl Inc., September 23, 2013, Graeme was Shawna’s client

 

Shawna and the team at ReSoMe helped us gain insight into our community and uncover new ways to strengthen relationships with our customers through social media. Results were proven with timely, detailed reports highlighting progress and areas for improvement. Highly recommend ReSoMe to others looking to cost-effectivly leverage social media in their business.-Tim Johnson, CEM, CDSM, Energy Industry Professional, September 19, 2013, Tim was Shawna’s client

 

Shawna and her team at ReSoMe provided creative social media management across all platforms for our Association. Shawna worked with our team to grow our social media through excellent content and superior engagement with our members. I highly recommend ReSoMe for all of your social media and design needs!-Reuben Greenspoon, Coordinator, CARHA Hockey World Cup at CARHA Hockey, September 19, 2013, Reuben was Shawna’s client

Being new to Twitter I didn’t know what to expect. All of a sudden a new word is added to my vocabulary “Tweetup”… what could that possibly be? Thanks to Shawna and ReSoMe, we now have a regular group of 10-20 Tweeters that come together on a weekly basis for #ThursPintsW and socialize throughout the night. This has been great! Thank you for helping our business grow and for organizing our weekly ‘Tweetup!’ –D’Arcy McGees, 360 Moodie Dr., Bells Corners (Ottawa)

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