social media marketing video - august 18, 2010
This is the 3rd video in Day 2 of the "Taboo series" I had been hosting on BusinessCasualBlog.com. In the week before last, I posted a four-part video series for "Day 1".
I know, if you're just joining me, the concept of "week-long 'Days'" can all seem so confusing.
The gist is that I recently completed delivery of a 7-day training series. It's related to ethical and productive techniques for social media marketing. The original idea was to keep the whole thing locked down behind a premium firewall on a site I moderate at JaraUniversity.com (currently under a major remodel). I'll tell you more about Jara later when we're closer to launching.
But, before I digress too much, let me just say that I made the decision to not lock down the series. Instead, I'm releasing them in small 3- to 6- minute segments. And, seeing as how some of the videos actually go about 30 or 40 minutes long, I think it's a wise idea to pare them down to "bit-size" chunks for a blog. Don't ya think?
Here's an index of the other prior videos in this series. (Earlier vids are being hosted on BusinessCasualBlog.com.)
Day 2 -The Big Picture
- Part 1 - The Big Picture: Hub and Spokes
- Part 2 - Listening Posts
- Part 3 - Content Syndication (above)
Day 1 - Social Media Culture and Philosophy
- Part 1 - New Media Philosophy
- Part 2 - Content Philosophy
- Part 3 - Relationship Building
- Part 4 - Brand Philosophy
By the way, all these videos are only a few snippets out of a ton of other free training videos and content about social media marketing that I'm making available on JaraUniversity for free. Like I said, the site's currently undergoing a major remodel. But, you can get on the notification list while also getting a free copy of my book Social Media Marketing Essentials For Small Business Professionals.
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