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Social Media Words of Wisdom!

Social Media Words of Wisdom! It's almost time for Social Media Overload! to launch, and it includes some excellent guest authors. You're in for a treat and lots of extra social media knowledge! We have you covered with expert tips on YouTube, Twitter, websites, search engines, and so much more. The advice and words of wisdom below comes [...]

By | March 31st, 2014|eboot camp, social media|0 Comments

Are you Cashing IN on LinkedIN?

Are You Cashing IN on LinkedIN? LinkedIn is a popular social network with many benefits, but are you getting the most from it? Much like any other social media outlet, the key is using it effectively. Below are some strategies direct from my new book, Social Media Overload!, that will help you build credibility and drive [...]

By | March 24th, 2014|corey perlman, eboot camp, social media|0 Comments

When It Rains…

...You Get Engagement!   I recently read an article on the relationship between the weather and Facebook interaction. A fun fact for you... According to the study by Fanpage Karma, Facebook fans react 42% more often when the sun isn't shining. We all know there are "best times" and best content to post, but these [...]

By | December 16th, 2013|social media|0 Comments

Google+: The Next Generation of Social Networking

What is Google+?  Simply put, it’s Google’s answer to facebook and has quickly become the hottest new social network.  In just three weeks, Google+ has accumulated more than 10 million users and over 1 billion bits of content are shared daily via this new kid on the virtual block.  While Google+ is most popular among [...]

By | July 26th, 2011|eboot camp, Google, social media|0 Comments

Google Enters the Social Media Sharing Game with +1

When you boil down Social media, it’s about sharing information with your friends, peers, co-workers, family and followers.  If you like something you’ve read on the web, You can tweet it, share it on Facebook, post it to LinkedIn, Digg it, Stumble it, buzz it, email it and that’s just the tip of the proverbial [...]

By | July 12th, 2011|Blogging, Google, internet marketing, social media, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Social Media and the Restaurant Industry

Many of my clients are restaurant owners.  Restaurant owners are a unique group of professionals, many of whom are hesitant to enter the social media space.  However, along with being a restaurant owner comes a whole new set of social media challenges.  Tripadvisor.com recently reported that an estimated 87% of travelers look to the web [...]

4 Important Branding Trends From Mashable Connect 2011

I can scarcely remember a time in my professional life when I was as excited about an email as when I received the invitation to Mashable Connect 2011. This invitation-only event brought together 300 of some of the most influential digital leaders across a wide range of industries including marketing, consumer electronics, entertainment and more. This [...]

Eight Reasons You Need to be Blogging

Recently I've made a committment to blog more consistently. Why, you ask? Well that's a great question and a great blog topic for this week's post. There are literally dozens if not hundreds of reasons to blog so, of course, the following list is by no means extensive but these are a few reasons that [...]

By | April 7th, 2011|Blogging, Branding, internet marketing, social media|0 Comments

The day Facebook changed — and nobody complained

When Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, who was recently named Time's Person of the Year 2010, announced plans for a new Facebook profile page, I began to dread it. Not because I fear change or I thought it would be a bad move that would hinder my experience on the site. I was simply waiting for the [...]

By | December 15th, 2010|corey perlman, eboot camp, internet marketing, social media|0 Comments

Google wants a spot at the eBook table

Yesterday Google launched their new eBook service called, simply, Google eBookstore. Google is taking a swipe directly at other eBook sellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple, with one crucial difference—eBooks purchased from Google's store will be available on any device. When you buy an eBook from Google, it stays "in the cloud," just [...]

By | December 7th, 2010|barnes and noble, eboot camp, social media|0 Comments