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Tips On Building Your Brand With Social Media [video]

June 10th, 2014 · TedRubin

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Powerful Tips On Building Your Brand With Social Media (Interview with Ted Rubin)

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Published on May 20, 2014

Powerful Tips On Building Your Brand With Social Media interview with Ted Rubin. Join us as Bill Turley of Trust Based Lawyer Marketing™http://www.TrustBasedLawyerMarketing.com interviews social media brand building guru Ted Rubin of http://TedRubin.com/ as he shares with us how to build your brand using social media streams like Facebook and Twitter, and also talks about the importance of knowing that Brands are from mars and consumers are from venus.

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Here is a recap of the video:

0:46 What Is The Relationship On Brand and Reputation?

1:44 How To Build Your Brand Through Facebook?

3:27 How To Make A Human Connection On Social Media

4:32 How To Use Customer Service To Develop Relationships

6:00 Brands Are From Mars and Consumers Are From Venus

6:59 Pick Up The Phone and Connect By Call Folks

 

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SocialMedia Marketing World: Have We Lost the Social in SocialMedia? #ThatsUtterNonsense

June 4th, 2014 · TedRubin

Be sure to watch for the “That’s Utter Nonsense” Moments with Ted Rubin at minute 20:15 and  Nichole Kelly at 21:50 :-) The #ThatsUtterNonsense Podcastwill be launching soon. Nichole and I are ready to go! [Read more →]

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In an Increasingly Social World, Can You Predict Success? ~via @InsideCXM

May 30th, 2014 · TedRubin

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Welcome to the ‘Age of Influence’

May 19th, 2014 · TedRubin

 

In 1997 when I joined Seth Godin at Yoyodyne, people were calling the Internet… New Media. But there was nothing really new. It was simply traditional media in a new wrapper… nothing new at all. [Read more →]

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Conversation is the Ultimate Content

May 18th, 2014 · TedRubin

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Make your content focused on conversation instead of thinking of yourself as a media business like so many are now preaching. Instead think of your brand as the people who make it up, and change the focus from “Convince & Convert” to “Converse & Convert!” Content creates conversation between you and more importantly amongst others. 

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How Can a Brand Stand Out in Social?

May 14th, 2014 · All Posts, TedRubin

 

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To me it is really simple, if you want to stand out then do what most others are not doing, actually be social when using social media. Put on your human face, and look to make friends and build relationships. It is not about how many will actually look to do that with you, but that you make that a part of your social DNA for the world to see. [Read more →]

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Evolving Stories from Marketed Communication To Co-Creation

May 13th, 2014 · All Posts, AnnelizaHumlen

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THEME#7 OF POST SERIES ON HUMANIZING BRAND STORYTELLING

Not all brand stories are created equal. Nor do they have the same social value. The traditional process of brand storytelling that uses advertising, collateral, digital etc., is a process owned and lead by a brand/business and their agency partners. Such forms of brand communication will usually attempt to talk “to” people through an out-bound (push) marketing approach (see Theme #2 regarding Mass Media Push). Contrast this to brand stories born externally, crafted by people about brands, and in collaboration with brands. These stories are usually inspired by direct experiences, emotional connections, and engagement opportunities that allow people to be heard, and/or co-create directly with brands themselves. The outcomes are people-powered brand stories that represent a new form of value, or social currency. As more than 80% of all online content is now user generated, the value of user generated brand stories will only grow exponentially. The social currency value of content will ultimately depend on the perceived authenticity of the story itself, and the share of human versus manufactured voice, within brand communication. [Read more →]

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Men are from Mars, Women Like Social Media ~via @InsideCXM

May 13th, 2014 · TedRubin

 

 

 

More than once, I’ve read statistics that demonstrate how women are much more likely to use social media than men. Some of those statistics focus on the specific role a woman may have in life. One that I noticed specifically mentioned how quite a few mothers utilize social media to do something that women have always done well – communicate their likes and dislikes. [Read more →]

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My Mom Taught Me to be Available

May 11th, 2014 · TedRubin

 

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My mom was the one in the neighborhood who always was available to drive to and from any activity, and she insisted on taking anyone home who did not have a ride. She worked full-time as an elementary school teacher but always managed to make the time, be there for anything and everything, and show sincere interest. She was also welcome at all sporting events until the day she walked on a wrestling mat to tell the referee how to do his job. After that she was banned – LOL. [Read more →]

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So Glad I Met the @InfoGraphicTeam

May 6th, 2014 · TedRubin

Infographics are a great way to convey information and data visually to a broad audience and make your content easily shareable. As part of an overall branding, marketing and, syndication strategy, infographics are a great tool. The infographic helps to simplify your message through visuals, making it easier to understand, and empowers others to share and interact with the content very often much more so than the blog post itself. [Read more →]

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