Posts tagged ‘LinkedIn’

September 19, 2011

Top Ten Takeaways From the Inbound Marketing Summit (#IMS11, #HUGS2011)

Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki

Two months ago, I had my commencement ceremony (in FL) and Inbound Marketing Summit scheduled for the same weekend. I knew I wouldn’t be able attend HubSpot’s Inbound Marketing Summit (IMS) because of my commencement ceremony. I was dying to meet one of the guest speakers, Guy Kawaski (Former chief evangelist of Apple, Co-founder of Alltop.com, Author of Enchantment) and learn more information about Inbound Marketing (I’m certified as an Inbound Marketing Certified Specialist through HubSpot). At the end of the day, my husband and I moved to TN (due to an amazing job offer), I couldn’t attend both my commencement and #IMS2011. But, I’m excited to share the top ten takeaways by someone who has attended this, please click here.

Guy Kawasaski

Guy Kawasaski

 

 

 

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September 10, 2011

Social Media Marketing and growing your business

In an effort to prove that social media marketing isn’t just something that teenagers and hip individuals do, it can really grow your business if you’re determined to really put the time it takes to invest in your brand to a broad audience, visit the picture below from Mashable:

need a simple walk through of what you need to do? Don’t hesitate to contact me for details: EquineVal@gmail.com or call me personally at 786-47-HORSE

September 3, 2011

5-Minute Guide to Getting a Job in Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

I’m excited about starting the new chapter in my life: I’m moving to Tennessee this Labor Day weekend and I’ll complete my Masters of Business Administration degree in October.

I’ll be looking for a job in Marketing in a new (State) town, specifically in Social Media (& would love to be in the Four-Legged Industry) but I would be happy doing Social Media Consulting in the General Industry. Here is the 5-minute guide to getting a job in Social Media, I found it on Mashable, I have done all these steps already.

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