One of the first things I tell clients that I train in Social Media is to create original content, yep..just like I am doing here on this blog. Since we create websites besides the social media training, I find that they are initially overwhelmed just launching the website. After all, they have to give me [...]
So here I was wondering which topic I should write about for the #smcsfblogoff while I am perusing my Facebook stream and I happen to see a post on a friend’s wall about an app that gives you a list of the people who are checking your Facebook profile. And I click on it! Oh…no…what [...]
I personally have never used auto follow messages and most of my Social Media friends do not either. Maybe an autoresponder message after subscribing works for email because I am pretty selective when I do that and they have gained my trust. I already know I want to read their content. When I follow someone [...]
Our founder, Blanca Stella, was one of the presenters at the very first Ignite Miami. She spoke about her inspiration and her butterfly garden and how that led her to immerse in the Social Media community of Miami and the blogging world. IgniteMiami is the venue for people to get up on stage and share [...]
I was honored to be a part of this historic event with 70 Latina Bloggers going to the White House. You can read my post on my blog Mi Caminar: Latina Bloggers At The White House
With the Big G’s Penguin update asserting control over backlink quality, can webmasters and SEO gurus continue business as usual?
If you haven’t heard, Google launched the age of negative SEO on April 24th, 2012, Penguin, Google’s latest algo update killed traffic to around 3% of websites; not necessarily because the sites were poor quality but because the sites linking to them were poor quality.
This is an English version of a presentation of Twitter & Linked In Tips that I did in Colombia at E Commerce Day last year. What I found interesting is that most people were not aware of Twitter parties. Twitter parties are online virtual gatherings at specific times of the week. Most successful Twitter parties [...]
Brian Solis uses a term called Social Objects which refers to digital assets you create. Examples of social objects are: Photos on Flickr Videos on You Tube Events via Facebook, Twitvite, Plancast Social Bookmarks on Delicious, Documents on Scribd Powerpoints on Slideshare Comments on Blogs Check in on Foursquare But what do you do once [...]