Myrland Marketing Moment: LinkedIn Skills’ Endorsements…Should You Reciprocate?

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Myrland Marketing Moments are short, direct, to-the-point Marketing words of advice that only take a “Moment” to read. For more on LinkedIn Skills’ Endorsements, you might find these two posts informative: LinkedIn Skills’ Endorsements: What’s Going On? and LinkedIn Skills’ Endorsements – Part 2: Take Control of Your Skills Nancy Myrland is a Marketing and Business Development Plan Consultant, and …

MYRLAND MARKETING MOMENT

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Myrland Marketing Moment: Blog posts don’t always have to be keynote-worthy. Sometimes short is better!   Related articles Should Social Media Be in the Hands of Interns? (myrlandmarketing.com) Social Media: No One Starts in the Middle (myrlandmarketing.com) Social Media: Who Should Lead the Charge? (myrlandmarketing.com)

MYRLAND MARKETING MOMENT: VERSION 1.17.11

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 “Myrland Marketing Moment: Do you have 2011 Goals?  Today, write 1-4 on a piece of paper, then write them!” Let’s Discuss: It’s January 17, 2011. If you haven’t written your Marketing Plan, there’s still time. Everyone needs to do this, not just rainmakers, salespeople, managers and CEOs.  If you have a job, a career, and serve internal or external …

THESE ARE JUST TOOLS

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This is the Myrland Marketing Moment I shared yesterday: Myrland Marketing Moment:You know these are just tools we’re using, right? Have you decided what you’re building? I was inspired to write this because in the span of 3 hours yesterday morning, in the midst of a few projects I was working on, I continued to read posts and watch video …

Don’t Be A Hit And Run!

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One of the marketing messages I use to communicate with my clients the Myrland Marketing Moment.  As the name implies, it is a very short marketing message that only takes a moment to read. I typically post these all across social media. One Myrland Marketing Moment I shared the other day was: “If you want to be successful in social …

SERIOUSLY, DO YOUR CLIENTS KNOW?

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Yesterday’s Myrland Marketing Moment, which is my 120ish-character marketing suggestion I send out on all forms of Social Media, was this: Myrland Marketing Moment: We strive for clients to know, like & trust us.  Do we let clients know how we feel about them? I’ve been in legal and professional services marketing for a long time, and one of the …

IT’S TIME TO INVEST

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A few times a week, I send out short marketing words of wisdom on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter called Myrland Marketing Moments.  They are always fewer than 120 characters as I want to leave room for those kind enough to share, or ReTweet, them on Twitter.  Twitter only allows us 140 characters, so leaving space for others to add their …

MARKETING IS NOT A SPRINT. IT’S A MARATHON. STAY THE COURSE!

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MARKETING IS NOT A SPRINT. IT’S A MARATHON. STAY THE COURSE! This was the Myrland Marketing Moment I sent out over Twitter this morning. It’s not a new concept, just one that needs to be repeated frequently because we tend to tire of our marketing efforts from time to time. Here are a few nuggets of advice to help you …

MAKE ME LIKE YOU – I DARE YOU!

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I was partially wrong the other day when I Tweeted one of my Myrland Marketing Moments on Twitter. Here’s what I said:“Myrland Marketing Moment: Twitter is not a direct response, ‘call now’ sales tactic. It exists 2 build relationships.” I’ve been thinking about my comment about Twitter not being a direct response, call-now medium. I think I was a bit …