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Social media is not hard: you talk about pie

Too many folks WAY over-complicate social media. As my Tourism Currents business partner Leslie McLellan says, “It’s NOT rocket science; it’s social.” The screenshot above is an enjoyable exchange on Twitter between me (who likes to visit OKC and tell … Continue reading

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Protect your online reputation by listening and responding

Your online reputation built on many things, including the impression people get when they search for you and/or your business, organization or destination online. All of those reputation management services you read about don’t do anything mysterious; they basically churn … Continue reading

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Social media fear makes people spend dumb money

Look, I understand that there are still organizations that haven’t even reached the Cluetrain Manifesto stage – they still do not understand social media and they’re still scared of it. That’s precisely why Becky McCray and I do social media … Continue reading

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