Search Results
Entries tagged with “

Recognized Authority

May 28, 201411:18 PM

How To Be A Recognized Authority tagged “Recognized Authority”

Do you define yourself as an authority in your industry? Does it really even bear repeating that if you're the only one who is recognizing yourself as an authority that you may, in fact, not actually be one? We see... Read more

By Mitch Joel

Utilities:


May 14, 2011 5:15 PM

Will A Brands Next Big Move Be A Journalism Department? tagged “Recognized Authority”

Who should own Social Media in the organization? The challenge in answering that question comes from a lack of clear definition. It depends on how you (and your organization) defines Social Media. Some see it as a communications channel, while... Read more

By Mitch Joel


April 5, 201111:57 PM

The Other Side Of Comments And Community tagged “Recognized Authority”

What can someone new to the Social Media world do to find and attract readers while building their own community? This was one question that was asked of Gini Dietrich during a recent Podcast. She answered today on her Spin... Read more

By Mitch Joel


March 30, 201111:43 PM

Business Social Media tagged “Recognized Authority”

Social Media has some funny quirks. On one hand, it's about connecting, building rapport, establishing yourself as a recognized authority, learning, growing and sharing... and most of the content you find from those trying to do those exact things are... Read more

By Mitch Joel


October 24, 200910:25 PM

The Part Of Social Media That Freaks Out Freelance Writers tagged “Recognized Authority”

Before getting into the meat of this Blog post, let it be known that I have been (and continue to be) a freelance writer (been at it since 1989). Yes, I have a full-time job (as President of Twist Image... Read more

By Mitch Joel


October 24, 2009 9:21 PM

Blogs Are Doing Very Well, Thank You Very Much tagged “Recognized Authority”

Technorati just released their, State Of The Blogosphere 2009, and some of the results will surprise you. According to the Fast Company Blog post, Blogging Is Dead, Long Live Journalism, writers, Bloggers, Journalists (or whatever you want to call them... Read more

By Mitch Joel


October 20, 2009 7:44 AM

Removing The Most Painful Question Potential Clients Always Ask tagged “Recognized Authority”

"I'd like you to come into our offices and help us understand why we still need a website." You can remove the word "website" and interchange it with practically anything from, Twitter and YouTube to Facebook or a mobile website.... Read more

By Mitch Joel


October 14, 200912:46 PM

Social Media And The Gentle Art Of Management tagged “Recognized Authority”

If there is one question that circulates around boardrooms, organizations and enterprises, it is: how do we manage Social Media from a management perspective? Here are 6 ways for management to manage Social Media: Acceptance - Social Media is not... Read more

By Mitch Joel


1