Jeff Sieh interviews social media experts Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick on this episode to discuss their new book, The Art Of Social Media. They discuss who the book was written for, what's missing in social media today, is it worth a small businesses time to be on Pinterest, and more.
Guy Kawasaki has been the chief evangelist for companies like Apple, Motorola, and most recently the online design tool Canva. Guy has written some great books like The Art of the Start and Enchantment.
Peg Fitzpatrick is a social media strategist and popular blogger writing on her own website and across the web. Peg has spearheaded successful social-media campaigns for Motorola, Audi, Google, and Virgin. The Art Of Social Media is her first book.
*We did have some technical difficulties with an echo during this live Google Hangout, but most of the echo was removed in post-production. I hope with you stick with the episode, since Guy and Peg offered some excellent advice.
Jeff Sieh discusses how to use Pinterest and Facebook together with Holly Homer from Kids Activities Blog. They discuss ways to drive traffic to your site through Pinterest, the dangers of scheduled posts, increasing your Facebook page's reach and much more.
Holly speaks at conferences across the country on blogging and social media topics – Bloggy Bootcamp, Emerging Tech, Declare Conference, Blog Elevated, Project Mom, Women Get Social and is scheduled to speak at Social Media Marketing World 2015 as well as Focused 2015. She has been featured on multiple radio interviews, TV appearances and podcasts. She runs blogger campaigns through Business 2 Blogger and is available for consulting.
Jeff Sieh discusses getting noticed on Pinterest with Cynthia Sanchez from Oh So Pinteresting. Cynthia and Jeff discuss how Pinterest determines the value of certain pins for search, how small businesses can get noticed with the new Smart Feed, Promoted Pins, and more.
Cynthia is the CEO and founder of Oh So Pinteresting, a business that helps businesses, bloggers and entrepreneurs use Pinterest to its fullest potential. Prior to her venture in social media, she worked as a registered radiation oncology nurse. With her background in the medical field, she brings a holistic approach to social media planning and strategy. Cynthia has quickly become a highly sought-after writer, podcaster, coach and speaker. Her motto: Don’t just pin it, do it!
On this episode, Jeff Sieh discusses the recent changes on Pinterest with Susan Jackson of Ahalogy. Topics include the new "Smart Feed", optimizing for interest based search, using specific calls to action on Pinterest, and other great tips.
Susan is the VP of content partnerships for Ahalogy, a content marketing startup company focused on delivering results from Pinterest. She heads up the Ahalogy Content Network, a partnership with the web’s top bloggers, writers, photographers and designers creating amazing content.
On today's episode Jeff Sieh talks with Ileane Smith about Driving Traffic With Pinterest. Discussion includes best practices for group boards, maximizing your time on Pinterest, tools that Ileane recommends, and much more Pinterest advice.
Ileane Smith is a blogger with a variety of interests including marketing, graphic design, music, networking, finances, and more, and her philosophy of life is to keep an open mind and allow the creative juices to flow. Her blog, Basic Blog Tips, covers blogging tutorials, tips, guest posting, YouTube, podcasting, and more.