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Jayme Soulati is a hybrid PR professional offering digital, content and social media marketing powered by public relations and message mapping. She is an award-winning professional blogger and author of Writing with Verve on the Blogging Journey.
She is president of Soulati Media, Inc. and a past president of the Publicity Club of Chicago.
Spot on and so smart. The one thing I have always done is get my inspiration from reading and then I craft a unique perspective with a bit of research and data proof points (if I need them). I know I'm probably missing the boat not writing to analytics, but...shoot, I like what I write the way it is!
I know I need to change it up...soon!
Thanks for commenting here!
I don't think Social Media Today has any pingbacks, so wanted to share that I used this post extensively in my post yesterday; it was wonderfully timely! Thank you!
Really good stuff, Jenna. I was so sad to see TweetChat's demise. I hope its new managers get it up and running quickly.
I need to urgently find a new tool or I'll resort to what's known -- HootSuite.
I think Nestivity sounds great; just too much action/options for my needs.
I appreciate your comment! This headline was so ridiculous, and it's caused a frenzy of other advertisers jumping on the "no more Facebook advertising" trend just before IPO.
As said, I probably have to congratulate the investor relations/PR team for pulling this coup for GM; I guess they need some good publicity, eh?
Thanks for saying! ~Jayme
I'm back for round two of comments; this post inspired my further thought on mastery, leadership and defining social media. The conversation needs some more thinking, though...please join it!
"Social Media Thinking" at http://soulati.com/blog. Wanted you to be aware.
Those who break, learn! No better example of having something that doesn't work and trying to tinker to fix it. When it's working, chalk one up to the learning queue.