Lisa Kalner Williams
Social media strategist, speaker, instructor
Yay! Laura will be a train ride away! Downeaster, baby! (You'l learn...)
5 months, 2 weeks ago on The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Laura Petrolino
@annacadizbennett Agreed! I also like how Viraltag integrates with Hootsuite so I'm not logging in here and there.
7 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/230892
@JayBaer Really exciting and very much needed. Love it! (I'm going to get at least two of the ones that you've listed.)
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Join Jay Baer for a Special Livefyre Q&A Today
@LSSocialEngage @Howie Goldfarb @JayBaer Interesting that comments are disabled for the video. So much for a social platform...
@LSSocialEngage @JayBaer I might have missed this one. Any link?
@ginidietrich @LauraPetrolino @sierratierra Ugh, don't get me started with Lance! #tdf
@LauraPetrolino Hey love! Can you send maybe 10 degrees of warmth up this way? There's chocolate in it if ya do...
@JayBaer @sierratierra I'll be doing some more of that -- on Google Docs, etc. SUPER important. Thanks for the feedback!
Love the "embrace the hecklers" idea -- I'm already thinking of some creative ways to do this. Thanks!
1 year, 1 month ago on 7 Speaking Tips You Never Heard Before
@ginidietrich @yvettepistorio I'd be happy to screenshare with y'all if you want to see how I use it for RSS reading/curation.
1 year, 7 months ago on RIP Google Reader: There are Other Options for You
I left Google Reader for Netvibes about two years ago. I knew I'd lose major cool cred, but it has been a great choice for me. The interface is more engaging and I like its flexibility.
@bethhayden @ginidietrich I was thinking that Collections could at least be a competitor because they looked super slick. But then I heard they were off the table: http://techcrunch.com/2012/10/25/facebook-collections-shut-down/
1 year, 11 months ago on Livefyre Q&A with Beth Hayden, Author Pinfluence
@bethhayden @ginidietrich I agree -- Curalate is pretty awesome but sometimes elusive in showing their "special features." I also use Pinalerts to let me know what folks have pinned from my blog/clients' blogs. It saves manual time of plugging each URL at a said interval.
@ginidietrich I have found having "Pin Me" buttons near blog posts w/images has increased traffic from other pinners -- because those people become foot soldiers in linking a blog to their boards.
@bethhayden @ginidietrich Is it a Q&A here in the comments section? Just want to make sure I'm in the right place. :)
@ginidietrich All my ideas sound incredibly hokey -- but most revolve around that you'll never get busted for anything if you keep it clean. (So keep it clean and hold on to all the reasons that you love the bike/competition in the first place.) No matter how we frame it, it's going to be a tough conversation.
2 years ago on The Lance Armstong PR Crisis
We are a big cycling family. My husband used to compete and he and I went to the 2005 TdF. I used to run a Yahoo! Group called "Queens of the Feed Zone" to talk about women/families who support their male cyclists. Back then, we asked each other, "How will we tell our children about Tyler Hamilton?" Because he had considerably less clout than Armstrong, the PR crisis remained with Hamilton for the most part. With Lance, the PR crisis spreads to competitive cycling as a whole. It's not just about HIS bike anymore.
Perhaps now Google will ease up on brand promotions/sweepstakes on G+ pages?
2 years, 3 months ago on 4 Reasons Google Bought Wildfire
@Rollie I hope you find what you're looking for!
2 years, 8 months ago on 5 Reasons Pinterest is Addicting and 4 Weaknesses That May Kill it
@Rollie I'll reply! I wrote about this very issue last week: http://sierratierra.com/2012/02/23/are-you-a-lars-ulrich-or-a-chuck-d-with-your-work-on-pinterest/
"Expect the unexpected" is fabulous advice for timelines -- or any other marketing plan on Facebook/Twitter/G+, etc!
2 years, 8 months ago on Small Business Tip Tuesday: 9 Ways to Prepare for Facebook’s Timeline for Business Pages
Great post for its tangibility for small to mid-sized businesses. The costs of running Facebook ads (as seen in the post) are not outrageous and have a much better chance of grabbing your target audience -- esp. if you're in a market like Wholesome Tummies. Lord knows it's better than spitting in the wind with print media!
3 years, 9 months ago on Case Study: Wholesome Tummies Grows Via Facebook
There's so much talk about *joining* LinkedIn groups. This is the first post I've read that encourages folks to start their own group. Great idea ... why *not* do it?
4 years ago on 7 Online Guerrilla Marketing Tips That Feed Your Business