Talkin’ Brazen and Non-Profits

This week I took some time to talk with Ben from MapTechWorks. Ben gathers information and interviews to post on YouTube so other non-profits can benefit from specialists and experinced tech workers. It was a blast and check out the finished product below:

MAP TechWorks – Brazen Careerist in the Twin Cities

Moving on, tweeting for a salary and customer service

*spo0ky*I have recently accepted a position that will have me Facebooking, tweeting, managing  YouTube accounts and several other marketing and communication tasks… I couldn’t be happier! However, it got me thinking about the stigma of these positions and how it’s always so much more than just updating Facebook and bit.ly links.

There are many facets to positions that manage a company’s social media outlets. While people are responding to customer questions and concerns, workers also organize and implement marketing campaigns that are apart of larger plans. However, I believe that many times there is one major section that isn’t seen- the role of customer service in social media.


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YouTube- why you should have a channel.

Working with non-profits and small businesses I’ve learned that some think the video sharing site YouTube is trashy.

Comments I’ve heard:

I don’t want anyone just linking to my video.

It’s unprofessional, I would never want my content available there. There’s no criteria.

All of these comments can be true in some sense. However, those reasons have made the site successful.

What about not wanting just anyone linking to your video.

And WHY NOT? (Oh, I went there with caps)

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