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6 Ways To Improve Your Social Media For 2015

January 3, 2015

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Ever had your mother or someone like her say, “Get real!”  We live in a fast-paced world where most companies are trying to figure out how to deliver something that looks like and feels like good old fashion whatever their product or service is…but with less cost.  The end result is often an experience that […]

Being Relevant Today In Radio (And Social Media)

December 18, 2014

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How relevant are you? This can be a difficult question if you are truly looking deep to see the authentic answer. Worse yet is if you are actively seeking to see if your work to remain relevant is working. Today’s broadcasters have a more limited field than they did in past decades. This is in […]

A 30 Day Social Media Experiment For Your Radio Station: Go

September 14, 2014

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Social media is complicated, right? How do you have the most impact? How do you send an authentic message? How do you get people to share you, like you, love your station? How about starting with something simple? Our society has pulled away from individuals. You know your neighbor, but you may not know the […]

Do You Have A Real Social Media Content Strategy? Find Out.

July 13, 2014

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People always want to take the shortcuts. It is human nature. How can I get all the things I need to get done and not really have to do “all that?” Ah, shortcuts! Private equity tries to do that every day by trimming employees, process, and commitment while retaining the look of proper business. Oftentimes […]

Local Radio: Who Do You Know?

May 18, 2014

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Who do you know? A lot of personalities on the radio and owners/operators of radio stations think they don’t really need to meet new people, but it’s not true. Today’s media world and listener attention is splattered all across your market and you have new competition every single day. Living otherwise is crazy. So, how […]