Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

To Look or not to Look: Should you Check Applicants’ Social Media Profiles During Your Hiring Process?

To Look or not to Look: Should you Check Applicants’ Social Media Profiles During Your Hiring Process?
Hiring new employees is a major investment for any business, large or small. When you hire a new employee, you understandably want to do your due diligence and find out as much as you can about your applicant. You can call his or her references or former employers, but another easy, foolproof way to...
February 20th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Social Madness competition measures businesses’ social media prowess

Social Madness competition measures businesses’ social media prowess
A new March Madness-style competition put on by American City Business Journals puts corporate social media front and center. For Social Madness, the growth of a company’s social media presence is measured by tracking the number of votes it receives on three platforms: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn....
April 27th, 2012 | Announcements | Read More

How Twitter Chats Can Give Your Brand the Personality It Needs

How Twitter Chats Can Give Your Brand the Personality It Needs
There’s more to Twitter than what meets the eye. Newbies assume the community wants to know what they had for lunch today. Well, unless you’re a world-class chef sharing interesting meals on a daily basis with your followers, they could probably care less. But that’s the really cool...
March 7th, 2012 | Tips of the Trade | Read More

Roundup: Twitter tips, dealing with success & more

Just a few months after opening, the Union County Small Business Incubator is quickly outgrowing its space. [Read More] Mark Kvamme, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist who came to Ohio to work in Gov. John Kasich’s administration, discusses the 10-xelerator competition — and what comes next...
October 1st, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More

Tweet and Go Seek blends art, virtual world, real-time activity, marketing

Tweet and Go Seek blends art, virtual world, real-time activity, marketing
Matthew Barnes says he’s been fascinated with marketing and advertising since childhood, watching TV commercials and determining their effectiveness based on imagery and language. In fact, he frequently paid more attention to commercials than the programming they interrupted. Today, Barnes’s...
June 1st, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More

The Metropreneur Heads to The Launch Conference in San Francisco

The Metropreneur Heads to The Launch Conference in San Francisco
Startups from all over the United States will converge in San Francisco this week for an opportunity to show off their products, grab the attention of investors, and unveil their bleeding edge technology to the world at the Launch Conference. Columbus startup eEvent (who we featured in a Business Profile...
February 20th, 2011 | Announcements | Read More

The Social Side, Part 6: How To Make and Keep Fans in Social Media

The Social Side, Part 6: How To Make and Keep Fans in Social Media
During this series, we’ve discussed defining your social media goals, finding your best virtual mix, the almighty power of blogging, and your social media budget. With all those pieces in place, making and keeping your fans will be much easier, but not without challenges. After several years of marketing...
September 28th, 2010 | How-To Guides | Read More

The Social Side, Part 5: Your Social Media Budget

The Social Side, Part 5: Your Social Media Budget
Even if I had the budget, I wouldn’t dream of letting anyone else Tweet or Facebook for me. Never. I’m not alone. And just take a look at all those obscenely wealthy celebrities who could hire a ghost tweeter in a heartbeat, but don’t. There’s Lindsay Lohan and Ashton Kutcher, to name a few....
September 21st, 2010 | How-To Guides | Read More