My grandma taught us to behave well, to be kind, and to address our peers as well as our superiors with respect.
She taught us how to embrace our unique personalities and talents, but to be polite, thoughtful, and considerate at the same time. Grandma showed us to pay attention to details and she never forgot to say please and thank you.
With her help, we learned the value of writing hand-written thank you notes and even today, I still write those knowing that they are a rarity in an age of e-mails, text messages, and hashtags.
Even though your grandma might not be savvy on the newest Facebook and Twitter trends, she can still teach you a lot about social media marketing.
Today, we live in a world that is saturated with the newest online conversational piece. Electronics are truly the go-to when it comes to marketing yourself or your small business and it can be easy to dwell on the numbers you’re trying to reach, while forgetting about the actual people that you are marketing to. Continue reading
Yasmin is founder of yMarketingMatters, a social media marketing consulting agency all about things social media and marketing for the small/medium business owner. She provides strategic consulting services on everything social media and marketing. She thrives on helping SMB owners dive into the complex world of social media and integrate this with existing marketing strategies to get real results for their biz.