Successful Ways to Unlock Local Social Media Strategies For Your Small Business


Social media presents today’s small business owner with a wealth of opportunities to find success in a major way. While many claim it’s all just too complicated, the reality is that most successful local social media strategies can be implemented at little to no out-of-pocket cost. You just need to know what works, what doesn’t … Read more

Online Marketing Recommendation – David Meerman Scott

David Meerman ScottThe The New Rules of Marketing and PR by David Meerman Scott

I’d definitely recommend this and I bought it for a few other people too. Marketing and public relations is vastly different on the Web than in mainstream media. He says that the “old rules” of mainstream media (which he says do not work on the Web) are about “controlling a message” and the only ways to get the message into the public domain using mainstream media is to buy expensive advertising or beg the media to write about you.

The Web is different!

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Are You Responsible for Comments Left on Your Blog?

If you run a blog, are you responsible for the comments left there?

I always thought that I was NOT responsible until I received a subpoena last week about a court case I wrote about 10 months earlier. I have to testify and give personal information about the commenters on my blog. I guess the defense attorney wants to try and get the case moved outside of Maynard Massachusetts where people don’t know about this blog.

Ahhhh this blog is read nationwide and so are the commenters, Attorney Donald F. DeMayo.

Joseph Magno, a teacher at Maynard High School, was arrested on charges of rape of a child, indecent assault and battery of a child under age of 14, and indecent assault and battery of a child over the age of 14. The charges stem from an alleged high school victim. It pissed me off and I blogged about it.

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