In this article i’ll share a case study on how to run a Pinterest Contest. Facebook Promotion Guidelines do not allow you to use its functionality to run a contest, so I resorted to Pinterest instead. This contest called out for the residents of the apartment management company I work with to submit their home work [...]
Author Archive: Adam Goldberg
My passion is social media. I started this blog after a recommendation from someone who I met at the Non-Profit Technology Conference in San Francisco and have been going full force since then.
I have had a few jobs in the non-profit world, but now work in the profit world managing social media networks for apartment communities across the country. I manage pages in North and South Florida, Atlanta, DC, MA, NY, NJ and IL.
I get asked this all time. “Hey SociallyGold” “Yes?” “What is LinkedIn?” I joined LinkedIn when I was a junior in college because it was the hot new thing. I’ll be honest and say that I don’t used LinkedIn very often. I wanted to be able to answer this question, but I knew I [...]
Facebook makes it tough to get the attention of your fans, and they place buttons to encourage you to promote your posts all over your page. Facebook Guidelines specifically say “You must not use Facebook features or functionality as a promotion’s registration or entry mechanism. For example, the act of liking a Page or checking in to [...]
1. Don’t send too many emails If your like me, you get tons and tons of emails. If you send too many, your audience will start to ignore them. Try longer emails less often then shorter emails more often. 2. Monitor the data Email programs provide data on the emails you send. Use that data [...]
Steven Colbert forced former President Bill Clinton Last night. When asked why Bill hadn’t joined Twitter before, he said ”sort of insecure.” This was filmed at the Clinton Global Initiative University. Now that I’m no longer president I have been downgraded to Air Force Seven. #notColbertpretendingtobeme — Billy Jeff Clinton (@PrezBillyJeff) April 9, 2013 There [...]
I found myself in a conversation at my 9-5 yesterday defending Twitter. I was explaining to some co-workers, who don’t really get “The Twitter.” I can go on for hours about why I use Twitter, but I’m looking to my readers to see what you think. How the conversation started… As a disclaimer, these co-workers [...]
I’m not sure how I would have been able to handle all of my social media responsibilities this semester if it weren’t for Adam. I had the fortunate opportunity to personally meet with Adam and a few girls I’ve joined with in an Israel Advocacy Fellowship through Texas Hillel. Adam gave me so many great [...]
Are you addicted to social media like I am? This infographic from mylife.com shows what people think of their social media, how they consume it, how they share it and what they’re willing to do instead of giving it up. Soon to be Featured Fan Joel A. posted this on Twitter via Flipboard. Social Network Overload flip.it/yAf30 — Joel [...]
Adam from SociallyGold really has a gift for impeccable timing. Just this week he tweeted a solution to a problem I was having just as it was at the forefront of my mind. You see, I am helping a friend who is a public speaker consolidate Facebook fan pages that were created for him [...]