Why You Should Share Content

Getting the most out of sharing content Anyone can post a link on Facebook or in a blog right? Do you know how to hyperlink so other blogs find out? Do you reach out to others about sharing their content? Social media is in it’s infancy, but more and more brands and businesses are getting […]

How to set Facebook Page Goals

A Goal is a desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve—a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines. Source: Wikipedia Your Facebook page is how you reach your fans, but how do […]

Why I Blog

  By Jeremy Winaker I am a senior staff member of the Kristol Hillel Center at the University of Delaware. I mentor Jewish students on campus and teach a university class, Biblical & Classical Literature, for the Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies. My position is funded by the Delaware Jewish community and a grant […]

Best Type of Facebook Posts

Ask and you shall receive is one of my favorite social media proverbs. Recently, a few images surfaced on Facebook with people asking for a million likes in order to get or do x Image Source: Twogirlsandapuppy A few days later, an image of two teens making a seemingly odd request also surfaced. Image Source: Peter […]

Create Twitter Engagement with Paper.li

Paper.li – A newspaper that writes itself and tweets for you, how could you say no? What is paper.li? by Micah Harvey Paper.li is a FREE, online newspaper that writes itself. You can customize how often your paper publishes, what sources it uses to generate content and designate a custom name for your paper. The […]

Unplug Yourself Challenge

Last night I co-sponsored a student led conversation about what it’s like to not have your phone. The conversation began with a request of everyone to place their phones in the middle of the circle. I was impressed that there wasn’t much hesitation. As connected as we all are, it was nice to give up my […]

The Hunt for a Social Media Job

By Brooke Weinbaum So you want to know what it’s like to interview for a social media position? Well it’s not as easy as “liking” the company’s Facebook Page, my friends (no pun intended)! As someone searching for a job in the social media world and a follower and student of SociallyGold, I’m going to […]

Why Social Media?

You either understand the benefits of social media, or you don’t. My full time job is with an apartment management company and I manage 51 social media pages across the country. Recently, part of my job is to travel to each of the properties and explain why social media is beneficial to their overall bottom […]

Best Email Marketing

E-Mail marketing always proves to be a challenge in that there are so many services, some free for certain levels, and some paid. I initially started my SociallyGold e-mail list with MailChimp because it’s free for under 2,000 subscribers and sending less than 12,000 emails a month. You’ll have to pay if you decide to […]