About the author: Emily Molitor | SmartBlogs
Emily Molitor was product marketing and social integration manager at SmartBrief, working with sales and product development and social media strategy, among other areas.
By Emily Molitor on March 12th, 2011 | 151333 comments on this postLive+From+%23SXSW%3A+How+to+get+the+social+media+budget+you+need2011-03-12+22%3A22%3A01Emily+Molitorhttp%3A%2F%2Fsmartblogs.com%2Fsocialmedia%2F%3Fp%3D15133
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Jaime Punishill and Greg Matthews used their presentation to address a challenge that many social media teams face everyday: how to get the resources you need to use social media effectively.[…] Continue Reading »
This Q-and-A is with Jim Durbin, the owner of Durbin Media Group and a headhunter specializing in social media. As a blogger and a business owner, Durbin is a valued speaker on the topics of online employment, recruiting blogs, and using social networks in the hiring process.
What level of experience is necessary to be a top pick for a social-media role?[…] Continue Reading »
By Emily Molitor on November 19th, 2010 | 134594 comments on this post7-Eleven+leverages+presidential+buzz+for+Slurpee+Summit+tour2010-11-19+13%3A15%3A49Emily+Molitorhttp%3A%2F%2Fsmartblogs.com%2Fsocialmedia%2F%3Fp%3D13459
There are many examples of top brands watching their mentions and responding accordingly to individual customers on the social Web. Some have taken advantage of the attention to boost their image, services and bottom line (Comcast or TurboTax, for example).[…] Continue Reading »
By Emily Molitor on October 20th, 2010 | 5692Comment on this postHiring+a+social-media+practitioner%3A+What+do+you+look+for%3F2010-10-20+12%3A21%3A08Emily+Molitorhttp%3A%2F%2Fsmartblogs.com%2Fworkforce%2F%3Fp%3D5692
When I started at SmartBrief, my orientation included a reminder from human resources that when at meetings, conferences or any corporate event, we are representatives of the company and should act accordingly. Professionalism is paramount in business — this lesson is not new. What has changed, however, are the places where this lesson applies.
As we forage ahead into new social-media spaces, this lesson becomes extremely important.[…] Continue Reading »