Mindful Social Marketing: Interview with Janet Fouts – Part 1

Janet Fouts - Mindful Social Marketing

Do you have a mindful attitude when it comes to posting on social media? If not, check out my podcast interview with digital marketing expert Janet Fouts. She explains what mindfulness has to do with social media, and why it’s so important.

Janet Fouts is founder and CEO of Tatu Digital Media, a Silicon Valley social media management agency and a 20-year digital media marketing veteran. Her excitement about exploring the cutting edge of technology has kept her at the forefront of the industry, and she is a frequently requested speaker at events around the world. In addition to her social media consulting practice, she is a corporate trainer on the topics of digital marketing and social media.

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Twitter Chats: Interview with Tracey Ehman (Part 2)

In my last podcast episode, I spoke with Tracey Ehman, part of the Women Speakers Association Executive Team about Twitter Chats.

Tracey helps run the organization’s #SpeakerChat, which has enabled the WSA to increase its membership by giving its members a platform to share their expertise with other Twitter users.

In today’s episode, I ask Tracey to share why it’s important for biz owners to care about keyword research when it comes to social media marketing.

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Twitter Chats: Interview with Tracey Ehman (Part 1)

Tracey Ehman (@PartnerinBiz) is the go-to person for your online presence, ensuring that you not only get “found” by your target audience, but that your website and social media efforts increase your revenues.

As part of the Women Speakers Association Executive Team and co-host of the weekly #SpeakerChat, Tracey has been using Twitter Chats to educate, increase her reach, and build awareness for the past three years.

In today’s podcast, Tracey shares with me how Twitter Chats can help small business owners build awareness about their business, brand and offerings.

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