Using “pee” to illustrate the different approaches to communication on an array of social media sites is cute, and surprisingly effective.
You can use the same communications planning tool to create a five-year strategy, run a media campaign, build a better newsletter, or write tweets. And you can use it whether you’re on staff somewhere or you’re a self-publishing author.
Watch two minutes on how NOT to be a good person. And then watch 20 seconds of how to be a great person.
Katya Andresen’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog reminds me a bit of my Blenz habit. Every post is short and sweet. It doesn’t beat around the bush but gets straight down to the business of being what it is and doing what it’s supposed to do.
Although I often feel intimidated by what Miller has accomplished in about the same amount of time as I’ve been running my business, I don’t think I’d feel intimidated by *her*.
I realized when I was wondering why Twitter so quickly moved from being an addiction to an annoyance that a little less politeness might be in order.