September 2009

Tweet0 Share0 Share0 +10 Pin0TOTAL SHARES 0 This is the fifth post in a five-part series on What Rockstars Can Teach You About Kicking Ass With Social Media.  Part one is here, part two is here, part three is here, and part four is here. Recently I blogged on The Daily Fix about how Amanda […]

Tweet0 Share1 Share0 +10 Pin0TOTAL SHARES 1This is the fourth post in a five-part series on What Rockstars Can Teach You About Kicking Ass With Social Media.  Part one is here, part two is here, part three is here. One area that so many companies are struggling with in creating content is finding a way […]

Tweet0 Share1 Share0 +10 Pin0TOTAL SHARES 1This is the third post in a five-part series on What Rockstars Can Teach You About Kicking Ass With Social Media.  Part one is here, part two is here. A few months ago I was doing research for a post on music marketing and found the above site, TheDonnasMedia.com.  […]

Tweet0 Share0 Share0 +10 Pin0TOTAL SHARES 0This is the second post in a five-part series on What Rockstars Can Teach You About Kicking Ass With Social Media.  Part one is here. If there is a ‘secret weapon’ that rockstars have in converting customers into fans, this is it.  By default, they are a member of […]

Tweet0 Share0 Share0 +10 Pin0TOTAL SHARES 0There’s a question I’ve been wondering about recently. Why do the people that buy most company’s products look like this: And the people that buy the products that most rockstars sell look like this: Why do companies have customers, and rockstars have fans? This was the key question I […]

Tweet0 Share0 Share0 +10 Pin0TOTAL SHARES 0On Monday we talked about 10 ways that you can increase comments on your company blog.  This is an area that a lot of blogging companies need and want help with. But at the end of the day, how does averaging 5 comments per post versus 3 comments per […]