Tag: Twitter

Social Networking Made Easy

Social Networking Made Easy

| August 11, 2009 | 2 Comments




Are you too timid to tweet? Too bewildered to blog? Are you looking for a new job? Or looking to make contacts? Social Networking is here to stay! I’ll be speaking at this free event, sponsored by  Tick Talk Toastmasters, Thursday, August 13, 2009 at 7pm about using these new and exciting tools to meet […]

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Interview with Bridget Ayers, GSW Consulting

Interview with Bridget Ayers, GSW Consulting




On Friday’s episode of North San Diego Business @Large I interviewed Bridget Ayers of GSW Consulting. Bridget was very gracious with her time, and knowledge. Much of the hour we spent together we discussed Twitter and it’s place in our overall marketing strategy. Right now, Twitter is experiencing a leveling out after the dramatic growth […]

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July 10th Espisode of North San Diego Business At Large

July 10th Espisode of North San Diego Business At Large




North San Diego Business at Large Show Notes: July 10, 2009

It’s Friday and that means North San Diego Business @Large, 3pm PT. Today I’ll be interviewing Bridget Ayers, GSW Consulting, about her business and how she uses social networking to market her business online. I’ve been teaching small business owners how to create […]

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North San Diego Business @Large Podcast

North San Diego Business @Large Podcast




On Friday, June 19, 2009 Lisa Bentson, Leads Club Inc., and I discussed low cost marketing strategies and networking tips.

We talked about the different types of business networking opportunities various organizations provide. We also discussed follow up strategies. One strategy Lisa and I agree on is the use of handwritten notes.  Here’s a […]

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Women In Business Symposium Conference Tips

Women In Business Symposium Conference Tips




The Women In Business Symposium is tomorrow, May 14th at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. In preparation for the event, I saw this link come across my Twitter stream and wanted to share it with you. Chris Brogan has written a blog post about 27 Things To Do Before A Conference. This post contains some really […]

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Twitter Tools Help You Leverage Your Business Online

Twitter Tools Help You Leverage Your Business Online




It’s hard to miss all the national conversation about Twitter. I even saw Twitter mentioned in a television ad. It’s a powerful tool for any business, you just need to know how to maximize it’s potential. Here are just a few sites that will help you gain the most from using Twitter. Try them out […]

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Why You Should Use Facebook and Twitter

Why You Should Use Facebook and Twitter

| March 12, 2009 | 1 Comment




Here is a great article I ran across in my daily online activities about CEOs using Facebook and Twitter to gain more visibility and brand awareness for their companies. If you have any questions about Facebook or Twitter, join me for North San Diego Business @Large tomorrow, March 13th at 3pm PT where we’ll spend […]

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It’s Tech Day at North San Diego Business

It’s Tech Day at North San Diego Business

| February 27, 2009 | 2 Comments




North San Diego Business At Large Show Notes: February 27, 2009

Join me and my guest co-host, Nathan McBride, CEO of YammerYak.com and fellow geek, so to speak!! We are starting at 3pm PT with interviewing Minoshia Humphrey, a local North County Business owner. She’s a Professional and Personal Energy Coach. We’ll be discussing […]

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San Diego Media on Twitter

San Diego Media on Twitter

| February 26, 2009 | 1 Comment




Here is a list of San Diego Media using Twitter courtesy of San Diego Metablogs.

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Twitter For Business

Twitter For Business

| February 17, 2009 | 1 Comment




Wow, all I’ve heard in the past week is Twitter. I’ve been on Twitter for several months now and am finding it a great marketing tool for my business. Tap on the image to the left to follow me! What’s Twitter you ask? It’s a microblogging platform, meaning you can “instant message” only 140 characters. […]

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