Posts Tagged ‘Social Media Education’

We recently discussed good listening skills when it comes to social media. Now that you have learned more about hearing & listening, let’s talk about responding. Yes, you do have a chance to respond and you should actually respond. But here are a few rules this time. Don’t talk just to hear yourself talk. Say it out loud with me, “Don’t talk just to hear yourself talk!”

Some of the most amazing people, authorities, experts, salespeople and others I have ever worked with aren’t big talkers. But when they say something, people listen. Remember EF Hutton?

Hopefully when you talk it will work out better for you than it did for them.

If you do respond all the time but you disagree simply to disagree or you don’t have a valid, valuable or useful point, then simply, don’t say anything at all. If this sounds like you, then your responses may be perceived by others as “noise”. There are exceptions to this rule but we have all seen (& heard from) those individuals who like to hear themselves talk. We see them coming and we run as fast as we can in the other direction.

The ability to respond to others is a fantastic opportunity for you. When you respond to others posts, blogs, tweets you are potentially bringing value, contributing and not simply being a consumer. In a recent session with a client we talked about individuals who only post products and services they offer and nothing else. These posts are not viewed as being valuable to most of us. They are viewed as spam. One promo every so often is fine. But product or service promotions each and every posting, is definitely not fine. When you are responding to others, you have the opportunity to get your name and your business out there. You also have the ability to be viewed as the expert without being one of “those” people.

Have you had a positive experience when responding to others? Has your response ultimately led to business? Share your experiences with us here.

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder and President of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., specializing in Social Media Solutions and Social Media Staffing Solutions for businesses to build their social media success.

If you’re not completely satisfied with your Social Media program or solution it’s time for a change! Give us a call! But don’t just make a change for the sake of change. Understand why it makes sense first. Questions? Send me a note at ehultman@uberbluedm.com or call me at (847) 498-5494. Thank you for referring us to a friend. We sure would appreciate it if you “Like” us on Facebook.

In the past I haven’t sent eBlasts out as a common practice for ÜberBlueDM, Inc. We are Social Media Solutions Company and also provide Social Media Staffing solutions (promo). Does that mean we limit eMail marketing campaigns in social media? Absolutely not. Email marketing campaigns can be extremely effective, inexpensive and valuable if done properly. They can also encourage people to be driven to your social media. I put these in the social media, digital marketing, internet marketing category.

How it used to be done?

I am sure you get your share of emails. I am also sure that you would call some of it spam. Not everything we receive in our inbox is always welcome and certainly some of it doesn’t bring us value. That’s why you should give careful consideration to what you want to accomplish with your email campaigns and what rules to follow. Here are a few thoughts and tips.

If you already have an email marketing service, fantastic. The reason I suggest a service vs. sending via Outlook is because many of these services provide you with a lot more functionality. They can help keep track of mailing lists, give recipients the ability to unsubscribe (this is very important) and offer a lot of other bells and whistles for what people do with the your email after they receive it. For example, did they open the email, did they forward the email, did they click on links embedded in the email and so on. It’s nice to have this information although not all of the information is completely accurate. An example of this would be if someone has email forwarded to their Outlook. You won’t necessarily know if they forwarded the email to someone they know.

Not sure what service to use? You can check out Constant Contact or iContact. There are many many more out there. Constant Contact is considered to be one of the leading providers. Which ones do you like best?

Bring value. One thing we always talk about in social media is brining value. Is what you are saying, sending and offering others bringing something that is valuable? Again, not everything is going to resonate with all people but do your best to say to yourself before you hit send, “Is this something that I myself would like to receive?” Make every effort to take off your sales pitch hat and ask the question. If the answer is no then you better reconsider hitting that send button.

Make sure you give recipients the option to share your information, forward to a friend, share on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Make sure you provide links for your website and social media pages. Encourage them to actively get engaged in discussions, ask questions, provide their thoughts, advice and recommendations.

With that in mind, how are you succeeding with email campaigns? What is working for you? Why has one campaign been successful and another one not so successful?

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder and President of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., specializing in Social Media Solutions and Social Media Staffing Solutions for businesses to build their social media success.

If you’re not completely satisfied with your Social Media program or solution it’s time for a change! Give us a call! But don’t just make a change for the sake of change. Understand why it makes sense first. Questions? Send me a note at ehultman@uberbluedm.com or call me at (847) 498-5494. Thank you for referring us to a friend.

How many times have you heard this comment? “You’re listening to me, but you’re not hearing what I’m saying”. It’s one thing if you hear this line from your spouse, significant other, friend or colleague. Typically this is not a positive statement. The real question I have for you is this: how are you listening to your clients? What are your current and future clients talking about and asking about? What are they looking for on the web as it relates to your business? How and where can you actually “hear” what they are saying?

Listening when it comes to social media is something that is often overlooked. When is the right time to start listening in the chronological timeline of social media? The answer is…Right from the very beginning! Most business owners are so eager to get the Facebook fan page and Tweets going that they miss the point.

Start by listening first, to your current clients and potential clients. What are they talking about, interested in or having problems with? How can you help them? Given your expertise and your products, how can you be part of their solution? When you understand your target audience and where they hang out on the web you will be able to effectively implement the best tools. Ultimately these tools will make the most sense for everyone, giving everyone their sought-after results.

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In the beginning as part of your social media process “listening to the web” means researching and finding individuals, groups, communities, bloggers, fans and other related people and products who can dramatically impact your business. We often hear, “I don’t have time for that.” But finding time can mean the difference between success and failure of your social media strategy. When working with our clients we always recommend and ongoing commitment to taking time for research and listening. Part of this process also falls into the reputation management aspect of the solutions. The fact is that whether you do it or we do it…don’t wait, do it now.

Even if you have already implemented the aforementioned tools (Facebook and Twitter) it’s never too late to start listening. There are plenty of tools that you can harness and find your clients so that you can listen to them. If you are unsure what these tools are (many of the tools are free) give us a call. We can help suggest ways to listen that are relevant for you and for your business.

Perhaps you are already practicing good listening habits. If so, keep it up! The web is constantly changing and is never static.

How are you listening to your customers on the web? How are you finding success by listening? Share here. . .We all want to Listen and Hear what you are saying.

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder and President of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., specializing in Social Media Solutions and Social Media Staffing Solutions for businesses to build their social media success.


Yin Yang is a Chinese Tao symbol representing universal harmony and the positive balance that comes from the unity between complimentary forces.

When our lives are in balance between complementary forces like work and family, we are happy, healthy and productive. When our balance is out of whack, we are often miserable, frustrated and unproductive.

The same is true when promoting a brand, product or service. In this case, the Yin Yang or balance comes from the two complimentary forces of “Social Media” and “Traditional Marketing.”

Social media is a powerful, new force that includes Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, websites, blogs, viral massaging, behavior targeting, rich media and digital ads. When used correctly, these strategies and tactics can get your message out and increase its range exponentially. They can make your brand a national or international phenomenon. And they can provide a potent communication tool to ensure continuous dialogue with your customers, introduce geo-targeted promotions and quickly address customer service issues.

However, a sizable chuck of the population won’t know about your online presence unless they read about it in a print ad or piece of direct mail, hear your message on radio, see it on TV or maybe read an article featuring your product in a favorite magazine. This is where “Traditional Marketing” comes in. It is the “Yang” to your social media “Yin.”

Together, traditional marketing and social media techniques combine to form a perfect balance of marketing methods to make certain your company’s message is heard, accepted and acted upon. And this means more customers and profits for you. So, when creating your marketing plans, be sure to stay in balance.

A few words about the author. . .
Our ÜberBlueBlogger today is Mark Grant. Mark is Vice President of Marketing and Communications at ÜberBlueDM. Mark loves working with companies to help them find the marketing messaging, strategies and tactics they need to successfully sell their products and services. In fact, for over twenty-five years, Mark has worked with organizations in the design and implementation of powerful national, local and multicultural marketing and sales campaigns that have covered all direct marketing techniques. And, along the way, Mark’s promotions have won several awards and often broken sales records for his clients. His background includes working in several industries including Cable/Broadcasting, Financial, Education and Training.

Mark lives with his wife, son, horses and dogs. When not helping companies grow, he is a writer. His latest project is a collection of short stories titled, “Fictional Diversions.”

ÜberBlueDM is looking for individuals, groups, companies that have created or are getting ready to launch new tools for social media. Stuff that we like to call ÜberBlueÜbercool! Have you started a new community, developed a cutting edge app, gadget or new technology? Let us know what you have and we may feature it on our blog, website, fan page, tweet and all the interesting places we can share with others. If it’s NEW (or almost new) we would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@UberBluedm.com or call us at (847) 498-5494. Please share this. . .Thanks!

Change isn’t always easy. Change can be good. Change can be difficult. Change for the sake of change is not always a great strategy. The number one reason people resist change is FEAR (or it’s just a good excuse to not do something/anything).

All of the statements above may apply to you or to someone you know or to your business. Peter Brady in the Brady Bunch found out change was very difficult but necessary.

After watching Peter belt it out I was wondering how many songs are actually out there which include the word “change”. I found many songs. The one worth mentioning is a Taylor Swift tune which tops the iTunes chart of songs with the word “Change” in it. Ironically her song is entitled “Change” and is on her album “Fearless.” Considering my observation above, Swift is offering up solid advice. We must do our best to be fearless, when it comes to change.

But how does “Change” apply to social media? I advise my clients to remember that change with social media is a daily occurrence. We talk about the fact that with the constantly changing tools, the ever evolving ideas and the fact that businesses are still doing their best to understand what works and what doesn’t work, change is good.

Remember this: when you and your business/solutions provider are working together on a strategy, change is a natural part of the plan. It isn’t necessary to dig your heals into a concept that isn’t working. Be prepared to change if something isn’t working. I won’t get into all the things that work or don’t work here. But know that experimenting with new concepts is a good thing. When you find the right formula that doesn’t mean it will last forever. You have to be thinking constantly and consistently about the next big thing for you and your business. The nice thing about social media is that in large part, it doesn’t have to cost a fortune. You can accomplish a lot on a small budget. Don’t get sucked in to conversations that demand a fortune. Affordability is something that can be a part of your social media plan.

In keeping with the music theme, remember what REO Speedwagon says in Roll with the Changes, “So if you’re tired of the same old story, turn some pages. I will be here when you are ready to roll with the changes”

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., that specializes Social Media Solutions and provides Social Media Staffing and Temps for businesses to build their social media success.

Wanted. . .
ÜberBlueDM is looking for individuals, groups, companies that have created or are getting ready to launch new tools for social media. Stuff that we like to call ÜberBlueÜbercool! Have you started a new community, developed a cutting edge app, gadget or new technology? Let us know what you have and we may feature it on our blog, website, fan page, tweet and all the interesting places we can share with others. If it’s NEW (or almost new) we would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@UberBluedm.com or call us at (847) 498-5494. Please share this. . .Thanks!

So it’s the holiday season and you are challenged with finding the right gift for that special someone. Do you really want to give them a gift they don’t need? Certainly not! Why not give the gift that keeps on giving? Although this may be hard to believe, there are still many people that don’t know how to use Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. You may be one of them.

How often have you heard these statements, “I don’t know how to use Facebook, LinkedIn or any of those things” or “I am afraid to use Facebook and LinkedIn.” Typically there is fear associated with not knowing how to use these tools thus creating the fear of the unknown. I will say that I know many people who would love to be on Facebook but they aren’t, because they just don’t know how to get started.


For many of our fears we all might want to consider a good therapist. But for the fear of social media here are a few quick suggestions that will solve the problem and also serve as a great holiday gift.

For the people you never know what to get, who also don’t understand social media, you could spend time teaching them about one or several of the social media tools. I know for a fact that there are many grandparents who want to connect with their grandchildren more often. Learning Facebook would be one of those priceless gifts you could give them This would definitely be considered a gift that keeps on giving.

But you say, “Erik, I don’t have the time to do that with all of the holiday hustle and bustle.” Agreed. And I will say that if you don’t have the time to do it, we DO have the time to do it for you! [Warning: Here comes the shameless holiday promotion].

ÜberBlueDM offers hourly sessions during which we help our clients understand tools like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogs and other elements of social media. If you would like to give the gift of social media to someone you know or if you wish to treat yourself to a better understanding of social media please call (847) 498-5494 or go to our website www.uberbluedm.com. You can also visit our Do it NOW! Page, hit submit and we will be in touch.

As a final thought I am reminded of a great example of how fear controls people and how some people react to technology. Years ago I saw Jay Leno doing standup. He was talking about how he bought his parents a new TV with a remote. But when he went home for a visit they were still walking up to the TV to change the channel. He asked his Dad why they weren’t using the remote? And his Dad said, “You Mother was afraid we might start a fire if we didn’t aim it correctly”. Jay’s joke demonstrates how people are reluctant to use technology.

Have a Happy, Healthy and Safe Holiday Season!

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., that specializes Social Media Solutions and provides Social Media Staffing and Temps for businesses to build their social media success.

Wanted. . .

ÜberBlueDM is looking for individuals, groups, companies that have created or are getting ready to launch new tools for social media. Stuff that we like to call ÜberBlueÜbercool! Have you started a new community, developed a cutting edge app, gadget or new technology? Let us know what you have and we may feature it on our blog, website, fan page, tweet and all the interesting places we can share with others. If it’s NEW (or almost new) we would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@UberBluedm.com or call us at (847) 498-5494. Please share this. . .Thanks!

So by now you might have figured out that clearly, I am a huge fan of social media and all of the tools, technology and buzz that go along with it. Connecting with people you find interesting, bringing value to others, learning new things, being entertained and creatively expressing yourself are all reasons to utilize social media. Social Media also affords you a golden opportunity to generate revenue for your business!

However, what many people are missing about social media is that it should go well beyond the screens of your computer, television and mobile devices. Consider the technology as a starting point for being social. You, your business, friends, relatives and colleagues are connecting online. It is now time to move outside of the electronic boxes. How do I do this, you ask? How am I going to be more social Erik?

Here are three ways to be more social in person while using technology to enhance the experience.


Networking

So let’s take LinkedIn and Facebook to the next social level. Great to have a lot of contacts but why did you connect? Don’t just connect to show the numbers. I know plenty of people that only strive for the number of connections they have. This is not a good reason to connect. I will use a LinkedIn example for how to be more social. Join a group or start a group. Once you are part of that group (if they have a local chapter) plan an event. I have a group on LinkedIn called the North Shore Entrepreneurial Network (NSEN). We meet twice a month. The morning meeting allows people to network, connect, share leads and listen to great speakers. The evening event meets at different, fun or interesting location. Do your best to be creative, promote it and get out to really connect with your connections.

TweetUps

If you are using Twitter, then you have the ability to participate in or organize a Tweetup. Simply stated, a Tweetup is when people who tweet, meet up at a location. The location can be anywhere. The tweets usually start long before the event, but not always. While there may be a spur of the moment Tweetup, a well-planned Tweetup can lead to a much more successful event. Make it interesting, informative and add compelling speakers, along with (of course) a hip place to meet.

The event usually has a theme or topic. While everyone attends the event they tweet about it to their followers. Connecting a real person to his/her picture and tweets is fantastic. I also like the Tweets that go with the event as you never know what you might learn or who you might meet. Another favorite of mine are the Tweetups that may benefit a charity or fundraiser-what a great way to build awareness for a cause!

GeoLocation

Perhaps you are using Foursquare, Gowalla or Facebook mobile http://www.facebook.com/places/. While you are out and about town you can let people know where to meet up with you by checking in. You can also get some sweet deals at the same time. If you are a business let your fans and customers know about what tools you are using for geolocation. Invite people to plan events at your location. When they attend let them know they can also get a deal.

Keep geolocation in mind when planning an event. Let people who are attending the event know that checking-in while attending will not only let others know where they can meet up but that they might get a deal for being there. Maybe your business would benefit from a few hundred people showing up at your location for an event?

I ask. . .

So how are you taking your social out of the box, to the streets, being creative and getting face time with your friends, relatives colleagues and connections?

Wanted. . .

ÜberBlueDM is looking for individuals, groups, companies that have created or are getting ready to launch new tools for social media. Stuff that we like to call ÜberBlueÜbercool! Have you started a new community, developed a cutting edge app, gadget or new technology? Let us know what you have and we may feature it on our blog, website, fan page, tweet and all the interesting places we can share with others. If it’s NEW (or almost new) we would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@UberBluedm.com or call us at (847) 498-5494. Please share this blog. . .Thanks!

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., specializing in educating, empowering, strategizing, implementing, managing, reporting and Social Media Staffing and Temps for businesses to build their social media success.

Many of you have seen The Social Network and marveled at the speed at which Facebook was developed. At its current rate of activity, Facebook can claim to be the second most-visited website in the world (after Google), and the one that people linger on the longest. But what does that have to do with your business? Isn’t Facebook just for fun?



Social Media sites like Facebook and LinkedIn continue to add an astounding number of new users each week. While MySpace has diminished in popularity, there is always another new media right around the corner waiting to take its place on computer bookmarks and smart phones. According to website-monitoring.com, the average Facebook user spends over 55 minutes per day on the site. So your potential new customers are spending more time on social websites than ever, and that presents an opportunity for sales.

Our Culture Has Changed the Way We Get Information
I’m not ready to give up my traditional morning newspaper or evening broadcast news. But the competition for those media has rendered them less dominant as news sources. Now I can find headline news on Twitter from as many news organizations as I care to follow. I can use my mobile phone to get information wherever I happen to be in Chicagoland. And that information is updated continuously, so I am motivated to check on it throughout the day.

While I’m online, I often shop and share news with my friends at the same time. And my friends pass along great information to me about products and offers they “Like.” As social commerce emerges as the next logical step in social media, that fun interactive experience translates to some big dollars from active users.

What Can You Do to Stand Out Online?
You probably already have a website for your business, but you want to generate more traffic to the site to stay on your target audiences’ minds. Some of your competitors are creating Facebook fan pages with special offers, contests, or in-depth information about their products. Others are “tweeting” valuable information that educates consumers about their area of expertise. Geolocation programs and tag readers give patrons a reason to “check in” with a restaurant or store to earn freebies. These tools develop relationships with customers and build brand loyalty. They go beyond advertising to reinvent marketing for their customers’ lifestyles.

To be successful in today’s marketplace you need to engage in the latest media opportunities, in additional to traditional marketing outlets. If you need help sorting it all out and developing your own unique strategy, contact us at ÜberBlueDM. We want to empower your business for social media success.

Our ÜberBlueBlogger today is Beth Congbalay. Beth is Director of Business Development at ÜberBlueDM and has over twenty years of public relations and marketing experience. She loves to work with a team of people to turn marketing challenges into marketing successes. Her background includes work with leaders in healthcare, education, research, senior services, home improvement and a variety of small businesses. This has involved website development, print materials, media campaigns, networking programs and special events. She is excited about the incredible opportunities to incorporate social media with traditional marketing efforts.

A quick note from ÜberBlueDM. . .
ÜberBlueDM is looking for individuals, groups, companies that have created or are getting ready to launch new tools for social media. Stuff that we like to call ÜberBlueÜbercool! Have you started a new community, developed a cutting edge app, gadget or new technology? Let us know what you have and we may feature it on our blog, website, fan page, tweet and all the interesting places we can share with others. If it’s NEW (or almost new) we would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@UberBluedm.com or call us at (847) 498-5494. Please share this. . .Thanks!

I recently connected with Mark Ferdman, Co-Founder and President of Pushkart. “Pushkart is a free marketing and advertising service that enables you to get exclusive Deals, share them with your social networks, and hook up friends!” The company started on the East coast (Primarily the New York/New Jersey area). But they are spreading to the Midwest (Chicago Area).

Pushkart has a daunting task and is up against fierce competition from those companies that are searching for the magic bullet for success in this increasingly crowded space. I will say that my first impression of Pushkart was positive and I quickly noticed that they are harnessing several tools and services together in their offering.

Ferdman said Pushkart utilizes geolocation, group buying, social media and couponing. When a merchant uses the service, the customers that visit their location can take advantage of the deal that is being offered. The deal may be in the form of a product or service, discount or other offer from the merchant. If a purchase is involved the customer buys what is being offered from the merchant. There is a flat fee based on the size of your business.

Pushkart for Business

I must tell you that the day I interviewed Ferdman was the day that Facebook announced “Deals for Facebook Places” where users can find special offers from businesses. In a follow-up comment Mark stated that Facebook’s announcement, “certainly validates what we’re doing!” Whether we are talking about this type of tool or other tools, the competition fuels the need for everyone to strive to be the best. Needless to say we would still only have one brand of automobile if everyone back in the day said, “Well, Ford already has one”.

Another way Pushkart is differentiating itself from the competition is what they call, “Social Networth”.

“Social Networth, is an index we invented for Pushkart members and businesses. Our proprietary algorithm determines the interest levels in consumer categories amongst your connections, the size of your social networks, and how often you use Pushkart. Keep in mind, Social Networth is relative to the business that’s offering you a Deal. Your Social Networth might look great to one business but not so great to another.” They go on to explain, “With the advent of social media, you have literally become a broadcast channel. You have an audience with a specific reach and demographic. Businesses can use your Social Networth index to determine your value to them.”

Pushkart for Consumers

We will see how Pushkart continues to move forward with their new service. Yes we have seen big companies do their best to dominate the markets and push small businesses aside. What we have also seen is that it doesn’t always resonate with everyone. People love to see “David slaying Goliath”. Ferdman is clearly passionate about the company and has great expectations for success.

A note from ÜberBlueDM

We are looking for individuals, groups, companies that have created or are getting ready to launch new tools for social media. Stuff that we like to call ÜberBlueÜbercool! Have you started a new community, developed a cutting edge app, gadget or new technology? Let us know what you have and we may feature it on our blog, website, fan page, tweet and all the interesting places we can share with others. If it’s NEW (or almost new) we would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@UberBluedm.com or call us at (847) 498-5494. Please share this. . .Thanks!

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., specializing in educating, empowering, strategizing, implementing, managing, reporting and Social Media Staffing and Temps for businesses to build their social media success.

Boo! Yes Halloween is near and lots of creepy crawlies will be appearing in the shadows. Fear is everywhere. Never knowing what to expect is the mantra! But what else is out there that can be equally as scary for some people? I’m not talking about all the costumes and haunted houses. The fact is that many people are definitely fearful of the unknown when it comes to social media.

Remember the 1979 thriller, “When a Stranger Calls”

The babysitter says, “Please can’t you help me, I’m all alone here!” Unfortunately a lot of people feel that way when they start thinking about social media. Social and alone? Something is definitely wrong here. Case in point: I’ve had people show me their Twitter pages and they are completely locked down so no one can see their tweets. Why are their pages locked down? Most often, they tell me they are afraid to say anything to their audience, for FEAR of doing it wrong. I can also apply the same mentality/types of statements to other forms of social media they are using.

The common theme is…THE FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN!!!

Good News! The fear of social media can be completely eliminated or diminished significantly, with a solid education. While you can find social media tips on the web and you can ask others who use social media for advice, you and your company will benefit in the long run by using social media experts.

I will speak as to how we work with our clients. Each one or our client’s is unique and so are the people that work there. Everyone’s knowledge is at a different level. We get to know everyone and their business and then we spend time determining the best fit for their individual social media program. The plan they need is not a “one-size fits all” extracted from internet tips. We know each one of them cares about their business and want to show it off proudly to the world. Make education a priority and your first goal. It will save you time, money and lead to a strong and successful social media presence.

Keep in mind that not all social media solutions make sense for your business. So don’t be tricked into something that won’t work or doesn’t make sense. Treat yourself to learning more about social media. A word to the wise to be leary of any “social media expert” that doesn’t ask you a lot of questions in order to get to know you and your business. Be advised that setting up your Facebook Fan page or Twitter account does not make someone an expert.

Remember the lesson at the very end of the movie “The Good The Bad and The Ugly”? Patience is something that will pay dividends. So be patient. Don’t feel like you have to jump in with both feet or learn everything in a day. Start slow, don’t rush things and keep learning.

Spoiler alert…this is the finale for the movie

What are some of the Good the Bad and the Ugly lessons you have learned about social media so far?

Erik Hultman (a.k.a. E) is the Founder of ÜberBlueDM, Inc., specializing in educating, empowering, strategizing, implementing, managing, reporting and Social Media Staffing and Temps for businesses to build their social media success.