Social Media For Social Good

    • Mark Cuban, the first trillionaire and chatbots on the edge

      By Mark Schaefer To me, SXSW is the most exciting place in the world, featuring all the coolest breakthrough thinkers in media, publishing, technology, and marketing. I did my best to pluck out a few meaningful sessions and here are some interesting highlights I picked up from my trip. This is PART TWO of my report from Austin. You can see my earlier notes here.

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  • Surprise! It’s not about passion. Five lessons on building a huge personal brand

    … By Mark Schaefer I’m proud to announce the official launch of my sixth (and best) book, KNOWN: The handbook for building and unleashing your personal brand in the digital age. At the end of this post, you can download a chapter for free! And you can see a “trailer” for the book here: Click here if you can’t see the KNOWN book trailer…

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  • Are you unknowingly supporting hate speech?

    … with that name. I don’t agree with everything he says and sometimes his humor offends me. But it’s his job to be provocative, entertaining and very political. Social media is simply another outlet for him. No one is forced to watch his show or follow his social media posts. He is an entertainer. And to a large extent, so is Donald Trump. I agree…

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  • Should Facebook be regulated?

    … safeguard to keep horrific content away from the eyes of children. Shouldn’t this be a topic of national discussion? Can’t we expect some option that gives parents the right to keep horrific content away from their children? This is important. Let the debate begin here, on The Marketing Companion podcast. In our latest episode, Tom Webster and I tackle…

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  • Five ideas: Constructive engagement in destructive times

    … had always believed knowing as much as possible was the way to go, but there’s ‘wrong’ information. Most news businesses around the world depend on selling advertising space, and to achieve that, they need the most eyeballs. Which means they produce emotionally stirring snippets that hook the consumer without enlightening him. Good for them, bad…

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  • Tolerance, diversity and the social media filter bubble

    … today, good! Correct it! Seeking the other I believe Mr. Wiesel has a point. If the otherness of the other helps defines us, how does this fit in a world where we build digital fortresses to keep diverse opinions out? A few weeks ago I wrote a post about 15 Amazing ways social media is changing the world. It was a glimpse of global impact based…

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  • 15 Amazing ways social media is changing the world

    … Ignore the hype that we’re all becoming more superficial and narcissistic because of our obsession with social media. What’s really going on is far more incredible. That’s the conclusion from an extraordinary research study by University College London provided in several new books and reports. Nine anthropologists spent 15 months living…

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  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Who really benefits?

    … response to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Donate here. Make a difference in the fight against ALS. The post ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Who really benefits? appeared first on Schaefer Marketing Solutions: We Help Businesses {grow}. Related Stories Can Millennials and social media solve complex world problems? Five companies with a human…

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  • Five companies with a human social media presence

    … in much of their content: Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A is a chain of restaurants that gets involved in whatever their raving fans are doing on a local level, whether cheering at a football game or a celebrating a birthday. The company is one of the few that is effectively integrating their paid advertising presence with social media connection…

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