Author Archive for Jenelle Conner
The KimberTeam discusses how large and small brands are using Facebook contests “legally” and “illegally” based on Facebook’s TOS. What do you think about Facebook contests?
How do you react when you receive negative comments on your business’ Facebook page?
Earlier this week I had the pleasure of writing a Guest Post for Waxing UnLyrical (Shout out: Matt is the one who introduced me to WUL and he’s a big fan). In my post, The Ugly Side of Social Media Sharing, I detail how an image “Susan” (name changed) posted to Facebook, with the privacy setting “friends only,” was downloaded, then… more »
Discussion Topic: “What do you do when you find out your business page shared a Facebook photo that was acquired without permission?”
You really want to know what I read on a consistent basis? Honestly? Well, I read blurbs, headlines, tweets and summaries on a very frequent basis. I normally know just enough to engage in conversation, but not enough to sound “smart” on the topic. If you want to engage me in a full conversation about… more »
The T-H-U-D heard round the world. While, maybe not around the world, but at least at my local Yoga studio. Before I get to the THUD, let me bring you up to speed. A few months ago each member of our KimberTeam shared his/her #bucketlist. One goal on my #bucketlist was to get my Yoga teaching… more »
I love coupons. Okay? There, I’ve said it and it’s off my chest. I’m not like the crazy Extreme Couponing show where they spend 3 hours in a store, overloading 10 carts with unhealthy food just because they can get it for FREE!!! From what I’ve seen on the show, that level of dedication is almost… more »
If you knew me in college, this shouldn’t surprise you…
I had another post in mind for today. It was a post about engaging your employees in social media — one of my “go-to” topics. UPS employee Ken Jones’ witty, comical and light holiday video was going to be the inspiration behind the post. But, as I sat down to finalize the post, I couldn’t… more »
On October 4, Twitter announced that the Denver presidential debate was the “most tweeted-about event in U.S. politics.” The beauty of online content is that we have access to a breadth of information that allows us to become, and stay, as informed as we choose. Candidates are more accessible, multiple viewpoints are available and, if you… more »