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Why do we share our feeling on facebook. Be happy, sad, anger, subbing we get on fb and probably confuse more on it then we would to ppl we deal with on a daily. Why is it easier to type what we feel then it is to verbally speak to someone. Why has facebook become the voice for most of us
Tonight's show is a rebroadcast of the show The Role of the Hebrew woman and how that contributes to the curse of the Israelite nation. It was a very powerful and informative show we encourage everyone to take another listen to. If you have not listened at all, we encourage you to seize this opportunity. Join us. 347-633-9606
If you are doing your own Facebook Marketing and you are not sure what you should and should not be doing then you will want to listen in to this show. We will be discussing Facebook business pages, groups, events and ads.
Mary Anne Cipressy and David Trippany of What's Up SWFL Social Media Bootcamp will be discussing and givng some practial tips on what you should be doing and what you should avoid doing when marketing on Facebook. This is for those who ar just getting started or are not having the results they would like to be getting.
Mari Smith is one of the world’s top social media thought leaders, widely recognized for her Facebook marketing expertise.
She is the author of The New Relationship Marketing and co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day.
Fast Company described Mari as, “A veritable engine of personal branding, a relationship marketing whiz and Pied Piper of the Online World.”
Forbes named Mari one of the top ten Social Media Power Influencers several years in a row, and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility named Mari one of the top ten Most Influential Small Business People on Twitter.
Mari’s background includes over twelve years in the fields of relationships, marketing and Internet technology.
As a passionate social media leader, Mari travels the US and internationally to provide engaging social media keynotes and in-depth training to entrepreneurs and corporations.
A self described “bubbly Scottish-Canadian,” Mari lives in San Diego, California.
Since 2010, Sherri-Lee Woycik has worked with a variety of companies from book authors to auto detailers to gourmet grocery stores to large hotel chains to leverage the power of social media to help them tell their story, build their connections and drive customers to their businesses.
Sherri-Lee works with her clients to create powerful Facebook marketing funnels that generate leads and create happy customers for her clients.
Sherri-Lee is also a sought after speaker and trainer and enjoys connecting with a variety of business owners to help them leverage the power of Facebook for their businesses.
She is a single mom of two kids who she home schools and enjoys creating adventures for them all to experience together.
Tonight is going to be a good show. We are going to be discussing all the Facebook drama. From he said she said to bullying to bully beat down. Has social media gone to far? Has social media given society a reason not to communicate face to face? What is going on with kids and social media? Do we put to much emphasis on social media? Are we giving these social media networks too much power? These are just a few things that we are going to dig in tonight and so much more, so tune in from 7pm to 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation.
Tune in as the Sistas discuss how friends of faith can have healthy dialogue about social issues.
This week social media was flooded with content and conversations about recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and New York where grand jury verdicts came in that police officers would not be tried for the deaths of two unarmed black men, Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Folks have found being privy to the opinions of their peers in the pew difficult waters to navigate. How do we have open conversation about difficult topics with our friends of faith?