Run, don’t walk, to your favorite local bookstore and pick up a copy of our good friend Doug Karr’s new book, “Corporate Blogging for Dummies.”
(Okay, you could also click to your favorite online bookseller.)
Trust us, you need this book. And it’s not just because we at Raidious are in the book on pages 126 and 127 (not that we were looking or anything).
Doug, proprietor of DK New Media and the Marketing Tech Blog, is a brilliant and insightful thinker and doer in the field of online marketing. We just got our shipment from Amazon, and we can’t wait to dive in to read all he has to say.
(Full disclosure: Matt Chandler and Ryan Smith of Raidious are contributing writers on Marketing Tech Blog.)
New Raidious Training Service
If you’re a smaller business without the resources to hire writers to blog about your services and engage in social media, that’s no reason not to do it yourself.
If you need help getting your blog started, understanding the tricks and techniques of social media, or learning how to use the right tools to accomplish your online marketing goals, Raidious can help.
We offer a variety of seminars and sessions on topics including:
- writing for the web,
- best practices,
- creating a social media marketing plan,
- social media for crisis communications,
These sessions can be conducted on- or off-site, and are delivered by the personable and engaging Matt Chandler, an emerging thought leader in the field and skilled trainer.
A little about Matt:
- Content Architect and Lead Trainer for Raidious
- background in elementary and secondary education
- over 10 years’ experience managing online content for enterprise organizations including NYU Langone Medical Center and Community Health Network
- member of the Information Architecture Institute and the American Advertising Federation
- guest lecturer for groups including the Public Relations Society of America and Butler University
- featured guest blogger on Social Medial Today and Marketing Tech Blog
- regular guest on Sirius Satellite Radio.
And if you ask nicely he might bring George Benson along with him.