January 24, 2013
Holidays, Anniversaries, and a Fresh New Year for Search Influence!
Happy New Year, friends of Search Influence! We hope that your festivities were full of cheer, champagne and chums, and that 2013 has been treating you well. January 1st marked the 7th anniversary of Search Influence’s founding, and we couldn’t be prouder to have expanded in size and scope over the years. There’s an extravaganza up at the official SI blog: co-founders Will & Angie Scott have an entertaining and insightful Q&A on what makes us tick, highlights and memories, and some hopes for the future. Check it out!
Search Influence News
We recently celebrated our 7th anniversary and commemorated the occasion (and the holidays!) with a superb party at New Orleans’ own Rock-N-Bowl. Here’s a gallery of pictures from the event!
Additionally, Influencers have been all over the web lately. Our CEO Will Scott made it onto aimClear’s Best Interviews of 2012. Will’s interview is a great read — go check it out! Erika Karas recently had a piece entitled 5 New Content Types to Try in 2013, and Doug Thomas’s piece Advanced Facebook Ads: How to Beat Disapproval appeared in the Marketingland daily wrap-up.
New From The SI Blog:
• Stop Ignoring Your Leads: Best Practices For Capitalizing On Opportunities You May Not Even Know You Have – Tina Hua
• 12 Worst Social Media Mistakes of 2012 (And How to Avoid Them) – Laura Manning
• Taking the Twit Out of Twitter: How To Bounce Back From A Gaffe With Grace – Jennifer Stout
• Advanced Facebook Ads: How to Beat Disapproval – Douglas Thomas
• Google+ Communities Storm Into the Social Media Scene – Rebekah Durel
• Hold Off on the Half-Baked Google+ Local Merge – Hannah Russell
Every month, our Read This! feature brings you the best in DIY, practical-application tools for your online presence. This month, learn how to bounce back from a negative review without resorting to litigation, analyze your Instagram traffic to get the most bang for your Nashville filter, craft content that will stay fresh through the ages and more, all over on the SI blog!
The new year is here, and many are resolving to spruce up their website or social media endeavors. Are you sticking with the game plan or trying something new in 2013?
That’s all for right now, folks – thanks for reading, and happy 2013! We’ll see you right back here next month.