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Works at CEO Marketing Nutz, Forbes Top 5 Social Media Woman, Forbes Top 10 / Top 50 Overall Social Media Power Influencers, Best Selling Author, Social Media Keynote Speaker, Social Media Trainer, Social Media Coach, Social Media Consultant, Social Business Consultant & Speaker, CEO / Founder @MktgNutz
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Greetings Google+ peeps! 


I am the CEO & co-founder of Marketing Nutz, an agile, full service social brand, word of mouth, digital marketing and reputation management agency.

We help business leaders build platforms that zoom ROI and life, not just a tweeting website. 

I believe in the power of  inspiration via relevant conversation and content that connects real people. It's not about the number of retweets, web hits or opt-ins that is going to determine your success. 

The power is in the people and inspiring them to listen, engage and connect with you in a genuine way. 

Connect with me, talk with me and let's grow our lives together. Sitting there lurking behind that avatar will get you exactly what you put into it! 


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Unless you have been living under a rock, or on an island all by yourself, you have likely heard of “Mobilegeddon” or in kinder terms, the Google Mobile Friendly update.

On April 21, 2015 Google officially released quite a significant new mobile-friendly algorithm. The new algorithm is designed to give a boost to mobile-friendly web pages in Google’s mobile search results.

This is very good news for those of us who have invested in ensuring our sites are mobile friendly!

If you are one of the people who has been living under a rock and/or ignored Google’s announcement informing the world this was coming back in December 2014 then this is likely not good news for you.

Don’t freak out on me. In this 19 minute episode of of the Social Zoom Factor podcast I put this new update in a nutshell for you. I provide you with the most important information you need to know as well as what you can do to ensure your site is in good graces with Google and it’s new mobile search ranking criteria.

In this 19 minute podcast you will learn: 

Google Mobile-Friendly Update Overview (what you need to know and why)
Answers to some of your most frequently asked questions regarding the new Google mobile update
How to check if your site is mobile friendly according to Google
What to do to ensure you are in good graces with Google’s new mobile search ranking algorithm
Common mistakes to avoid
Best practices for mobile sites
Recommended Resources mentioned: 

Check if your site is mobile-friendly according to Google’s new algorithm
Google Developer tools for making your website compliant with mobile friendly guidelines
Google Identified Top Mistakes for Mobile Websites
Google Showcase of multi-screen success stories 
Genesis Studiopress WordPress Framework (mobile responsive framework and themes)
Google Analytics

#google   #mobilegeddon   #seo   #googleupdate   #Mobilemarketin   #mobile   #search   #smo   #dev   #mobiledesign   #wordpress  
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Are you a digital marketing leader struggling with not enough time, budget or people to help you implement your social business and marketing programs and kick butt in the world of social, digital marketing and business!

Many social and digital marketers feel that they are pulled into too many directions. They complain of being too busy. They complain of not having adequate budget allocated to their programs. They may struggle with obtaining buy-in for their program.

It is time digital marketers step up and lead. They must own their programs. They need to learn to say no to the wrong things so they can say yes to the right things! They need to develop a plan and obtain the resources needed to implement it.

In this 30 minute podcast you will learn: 
10 Tips to take lead on your social and digital program
Lead without asking for permission
How to say no so you can say yes to the right things
Designing your dream team
Setting short term 3, 6 and 9 month goals for both short term and longer term buy-in
How to get your social media budget approved
Why you must dig into the data
Speaking the same language as your executives and team members and why you may need to invest in training as step one
Importance of being accountable for results, with no excuses
 
#leadership   #marketing   #socialmedia   #digitalmarketing   #measure   #socialbusiness  
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Are you focusing on menial metrics, vanity metrics and things that are really not moving your business and life forward? Or are you staying laser focused on the right things. Are you investing your time, mindshare and effort on tactics, strategies and big ideas, concepts and innovations that can bring real meaning to your business, your life, your customers, your community and anyone that comes in contact with your brand?

Are you taking the time to practice what you preach? Are you walking the walk? Are you preaching brand humanization, being human, power of relationships, authenticity, and the importance of connecting with real human beings but plastering your face in your phone at every face to face training and event you attend?

Depending on when you are reading this… as you start your week, start your weekend, start the weekend, or end your weekend I simply ask you to think about these two words… menial and meaningful. Make sure you are focus on the right one.

Take a listen to the 112th episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast to learn more. Be sure to subscribe to the entire series on iTunes, Stitcher or SoundCloud!

In this 13 minute podcast you will learn: 

The real difference between menial and meaningful
Why taking time to experience life helps you add more value to your audience, community and customers
Reality check on the cost of keeping your head buried in your phone 24/7, 365 days of the year even when in face to face opportunities to build real relationships
Why less is truly more
Focusing on priorities to live the life you want, not just dream about it

#inspiration   #entrepreneur   #Timemanagement   #leadership  
#marketing   #startup   #socialmedia   #measure   #analytics   #priorities  
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If you are attending live in person industry and networking events or trade shows, you are likely investing a decent amount of both money and time.

How can you maximize your ROI for the time and money spent? Time is one of our greatest assets and using it wisely is key to success in business and happiness in life.

Take a listen to the 110th episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast to hear my top 5 ways you can increase your event ROI with social media and networking, before, during and after the event. Included are numerous examples of how I personally maximize time at events including two events recently attended and spoke at, the Adobe Summit and Social Media Marketing World, 2015.

In this 30 minute podcast you will learn: 

5 Tips to maximize ROI at in person events
How to set goals and objectives for attending an event
Why pre-event planning is key to maximizing your time invested
Tapping into private social networking groups such as Facebook and LinkedIn
Importance of researching events on the front and back end of the main event that you can attend
Reaching out and connecting to speakers, organizers and attendees via Twitter and other social networks pre-event
Creating Twitter and other lists to keep track of contacts
Importance of not being shy and reaching out to people you may not know prior to event
Making your list of people you want to meet
Why event halls are magical for networking
The importance of being in the moment, vs having your head stuck in your phone
Capturing the moments real time via visual marketing and live streaming
Prioritizing networking event opportunities
Post event networking opportunities
Maximizing visual marketing to keep the conversations going post event
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Did you know what you do off of Twitter is as important as what you do on Twitter?

It seems even smart marketers are looking for the magic easy button when it comes to building a community, establishing trust and finding ways to truly tap into the power of Twitter to enhance their brand and achieve their business goals and objectives.

They seem to find themselves chasing shiny objects, Random Acts of Marketing (RAMs) and Random Acts of Tweeting (RATs) with very little result when they should be focused on delivering value at every brand touch with a goal of inspiring, connecting and nurturing relationships with human beings.

#Smmw15  #socialmedia #twitter
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"Just saying you are a coach, speaker, biz leader doesn't make you one! People are NOT idiots" via +Gary Vaynerchuk 

Yes! Preach Gary! 
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Basically Gary is referring to people who have no real biz or life experience that are claiming to be a life or biz coach +Phyllis Khare - Social Inc. . 
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There are many different ways you can monetize your blog, website, Google Hangouts, and other online digital assets and platforms. However, it requires the right mindset, proper planning, goal setting and an integrated platform that serves your audience and community while helping you achieve your business and life goals.

Don’t just do social. Don’t just be social. Be socially relevant.
Unfortunately many business leaders hop online with the belief of “build it and they will come” or over simplify with such thoughts as “be social, engage, and the money will flow in.” Of course engaging with your audience online helps nurture relationships, helps you earn loyalty.

However, you must have the customer in the first place or be able to earn them. Chances are for most businesses, that a few stand-alone tweets are not going to by themselves get you new customers. You must have a platform that attracts them, a conversion funnel to help nurture the relationship and be able to deliver what you promise to earn their business in the first place.

Are you struggling with how to monetize the time you have invested online? Would you like to increase sales of your consulting or agency services? How about obtain a sponsor for your podcast or Google Hangout or get more paid speaking engagements? Or maybe you would like to setup a membership site where you can sell training modules?

Take a listen to the 116th episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast to learn how you can monetize your platform starting today!

#monetization   #digitalmarketing   #socialmedia  
#branding   #blogging   #google   #googlehangout   #hangout   #twitterchat   #twitter  
#facebook  
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Many digital and social marketers shy away from data and analytics. The foolish marketers may fear it’s the dark side of marketing and that they will get drawn into week long meetings discussing menial metrics and data algorithms. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Smart marketers know that data and analytics is the light at the end of the tunnel to build their business. It is data that shines the light that helps us know our customers, know our audience, understand how we can inspire, connect with and build communities. Is is data and measurement that empowers us to make data driven decisions, measure return on investment (ROI) and establish metrics for success.

The focus on data should be to create delightful, meaningful conversations, experiences and relationships that can help sustain both business and life.

This podcast is part of a new series titled “You are the Media!” where we will dive deep into how you can build an integrated online digital and social platform that works when you aren’t working. A platform that helps you achieve your business goals. A platform that helps you achieve and live your dreams. A platform that organically help you inspire, attract and connect with your ideal customer and simply amazing people who you want to have by your side.

We’ll be diving into digital frameworks, content calendars and plans, strategic and tactical options for social media, personal branding, business branding, measurement and more.

One of the critical and foundational elements for success in business and online marketing is understanding the power of data and analytics to grow your business and ignite relationships with the people that matter most to your business and life.

Take a listen and be sure to subscribe to the entire series on iTunes, Stitcher or SoundCloud!

Free webinars: We are also launching a series of webinars and training opportunities to dig even deeper. Sign up here-> http://www.socialzoomfactor.com/youarethemedia 

#bigdata   #digitalmarketing   #teradata   #socialmedia   #socialbusines   #socialstrategy   #data   #measure   #analytics   #marketing   #marketingtips   #googleplus   #googleanalytics  
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My hubby +Josh Moore cruisin' w/his new #Applewatch! Battery on this baby rocks! 
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Are you speaking to an audience of one? Or are you creating blanket, overwhelming, confusing and “throw everything including the kitchen sink” customer experiences?

Are you using your integrated online digital platform to truly connect with the human beings within your audience and online communities? Or are you getting so lost in the data, shiny objects, tools and gadgets that you are losing sight of why you are doing what you do in the first place?

#BigData   #TeraData   #TeraDataOne   #Analytics   #Measure   #Socbiz   #DigitalMarketing   #SocialMedia  
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Your brand is the foundation and one of the most important aspects of your business. Doesn’t matter if you are a solo entrepreneur, small business, large, super size, business to business, business to consumer or anything in between. You only have one chance to make a first, second and third brand impression.

In a nutshell your brand is your promise to all those who come in contact with your brand. It’s your promise to your customers, partners, employees, audience and community. Your brand will help you tell your story and helps you build trust as it informs people what to expect. When done right it will also help differentiate you from your competition.

Your brand is rooted in who you are at the core, what you are about and what you do for your customers, employees, partners, audience and even online community.

Your brand is so much more than your logo. Of course your logo, colors, website, mobile site (or not), mobile applications, videos, tweets, Facebook and other social network pages, packaging, communication is also part of your brand foundation.

Some may argue that “your audience determines your brand, so why worry about it.”  While this is true that the perception of your brand is in fact in the eye, heart and mind of the recipient. It is not true that the receiver is responsible for that first, second or third brand touch. That responsibility comes from you.

As a marketer you have the opportunity to be storyteller, and to also engage and empowers others to not only be part of the story, but to give them a canvas and a paint brush and inspire them to help you write and tell it.

By developing your brand strategy, brand architecture, vision, mission and more, you can impact perceptions. You can better connect with the human beings on the receiving end of your brand visuals, messages, social media updates and everything you create and deliver via whatever mediums you are using to connect with your audience, community and customers.  Although you obviously can not control how others perceive your brand, you can definitely influence and design a positive, inspiring and engaging experience every time they come in contact with your brand.

Take a listen to the 109th episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast where I provide the definition of a brand, reputation and most importantly the top 5 reasons why you must develop your brand strategy and how it can benefit your business, customers and greater community!
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An interesting list from Twitterland - the World's Friendliest Influential Social Media Experts. Those these lists are always controversial... I won't complain about being included in a "friendly list!" ;) 

According to Twitterland I conversed with 3,048 people on Twitter alone. 

My thoughts on the list and algorithm are in the comments on the blog post. Would love to hear your thoughts as well. 

#socialmedia   #twitter   #influence   #measure   #analytic   #marketing  
The world's friendliest influential social media experts that we looked at had conversations with thousands of people. Some had more than 1,900 discussions.
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*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

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www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

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*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 10 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
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*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
themarketingnutz.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 10 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
www.pammarketingnut.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
themarketingnutz.com

*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 10 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

Pam Moore
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*Forbes Top 10 Social Media Women, Forbes top 50 Social Media Power Influencer - CEO / founder of Marketing Nutz, full service social brand,

My kids and husband love this place. Good bagel sandwiches and coffee. It's packed on a Sunday morning before church. Becoming our Sunday tradition. Easy to get in, get out & on with your day. Restaurant is clean and cozy inside.
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Good restaurant. As close to mexican or tex mex as we can get in Florida unfortunately. ;)
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Great service. Ask for Zach. Very helpful.
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Excellent restaurant. Outstanding service, delicious food. Good and caring management and staff. Five stars all the way.
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