Archive for March, 2010

It Pays to Proofread. Even if You’re a Scammer.

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Even those trying to scam people could benefit from a good writer/editor. Check out this email that showed up in my mailbox this morning. It’s reeking with credibility – NOT! (more…)

Twitter Contests: Waste of Time or Opportunity to Engage With Followers?

Friday, March 19th, 2010

At this point, it is safe to say that just about everybody has at least heard of Twitter, if they don’t already have accounts set up. Attracting followers is generally the first objective of anyone who establishes a Twitter account. Followers represent a core group of individuals – or organizations – interested in what you have to say. Once followers have been established, the next goal is connecting with and building relationships with those followers.

This is where contests come in. (more…)