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Raise Funds, Raise Awareness: Effective Use of Social Media

Wednesday, February 16, 2021


It was my privilege today to speak to the Texas Council on Family Violence Executive Directors’ Conference. TCFV is a statewide organization representing a network of domestic violence programs that provide direct services to victims and their families. Here are the slides from my presentation. Raise Funds, Raise Awareness (Social Media) View more presentations from [...]

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Thursday, October 14, 2020

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How to Survive a Snark Attack View more presentations from Connie Reece.

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Social Media Engagement Guidelines: Surviving a Snark Attack

Wednesday, August 18, 2020


Like 2300 other hopefuls, I have submitted a proposal to present at South by Southwest 2011. This is actually for a dual presentation with Jennifer Wojcik (@TheJenATX on Twitter), co-founder of Pinqued. Here’s the description: One reason businesses delay entering the world of social media is the fear of swimming in shark-infested waters. Even the [...]

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Social Media Marketing GPS: Twitter Tactics - American Marketing Association

Tuesday, August 17, 2020


The link below is to a podcast I recorded for the AMA’s series on Toby Bloomberg‘s book, written completely on Twitter. While the book was written one tweet at a time, it’s not just about Twitter; the book covers all aspects of social media marketing. Listen to the podcast here: Social Media Marketing GPS: Twitter [...]

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The Future of Public Relations and Social Media

Monday, August 16, 2020


Public relations specialists were some of the first people to embrace the power of social media, and as a result they are often the ones leading the way in the social space, whether they are consulting with clients from an agency point of view or strategizing on an in-house PR team. In the past decade, [...]

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