Some social media people have an obsession with the numbers – Klout scores, rankings, number of followers, etc. While I have major respect for those services and your scores on them, what are you gaining from your high marks? If it is just the high marks and nothing more, I’m not sure you’re accomplishing anything. And number of followers is not nearly as relevant as your standing in the community, the effectiveness of your charitable efforts, the depth of the friendships you’re creating, and your ability to use your newly-created personal brand to get real stuff done in your personal and work life. How did I get so many followers? Step 1: not caring so much about that.
I'm @RizzoTees, the T-shirt seller dude. I love you more than bacon. Vice President of Social Media at Falk Harrison, @MarquetteU grad, social media maniac, and red wine drinker. I tweet sunshine starting at 5am.
I'll be writing about 1.) my experiences as I work to build my business from nothing to something, 2.) what I have learned about Social Media and how it helps me build my personal brand and market my business, 3.) interviews with other entrepreneurs so you can hear what they have gone through to get their businesses off the ground, 4.) and any relevant web content that I can find that will further your knowledge of business building and Social Media.
And I'll post a bunch of random funny stuff too. Can't be all business all the time.