Some weeks ago I was contacted by Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer here at MarketingProfs, who said she needed a “handyman” to assist her with her ANNARCHY blog. Of course, I was happy to oblige.
The term “handyman” morphed into an even more descriptive one that subsequently led to Ann extending an invitation to blog here as the “social media handyman.” I love it, as the moniker truly fits my approach to all thing social media related. After all, everyone needs a handyman from time to time.
Along with the privilege of blogging here comes responsibility. Ann has tasked me with a job, in fact, that of answering your questions about how to use the tools of social media for marketing and business communications purposes. Therefore, I would like to ask you to submit questions in the form of a comment to get the ball rolling.
I’ll be covering topics like:
- How can blogs help me market my business?
- How can I use Facebook for marketing purposes?
- What’s the deal with Twitter?
- What are the best social networks to use in building my social graph?
The list is truly endless, but rather than me presupposing what social media tools and techniques you’d like to get a better handle on, let me ask you to submit a question(s) via a comment to this post. Alternatively, you can email me at pchaney [at] gmail [dot] com.
I plan to update at least once per week (my frequency depends on how many questions I get). In between, you can check out The Social Media Handyman blog for more updates. Now, it’s your turn — ask away!