PR and Social Media Counsel from MaccaPR's Most Popular Posts
What insights can you learn for your company blog from ace public relations blogger Ryan May? What should your organization know about using LinkedIn that has nothing to do with resumes? How should marketers and PR professionals correctly use tech terms, such as tweeting and website? All of these answers can be found in the most popular MaccaPR blog posts.
MaccaPR has featured musings and commentary on strategic public relations and online marketing from Maccabeasts and some of the most provocative marketing minds since launching last fall. To celebrate this 39th post, MaccaPR gives you... these top ten posts. Enjoy!
#1: In honor of National Grammar Day, we posted "Is it website or Web site? A Social Media Grammar Lesson from the AP" with the most mistake-prone technology terms demystified. Check out the new rules! (February 28, 2013)
#2: Paul spilled his mind in "7 Marketing Secrets from Houdini & the Greatest Magicians Who Ever Lived" uniting his love for magic and marketing into a powerhouse post that you'll love. (January 10, 2013)
#3: While attending Social Media Marketing World (SMMW13), I summarized one of the most captivating sessions I've ever been to: "Secrets Behind the Psychology of Social Media Communities." (April 10, 2013)
#4: Maccabee, as an agency and as the drivers of MaccaPR, are so proud to have a blogging genius in our backyard... who even agreed to an interview with us so early on for, "Q&A with Ryan May: Minnesota PR Blog Rock Star Celebrates 10 Years." (February 20, 2013)
#5: Ranking higher than its numerical title, "9 Amazing Things Marketers Can Do With LinkedIn" expanded upon our agency's LinkedIn marketing infographic with one more stellar tip for rocking LinkedIn... in SlideShare form. (May 7, 2013)
#6: If you missed "Kmart's "Ship My Pants" Ad: Viral Genius or Epic Brand Fail?" post - or somehow the Kmart ad at all - you'll enjoy Paul's comedic critique of the brand strategy. (April 24, 2013)
#7: Often buzzed about, but not often clearly defined, content curation was the focus of Abra's "Content Curation: Defining What It Is and Is Not" post that itself was much buzzed about. (January 8, 2013)
#8: We hope you didn't miss these fabulous outside perspectives on creating content from several local marketing geniuses in "Avoiding God-Awful Content: Four Steps to Quality Content Marketing (Quotes)." (January 28, 2013)
#9: Paul's Q&A with the Clockwork Active Media Systems Founder, "Passionate Geeks, Digital Marketing, Mobile Apps & Nancy Lyons," proved to be so captivating that it landed in this top ten list.
#10: And, finally, who could have imagined that a bunch of pictures of food, or lovingly known as our "A Very Pinspired Potluck" blog post, would be so popular - and by "popular" we mean most views!? (December 19, 2012)
Mmm.. sweet success! We hope this look back allows those who missed some posts the first time to see them again and for us to reflect on the topics that you, our readers, are finding most fascinating. The gang behind this blog (Maccabeasts Paul, Abra and Deanna) promises to bring you more content like this, but in new and helpful-to-you ways.
We invite you to comment below on which blog post was your favorite – or not – and why. Thanks for helping us to continually evolve MaccaPR to ensure it is serving YOU our reader! Stay tuned for future MaccaPR posts on (categories in alphabetical order):Blogger Relations (1), Blogging (3), Brand Strategy (7), Content Curation (1), Corporate Communications (7), Crisis Communications (5), Event Marketing (2), Facebook (2), Giveaway (3), Google+ (1), Inbound Marketing (2), Infographic (2), Internal Communications (1), Interviews (5), LinkedIn (3), Measurement (1), Media Relations (5), On the Road (1), Pinterest (2),SEO (2), Social Media (12), Twitter (6), Video (1), Wikipedia (1) and YouTube (1)!
Please do share your thoughts with us - we want to hear from you!
P.S. For your viewing pleasure, here's our Top Ten list in SlideShare format:
Christina Milanowski is a former Maccabeast.
Topics: Social Media Marketing