Dr. Seuss’s Grinch can teach you about how to use social media. Here are 5 Dr. Seuss Inspired Social Media Lessons.
Martin Luther King Jr’s social media influence is present in these 7 quotes. Shows how Dr. King’s teachings yield social media lessons.
The great civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968), would have embraced social media for providing a megaphone for those without a voice. As participants on a variety of social media platforms we have a right and a responsibility to live up to Dr. King’s words. Here are seven of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s quotes uttered to help gain civil rights for African Americans. They still apply to social media as we use it today. (Here are seven other quotes from Dr. King and their social media lessons.)
Steve Jobs continues to inspire us, even a year after his death. As bloggers who produce an on-going flow of information for our readers, we’re kindred spirits who feel a connection to Steve Jobs’ creative perspective.
Here are seven quotes from Steve Jobs that offer lessons for bloggers. Use them to take your blog to the next level of excellence. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
The Harry Potter series is one of the most widely read stories about a young person’s rite of passage. Covering Harry’s school years at Hogwarts, Harry Potter’s education has important lessons social media marketers because, just as Harry Potter learns to interact with other people at Hogwarts, we must learn to use social media to engage with our target audience. To give your social media engagement some Harry Potter style context, here are five quotes from JR Rowling’s seven part series.
Dating back to 776 BC, the Olympics have provided a forum for athletes to compete and show their strength and skill acquired over years of dedication and practice. This international competition has lessons for social media. Here are seven social media lessons from modern Olympians. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
Social media is a lot like baseball. Everyone must play by the same set of rules. The big difference is that on social media platforms the rules are unstated and enforced by the community while in baseball they’re well defined and enforced by umpires. Since each social media network has its own special community nuances, it’s only fitting that we turn to Yogi Berra, a Baseball Hall of Fame catcher and outfielder, known for his malapropisms, to learn a few social media lessons.