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Five Ways to Be a (Social Media) Clutter-Buster

Here’s my conundrum: I’m writing a blog post about rising above social media clutter . . . and the only way you’ll read this is if it rises above your social media clutter. It’s the 80s version of sending a direct mail piece that explains how to “get noticed” in your customer’s mailbox.

I better be freakin’ interesting here. No pressure.

First, let’s acknowledge this—what we consider to be clutter is not necessarily “clutter.” I mean, people inherently filter information. …

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Bryan Kramer

Posted on November 19, 2012 by Bryan Kramer

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IBM: Connecting with Generation C [INFOGRAPHIC]

We’re excited to have created this Infographic for IBM’s EMM (The “Market” agenda in their Smarter Commerce Initiative) to help visually explain “Generation C: The Connected Customer”. Please share this, Pin it, Tweet it, and talk about it – then visit the full campaign site to learn more about how Marketers are connecting with Generation C in this complex, consumer-driven social world.

Here’s the description copy:

Who is Generation C? Today’s connected customer. Generation C isn’t a demographic, it describes

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Bryan Kramer

Posted on June 27, 2012 by Bryan Kramer

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Five Roles of a Social Media Strategist

Wanted: Professional yet personable risk taker with a knack for engaging with strangers and the ability to ooze charisma and charm via the written word while adhering to brand guidelines. Strong communicator, adept analyst, skilled promoter and experienced policy maker. Oh, and intimate knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, and Pinterest is required. (It’d help if you can blog, too.)

Let’s be honest, when we hire a social strategist, we want that person to be everything for everybody. It’s …

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Bryan Kramer

Posted on April 19, 2012 by Bryan Kramer

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Taste Graph Trumps Social Graph

It’s no secret that everyone can connect with anyone. In fact, I just proved it.

Now, I’m not saying I didn’t work hard or don’t really enjoy connecting with people online. Actually, I had a really good time doing this and feel like I have connected with some really great people!

That said, for the last 90 days I wanted to show myself that the art of connection is possible–I connected with 6,000 new people on Twitter. My total reach …

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Bryan Kramer

Posted on January 04, 2012 by Bryan Kramer

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