PRESS: For whom does the bell toll? It tolls for thee Email…

Posted in: Latest News- Oct 29, 2012 Comments Off

Last week Artechulate got its second run in the media.  The first was this launch interview with Andrew McMurty at Media Connect Blog Influencing – Llewellyn Artechulates a new social direction - which broadly spelt out the premise that inspired Artechulate in the first place. But altogether more exciting is the first mainstream press mention in the Sydney Morning Herald […]

CEOs should Tweet from the Top…

Posted in: Advice and ideas, Opinion- Oct 27, 2012 Comments Off

[Originally posted at the Salesforce Down Under Blog] “Embracing social media isn’t just a bit of fun, it is a vital way to communicate, keep your ear to the ground and improve your business.” These aren’t the words of someone with a vested interest in Social Media.  These are the words of someone who knows: […]

Five key lessons for engaging customers on Twitter

Posted in: Advice and ideas, Opinion- Oct 22, 2012 Comments Off

My website has been something of a train wreck for the last month, beginning with its hacking by what appear to be religiously inspired hackers keen to make a point around the #muslimrage topic.  Many said that running your own business was a challenge, but this certainly wasn’t something I was prepared for! However, it […]

Social SEO Killed The Internet Marketing Star

Posted in: Advice and ideas, Opinion- Oct 19, 2012 Comments Off

[Originally posted on the Salesforce Down Under Blog] Who’d be a Marketeer these days?  No sooner do you develop new skills that a medium dies and you’ve got to shift your skill set again!  First Newspapers, then TV, now Email.  Customers are forever changing the way they like to consume information from brands and it […]

Social: 4 Simple Tips for Facebook Brand Page Success

Posted in: Uncategorized- Oct 06, 2012 Comments Off

[Posted originally on the Salesforce.com Down Under Blog] It doesn’t cost anything to set up a Facebook page for your business, but what then?  Quite often the task of running a brand page on Facebook is a trial and error process – trying out different types of content to see what works.  Often it can […]