Social Networking Nanny featured in Good Morning America ‘Work at Home’ segment by Tory Johnson

Wow, this has been very exciting, and the response has been heartwarming!  I, as the Social Networking Nanny, was featured in a ‘How to Work From Home’ segment by Tory Johnson, on Good Morning America!  The video is below, and I have also included the link to their website where there is written information as well.  Tory has wonderful insights, so I highly recommend checking it out. Good Morning America – How to Work From Home

Week in Review: Mar 21-27

March 22

New – Social Networking Consultation by the Social Networking Nanny

$50. Consultation of your current Social Networking setup and strategies. Includes tips and suggestions to make your Social Networking more effective and efficient, while also providing overall appearance hints.





March 23

‘Twitter Forces Facebook to Open up Beyond “Friends”‘

Enabling users to make status updates visible to “Everyone” was one step in the direction of Twitter. The aim is to provide services like “trending topics” and other aggregate features that help bring disconnected users together. The benefit is that users can find those individuals involved in similar conversations rather than searching for an application targeted at them. In other words, users get to connect through an open conversation stream.

March 23

‘Twitter Reduces Spam to 1% of Tweets’

March 24

‘Could Facebook and Twitter Become Paparazzi Platforms?’



March 24

Zynga, Music, TV and a Mixed Bag in This Week’s Top 20 Facebook Pages’s-top-20-facebook-pages/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed: InsideFacebook (Inside Facebook)

March 26

*Warning* Fake Zynga Toolbars Will Steal Your Facebook Password allfacebook (Facebook Blog)

March 27

Facebook Site Governance: We’ve proposed updates to our Privacy Policy and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. We encourage you to read through the updates and offer your comments by 12:00 am PDT on 04/03/10.!/fbsitegovernance?ref=mf

March 28

‘Facebook Insights To Take On Google Analytics’ allfacebook (Facebook Blog)

February in review – Social Networking

February updates, originally posted to my Facebook Fan page

Feb 2…

10 Tips For Content Marketing Success

1. Ensure all content passes the “So what?” test
2. Create remarkable content, take chances, stand out
3. Speed and agility are factors
4. Personality is essential
5. Content should forge connections
6. Worry less about perfection, more about tone
7. Make content scan-able (and attractive)
8. Draft sticky headlines
9. Consistency and quality
10. Realize promotion can’t help bad content

Thanks to Online Marketing Blog…full article here…



Feb 19…

Advice from Peter Shankman – HARO

Peter Shankman helped spark my interest in Social Networking…in this article he outlines some important key points:

1. Listen more than you talk.
2. Offer help.
3. Learn from others.
4. Spend time building your Social Network every day.
5. Stay in touch with people even when you don’t need something.
6. If you wouldn’t do it face to face, don’t do it online.

Thanks to AOL Find a Job section…full article here…|htmlws-sb-n|dl4|link3|

The Social Networking Nanny’s KARE11 TV interview about Social Networking

I had the pleasure of being interviewed recently by Kim Insley of KARE11 News, Mpls/St Paul MN  It was an amazing experience, and I hope many businesses better understand the importance of doing Social Networking.

I suggest watching the video below, but also reading the article for additional information:�tid=376

If you are unable to access the video below, it is also in the link above, in the right column.


Is Social Networking necessary for businesses….yes! A video worth watching…

Thanks to our friend, Canadian Artist Julia Trops for sharing this video with us – great information for those who are still only thinking about doing Social Networking.