Welcome to BlogNotions' Social Media Blog

The BlogNotions Social Media Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the social media space. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technologies being used for social networking, discussions of best practices, new ideas for advancing social media marketing results, implications for the future of technology and communication, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

How To Become A Superhuman Entrepreneur

Today we’re beginning a very special new series of She Takes on the World TV, that’s unlike anything I’ve ever shared with you before. I was inspired to create this series after the launch of my book The Conquer Kit, which was published at the tail end of a 6-month period of massive growth in […]

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Where Have I Been? Update and New Content

This blog has been quiet and for good reason. I’ve spent most of my time and energy running marketing at OpenView, a venture capital firm based in Boston. Oh and helping raise a beautiful baby boy. Cuteness everywhere. The marketing team at OpenView is tasked with the overall marketing strategy of the firm which includes […]

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5 Systems To Carve Out Creative Time For Yourself

Today we’re sharing the final episode in our 3-part series on implementation, featuring Conquer Club Community Manager (and in-house systems expert) Kelly Azevedo, founder of She’s Got Systems. (If you haven’t watched the first 2 episodes yet, you can catch part 1 where we help you find focus and start taking action by clicking here; […]

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3 Unusual Ways To Get The Support You Need

We’re back today with our second installment of our 3-part series on implementation, featuring Conquer Club Community Manager (and in-house systems expert) Kelly Azevedo, founder of She’s Got Systems. In the first episode of this series, Kelly and I helped you find focus and start taking action (and if you haven’t seen part 1 yet, […]

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Show ‘Em What You Got: Why Confidence Sells

Today I’m so happy to be sharing with you the final episode of my 3-part series with Nikki Elledge Brown, The Communication Stylist®. If you’ve been enjoying this series, I wanted to let you know for a limited time you can access an on-demand reply of the full one-hour communications training that Nikki and I […]

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The BFF Test: How To Write Copy That Actually Sounds Like YOU

This episode is part 2 in a 3-part series on communications that I developed with my good friend Nikki Elledge Brown. Nikki’s known online as The Communication Stylist® and creator of A Course About Copy® and she’s on a mission to help entrepreneurs communicate with more clarity and confidence. To catch part 1, click here.  Before we launch […]

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5 Reasons You Need To Create An Online Course

Whether you’re a service based business like a Website developer, a graphic designer,or a coach, or you run a brick-and-mortar business, you can skyrocket your business to a whole new level by sharing your expertise through an online course or membership. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with doing one-on-one work, I’m going to share with […]

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Does Your “About” Page Pass The TMI Test?

This episode is the first in a 3-part series on communications that I developed with my good friend Nikki Elledge Brown. Nikki’s known online as The Communication Stylist® and creator of A Course About Copy® and she’s on a mission to help entrepreneurs communicate with more clarity and confidence.  Later this month we’ll be hosting a live, […]

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How to Answer “What Do You Do For Work, Anyway?”

As entrepreneurs we’re sure to hear one question over and over again, at networking events, during media interviews, on Facebook groups…even at family reunions! While we entrepreneurs can pride ourselves on our creativity and quick thinking, this is a question that often stops us in our tracks: “So what do you do for work, anyway?” […]

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