Social Media Slice for September 13, 2018

From the resurgence of Word of Mouth Marketing to the demise of SlideShare, plus Social Media audits and Hurricane Florence related flight news, we have it covered in today’s Slice.

SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers and Small Business Owners doing their own marketing.


The #ThursdayThoughts selected randomly from Twitter comes from Guy Woods @coachforward (background graphics added)



Hah! WORD OF MOUTH MARKETING. If you follow my blogs as well as Slice you would know I have been promoting WOMM lately (bad reviews and community support). Now as further proof that personal references still carry great weight comes Jay Baer with research results. More


SLIDE SHARE will no longer share. LinkedIn, which bought the service in 2012, has decided to close it down. Matthew Sweezey, writing for Marketing Profs delivers a caring eulogy. More


AUDITS are scary things when done to you. But as a Social Media Manager, YOU have to conduct them on your client accounts to provide them the best service. Here are 12 steps to conduct a successful social media audit. More


Hurricane Florence is a major concern. According to Washington Post “By Wednesday afternoon, reported more than 250 flights had been canceled nationwide, with many of the disruptions in the Carolinas. As many as 500 were already canceled for Thursday and 300 for Friday. Those numbers are expected to rise.” More

(Your thoughts are ALWAYS welcome. Turn this into a conversation either here or on my Twitter account @amssvs Please feel free to check out the rest of my website as well. 

Published by Anthony Scialis, Social Media Content Creator

My name is Anthony Scialis and I used to be a newspaper writer. For over 40 years I covered the business and entertainment beats for community newspapers & magazines. Now, I use research & writing experience to provide Small Business Owners with customer-centric information. I assist with writing blogs and tweets, freeing up small biz owners to focus on what they enjoy and do best— run their businesses.

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