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My Favorite Tweep of the Week - Denisse Icaza

By: Lori Gama Wednesday July 24, 2013 4 comments Tags: Hispanic, Hispanic consumers, Hispanic marketing, Latinas, latism, Lori Gama, Online Marketing, Social Networking, tribes, Twitter

My Favorite Tweep of the Week - Denisse Icaza

Lori's Favorite Tweep of the Week @DenisseIcaza Denisse Icaza  is a Latina blogger and entrepreneur who founded  Ahoras para Mamá  (Translation: Savings for Mama):  a website that serves the Spanish-speaking community. The site is jam-packed with coupons that moms are in need of.  Denisse's Facebook community is made up of 7,806 fans (!)  and growing strong. She's one of the elite Disney Social Media Moms who gets to check out fun, new stuff at Disney World and blog about it or create a video about it. Denisse's... Read More


Mind-Map Your Way to Your Ideal Client

By: Lori Gama Monday July 22, 2013 0 comments Tags: authors, coaches, entrepreneur, heart-centered, Lori Gama, Marketing, Online Marketing, online visibility, tribes, websites

Mind-Map Your Way to Your Ideal Client

"Everyone is my client!" Have you ever said that? Do YOU believe that "everyone" is your client? After 18 years of running my own business, I am still surprised at how many business owners I meet, who have been in business for several years themselves, and think that "everyone" is their client. Or they have NO IDEA who their ideal clients are. I don't mean to judge. Not at all. I've been there myself. For many years I didn't really know who my ideal clients were either. And in the beginning, I, too, thought that "everyone" was my... Read More


How Many Twitter Lists Am I On?

By: Lori Gama Sunday July 22, 2012 0 comments Tags: Lori Gama, Online Marketing, online visibility, Social Networking, Social Web, Twitter, Twitter Lists

How Many Twitter Lists Am I On?

I was a BETA tester of Twitter Lists, back in the day, before Twitter officially rolled out the list feature. We were nicely told by Twitter (via a message on top of our profile pages) to keep it quiet and start building lists (well, they weren't really that bossy but you get my point). We were so excited to be BETA testers but even more excited that Twitter created this new tool to help us filter whom we wanted to keep track of.  In the "old" Twitter, you could easily find out how many lists you were added to by other people simply but... Read More


Study Finds 98 Per Cent of Young Americans Use Social Media Monthly

By: Lori Gama Tuesday October 25, 2011 0 comments Tags: Facebook, Online Marketing, online visibility, Social Networking, Social Web, Women and Facebook

Study Finds 98 Per Cent of Young Americans Use Social Media Monthly

A study done recently by Experian/Simmons found that 98 per cent of people aged 18-24 years old use social media on a monthly basis and 82 per cent of people aged 55-64 years old also use it. Facebook continues to dominate as the place most Americans go to on a regular basis, with 58 per cent of U.S. online adults logging in monthly. Clearly, more and more adult Americans use technology to connect with each other on a regular basis, as the graph below illustrates. [caption id="attachment_1045" align="aligncenter" width="684"... Read More


Get Started In Google Plus

By: Lori Gama Wednesday August 17, 2011 0 comments Tags: google, Google games, hover card, how to get started, Lori Gama, Lynette Young, Online Marketing, online visibility

Get Started In Google Plus

// Google+ is an evolution of some of the best features and qualities of the most popular and useful social networks to-date. For instance, Google realized that filtering our friends, fans and followers is a tool that's very much needed but not successfully provided by other social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. That's what Google+'s "Circles" are: a way to categorize the people in your Google+ social network so you can post content to some of them, rather than all of them. It's just like life: you wouldn't share all ... Read More