How to Use Blogs & Google Hangouts to Build Your Audience – and Engage Your Customers

Wondering how to use blogs and Google hangouts effectively? Brian Hawkins of HotBlogTips talks with me (Lynn O’Connell) and Carly Alyssa Thorne. We got him to share his secrets… and had an interesting discussion about the ways blogs and hangouts allow “regular” people to share their expertise.

What’s this trend mean for organizations? Now that your members and customers have access to powerful communication channels, think about how to engage them on YOUR pages!

 

 

Lynn O'Connell is the Creative Director of O'Connell Meier, a digital + direct marketing firm serving national trade and professional associations. Follow her tweets @omdirect.

Lynn O’Connell is the Creative Director of O’Connell Meier, a digital + direct marketing firm serving national trade and professional associations and businesses of all sizes. Follow her tweets @omdirect.

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5 Comments

  1. Very useful, Lynn!

    • Thanks, Dianna! Brian is a font of knowledge — he started blogging very early and has blazed the trail.

  2. Thank you for posting this Lynn, I really enjoyed talking with you and Carly. It also inspired my last post about fewer comments. I hadn’t considered a possible cause and it just came to me while we talked.

    • Thanks, Brian! Our conversation has had me thinking a lot about how blogs and hangouts give “regular” people the ability to easily share their expertise with friends, fans, and the world. Those of us online all the the time know about this, but just imagine the possibilities as more people embrace these tools!

  3. interesting! you are great!


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