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How to Achieve the 5 C’s of Social Media Marketing

What’s the most important thing you can do to help the success of your branding campaign, your book or your company? Positive, professional relationships and good communication will put it on the right track! Creating a positive relationship with the public, through social media or traditional strategies will have the largest impact on building a successful image, and there are a few steps to follow to get the best reach. It’s not enough to announce important milestones and do nothing else, there has to be more to be sustainable, and it must be practiced within your overall marketing strategy. How is public relations defined?  The words “public relations” say it all simply. It’s how you relate to the public, building up trust and credibility. In the world of social media, it’s now all about positively networking, whether a private label, personality, product or company, all campaigns must go through the “discovery” process. 1. Content Blogging and a functional website are the premier tools of the trade in social media networking and fresh content is what the …

It's never too late for social media marketing

Is it Too Late to Establish a Social Media Presence?

When it comes to marketing, individuals and small business owners are faced with a dilemma because there are so many social media channels trying to satisfy their marketing needs. The increase in the number of available traditional and digital marketing channels presents a new question all together, which is, “What marketing strategy should we focus on if we want to produce results?” In only two words, social media. It’s no longer a debatable topic. Social media is by far the world’s most valuable marketing channel simply because it produces tangible and actionable results. And, whether you are an individual or a business, it’s relatively easy to create your message on social media. Even in 2017, some individuals and businesses are reluctant when it comes to establishing a social media presence because they think they are late to the party. Well, you aren’t late to the party at all, there is still a lot of room for you or your company to have a presence on social media. Why? Recently, the CEO of Facebook (the world’s …

CUE Center for Missing Persons

National Missing Persons Conference Welcomes Experts

The CUE Center for Missing Persons’ 15th Annual National Missing Persons Conference, “Turning Commitment into Action” will be held March 21-24, 2019 in historical Wilmington, North Carolina. Registration is open to the public. Click here: https://fs12.formsite.com/cuecenter/form4/index.html A large part of the conference activities are presentations and classes led by experts in various fields addressing aspects of missing persons, unsolved homicide, criminal investigation, mental health and important issues. “Through classes and presentations by those who are considered experts in their fields, attendees will gain a better understanding of the issues and possible solutions. We will provide a place where families can interact and know they are not alone on their journey,” said CUE Founder Monica Caison. This year we are proud to announce the lineup of experts who will be attending the conference. Attendees will have ample time to network and interact with each of them during the course of the weekend. Dr. Henry C. Lee Dr. Henry C. Lee is one of the world’s foremost forensic scientists. Dr. Lee’s work has made him a landmark in modern-day criminal investigations. He …

The Opioid Crisis: ImaginePublicity on Air 3 Part Series

ImaginePublicity, Jillian Maas Backman, and the FBI Columbia, SC Citizens Academy Alumni Association have collaborated on the following 3-Part Podcast about Opioid Addiction and its human trafficking intersect. The opioid epidemic has complicated and exacerbated the sex trafficking crisis in a number of profound ways: it has increasingly given traffickers a powerful tool to recruit and control victims, it compounds the recovery struggle for survivors, and it taxes the resources of the justice system. At the national level, the Department of Health and Human Services has recognized both human trafficking and opioid addiction as major public health issues; earlier this year, the department’s Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) held a seminar to discuss the intersection between the two crises. The more we know, the more likely we will we able to put an end to addiction and its horrendous impacts: death by overdose, and human trafficking trade in drugs. Guest host, Jillian Maas Backman (JillianMaasBackman.Com) moderates the three-part discussion about the opioid crisis and the serious toll it’s taking on our society. The series presents the …