Attention bloggers! We want you.

Yes, you. You’re reading this post and love to blog or have been secretly wanting to start blogging, but you’re not sure where to start. We would love to feature your thoughts. The Clearly Conveyed Communications (CCC) blog turned a year old last month, and we’re ready to open our doors to outside content. WhatContinue reading “Attention bloggers! We want you.”

Run For Boston: #BostonStrongAkron

When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, look for the helpers, you will always find people who are helping. This quote by Fred Rogers (of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood fame) has popped up across social media networks since the horrendous news broke ofContinue reading “Run For Boston: #BostonStrongAkron”

“We’re getting the band back together.”

Just think how much easier it would have been for Jake and Elwood Blues if they had social media to help their cause. Of course, it wouldn’t have been nearly entertaining for us if they did. Are you getting the band back together? Here’s four ways social media can help: Create an event on Facebook. ThisContinue reading ““We’re getting the band back together.””

Social Media: What Do I Say? (Part 2)

In the last post, we discussed how to recycle quality content from other resources. As mentioned, this is a great way to continue to provide your fans and followers with compelling content while not bearing the load of always creating original content. It’s also a wonderful way to make connections on social media platforms andContinue reading “Social Media: What Do I Say? (Part 2)”

Social Media: What Do I Say?

While hosting a series of interactive sessions on social media, the #1 question I received was about content. (Most) attendees understood the value of social media to their businesses, how these platforms could increase their search engine optimization and really help them develop relationships with customers, prospects and partners. “But what do I say?” isContinue reading “Social Media: What Do I Say?”