Brian Honigman

Brian Honigman

SMART SOCIAL STORYTELLING.

Brian Honigman is a content marketing consultant & CEO of Honigman Media -- Email: brian@honigmanmedia.com

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When Not to Use Snapchat

So, before jumping on the Snapchat bandwagon, consider the following circumstances where another social channel probably makes more sense for your brand.

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Plan for the Distribution of Your Content Accordingly

Now that most businesses understand the importance of incorporating storytelling into their marketing efforts, it's essential to strike the right balance of creating valuable content worth consuming and effectively distributing this content where your audience is most active.

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Lessons Learned From Starbucks on Experimenting With Mobile Marketing at Retail

Starbucks is a leader in omni channel marketing, and there are a variety of strategies that you can glean from their mobile initiatives to better prepare your organization for mobile opportunities.

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Building a Reputation in Your Industry Beyond the Brand of Your Employer

How to build a reputation while maintaining a full-time job.

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Strategies for Saying No: When and How to Turn Down Opportunities

It's only by saying 'no' that you can concentrate on the things that are really important.

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How to Know Which Social Channels Are Right for Your Business

As your organization continues to scale your social media, keep these considerations in mind when choosing where your business should have an active account, allocating both your limited time and resources.

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Digital Innovators: Marketing Is Now Democratized Said NYU Adjunct Professor

As part of my series on digital innovators, I spoke with Capala about his book, what's most important when it comes to SEO and how businesses can make the most of their online marketing in the newly democratized landscape.

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Encourage Women's Involvement in Tech at an Early Age

As the future of work moves inexorably towards tech, it is shocking and troubling to see just how underrepresented women are in the tech world.

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33 Entrepreneurs Share Their Biggest Lessons Learned from Failure

To help provide some insight on how to navigate a career you're proud of, I've asked 33 tech entrepreneurs to share some of their biggest lessons learned from their own failures.

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Turn Your Twitter Marketing Into a Money-Making Machine

Four ways to monetize your Twitter marketing efforts.

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10 Simple Twitter Tactics That Will Get You More Traffic Today

Twitter tips for beginners & intermediate users on how to find success tweeting.

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How to Hack Agility to Help Scale Your Company

Growing your company to the next level in its evolution is possible only if your team is willing and able to properly hack agility and reap its benefits.

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Digital Innovators: Editorial Is Where Influence Is Earned Said McMurry/TMG CEO

My Q&A with McMurry/TMG CEO Matthew Petersen on the state of content marketing and how it affects businesses.

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The Unexpected Value of Business Collaboration

A look at the ROI of collaboration across your business.

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The Cocktail for Success: Confidence and Fear

Everyone wants to be a success in their own way, but the fear of failure is often a limitation stopping many from achieving their full greatness. No one wants to fail, yet everyone fails sometimes.