New Post on Windmill Networking blog – Taking Content from King to Ka-ching

I am very pleased to say that I have signed on as contributor to Neal Schaffer's Windmill Networking blog.

Judy Gombita, who also writes for the blog (and at PR Conversations) introduced me to Neal (thanks again, Judy, and thanks, Neal, for the invitiation to write). 

As you may well know, Neal Schaffer is a dynamo, a real pro when it comes to social media; he is an author, noted speaker, etc. The blog is widely read, and it is an honor for me to join the ranks as he has assembled a number of writers.

My first post ran earlier this week.  It is about taking content off its royal pedestal and turning it into an ROI work horse, by combining content marketing with social media. I hope you read and enjoy it, and others there.  My column will appear near the end of each month.

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4 Responses to New Post on Windmill Networking blog – Taking Content from King to Ka-ching

  1. NealSchaffer says:

    Thanks for announcing this to your community Bob!
    @Neal

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  3. Social Networking Cars of the Future

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  4. Jgombita says:

    After your well-received guest post on PR Conversations, I knew you would be a fabulous addition to Neal’s Windmill Networking blogging team, Bob! (A-quality, only.)
    Looking forward to reading your January 2012 post….
    And all the best for the holidays, too.

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