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This year’s presentation from Simplex-IT on Social Media features Amanda Kleinhenz from Akhia Public Relation and Marketing Communications, experts at successfully delivering corporate messaging through innovative idea generation.

Facilitated and assisted by our very own Bob Coppedge, Amanda discusses how to align your organization’s Social Media strategy with business goals, key audiences, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), Mobile and Digital Strategies. If your company uses, or is thinking about using Social Media, this is one presentation you won’t want to miss!

So click on the link below, get some popcorn, put your feet up and enjoy the show! Have any questions? Contact our presenters directly at Akhia – 330.463.5650 – or Simplex-IT – 234.380.1277. We look forward to hearing from you!

The next time you get a notification from Facebook that says a friend has tagged you in a picture, be careful. It could be a trap!

Normally, Facebook’s email notifications tell you which friend has tagged you in a picture. In this particular case, you are prompted to view the photo in an attachment to the email. Don’t do it! It’s a ZIP file containing malware that allows hackers to gain your control over Windows-operated computers.

Get the whole story, including an image of the fake email, here. Forewarned is forearmed.

Be careful. It’s a jungle out there!

Hello, Monica here. Surprise! Facebook has changed your primary email to their Facebook domain account email.  It looks something like Yes, you weren’t notified of this either.

Why should you care? Well, the Plain Dealer, Janet Cho, came up with the why you should care. Basically, if you are used to getting your Facebook interactions through your Yahoo or Gmail account, it’s been switched to a Facebook domain account email that you’re not checking. Also, your Facebook domain account email is public.

The good news is that my friend, Sage Lewis, from SageRock Digital Marketing, has a blog posting to help you fix this latest Facebook email dilemma. He has a couple of solutions to get you back on your blissful way of communicating photos and what-not on Facebook again. Have a great day!

Simplex-IT’s June 2011 Lunchinar on “Social Media Strategy for Your Small-Medium Business” was a Standing Room Only success! Nearly 40 attendees enjoyed over an hour of stimulating conversation on how to best utilize the most revolutionary marketing tools ever – Social Media!

The event featured three business leaders and social media experts – Chris Brown, Deborah Chaddock Brown and Norma Rist – in a panel discussion chaired by Simplex-IT’s own Bob Coppedge, punctuated with frequent questions from the attendees. Which social media is the best – Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter? Not as much a How To as a session geared toward helping the various business owners gain insight on developing the best strategy for their particular marketing niche.

Simplex-IT's June 2011 Lunchinar

"Social Media Strategy for Your Small-Medium Business" event at Hattie's Cafe

Simplex-IT hosts regular monthly Lunchinars featuring a range of topics of interest to the small-medium business owner. Our goal is to help you find ways to integrate the latest in information technology into your daily processes to help you be more successful in what you do. Watch the Simplex-IT blog to find out what’s being offered in the coming months and join us. We’d love to add you to our growing family of fans!

It’s been almost a year since Simplex-IT first presented this topic and it remains today one of our most highly attended events. This year, we’re happy to announce that our panel of experts has agreed to return and share their collective wisdom to help you effectively promote your small-medium business through the various social media like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

Chris Brown is the owner of a full service marketing consulting firm, Marketing Resources and Results, for business professionals who want to improve their marketing strategies, tactics and results. Marketing Resources & Results, Inc. helps companies with their marketing needs, offering marketing consulting and marketing tools to get the job done. Since 1998 she has specialized in customized marketing programs that work.

 She also writes her own blog on the subject, Branding & Marketing, that is chock full of good marketing tips and tricks.

Deborah Chaddock Brown opened AllWrite Ink in 2005 and helps businesses build credibility, community and customer relationships with social media and by writing WORDS PEOPLE READ® for websites, newsletters, and employee communications.  Deborah is also an accomplished speaker and the author of two books:  It’s a Party:  Planning a Successful Retail Sales Event and Back to Basics: 30 Tips to Market Your Small Business and Establish Your Expert Status in the Industry.

Deborah also serves as the editor of Make or Break Moments, a customer relationship blog and Ohio Web Writer, a blog dedicated to sharing tips and trends in online communication.

Norma Rist is president of Norma J. Rist CEO Consulting, Inc., a company that provides strategic growth and profitability solutions. She has over 20 years of experience in marketing, operations and financial management. Her management experience includes positions as controller for a $200-million division of a public corporation and vice president and general manager for a $40-million manufacturing and wholesale company, Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Akron, Inc. Norma is the author of Small Business Savvy (Adams, 2001).

As a consultant and business coach, Norma works with business owners to analyze financial information, improve operational effectiveness, and assess new opportunities. She has assisted hundreds of entrepreneurs in growing their businesses and improving profitability.

Having seen the reaction of the attendees from last year’s event I can assure you that the time you spend with these three veteran business leaders will leave you wanting more. But seating will definitely be limited so you would be wise to get your RSVP in early.

Join us on June 15, 2011 from 11:30am-1:00pm at Hattie’s Café, 164 N. Main St. in Hudson.

Call John at 234.380.1277 or email to reserve your seat TODAY!