Dear Abby, Crowdsourcing and Social Media Marketing

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Pauline Friedman Phillips (aka Abigail Van Buren) was loved across the US as the author of the very popular Dear Abby syndicated column. January 16 marks the one year anniversary of her death. She was 94.

In honor of her widely ready column, I want to extend the invitation to my readers on this blog, as well as the two I contribute to Maximize Social Business and {grow} to submit their Social Media Marketing questions. These questions will drive my posts on several platforms (these blogs included) for the next year.

Why
Over the past 2 years I have addressed topics I wanted to write about, topics I enjoy. Now, it is your turn to ask some questions! I encourage my MBA students chime in on topics they enjoyed or want further clarification. I urge small business owners to voice their concerns as well. I hope higher ed folks jump on board and also add topics of interest and/or concern.

You may comment below or email me direct at jessicar@consultant.com
Questions sent via email will remain anonymous

photo credit: Marco Bellucci via photopin cc

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About drjrogers

Jessica's research centers around Organic Social Media Marketing engagement, Brand Loyalty & GenX females. Jessica carries a wealth of experience as a marketing practitioner as well as experience in higher education, online course design, program development, faculty management, course development, and serving as a subject matter expert. View all posts by drjrogers

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