When crafting your business' social media cocktail, never forget the cherry, that is, the garnishment that will make it complete.
Never Forget the Cherry, Using the Art of Mixology to Create the Perfect Social Media Cocktail (#CherryOnTopBPRS) was an exciting Social Media Week Master Class and lounge soiree by the Black Public Relations Society and produced by Jetta Bates, that was designed to teach the fundamentals of launching, maintaining and growing your brand online.
I served as moderator for the panel of experts that included Ena Jenkins; Patrice Perkins; Jetta Bates (newly minted president of the Black Public Relations Society Chicago); Cle Andrea Hayden, and Glenn Murray.
Without further ado, here are five lessons every entrepreneur should know. *Scroll the pictures!
Zondra Hughes, CEO of the Six Brown Chicks, is an award-winning editor, Huffington-Post blogger, author and public speaker. www.Zondrahughes.com; follow her on Twitter @zondrahughes.
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