Social Media Marketing moved to

Social Media Marketing

All my Social Media Marketing discussions are now moved to my new website.

Thank you Blogger but it is time I spread my own wings!

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No I am not dead.

Wow, I can't believe that it has been already a month that I have not blogged a post.

I have been extremely busy at work launching our new (temporary) web site: combine it with the fact that I still don't have the Internet at home (it is driving me cray), there is very little time that I can spend on grooming my online presence.  

I have been, like the expression in French goes, having fun like a little crazy boy, with SEO, SES, SEM, SMM, SMO and some other 3 letters acronyms (not to mention that I have been hunting for an API for  I think all these terms are getting out of hand and is quite funny but that's not the point.  I can't wait for the final website to be launched.  Disclaimer: Nobody outside of the company knows that the website is only a temporary version but since you read my blog, you get the insider information!

I have been addicted to our web sites' stats the past few weeks.  My morning routine has been logging onto Insights, and Google Webmaster Tools every morning religiously.  We have been doing very well in terms of visibility but the candidate applications/resumes have not been coming in at a satisfactory rate (the increase is not significant enough for me).  I know that it has only been 2 weeks since we have gone live but I want results and have been quite focused on it.

As for the change of language, I think I will continue to post in English.  The only reason the past posts have been in French is because I needed to practice writting in French for the Télé-Ressources Blog.  Although I am perfectly bilingual, I am more comfortable writting in French and although the Quebec Web Marketing seems to be strictly in French, the blogosphere I participate in is English.  I'd rather have Chris Brogan and Jeremiah Owyang leave comments on my blog anyway.

As a final note I would like to share that we recruited succesfully on Facebook and I wrote about it on the corporate blog:

Next: Placing a Twitter candidate!