Entries by Kerry Rego

About Kerry Rego

Kerry is a Social Media | Technology Trainer | Speaker | Author based in Santa Rosa, CA. She offers consulting and social media training in the form of individual lessons, customizable classes, and is available to speak at your event. People and tech, together changing the world.

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Objectives, Required for Social Media Success

Have you ever had a project so large you became overwhelmed? In order to get it done, you probably broke down that massive project into smaller pieces and worked on them one at a time. Marketing strategies are no different. We call those small pieces objectives. Objectives are measurable steps you take to achieve a […]

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You Can Be Invisible on Facebook

Years ago I had a client that had a fantastic problem. She would occasionally be a guest on the Oprah Winfrey show and each time a show aired, her website traffic would skyrocket and her social media friend requests would fill up her message boxes. She didn’t care to use Facebook for personal reasons and […]

Surviving Tech | Take the Tech Load Off

Day in and day out our technology devices pummel us with information, notifications, and noise. Global stress, trauma, triggers, and pain are witnessed at mass scale in our feeds non-stop. Natural disasters, massacres, loss of human and civil rights, unabashed racism, bullying, government meltdown, genocide, animal extinction are all daily topics. We’re not designed to […]

Where Are Your Points of Conversion?

In order to be as effective as possible when using social media, you must have a strategy. Without a plan, you don’t know why you’re using these tools and for what aim. Identifying your profit centers and points of conversion are the next step in this journey. What is a Profit Center? “In the business, […]

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Social Media Session | Facebook & LinkedIn

Social Media Session #1 at Sonoma County Alliance 2/6/19 Slide deck 5 Tips for Personal Safety & Security Turn on Two Factor Authentication, Facebook, LinkedIn Download your Information, Facebook Audit Your Ad Preferences Remove connections on LinkedIn Don’t Play Password Phishing Games   5 Ways to Go to the Next Level Use a Marketing Editorial […]

Tell Me Why to Buy | A Value Proposition

When you go to the store to buy toothpaste, what makes you buy that brand? Is it packaging, ad campaigns, the name, a childhood association, convenience, quality, cost, or company values that sway you? It’s easier than ever for consumers to find comparison information, to shop prices and brands, to investigate a company’s track record, […]

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How To Like a Facebook Page as a Page

Did you know that you could like a Facebook Page as your Page instead of you personally with your Profile? Your brand can interact with other brands on Facebook and increase brand awareness and vendor relationships using this feature. Why would you want to do that? If there are vendors you work with regularly or […]

Simplicity of the Mission Statement

I like to get to the point. I can remember countless times that I’ve asked a person what their company does and they go on and on for some time in great detail. When they’re done I have to ask, “But what do you actually DO?” I’m looking for simplicity but they don’t seem to […]

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Social Networks Small World

I have a weird story about how small the world is and how social networks overlap in many ways. shoot an industrial film for Apple Computer to promote their very first ‘i’ product called iMovie. I was one of the 7 actors/models that played in the snow and got paid obscenely well for it (best […]

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How to Schedule Facebook Posts

Just like you, I love to know the tricks of the trade. I want to know how often the mechanic changes her oil; how to get the best service in a restaurant; and what toothbrush is really the best. We can’t resist digging for “pro tips” when we meet an expert. I want to share […]