Ryan Seacrest is getting into a new business.
He’s not in enough media deals and apparently has too much free time on his hands.
Seacrest is in talks to help celebrities create photos and videos to share on Twitter.
And why is Twitter interested in Seacrest and the celebs he can attract?
More chances to monetize.
You’ll be hearing a lot more about the importance of celebrities to social networking but I’m going to warn you way in advance that you don’t want to do what they’re doing.
Celebrities can make money from almost anything – and often do. You can’t blame them and I don’t. But the way they use social media and the way everyone else should use it are two separate things.
This new trend toward celebrity-based social media is dangerous and missing the real power of connecting to others.
I’m going to share with our group a handful of immensely more effective ways to make social media pay off now.
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1. Why the trend toward celebrity in social media is the wrong direction for you. Turn back now before it’s too late. Here’s how.
2. Which comes first – connecting or monetizing? I’ve got some shocking news for you. I’m saying social networking may not be a business.
3. How a hot British boy band is on the brink of turning their growing mass appeal into a virtual junk mail campaign. What they did and what they should do instead.
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