Groundswell Media Productions

Groundswell Media Productions located in Missoula, Montana, provides custom website design and management, media design, social and search management, optimization and strategy services.
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Current portfolio of published websites for Groundswell Media Productions.

How to ‘Like’ your scheduled posts before they’re published. Tips & tricks — with Nathan Stephens at Groundswell Media Productions.

Excellent information gleaned from The Lean Startup Conference simulcast at The University of Montana, The School of Business Administration. Be sure to check out The Lean Startup @leanstartup Twitter account @ hashtag #leanstartup for great info and resources from everyone who attended the event. You can also check out a rough cut of the Livestream video here.

Local Biz Show - “Setting Up Facebook Places” with Andy Commons & Nathan Stephens. Video produced by Tim Danyo.

"…communicating with imagery is brutally effective." - James Leal-Vallias on Twitter @Jameslv

According to Edison Research, almost one in four social network users indicated that Facebook influenced their buying decisions more than any other social site. Facebook continues to become synonymous with social media. 24% of US adult were on Facebook in 2008. In 2011, 52% of US adults are Facebook users.
D’Alzonzo, Nicole. “Social Shopping Trends”: Social Media Monthly Magazine Jan. 2012: 13-15. Print.
The difference between those who fail and those who succeed in the age of social media is simple. Success is no longer about fancy packaging and carefully controlled messages. When everyone can see what you’re doing, the most essential values are transparency, honesty and credibility. Even with advanced privacy tools — like private lists, tweets and circles — the most foolproof way to stay safe on social media is simply to be who you say you are. Pretending to be something you’re not, or attempting to conceal or manipulate the truth is a surefire way to lose. You win by matching your image with reality, acting with integrity, and sincerely apologizing when you’re wrong.
Jeffrey Stibel is Chairman and CEO of Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. and author of Wired for Thought. Follow him on Twitter at @stibel.

Great crowd last night at the Mamalode Marketing & Branding Workshop with Benjamin Ferencz of the Design Cooperative. Ben took this photo and it is a great example of how content creators can use every public speaking opportunity to generate content for your social media.