Note – most of my writing these days is for our agency blog. I won’t import those here. This list will only be for posts written for sites that aren’t this one or our agency blog
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One of my first ever guest posts - over at the Pushingsocial.com blog.
inspired by @mayareguru!
[A Guest Post from @MargieClayman] Not many people have neutral feelings when it comes to Tim Burton - people either love him or hate him. He's such a
This guest post is by Marjorie Clayman of Clayman Advertising. There are a lot of things that shows like Friends ...
This guest post is by Marjorie Clayman of Clayman Advertising. Recently, it was announced that Richard Thompson was going to ...
This guest post is by Margie Clayman of margieclayman.com. One of my favorite Elvis Costello choruses goes like this: “What’s ...
Regardless of how you feel about Phil Collins, there are 7 lessons for Social Media that we can glean from his career and subsequent retirement.
In social media, everyone's a student and everyone's a teacher, reminds Margie Clayman who's sick of people telling her she's wasting time writng 101 blog posts
Awhile back, I was privileged to get a comment from Mr. Jay Baer on one of my posts. I adore Jay – he’s a no-nonsense guy who does his thing and does it bet
7 social media myths.
The Rolling Stones are one of the greatest rock and roll bands in the history of music. Here, Margie Clayman shares their expertise in social media.
Margie Clayman takes a look at the studies saying women tend to be more charitable than men. Do you think this is a generalization?
In honor of Women's History Month in March, we asked Margie Clayman to look into why so many women work in the nonprofit world. Here's her thought-provoking answer.
In honor of Women's History Month this month, we're profiling women who've made a difference in their communities. This week is the story of Luma Mufle.
Our third in a series of posts profiling kick-butt women in social good today. Estrella Rosenberg founded Big Love Little Hearts. Here's her story.
Margie Clayman describes the advantages of sending a personalized handwritten note to donors.
Margie Clayman shines the spotlight on the Tutu Project and the Carey Foundation.
If you're trying to decide what organization(s) you want to support this holiday season, Margie Clayman has 50 suggestions for you.
Got ten minutes? Here are ten good deeds you can accomplish in that time, and with an investment just $31 total.
Margie Clayman explains how organizations like Women With Drive can show appreciation to donors even though instant gratification may not be possible.
Margie Clayman describes how investing in women can represent an investment in the future, especially in developing countries.
The fourth in this series profiling kick-butt women in social good is about Molly Cantrell-Kraig, who started a nonprofit to help career women catch a ride.
Everyone is busy declaring things dead like the Internet, direct mail, and public relations. Miracle Max of the Princess Bride shares his opinion on 11 items and why are not dead.
Criticism can be hard to take. We have to develop thick skins. Guest Margie Clayman uses fictional characters to demonstrate what not to do with criticism.