Creating social media and collaborative blogging strategies for organizations has become a significant focus for The Brainzooming Group. In these projects, we’ve been working in very close collaboration with Nate Riggs from Social Business Strategies out of Columbus, OH. Through his work, Nate has been instrumental in developing social media and collaborative blogging strategy for manufacturing, services, and educational organizations.

I’ve known Nate since 2007 when we first met at the Transportation Marketing Communications Association conference. We became reacquainted at the 2009 conference where Nate spoke on SEO strategy and implementation. When The Brainzooming Group began taking on a steady stream of social media-related engagements, Nate was the first call I made to incorporate his expertise as an important strategic contributor to our efforts.

Since Nate Riggs has been getting a lot more mentions here and on my Twitter account, you may be curious about him and want to find out more. If so, there are two recent opportunities to do so rather conveniently

In 2011, look for more from the ongoing collaboration between Nate Riggs and The Brainzooming Group! – Mike Brown

The Brainzooming Group helps make smart organizations more successful by rapidly expanding their strategic options and creating innovative plans they can efficiently implement. Email us at brainzooming@gmail.com or call 816-509-5320 to learn how we’ve developed  integrated social media strategy for other brands and can do the same for yours.

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4 Responses to “Collaborative Blogging and Other Collaborations with @NateRiggs”

  1. nateriggs says:

    Mike – I’m humbled and thanks for the amazing introduction to your readers. (All of you folks already know you are in a good place here at Brianzooming.)

    The post at Social Fresh was interesting to write – and more challenging than I thought it would be. I did want to use it to introduce myself, but it also helped me to realign my own perspective on things. I had an professor in college who told me over and over again: “When you write it down and your idea becomes tangible, only then do you own it.”

    I think it’s a good idea to take time to write down our “about” copy every now and then. Once we do, we own it…

    Thanks again for the kind mention, sir 🙂

    • Anonymous says:

      Hey Nate – It’s a very well-deserved intro!

      I can imagine the Social Fresh post was challenging to write. As I was reading it, I was trying to imagine writing something comparable. Looking at it as “about” copy puts it in a different light. This could be another area where you push me into deeper disclosure online!



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