It’s so cool to build connections on the different social networks. I regularly chat with people on YouTube, Twitter, Flickr and Stumbleupon that I never would with Facebook alone. Below is the list of networks you can find me, as well as a bit about what you can expect from me on them. Click on one of the buttons to visit my profile!

Find Me Here Doing this. . . .
Dan R Morris on Facebook Facebook is where you can find me. Not that I’m on Facebook a lot, but what I’m doing, my pictures, and all my friends are there. Please come hang with us!
Pinterest Pinterest is my new playground. I love experimenting with photo types to see what goes viral.
I get e-mail on my phone, at my desk, at my home office so if it’s easiest to e-mail me, feel free to do so at
YouTube I didn’t start using YouTube until this year, but now absolutely love it. I post most of my Facebook videos and a lot more here on Facebook. Check out all my social marketing tips here.
linkedin I enjoy LinkedIn, but don’t use it as well as I should. I’d love to hear your tips and ideas on how to use LinkedIn better. In fact, if you’d like to produce a guest post on how to use LinkedIn – I’d love to publish it.
foursquare I’m loving Foursquare. It’s not a site we can chat, but we can connect there. If you join, “friend me” – it’s a great way to see what local businesses are doing for revenue. Besides being a fan of Foursquare, I write about it, too. My most popular post is about all the foursquare badges you can get in Nashville.
Twitter Before voice mail, before Facebook and before the contact form on this blog – I’m on Twitter. The only faster place to reach is my cell phone (but not always).
stumbleupon I love Stumbleupon. When I first found it I was addicted to the Stumble button. Now I just love seeing cool pages and ‘stumbling’ pages for friends. Check out my page, there are some really cool websites out there.
flickr I use Flickr for both my personal photos, photos of cool places we’ve visited and as a marketing tool. I load up all the photos from my websites and both caption and save them as my keywords. A lot of traffic can be derived through keywords. Add me as a Contact to your Flickr account!
technorati Technorati is a great way to increase the exposure to your blog and to create new friends with similar interests. Let’s chat there.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Sheila LaMoureaux

    I recently had a meeting with Jeni Elliot about my blog and what I need to do to become successful. She suggested that I contact you. I don’t know what I exactly need from you. I looked at your services and I am not sure which one would apply to me. Anyway, take a look and let me know what service I may fit under. Thank you for your time.

  2. DanRMorris

    Sure, here’s a quick video on how to use IFTTT:

    The idea with IFTTT is automating some of what you can do to reach a larger audience, without doing extra work. Another great benefit of IFTTT is streamlining some of the things you do already. Take a look at the quick video.

    Instagram is just for phones, but with 15,000 users and Facebook as its owner, it’s becoming an important social network.

  3. susanne

    yes learned stuff and wonder if you would create more content on how to use IFTTT that you mentioned in the webinar. Not sure how this fits in to marketing and is infogram just for phones?

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