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Want to Be Our Facebook Fan of the Week? We Tell You How.

By: Gini Dietrich | June 17, 2009 | 

Some of you know that we have a fan of the week of our Facebook page. I know that you know because yesterday I received several direct messages on Twitter asking me how YOU can be fan of the week. If you don’t already know about this, read on because you, too, can be fan of the week!elvis

First things first. If you’re not already a fan of Arment Dietrich on Facebook, please click HERE and become one. You can’t be fan of the week without being an actual fan.

Next, you have to connect and engage with other fans on our page. This means commenting on topics posted by our team. But it also means posting your own industry trends and news for other fans to comment on.

We look for new ways of thinking and we love to be challenged. If you spark a conversation, either by a new topic or a new way of thinking on one of our posts, you’ll quickly move to the top of the fan of the week draft.

If you present an idea that is then turned into a blog post here, you may very well become fan of the month AND you’ll be interviewed for an article here.

We look for a few things:

* Engaging and insightful comments

* Consistent comments and participation; one time wonders don’t work

* Interesting industry trends, stats, or stories

* Funny and witty responses that are full of personality

So become a fan, interact, connect, engage, and be funny and you will soon have your 15 minutes of fame! And you never know, the prize the week you win might be Elvis.

P.S. If you want to cheat and use money to achieve status, please send your checks to Molli Megasko. We are, after all, in Chicago. We’re not above under-the-table deals.

About Gini Dietrich

Gini Dietrich is the founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich, an integrated marketing communications firm. She is the author of Spin Sucks, co-author of Marketing in the Round, and co-host of Inside PR. She also is the lead blogger at Spin Sucks and is the founder of Spin Sucks Pro. Join the Spin Sucks   community!

  • Will you consider a fan’s Twitter activity as well?

    Under-the-table deals? Love it! I knew the Arment Dietrich Team was my kind of people.

  • Ces

    SO, this week everybody else is playing for second! My industry is healthcare! Healthcare is at the center of a national debate at the moment. I think the victor will be the side that uses PR/Communication the best! (The consumers may be the losers either way!) Which makes me think …. hmmmm the consumers/patients could use a communication firm such as Arment Dietrich!

    I have more than 30 years of direct and indirect experience in the health care sector,so anyone needing consultation, please feel free to connect!

    Molli, what is your mailing address for the check?

  • You guys are freaking hilarious, but Molli won’t accept Twitter activity. It’s all Facebook activity, checks under the table, and new business referrals. She made the rules, not me.

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  • Okay, Facebook it is. But we all know how incessant i cn be when I get started. All those detined for second place, beware!

    Hey, does an endorsement from Gini’s Mom count towards anything? I could always decline a check or two.

  • As Toby Keith so proudly sings, “How do you like me now?” Oh, you don’t know what I’m talking about? Then check out Arment Dietrich, Inc. Fan Page on Facebook and let me know waht you think.

  • Great idea for FB, however I find FB so full of spammy stuff, it makes me not want to go there.

    On another note, re: Chicago. My former home town, so loved the joke about payola. And noticed her name even ends in a vowel.

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