About LisaMarie Dias


LisaMarie Dias of LisaMarie Dias Designs works with business owners to leverage social media for profitable growth. Specializing in e-newsletter start up and introductions to social media, she also offers online webinars and live presentations on how to use e-newsletters and social media to grow a business and personal consultations to help clients determine the marketing tools and sites that are right for their needs and goals.


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Who You Follow + Who Follows You = Your Networking Experience

May 7, 2015

Imagine that someone told you about a great new networking group that you just had to try! “Everyone goes and there is a ton of activity!” they promise. Always on the lookout for good networking opportunities, you would probably take the time to check it out. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Relationships, Relationship Management, Social Media Strategies, Social Networking by 1 Comment »

Setting Yourself Up for Social Media Marketing Success

April 16, 2015

Social media marketing is an excellent way to reach and engage with your customers, clients and patients. It can be low cost (but do not delude yourself or believe anyone who represents that it is free – even if you do it yourself, your time is money!) and can be an easy addition to your marketing efforts, especially if you are familiar and comfortable with social media. Here are 7 tips to set yourself up for Social Media Marketing success. Continue reading

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Posted in Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Strategies by 5 Comments »

Twitter Following Limit, the Twitter Branch Ceiling

April 24, 2014

When you are new to Twitter, much of the fun is figuring it all out, finding cool people to follow, and joining interesting tribes. Whether you started by following friends or used some tools to find interesting people, there is often a whirlwind of activity when getting your account off the ground. Continue reading

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Posted in Online Communities, Social Media, Social Media Strategies, Social Networking by 13 Comments »

Who Should I Follow on Twitter?

January 14, 2014

When it comes to interacting on Twitter, it is critical that you understand who you should follow and focus on who your followers are. The are both essential to your professional success and making the determination will bring you success. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Relationships, Relationship Management, Social Media, Social Media Strategies, Social Networking by 17 Comments »

Calls to Action, What They Are and How to Use Them

March 5, 2013

If you have ever attended a presentation, webinar or class of mine, you will understand that calls to action (CTAs) in all of your content is critical. Whether it is a website homepage, an event invitation, a product landing page or an informative blog post, a CTA needs to be included. A call to action is just that, a call or request, to get the reader to take an action of some kind. Continue reading

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Posted in Article Marketing, Blogs, Business Strategies, Content Marketing, Internet Marketing, Online Marketing, Web Traffic Generation, Writing by 6 Comments »

Personalizing Your E-newsletters and Mailings

November 20, 2012

Personalizing your e-newsletter, the process of adding someone’s name or contact information into the opening or a field of text, has, in most cases, proven to increase engagement. But it can also backfire. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Strategies, Email Marketing, Newsletters, Online Communication by 3 Comments »

Simple Tasks to Optimize and Maintain Your Online Presence

November 13, 2012

Maintaining your online presence for business is not difficult but it does require some effort on a regular basis, including time management. There are ways to simplify your approach so that your efforts will be optimized. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Strategies, Social Media, Social Media Management, Social Networking, Time Management, Web Presence by 17 Comments »

Hi Lisa! – What Not to Write as an Email Subject

October 9, 2012

I recently received an email in my inbox with the subject line “Hi Lisa!” The from address only said “Suz.” I get hundreds of emails a day and this is the type of thing that I would normally just send to my spam folder – between the dubious subject line and the cryptic “from” address, it really triggered all my red flags. But I had just sent a few photos, via Facebook, to a friend named Suzanne and thought that maybe she was replying to say she received them. I opened it and was surprised to see that it was a note from an old client, writing to set up another appointment! Continue reading

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Posted in Business Practices, Business Strategies, Email Marketing, Internet Marketing, Newsletters, Writing by 11 Comments »