Welcome to my blog!

Pam Dyer

My goal is to help businesses understand how to use social media marketing initiatives on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, and other social networks — as well as blogging and search engine optimization (SEO) — to find leads, increase sales, and improve branding. There’s an overwhelming amount of information out there about how to get started with social media marketing and the “best” platforms and tools to use. I want to help companies break through the rhetoric and elevate their social media and content marketing expertise from good to great. I usually post once a week — I hope my articles assist you with strategic marketing planning and social media program execution.

I do my best to ensure that my writing is accurate, but the world of online marketing changes at such a fast and furious rate that it’s almost impossible to know if the same strategies that apply today will work tomorrow. I never use affiliate links for products and services I write about or recommend, so there’s nothing here that will compromise your online experience.

I’m always interested in quality, unique articles. If you would like to write a guest post on Pamorama, please contact me.

Want to follow me elsewhere online? I’m most active on Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn. I have a lot of other profiles out there, but contacting me via LinkedIn will likely get the fastest response — and I’m always open to invitations to connect there, so don’t hesitate to reach out.

I recently learned that Forbes included me in both their list of Top 50 Social Media Power Influencers and the Top 20 Women Social Media Influencers. I’m proud to be associated with the many impressive people who were also recognized!

In my other life, I direct the marketing activities at SolutionsIQ, a leading Agile services provider. We offer the broadest range of Agile services in the industry — including certified training, coaching, management consulting, and software development — and help companies adopt Agile practices from the team level to executive management.