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The Social Media Serenity podcast was a show devoted to social networking in general, though a majority the episodes focus on the early days the big networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Cliff Ravenscraft and Erik Fisher covered all things "social media" from July 2009 through January 2012. The main focus of the content was to learn the most efficient way to use these services to build authentic relationships and build brand awareness in the online community without wasting away co… Continue Reading >>
The Social Media Serenity podcast was a show devoted to social networking in general, though a majority the episodes focus on the early days the big networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Cliff Ravenscraft and Erik Fisher covered all things "social media" from July 2009 through January 2012. The main focus of the content was to learn the most efficient way to use these services to build authentic relationships and build brand awareness in the online community without wasting away countless hours of our lives.

Be sure to check out my current main podcast, The Cliff Ravenscraft Show, in your favorite podcast directory. << Show Less
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120 - The Biggest Opportunity In My Business And I Couldn’t Afford it! This episode contains just one incredibly powerful story how how my participation within a mastermind group has made my dreams, personally and professionally, become reality. Click here to see the video version of the message included within this episode. If you are full-time self-employed or plan to become full-time self employed within the next 12 to 18 months, I want to invite you to CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THE NEXT LEVEL MASTERMIND TODAY. Here are a few testimonials from current and former members of The Next Level Mastermind: Tom Heffner said... Cliff Ravenscraft and the mastermind he created were a major inflection point in my career and life. I went from feeling trapped in a day job to creating my own freedom and autonomy. I left the day job at that time to start my own business to give myself more freedom to do what I want, with whom I want, when I wanted. I've never looked back. Here's the interesting part - as much as Cliff can help you with the tactical/practical (e.g. the in's/out's of online business - he can definitely help with this) ... what really helped me was changing my mindsets and removing the limiting beliefs holding me back from achieving what I wanted. Dan Faulknor said... I joined the group with the plan of maybe leaving my day job in the next year or two. Within 6 months of joining (and attending meetings at 3am my time. It was worth it!) I had a plan to leave my day job within a couple of months. I did leave my day job, much sooner than expected and now 4 years later my business is thriving with 3 employees + myself. Cliff's ability to ask you questions and get you to lead YOURSELF is his greatest strength, in my mind. You have nobody to 'blame' but yourself, because you provide all the answers with Cliff's guidance. Kevin Davis said... I was at a standstill. Didn’t know what the next step was. Actually, I didn’t think I was qualified to make the next step. Didn’t have anyone in my circle at that time to help. So I took a leap and joined Cliffs mastermind. My how things changed! First was overcoming some thoughts that held me back. Then some steps and next action items to get the ball rolling. Now I’ve moved the ball down the field farther and quicker than ever imagined. Leslie Graham said... If you are thinking about this, be sure to reach out to Cliff. Joining NLM was the biggest leap I'd ever made in terms of investing in myself and my business, but my life was radically changed in so many ways as a result of my nearly two years with the group. In fact, my current business was launched as a result and I couldn't be happier with the trajectory of that business. I have other podcasts that might be of interest to you. See my list of shows at http://CliffRavenscraft.com/podcast Let's Work Together! Would you like to connect with me through one-on-one coaching or through one of my paid mastermind groups? If so, visit my WORK WITH ME PAGE and submit an application today.
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120 - The Biggest Opportunity In My Business And I Couldn’t Afford it! This episode contains just one incredibly powerful story how how my participation within a mastermind group has made my dreams, personally and professionally, become reality. Click here to see the video version of the message included within this episode. If you are full-time self-employed or plan to become full-time self employed within the next 12 to 18 months, I want to invite you to CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THE NEXT LEVEL MASTERMIND TODAY. Here are a few testimonials from current and former members of The Next Level Mastermind: Tom Heffner said... Cliff Ravenscraft and the mastermind he created were a major inflection point in my career and life. I went from feeling trapped in a day job to creating my own freedom and autonomy. I left the day job at that time to start my own business to give myself more freedom to do what I want, with whom I want, when I wanted. I've never looked back. Here's the interesting part - as much as Cliff can help you with the tactical/practical (e.g. the in's/out's of online business - he can definitely help with this) ... what really helped me was changing my mindsets and removing the limiting beliefs holding me back from achieving what I wanted. Dan Faulknor said... I joined the group with the plan of maybe leaving my day job in the next year or two. Within 6 months of joining (and attending meetings at 3am my time. It was worth it!) I had a plan to leave my day job within a couple of months. I did leave my day job, much sooner than expected and now 4 years later my business is thriving with 3 employees + myself. Cliff's ability to ask you questions and get you to lead YOURSELF is his greatest strength, in my mind. You have nobody to 'blame' but yourself, because you provide all the answers with Cliff's guidance. Kevin Davis said... I was at a standstill. Didn’t know what the next step was. Actually, I didn’t think I was qualified to make the next step. Didn’t have anyone in my circle at that time to help. So I took a leap and joined Cliffs mastermind. My how things changed! First was overcoming some thoughts that held me back. Then some steps and next action items to get the ball rolling. Now I’ve moved the ball down the field farther and quicker than ever imagined. Leslie Graham said... If you are thinking about this, be sure to reach out to Cliff. Joining NLM was the biggest leap I'd ever made in terms of investing in myself and my business, but my life was radically changed in so many ways as a result of my nearly two years with the group. In fact, my current business was launched as a result and I couldn't be happier with the trajectory of that business. I have other podcasts that might be of interest to you. See my list of shows at http://CliffRavenscraft.com/podcast Let's Work Together! Would you like to connect with me through one-on-one coaching or through one of my paid mastermind groups? If so, visit my WORK WITH ME PAGE and submit an application today.
119 Social Media Serenity – Here’s Me With My Hand On The Red Button Well my friends, with a great deal of thought and prayer going into this, we have made the decision to end the Social Media Serenity podcast after 119 episodes. This show was started on July 17th, 2009 and we have certainly covered a great deal of the changing landscape within Social Media these two and […]
118 Social Media Serenity – Are Some Things Better Left Offline? In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and Cliff discuss the following: – Chris Brogan's post “Depression is an Offline Event – http://goo.gl/vcwqp – Buffer App now has an iPhone App – Bufferapp integrates with SocialBro – http://goo.gl/zoFBl – http://SocialBro.com – http://TheTwitCleaner.com – http://manageflitter.com – Charlie Sheen Tweets Phone Number to 5 Million http://goo.gl/aUmgB […]
117 Social Media Serenity – TweetDeck Has Been Neutered In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and I discuss the following: – An update on the response to Embedded Tweets. – An update on the response to Livefyre Comments. – A few Google+ Pet Peeves. – Facebook's Hidden Inbox. – Twitter Brand Pages. – Initial thoughts on the new TweetDeck. – Facebook Timeline […]
116 Social Media Serenity – New New Twitter – The Awesomeness of Embedded Tweets – LiveFyre Gets Our Full Endorsement In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and I spend a few moments talking about the layout of the new, New Twitter. As we were discussing the newly enabled Embeddable Tweets option, it occurred to us that there could potentially be a major benefit to embedding a tweet at the bottom of each of […]
115 Social Media Serenity – What Do You Like About Google Plus? In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and I share the responses that had come in where I had asked the question “What Do You Like About Google+?” on Google Plus. Also, we answered Chris' question about what the difference is between GMail and Google Apps. And we finished off the episode with Doug's […]
114 Social Media Serenity – Stumbling Along With Google Plus In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and I discuss the following: – Facebook Fights Flood of Spam http://j.mp/vYGPeU – Google+ Pages & Third-Party Apps http://j.mp/vmKUDy – What is SocialMention? – http://SocialMention.com – Google+ Circles Get a Boost With Katango http://j.mp/urO6y5 – Ashton Kutcher to Take a Break from Twitter http://j.mp/s3MiBa – Twitter Launches […]
113 Social Media Serenity – Twitter Activity Stream And Google Plus With Extras In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and Cliff discuss the following: – Twitter Mentions And More. – Twitter Activity Stream. – BufferApp Facebook Integration. – Google Plus on Google Apps. – Google Plus with Extras. – http://gspn.tv/sx9 – Google Plus Brand Pages. – http://j.mp/vUzSc3 – Replies & More Google Plus Extension. – http://goo.gl/KPOFL […]
112 Social Media Serenity – Too Much Math For My Brain In this episode of Social Media Serenity, Erik and I discuss the following: – 12K For Tweet? – http://gspn.tv/dz6 – Twitter quietly rolling out a new expandable timeline? http://t.co/D2KCS4FP – A New Era for Klout Scores http://goo.gl/g0APN – Twitter Changes The Way We Watch TV http://goo.gl/WyAFd – A Single Retweet Caused Palestinian Envoy To Canada […]
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