Michael Lorin Friedman

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By at November 1, 2013 | 7:06 pm | 0 Comment

Medical Writing WordPress Website Design and Management Social Media Medical Writing Medical Copywriting Client: Dr. Raj Shani Project: Medical copywriting for surgical specialty pages of Dr. Shani’s new sports medicine practice in Houston, Texas. Client: BeautyFeel International Project: Medical copywriting for product pages of Belgium company’s line of hyaluronic dermal fillers. Edited the entire content of

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Mailbox: A Better Email App for Gmail on iPhone

By at February 20, 2013 | 5:30 am | 0 Comment

Mailbox: A Better Email App for Gmail on iPhone

Mailbox is the newest third-party app for Gmail on iPhone. And, Mailbox promises to be the best. Forbes loves Mailbox so much, they are already speculating a buy out by Apple or Google. Tempted by what I read online, I signed up for my reservation number about 3 weeks ago.  Like the Gmail launch, Mailbox is staggering new sign ups to

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Non Profit Advocacy: Is Anyone Listening To You?

By at February 12, 2013 | 12:00 pm | 0 Comment

Non profits have long been in the business of advocacy and policy engagement. It’s not an easy task — to compel people to support a cause via digital and print communications. To be forceful and gentle at the same time, demand but not beg. But we’ve all received terrible non profit advocacy communications. Recently I received an

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A Buddy Media White Paper: Facebook Timeline

By at January 28, 2013 | 6:00 am | 0 Comment

Last year, Facebook decided to move all of its brand pages to Timeline. Social media managers and marketers had so many questions. How will Timeline impact my ability to engage with audiences? Does content that got great interaction before get the same on Timeline? Have my plans for effective wall posts completely changed? A white paper from Buddy Media answers many of

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Twitter Tools: Scheduling with Buffer

By at January 22, 2013 | 11:36 am | 0 Comment

Are you a tweeter that barrages your followers’ feeds with tons of tweets at once. Then are you sometimes quiet for hours? Do you feel like you are clogging your Twitter follower’s feeds? Do you want to spread your Twitter content out over the day better? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions,

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Social Media Training Tips

By at January 14, 2013 | 11:00 am | 0 Comment

Social Media Training Tips

How do you ensure your social media content lives up to the high standards of your audience? Simple: Proper social media training. You’ll feel more confident and properly represent your business. You will quickly reap the benefits of well strategized and proper social media management. Challenges. I recently wrapped up 10 weeks of social media management, training and supervision

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Get Your Own Short Url

By at January 7, 2013 | 11:00 am | 0 Comment

Get Your Own Short Url

A short url is a unique web address you can use to more smoothly and compactly share links in social media. They are usually 3-8 characters. Here are some popular examples: goo.gl, fb.me, youtu.be. Can you guess what three companies these short urls are from? As you can see, short urls often have strong, undeniable branding implications. So, Why Do You

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A Twitter Share Strategy

By at December 17, 2012 | 11:00 am | 0 Comment

A Twitter Share Strategy

Whether you tweet for yourself, a small business, or a non profit, you can use this Share Strategy to manage daily posts Twitter. Standardizing what you post on Twitter is very important – Twitter followers like to see consistency in style, voice, and technology. Keep your tweets short. You must always be succinct. Keep your

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Non Profit Social Media Implementation: 5 Tips For An Uphill Battle

By at December 3, 2012 | 11:25 am | 0 Comment

Social media implementation can cause quite the stir in the non profit workplace. Especially if you’re the only one who understands social media’s value… Don’t fear! Most of those around you jarred by the newness of Web 2.0 are really just jarred by newness itself. You know, that generalized fear of doing things better ways.

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Queer Harm Reduction vs Prevention, Inc

By at May 22, 2012 | 6:01 pm | 0 Comment

Behavioral prevention fails men who have sex with men (MSM), and it fails to protect against HIV. “Preposterous,” you may say? What about the millions of dollars spent on Prevention, Inc. and the reduction in infections we have seen? What if all that money, and all that public health behavioral prevention expertise, could never prevent

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"Michael is a bright, motivated, energetic individual who brought new ideas to Project Inform that have greatly improved our social media, communications, grassroots organizing, and outreach activities. Among his many achievements included planning and executing an extremely successful rally/press conference opposing cuts to the California AIDS Drug Assistance Program and building/maintaining our social media program."

Ryan Clary, Director of Public Policy, Project Inform

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