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Six Month UPDATE on Lisa Sullivan

Handing Tweet Divas donations to Orange County Rape Crisis Center in Aug 2011

It has been six months since I last brought you some news! In a nutshell –

It’s been a BUSY few months and I’m loving every minute of it! You can keep up with me on Twitter, through my Facebook Page, via LinkedIn as well as through all the Fonville Morisey profiles (Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, and via our blog). I’ll try not to wait so long to update again!

Until next time,



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Taking On a NEW Role as Fonville Morisey Digital Media Marketing Director

I am excited to announce that after an exhaustive two-year search for a position in web 2.0 marketing communications, I have FINALLY found a new home with the team at Fonville Morisey Realty in Raleigh…and I begin April 1st.  No fooling!

In this newly created position as Digital Media Marketing Director I will be responsible for managing all aspects of digital communication for Fonville Morisey’s corporate office – driving, creating, and implementing online engagement for the Fonville Morisey brand that will inspire advocacy within its various online communities.  With over 700 independent agents in the Triangle, I will also provide leadership and training in the Web 2.0 space to further enhance each agent’s marketing efforts.  Ultimately, I will serve as the digital liaison between Fonville Morisey corporate offices, agents, online communities, and traditional media helping to transform the business by building brand recognition and leadership in the Web 2.0 arena.

As a former Community Content Liaison with NBC 17 working with the community I was charged to bring them to the forefront of new media, with added experience in the Triangle social media scene, through the sharing of my expertise at speaking engagements, consulting, and consistent growth in the web 2.0 space, all that experience has paved the way for this new position.  It’s what I have been striving for since leaving NBC 17 in the spring of 2009.  I am very excited to join the team at Fonville Morisey, already a leader in the Triangle real estate market, helping to bring them into the web 2.0 marketing arena with new and innovative strategies.

I will continue to work with my existing clients as the need warrants but will not be taking on any additional clients at this time. I will also continue to teach my workshop each semester at Johnston Community College Small Business Center as well. Of course, Tweet Divas will continue on as that is my ministry to the community.  Expect to hear more about our next gathering soon.

In the meantime, I would like to thank all those who have supported me, who have provided job leads, introductions, good vibes, and countless prayers.  It’s all paid off!

See you in cyberspace as the next phase of my career begins.

Lisa Sullivan 🙂




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Hands On Approach to Social Media Returns to JCC Small Business Center March 8th-29th

In just a couple of weeks my VERY Hands On Approach to Social Media workshop begins it’s 4-week run at the Johnston Community College Small Business Center campus in Clayton.

If you’ve been thinking about entering into the world of content marketing and social media, you should join us!  The first class is an overall introduction into the web 2.0 marketing world and sets the stage for the remaining three classes.  Participants leave the first night with a bit of “homework” to prepare for whichever classes they choose next.  Some take all three while others choose to take one or two.  It depends on your marketing goals for your business and the time and resources you wish to utilize to get there.

The workshop is set up for those that are ready to enter the space but have not yet.  This is their chance to set up Twitter and Facebook accounts for their businesses, format their blog (and if time permits, post their first blog post), and gain some insight into the world of user generated content through video and image galleries as well.  This is NOT for those that already have accounts on the various platforms because of the structure of this workshop.

The first session of this series (held in the fall of 2010) was very successful.  I encourage you to at the very least attend the first session on March 8th from 6-8pm.

For more information and to register, please visit the Johnston Community College Small Business upcoming seminars page on their website or contact me at lisa(at)lisasullivanpr(dot)com.

Hope to see YOU on March 8th!



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