Mitch Jackson Becomes a Brand Ambassador for Agorapulse

Agorapulse (Social Media Management Simplified)

I’m excited to formally announce my Brand Ambassadorship with Agorapulse. In the past I was using Buffer and Social Media Jukebox to manage my social media but now, Agorapulse allows me to do everything I need to do (and frankly, much more) with one simple to use cloud based solution.

With Agorapulse, I’m in control of my social media content creation and engagement. In the past, it sometimes controlled me 😉

Today, my team and I can quickly and easily create single, scheduled or ongoing posts, check inboxes and read reports. It also gives all of us a detailed overview of the use and engagement on our social media platforms. Click here to give it a try, I know you’ll like Agorapulse as much as we do!

Mitch Interviewed on the LeftFoot Podcast

The new episode of the LeftFoot Podcast dropped today: “Story Telling Lawyers on Video” with Mitch Jackson via Nicole Giantonio

Nicole did an excellent job getting me to share some of my most effective brand building techniques, as a professional, on social media. Click here to enjoy the podcast. Also please share if you believe it adds value!

Is It Legal To Record Telephone Calls?

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In light of recent breaking news, business owners and entrepreneurs are wondering: what are the laws around recording conversations? Here’s what you need to know.

On the LegalHour.live, attorneys Joey Vitale and I share 36 combined years of legal and business experiencer and explain what every business owner, client and customer, needs to know when it comes to recording telephone calls. Click here to watch. 

Mitch and Nine Other Professionals Share Their Thoughts on Forbes!

I’m honored to be a part of this new marketing article at Forbes by Dan Gingess, “What 10 Social Media Professionals Say Should Be Your Top Priority Right Now”

Click here to take a look. Do you agree or disagree with our recommended top priorities?

SCOTUS Rules States Can Tax Internet Sales

Breaking News: The Supreme Court just ruled that States can compel retailers to collect sales taxes on online (Internet) sales purchase even if they don’t have a physical presence in the state.

Today’s SCOTUS ruling CHANGES EVERYTHING for businesses selling products and services online.

Participate in the live video chat and get your questions answered during today’s special edition of the LegalHour.live (1 pm PT | 4 pm ET | 9 pm London).

Click here to watch and participate in today’s live video!


One day later. A slightly different perspective on Periscope 😉