Justin Timberlake: Read This Before You Re-Launch MySpace!
6 years ago 0 0

Saying ‘bye bye bye’ to the Old MySpace Dear Justin, I know it’s been a long time since I wrote you a letter. You may recall last hearing from me in the summer of 1994, when I proclaimed that you and Ryan Gosling were my favorite cast members on the new Mickey Mouse Club (that’s

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Why do you care if they Like you?
7 years ago 0 0

Social engagements are becoming more diverse by the second. Today I tweeted about a pin of a shared image; feel free to comment on that.  As the powers that be create new terms for social media execs to ponder, try to measure and eventually argue over, one will always be the Granddaddy of them all:

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Who Will Harness the Collective Power of Social Athletes?
7 years ago 0 2

When the Miami Heat beat the Seattle Supersonics in the NBA Finals (call me old fashioned), LeBron James ended his playoff-driven Twitter hiatus with this message: OMFG I think it just hit me, I’m a CHAMPION!! I AM a CHAMPION!! — LeBron James (@KingJames) June 22, 2012 That message was retweeted more than 45,000 times

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The Current Battle for Talent
7 years ago 0 0

There is a lot of talk about the War for Talent, again. This happens now and then, typically post-recession or economic struggle. It is my firm belief that the War will never end and you must have a strategy for the War, not the battle. Most companies right now are fighting the battle – using a very

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Hits Don’t Lie: 10 Ways for Bloggers to Engage with Big Brands
7 years ago 0 1

Countless articles have been written with insight and tips that teach marketers to connect with bloggers on behalf of their clients.  I still keep a couple of these ‘How To’ lists in my Firefox bookmarks.  Because of these insights I know that I need to be intimately familiar with the blogger’s brand and content.  I

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Would You Stay Friends With Your Brand?
8 years ago 0 0

A few nights ago, I found myself cross-legged on my living room floor, laptop on the coffee table, furiously purging my social networks. The feeling was a mixture of both guilt and relief. There were people on Twitter whom I’d only conversed with once and followed out of courtesy. There were people I’d met in

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