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My BlogHer 2012 Experience: The Pros And Cons

My BlogHer 2012 Experience: The Pros And Cons

I’m a big fan of BlogHer the institution and this is my third year of attending the conference but it has taken me a while to write this post because I’ve been ambivalent about whether or not I’d go back next year. As always, I enjoyed seeing and hanging out with many of my blogging [Continue]

Social media is changing modern campaigns

Social media changes convention coverage MiamiHerald.com “It is possible that social media and the discourse we can see there can help transform the conventions into something more dynamic again, something that involves the public,” said Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Pew Research Center’s Project for … Social Change Via Social [Continue]

3 Things I Didn’t Learn at #Brandcation

3 Things I Didn’t Learn at #Brandcation

Last weekend I spent three gorgeous days at the Portofino Island Condos on Pensacola Beach with 31 other fabulous bloggers at the Brandcation conference and I’d like to tell you about three things that I didn’t learn while I was there. 1) How to manage my blog. I go to four or five conferences each year [Continue]

Social Media: The importance of putting money where your mouth is

Social Media: The importance of putting money where your mouth is For years, social media has held the connotation of being free. However, over time, brands and agencies have begun to understand that they need to make more of a commitment than hiring an intern to “do” social media. In order to unleash the full [Continue]

Facebook: The e-commerce future or wasteland?

Facebook: The e-commerce future or wasteland?

Facebook: The e-commerce future or wasteland? A new report from Reuters claims a host of companies are betting big on e-commerce for the world’s largest social network, and they think it could be huge. The talk of e-commerce coming to Facebook has been discussed for years. But so far, it … rest of the article [Continue]

The Power of Social Media in the Trayvon Martin Case

After protests outside the Seminole County Courthouse, complaints called into the Sanford police, and a massive online petition, Trayvon Martin's supporters could no longer be ignored. Now, three weeks later, both federal and local prosecutors are [Continue]

OMG: Social media helped spread word of tornadoes – Louisville Courier-Journal

OMG: Social media helped spread word of tornadoes – Louisville Courier-Journal As tornadoes tore through Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee Friday afternoon, social media sites were buzzing with information. Photos and videos of tornadoes and hail storms began popping up on Facebook pages shortly after the storms faded, … Bookmark on [Continue]

Recharging My Bliss Batteries

Recharging My Bliss Batteries

Last year I was so inspired by my first Blissdom conference that I came home and had a ring made to remind me of the fabulous feeling that I brought with me from hanging out with people who totally “get” me (I completely stole the ring idea from Dr. Brene’ Brown’s keynote presentation). Well I’ve just returned from [Continue]

Pinterest: Latest Social Media Experiment Pinned With Skimming Charges? – Inventorspot

Pinterest: Latest Social Media Experiment Pinned With Skimming Charges? – Inventorspot

Pinterest: Latest Social Media Experiment Pinned With Skimming Charges? – Inventorspot by Ron Callari With record-breaking pageviews and generating more traffic than Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube combined, social media’s latest shiny thing has ridden into our zeitgeist quicker than Superman’s speeding bullet. Pinterest’s [Continue]

Facebook May Be Chasing Mobile Ad Pot of Gold – E-Commerce Times

Facebook May Be Chasing Mobile Ad Pot of Gold – E-Commerce Times “Fifty percent of Facebook access happens through mobile, so there is not even a question of whether mobile will be monetized,” Simon Khalaf, president and CEO of Flurry Analytics, told the E-Commerce Times. “Right now, Facebook has a 25 to 30 percent … [Continue]

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