If you are involved in social media management that it’s important that you regularly report on your successes (and failures).
I just got back from spending an afternoon in Georgetown presenting “Get Smart! Make Better Social Media Decisions through Analytics” to a group of about 250 social media enthusiasts at the PowerHouse.
Keeping with a recent trend, more and more Super Bowl advertisers are leaking their commercials ahead of the big game in order to create some buzz running up to the ad’s prime time debut.
If you are like most folks in today’s fast-paced companies, you barely have time to take a lunch break, so you’re probably also ignoring another vitally important part of your work day – the thank you note.
Here’s a nice round up of “what were you thinking?” moments brought to by the good people at AdWeek.com.
YouTube is rolling out new features for their partners enabling them to use a new form of annotations. Previously, I felt that the annotations feature was a bit limited.
Just a quick programming note, I will be in San Francisco on Tuesday, September 25th, 2012 hosting a session at the Social Media Strategies Summit.
I’ve long opined on how virile the internet has become – giving a platform for anyone to anonymously spread hate, lies and misconceptions about anyone and anything.
Sometimes the “best” TV commercials don’t require million-dollar budgets. Just great stories.
Being able to apologize in business, and to do it well, is paramount to the success of a leader. The art of apologizing, when executed properly, demonstrates intelligence, empathy and compassion. It also oozes humility, making leaders more approachable and I would say more successful. Here’s a great article by …