Thanks to Twitter, following the Red Sox along their march to a second World Series title in four seasons has been an absolute thrill.
So, a tip of the cap to Sarah Wurrey, Kyle Flaherty, Jack Hodgson, Doug Haslam, Red Sox Cast (would sure like to know his/her real identity), Joe Cascio, Todd Defren, Rod [...]
PodCamp Boston 2 gets underway in a matter of hours with a pre-conference party at Tequila Rain and then continues all the way through Sunday afterrnoon. It promises to be a weekend full of teaching, learning, sharing about new media, as well as catching up with old friends and making new connections.
Here’s how you can [...]
Here’s the audio from my 58-minute conversation with Laura Fitton earlier today on BlogTalkRadio.
Laura was my guest on a show about “delivering killer presentations at PodCamp” and offered excellent advice for both first-time presenters and accomplished speakers alike. She also took several call-in questions from a listening audience that ranged between 15 and 18 for [...]
In the leadup to PodCamp Boston 2, I will be speaking with Laura Fitton on BlogTalkRadio at 4:00pm 10:00am Eastern tomorrow all about “delivering killer presentations.”Laura is the principal of Pistachio Consulting and blogs at Great Presentations Mean Business. If you’re presenting at PodCamp this weekend or just have questions about how to become a [...]
Get a headstart on PodCamp Boston 2 this Saturday morning by joining us for a very informal Social Media Breakfast 3, starting at 7:30 at the Starbucks Cafe at the Westin Waterfront Boston Hotel, attached to the Boston Convention and Expo Center (BCEC).
Here are the details:
Event: Social Media Breakfast 3
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2007
Time: 7:30 [...]
It’s been a while, but the Social Media Top 10 finally returns from its autumn hiatus this week.
Week 5 – Friday, October 12, 2007
1. Google buys Jaiku
But if the members of my online community all hang on Twitter, does it matter? It might, especially if Twitter “can’t get its act together” soon.
2. Social media news [...]
In just a couple of hours I’ll be phoning up a PR agency on the West Coast and could very well be saying yes to a pitch that found its way into our Monster e-mail inboxes earlier this week.
And here’s the thing: The pitch wasn’t very good.
For starters, we are addressed as “Hi Corporate” — [...]
I belong to 28 Facebook groups — and I don’t actively participate in any of them.
Here are the two main reasons why:
Lack of compelling content. The initial flood of posts to a new Facebook group typically drops off to a trickle after couple of weeks. Essentially, a bunch of people rush to join a group, [...]
Not the headline you were expecting from a guy who works for Monster, right?
Well, the time has come to declare the death of the traditional resume for the creative professional.
If you’re an online advertiser, digital marketer, or social media-focused PR pro, then you know that the one- or two-page resume that you’re supposed to send [...]