Tag Archives: social media
Link

RT @fastcodesign: FB changes ad rates based on relationship status and gender. Ladies: You’re only worth $1.05 compared w/ $1.16 for men! http://ow.ly/5tpyK

Image

Pee-wee Refuses to Grow Up and So Do I

Pee-wee Refuses to Grow Up and So Do I

There were few toys more important to me as a child than my Pee-wee Herman action figure.  There was something endearing and quirky–what I would today call slightly subversive–about this goofy man in a gray, wool suit.  I’m convinced most of my eccentric behaviors as a child and even as an adult can be traced […]

Image

The Perks of Being an Internet Early Adopter

The Perks of Being an Internet Early Adopter

If you want to think of the Internet as real estate, consider each new social media venture, community, service the next up-and-coming neighborhood in your city.  The promise and potentital are there.  Land is cheap right now, but there’s a chance that some day–perhaps very soon, even–that little bit of real estate will be worth […]

Image

See Blue, Check In

See Blue, Check In

Kudos to the University of Kentucky for finding the first clever use of Facebook Places.  While I remain highly skeptical of geolocation services like Places, GoWalla, and foursquare, I can see a certain level of novelty in it’s use. ReadWriteWeb has a look at the plan crafted by UK’s marketing firm along with some additional […]

Link

RT @mashable: 3% of Twitter’s Servers Dedicated to Justin Bieber

…and 100% of my heart loathing.

Image

A Comprehensive Guide to Social Media Platforms

A Comprehensive Guide to Social Media Platforms

Click the image above for the full chart. CMO.com has a great chart that explains the various social networks in terms of customer communication, brand exposure, site traffic referral, and SEO.  Here’s why it’s important Chief Marketing Officers understand the role and value of these networks: Social media marketing is expected to dominate this year […]

Quote

Checking-In

I'm not on Four Square...but is it possible to become mayor of your doctor's office or medical complex? If so - do you get to waive a co-pay?
Stephanie Alderdice