There are three camps into which every company in the world falls: Those who don’t know or don’t care about social media Those who care about social media and think it can be useful Those who think social media can be the backbone of the
I have the honor and privilege of participating in two batches of automotive social media seminars in Orlando this year. One, the Automotive Marketing Boot Camp, will be more of a training-class setting that includes 5 trainers offering their insights for nearly 4 hours each
When Imgur.com first hit the scene a year ago, it quickly became the “hip” way to post, host, and share images on Reddit. Digg took notice and it soon became the most popular image site there as well. A year later, one thing is certain
One of the most talked about topics of 2009’s was the real time web. Even as 2010 has begun, more and more articles are written about the real time web and more and more startups have launched. Even Google has begun mixing in real time
“Knock, Knock” is the sounds that use to symbolize a salesman’s presence, with a great haircut, suit to match and briefcase in hand. Although presentation was of importance, it wasn’t exactly what got him in the door; and even though what he was selling may
We all work in a business dominated by people with infomercial expectations of zero effort and immediate results. They are all looking for that quick fix. They salivate at the thought of finding those magic search terms. They dream of finding the greatest automated social
Digg has moderators, as they have acknowledged in the past. For those who believe that the moderators are screening the stories before they’re allowed to hit the front page, I can say that either they were asleep on the job or it just isn’t true.
On December 31, 2009, Andy Carvin from NPR asked people on Twitter and Facebook to sum up the year in one word. He then ran the results through Wordle to generate a word cloud. As you can see, some found hope in 2009 while others