Back in May, I announced that I was diversifying Soshable. Something was brewing in me and something being lost at the same time. I believed that I needed to diversify in order to regain my passion. In the course of doing so, I realized that
Hello friends, fans, contributors, enemies, unknown folks, and alpacas. After seven awesome years of focusing on social media pretty much solely, we’ve decided to expand the scope, posting frequency, and style of this site to include “important” news. While we’ll still be posting plenty about
When I first started playing around with social media marketing back in 2007, it was new, fresh, and wonderful. I created this blog to keep my thoughts in order, to have a central point through which to post all of my content, and to build
OK, so technically it’s not new. Technically, it was launched back in 2011 and fell off of my radar due to challenges I was having with bandwidth. Technically, it’s a “revival” rather than a launch, but I can assure you it’s one heck of a
At Soshable, we strive to get not just report the latest and greatest in social media but to also be a part of it. Empire Avenue is no exception. In the coming weeks, we will be reaching out to the team at EAve to see
For the last 4 years, we have been working hard to make Soshable a fun place to check out the latest and greatest in social media. We’ve ranted, laughed, cried, and exposed interesting ideas that aren’t normally found on blogs. We’ve made some people upset
There are certain aspects of being a part of corporate America that are extremely beneficial. The money is great. The connections made, relationships built, and reputation established have been excellent aspects of my life for the last 4 years.
I was only partially joking when I said that Michael Arrington should buy Soshable and turn it into his TechCrunch beater. Unfortunately, he didn’t return my calls.
I admit it. I was one of them. Those people who see what Michael Arrington and TechCrunch did, how they wielded their power to influence other sites, startups, and large corporations. As a former newspaper journalist, I despised him, the site, and everything about it.
After over a month of being without my beloved Social Blade Show, the urge is calling. The desire to talk social media with friends, colleagues and absolutely strangers is overwhelming. We need a new show.