Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably read about the mysterious sightings of dead birds dropping out of the sky, and millions of dead fish and sea mammals washing ashore, all over the world. The news started with a report on New Year’s Eve of redwing blackbirds falling out of the sky inContinue reading “Latest excuse for sightings of dead birds and fish? Over reporting in social media!”
This down time between Christmas and the first week of the New Year is a perfect opportunity to give your personal branding a lift and start the New Year with a fresh image. Here are eight ways you can use free templates and other inexpensive tools available on the web to give your business orContinue reading “8 free (or cheap) ways to give your web branding a new look for the New Year”
This map of Facebook friendships looks not surprisingly like a map of the Earth as seen from space at night. Are you utilizing this vast network of more than 1/3 of the most wired, affluent and educated people on the planet to promote your business, consulting practice, art form or cause? You should be. http://www.economist.com/blogs/dailychart/2010/12/data_visualisation_1?fsrc=scn%2Ffb%2Fwl%2Far%2Ffacebookfriends.
2010 was the year of the uber-embarrassing social media blunder: Southwest Airlines threw celebrity Kevin Smith off a plane for being too fat to fly in one seat. Smith’s Tweets about the incident were not only widely read and hilarious, but a PR nightmare for the airline. The Gap changed their logo and the blogosphere erruptedContinue reading “Executive social media jobs exploding. (It’s not just for ninjas, gurus and interns anymore.)”
This article was selected as 1 of 1 million WordPress posts to be on Freshly Pressed where it created a momentary sensation and 15 minutes of social media fame for me. It’s two years old now, and clients are still making excuses so I am running it first to remind you all that it’s aboutContinue reading “Seven lame, business-killing excuses for not having a social media presence.”
A mesh of communications webs make up a mushroom mycellium beneath the earth. Another clear example of a “meshwork” is a social network like Facebook.
Maybe the Double Rainbow Guy is telling us that the secret to being popular is to be real.