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Creating a Meaningful Social Media Strategy for EnTeam

ShareTweet I’ve been working hard on coming up with a cohesive social media strategy for EnTeam Organization, a non-profit based in St. Louis, MO. If you want to read the full thing, ping me and I’ll be happy to send … Continue reading

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The ten best ways to fail at PR 2.0

ShareTweet Brian Solis and Deirdre Breakenridge have some great advice in PR 2.0: Putting the public back in public relations. I’ve taken it to heart by coming up with my top ten ways to utterly fail at public relations in today’s world … Continue reading

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Social-ized Media: Why socialism is the wave of the Web

ShareTweet At least once a week I see protesters against universal health care holding huge posters warning of Obama’s socialist agenda (I work right by the White House). Conservative pundits like Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck insult Obama by calling … Continue reading

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Here comes everybody, there go the pros: The collective wisdom of the Web.

ShareTweet This week I had the distinct honor to interview longtime investigative journalist Seymour Hersh. His office was a love story to journalism of days past. It was filled with piles of boxes, papers, files, notebooks, awards, and books written by … Continue reading

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Do you know how to score collaboration?

ShareTweet Ted Wohlfarth does! Check out my interview with Ted about the organization he founded, EnTeam Organization. You can also find them online at www.enteam.org Click here for an interview with EnTeam Organization Founder and Executive Director Ted Wohlfarth talks … Continue reading

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Mad Men in the Groundswell? I don't think so.

ShareTweet Perhaps one of the reasons I like social media so much is because it seems to go against the very foundation of traditional marketing practices. Reading Forrester Research’s “Groundswell” you almost feel like you’re reading a self-help book for … Continue reading

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Drowning in social media content? Lifestreaming might just float your boat

ShareTweet Ok, I’ll stop myself now before going crazy on the “stream” puns here. If you haven’t already heard, lifestreaming is the new blogging. What is lifestreaming, you ask? It’s a way to pull all that content you’re posting in … Continue reading

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