How Good Content is Shared

Today, I was flipping through Instagram and came across this epic image. And thought to myself, “Perfect! I’m so stealing this.” I responded with that exactly to the publisher, and screen shot the image. They responded “do it.” I thought good, I already did. Yesterday Thump, a new EDM channel launched. They did a great … Continue reading

RE:FORMSCHOOL | Digital Strategy Day 2

DAY 2 Social Marketing Plan | Draft V.2 | 10/04/10 Challenge: RE:FORMSCHOOL is a really cool project, but most people don’t get it until they are here..and see how crazy an idea this is.. Question: How can we explain what it is we are doing in a way that people care? Answer: Capture, create and … Continue reading

RE:FORMSCHOOL | Digital Strategy Day 1

Volunteering for a public, group, not-for-profit project can always be a daunting task.  Besides the personalities, different ways of working, levels of commitment, access to resources and everything else, its sometimes difficult to get done what you need to in the amount of time that you have.  Over the next couple of days I am … Continue reading

In the Now.. How else can I explain it.. NYC | 2010

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Why are Celebs more popular than Brands on Twitter?

So I’m a week late catching this article – though I don’t think the debate will be settled anytime soon.. The pecking order graphic below begs the question – Why are celebs more popular than brands on Twitter? Perhaps because they are people – and not brands.. and people want to follow people and not … Continue reading

HOW the Digital Frontier is like the “New world” 500+ years later..

Apps on facebook and brand names on twitter.. Get with the program people – it’s like a gold rush, or better yet exploring a new frontier!! This is the best shit that’s happened since Christopher Columbus!! The online world is kinda like the offline world.  Except that most of the offline (Physical Reality) has already … Continue reading

A Crash Course on Social Media..

Alright.. back from a mini social media vaca, with a quick post on a presentation that Keane Angle (@Keaneangle) and I delivered last week to the CT Press Club as “A Crash Course in Social Media”.  Just a couple of thoughts/builds.. It’s important to remember that presentations are linear.  The subject matter of this deck … Continue reading