One of the major networking mistakes people make is asking for a favor too soon. And some continue to make it over and over again without a clue!
The Internet has facilitated immeasurable connectivity between people in any country around the world, and furthered just about everything that I can think of. It has spawned a barrier-free world of information for people to connect and collaborate at will, propelled largely by a desire among humans to share ideas, passions, goals and experience.
One art director, two copywriters and the love for stop motion culminated in creating the New York City diorama. Introducing the app that fights iPhone theft... in stop motion video.
Whether it is on Facebook, Twitter or a text on your cell phone, many will see photos and videos flying through cyberspace over the holiday season. Maybe some of these pictures and videos won't be so joyous; this is when digital decisions may have been made in haste.
Whoa, dude, thank you for making these awesome hashtag brownies. Sure, they're a little gnarly and imperfectly shaped, but I've had, like, eight of them and I am telling you, my man, they have greatly impacted my ability to absolutely kill it on Twitter.
It's not uncommon to get several thoughts in a row I want to share, or come across several things to share while reading email or working. Buffer allows me to add all these ideas to my queue when I think of them, and shares them at predetermined intervals.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I just wanted to express my appreciation for a resource like Klout. Thanks for making the lives of all marketers a little easier.
There's one form of giving that involves few costs, while offering offers dramatic benefits to the people around us. It's the single best way to help someone fall in love, and the most common way that people find a job. It's also the reason that the Beatles and the iPhone came to exist.
Social engagement managers fear a lot of things: typos; dead links; people asking if you "just tweet for a living"; and tweeting from the wrong account in Tweetdeck, or worse, on mobile late some Friday night... But if there's one thing we don't have to fear anymore, it's building our following and justifying our job's importance, thanks to Gary Vaynerchuck's new book, "Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook."
"E-mail is a sinkhole where knowledge goes to die." The quote recited in the New York Times got us wondering - if email is dying, what will replace ...
Herewith, notes from a bitter, would-be messenger. Like always, please ignore all typos. While I fully comprehend the strategic leveraging of soci...
In today's screen culture where the written word in all its new and various forms has become a prevalent mode of communication, people are starting to realize that those that can write well are more likely to be heard.
How does the CIO of one of the largest technology companies, with over 300,000 employees and hundreds of thousands of global customers, deliver on the...
Content marketing is the development and distribution of relevant and valuable content to attract, acquire and engage consumers. Simply put, content marketing is creating content your audience actually want to consume as opposed to just blasting them with advertising over and over again.
Whether in your home town, your place of work, house of worship or social network, we all bear the responsibility and possess the opportunity to bring some light to our environments and our world.