Tag Archive: Social Media

September 30, 2018 • Written by

Marketing To Your Tribe

Sitting on a plane, being able to write on my blog... technology is a beautiful thing, isn't it? I'm flying back from Chicago (by way of Charleston, SC) to Nashville. I had the opportunity to speak on Gamification at two very awesome (and very different) events: Digital Summit Chicago and Type-A Parent & Lifestyle Blogging…

October 20, 2011 • Written by

Why Am I Attending BlogWorld?

October is nearly over, and that means in just over two weeks geeks from all over will be descending on Los Angelas.  BlogWorld's bi-annual conference hits the west coast this year with a vengeance, and judging by the lineup it's going to be a fantastic conference. It's funny though.  I always joke around with attendees…

November 2, 2009 • Written by

The Social Side of Southern Hospitality

A lot of people don’t know this about me, but I grew up in a small town in Kentucky.  I mean really, really small. Here’s a hint: I share a hometown with the latest “America’s Got Talent” winner.  I’ll let you do the math on that one. Anyway , the whole town had about 10,000…

December 15, 2008 • Written by

What 2009 Holds for Social Media

Normally I’m not one to recycle information on the net (I think that we’ve already become a big enough echo chamber without one other voice being added) but I do like this PDF put out by 14 of the best minds in Social Media.  It’s a great read! Social Media 2009 Publish at Scribd or…

November 3, 2008 • Written by

Good (and Bad) Design in Politics, Part 2

The Great It’s one day before the most historic election anyone can remember, and the websites are getting traffic hits in the millions as the clock winds down.  The first post focused on the main candidates, but there are other policy groups, politicians, and lobby groups that have fantastic designs. Better Roads Now I love…