This Time It’s Personal!

January 6, 2009

 

Happy 2009 everyone! I thought I would start the New Year on a personal note. As many of our readers know we love technology and the many social media tools such as our blog, that grant a forum for us to speak about the things that we feel are relevant, interesting and educational.
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Holiday Wish-Lists from Friends and Family All Found Online!

December 11, 2008

 

As the holidays are fast approaching, I would be remiss if I didn’t find a holiday theme that ties in with technology. There are a gazillion articles out there that talk about retail and the various online offers, coupons, price reductions, free shipping, “tell a friend and receive” programs and the list goes on.
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Social Media: for the good of Mankind.

December 10, 2008

Maybe it’s the snow coming down like rain or the aspartame rotting out my brain, but I’ve really been having a hard time focusing lately (Simpson’s nod for those who might be wondering). For the past couple of days, I’ve found myself flitting from one post subject to the next—everything from the suicidal Pepsi Max campaign to how men and women respond to social media. But I’ve been unable to settle on a topic. However, there’s an issue (of sorts) that I haven’t been able to shake. I don’t know why. Perhaps there’s something in it that speaks to my own fears for someone I love very deeply (long story for another day). So permit me to state my case and then I’ll gladly swerve back to discussing the fun side of social media and the new Marketing Democracy.
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How Are You Going to Form a Connection to Your Consumers in 2009?

December 6, 2008

I have finally returned to the world of technology after learning how to be effective when your computer and your bberry are no longer at your fingers tips—disconnecting you from all aspects of your life. While I was incommunicado, I had to take a deep breath and think. How am I going to connect with everyone?
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