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Corporate Website Vulnerability Requires Vigilance To Ensure Social Media Success

August 12th, 2011

Twenty years after its introduction, the traditional corporate website is no longer new, but instead a minimal threshold for progressive firms.

The Power of Websites in Corporate Social Media

August 8th, 2011

While no longer considered “cutting edge” when compared to new online engagement tools, corporate websites continue to be critical for social media strategy.

Nine Things My Cat Taught Me About Social Media

July 18th, 2011

In the seven years since adopting a kitten, I’ve learned a lot about cats, humans, and by extension, social media – yet still feel I’m just scratching the surface.

Writer Wrong – Why Authors NEED Social Media

April 8th, 2011

Nobody ever set out to be a writer.   On Career Day in Middle School, there was no section of the cafeteria set aside for “Authors,” and no newly-minted senior – after being cornered by a pushy uncle at their graduation party– ever clutched their diploma, hand over heart, and proclaimed, “I shall become a writer.”  [...]

Social Media In Sports: How NFL Players Leverage Twitter Followers to Survive

March 23rd, 2011

The increasingly compressed career most NFL players (currently 3 ½ years) is prompting more to leverage social media to establish their post-football brand.