While you know you need to create content on a regular basis, actually conjuring up material is another story altogether, which is why you need a content calendar.
There are two kinds of companies in today’s world—those who rock at social media, and those that don’t. The following… Read more How to Suck at Social Media
This week, thanks to a post on my friend Sarah’s blog, I became fully aware of my digital obsession. I’m a… Read more Confessions of a Digital Hoarder
Last month, I got to speak at Beyond Social 101, which was sponsored by Girls in Tech. True, it was… Read more And Now for Something Completely Different
I’ve been doing a ton of public speaking lately, and I’m always excited to do so. For some reason, it… Read more Making the Rounds
I’ve been following Fast Company’s Influence Project with great interest, primarily because I’m still trying to figure out exactly what it is they’re trying to accomplish. I get the whole point of using your social media influence to generate quantitative data that proves that people listen to what you say. However, this project leaves me scratching my head, despite their intentions of creating a viral campaign.
Bright and early this past Saturday, geeks of all kinds converged upon the OSU campus for what my husband likes to refer to as a “lovefest for dorks.” WordCamp Columbus 2/PodCamp Ohio 3 served up its usual offerings of sessions for bloggers, podcasters, and social media afficianados. Of course, I had a hard time picking what sessions to attend, but here is a recap of some of my favorites
Yet again, I have taken a break from writing my blog. It’s not that I don’t enjoy doing it, but… Read more Is There a 12-Step Program for That?
In case you haven’t already guessed, I’m a big believer in the power of social media. That’s why I was… Read more Coming Together for a Cause
According to Forrester Research, a new behavior is emerging in the social space: people are using vehicles for rapid, back-and-forth… Read more Facebook as the New Twitter