I'm an amateur cook, writer, skiier, and human. Social media marketing is what I know to do best. Nutella is what I eat the most.
40 year old tantrum = brilliance.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on Gin and Topics: Panda Cub Gets Vaccine and Click Baby
@jasonkonopinski @Crestodina Sorry, I don't understand. How is it that keywords and trends could be a deadly combination for content generation?
2 months ago on 6 Ways to use Google Trends for Your Business
@ginidietrich YAY! I love Matt! He curates one of the best sites on the internet: videos of explosions from around the world. Fireworks factories, nuclear plants, meteors--you name it. He should tell you about it; it's really fantastic. :)
2 months, 1 week ago on Hummingbird Update: What it Means for PR Pros
So the sky isn't falling?! :) The future's in content engagement: great content, great engagement as a result. We wrote about post about it this week @AddThis. If we're only losing a piece of the pie, our strategy shouldn't fall under because, well, it shouldn't be solely based on that one piece of the pie. There's so much data out there! ALL THE DATA!!!
PREACH IT, GIRL! This is about women making smart choices, especially investing in a "plan B" that can get you back up on your feet. And sadly, not many women think this way, and I don't know why. Nothing in this life is guaranteed, and credit runs out quickly. Gosh, and I know women who are in this situation now. It makes me anxious for them.
3 months, 4 weeks ago on What the Opt-Out Generation Means Longer-Term
@RebeccaToddThat was the ultimate in snake creepiness. And the "diff between cats and dogs" video reminded me of this one (you may have seen): http://youtu.be/wtYm2yPRGSA
5 months ago on Gin and Topics: Snakes, Dogs, Cats, and Pigs Oh My!
Ermagherd! That snake vid is totally giving me the heebie jeebies!
Oh lawdy, I had to stop watching after the second video because my face is leaking tears of laughter! Totally watching the rest of it tonight.
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Gin and Topics: Ryan Lochte is So Cute and Ellen has Competition
Aw, Margie, this was an awesome post. You have a sweet heart, thank you. :)
7 months, 3 weeks ago on A Letter To Those Of You With 1,500 Twitter Followers Or Fewer
@AmyVernon Ha! Next time I get one, I'll forward it to you. :P
9 months, 2 weeks ago on For the Love of Spam
YES! Thanks for this, @AmyVernon ! I've actually been wanting to read something on spam since, for some reason, my email spam count has gone up 3-4x in the past few weeks. After getting invitations to save hostages in Siberia or meet a young girl online, I always think to myself, "If I worked for a spam company, I'd help them target their email marketing much better." LOL! Thanks for the laughs, Amy!
9 months, 3 weeks ago on For the Love of Spam
@RebeccaTodd @stevenmcoyle Yes. It's an immaturity/unprofessional-thing. I wouldn't have done that either at 21 because I had long-term goals for my career. And this goes for anyone in any position at any age who doesn't lash out and burn bridges on their way out of a position. Maturity and professionalism. I think those are two questions to inquire about when hiring new staff.
10 months ago on Three Things You Can Learn about Social Media from HMV
You opened up my world to Bad Lip Reading! The Inauguration one came out today!
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Gin and Topics: Lots of Dancing and Some Bad Lip Reading
@Erin F. I knew I'd see you here, Erin! :)
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Poetry Friday: Pablo Neruda
The kid in first position... HILARIOUS! Still cracking up about it!
11 months ago on Gin and Topics: Pranks, Public Dancing, and Ballet
This was SUCH a cool story. I loved following it. :)
1 year, 1 month ago on A Fantastic Starbucks Customer Experience Story
@ginidietrich LOL! I can't help it. These ideas come to me, and I have to put them into action! (Comment #28)
1 year, 1 month ago on Fighting Hunger with No Names
@geoffliving Comment # 9
This is awesome!
@Erin F. I know, I'm so bad! I have to stop by your blog again soon. It's been cah-razy. :) Been well?
1 year, 2 months ago on On Crashing Weddings and Online Conversations