Bio not provided
I wouldn't complain too much Kristen... it will, at least in the the short-term give you something to do; provided you can persuade their clients to re=engage and do it correctly this next time. It not about have a lot of followers but having a lot of customers, advocates and evangelists... all former followers converted to your cause
9 months, 3 weeks ago on What’s Your Biggest Challenge in Social Media?
I will pick it up. it might be awhile before I can get to it..there are so many other things to do with so little time to do it. I will move that to the top of the reading list. I agree with you Blanchard's ( @thebrandbuilder )book was a good read. Well done,MC!
1 year ago on Why Marketers Need to Read Marketing in the Round
I would like to consider that I am a critical thinker ... but I think I am somewhat of a Hybrid I identify with critical thinking and that satisfies the "receiver" portion of my work processes, I am also a "transmitter" as well as a "receiver" and I leave the best description to that it the creative thinker /Idea connector. The bifurcation is a bit difficult to articulate except that I do tend to take a situation and weigh options and opportunity and personal and professional benefit and systemically effect something new or using a old thing or process in a new way,
1 year, 1 month ago on Are You a Natural Born Connector?
I think you need to strike an balance between advocacy of something and an overshare. The latter is actually an example of something that veers a little left of center. I do like your example of colonoscopy as an object lesson. Advocacy is great and the need for having the procedure done is vital (i recently had one, BTW) and posting a photograph as an overshare and grpahic (no pun intended). A balance in all things even disclosure such as these need to be thoughtful and finessed. Great post! Thank you
1 year, 5 months ago on The Colonoscopy Principle
ginidietrich I love peanut butter... almond butter, cashew butter .. Im nuts for nut butters
1 year, 7 months ago on 12 Most Irritating to Most People I Know on Twitter Behaviors | Was: 12 Most Stupid Twitter Behaviors
Great list .good job.
1 year, 8 months ago on 12 Most Likely Reasons I Am NOT Following You on Social Media
The biggest reason you dont bash someone is that it is not civil or polite. The same reason you do not argue with a fool; those around you might not be able to tell the differnce between you and the fool. be civil. be neutral if you cannot be nice because when all is said and done it will eventually backfire on you in ways you will never expect or anticipate.
1 year, 8 months ago on 12 Most Important Reasons I Don’t Bash People Online
gee what happened to Marcy Massura's post ..it was just here!??
1 year, 8 months ago on 12 Most Unexpected Advancements in Mobile Marketing
I have seen another thing you have might include .. Procter and Gamble have these mobile laundry units that send to disaster ravished areas so that those affected by disasters can have clean clothes Brilliant!. good works and branding
Stan you got the blimps but you forgot the airplanes .and airlines... Alaska airlines with the huge plumage... and southwest airlines and Braniff airlines .. did considerable work with their branding in staff uniforms.. I can remember an regional airline that painted huge smiles under the nose of their aircraft. the branding they did really stood out in my mind and made it fun to fly.. in the good old days (pre 9/11)
this is a great post... the only thing I would add to this is that companies must empower their staff and drive the leadership as far down the hierarchy as possible. If a customer experience is less than optimal. the staff should be able to engage and embrace the issue and solve the problem without having to go too far up the chain to get to set it right, It paradoxical to me in one sense that sometimes the lowest level of staff and employee is often the center and center of customer experience. At least that is the case in some industries such as retail and food service and often in other fields.
1 year, 9 months ago on 12 Most Important Steps an Organization can make to Improve the Customer Experience
aldsaur@nathanrking Alison, its always a pleasure and delight to read your posts. your work does resonates with in a profound manner. I have much the same interests at least in historical and cultural foundations and the codification of culture.
1 year, 9 months ago on 12 Most Powerful Tools for Creating a Strong Digital Tribe
Wow, incredible post Allison, I can appreciate this from a anthropological and a cultural standpoint. Clearly the nucleus of a primer on best practices for social media marketing and for simple societal coexistence . I do appreciate the point you made about symbolic language and its parallel to brands and iconography.
it sometimes seems contradictory when consider your point about specialization of language and the point you made about inclusion and diversity; it would seem to suggest they might be at odds but in the overall scheme of definition and classification. I think they are valid and reconcile nicely to your premise. I love that you called it a tool set; the best kind. Very good job,
Josepf. this is probably the most enjoyable read I have had in sometime. I could couch everything in some zen koans and sound or be inscrutable but in the final analysis these things invoke a conscience emotional response that I can really absorb and adapt for my own sake. Thank you for sharing what I can assume that are some of your favorites of the book and/or the movie.
1 year, 10 months ago on 12 Most Important Life Lessons from Forrest Gump
I have to say that this is a far different discipline that I considered SEO; which was to gain an unfair advantage by gaming and exploiting weaknesses in search engine algorithms. I think that your article has changed my perception and perhaps my prospective.. well done Sean! you have opened my mind to the extent that the thing has evolved into a significant science from the dark arts magic frame I previously placed it.
1 year, 11 months ago on 12 Most Valuable Personality Traits of Top SEO Consultants
Im going to tell you what my Dad told me.. I more or less told this to Dan this the other night.
My Dad has told me amny things but the best advice he gave me was this:
" Be Bold and Courageous, because when you when all is said and done, and you look back on your life, you will regret most the the things you dont do far more than the thing that you did do.! "
Happy Fathers Day to us all!
1 year, 11 months ago on 12 Most Important Lessons We Learned from Dad
Josepf ...we hardly knew ye... I am now convinced you're funny and not irritating and that you bring me great joy with your response with the recant. I see now that you are funny, serious and poetic and ironic .... all at the appropriate times
Finally I appreciate your tastes in all things except peanut butter. I humbly bow at your feet and apologize for my first post and think that I will buy the scotch when we eventually do meet .. the first drink anyway!
1 year, 11 months ago on 12 Most Irritating to Most People I Know on Twitter Behaviors | Was: 12 Most Stupid Twitter Behaviors
BHSMITH "Nobody backs Baby into a corner"
1 year, 11 months ago on 12 Most Common Mistakes of Women in Business
LewisPoretz Im sorry ...did I do that ( in my best "Steve Urkle")
More Posts!! and more cowbell
1 year, 11 months ago on 12 Most Important (Not So Business) Business Books