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This was exactly what I needed @ginidietrich. Thank you. You complete me.
1 year, 11 months ago on Get Media Attention: Six Tips to Pitch Journalists on Your Own
Thanks @crestodina @amandag I look forward to catching up soon.
2 years ago on How to Market an Event: 50 Event Marketing Tips
@amandag @crestodina Don't get me wrong. I have to step out and grab a bite (and watch 30 minutes of NCAA #MarchMadness). ;)
Hey @amandag & @crestodina ! Nice job on the list. I could add a lot to your truly awesome list, but I'm on the clock. If I had one tactic to add, I would say the curation of tangible content leading up to and/or during the event for event attendees to take away from the event (this could be videos, photos, t-shirts or just about anything.) Done right (not SWAG,) this can add to the buzz leading up to the event, tap new audiences for attendees and keep the event property top of mind to departing attendees. Content is about capturing great memories! See you at the next #Wineweb!
@ginidietrich I've had to ground myself recently to get some writing done!!!
2 years, 2 months ago on Getting Things Done: Why Working at Home is Better
I am lucky to get to use an office at JAM a few days per week, which allows me to get to interact with people whom I do business with. That being said, I rely heavily on doing business from home the rest of the time. Being an extrovert, I am EASILY distracted! It's a lot easier for me to hunker down in my home office environment....especially when it's snowing and cold outside! Love the facts in this piece. Thanks @ginidietrich !
@crestodina not only has taught me a lot about SEO, email marketing and connected me to great people, he buys me really good craft beer, gives me dating advice and may have saved my life once. He is a damn fine robot.
2 years, 3 months ago on #FollowFriday: Andy Crestodina
@ginidietrich @Culture_Content Would love to catch up next week! Let me know what times work for you. Thanks and I hope you enjoyed the holiday!
2 years, 4 months ago on Community Building, Content Marketing and Charles Arment
Thank you for participating @ginidietrich in @crestodina 's #WineWeb. You've done a great job of fostering community here, and the discussion on the evolution of the role of content in marketing that we had last night hits very close to my heart. It's an exciting time to be a marketer because nobody has a fool-proof crystal ball for the future (not disparaging your traveling crystal ball.) The part that is most disturbing is that many marketers still resist human communication's evolution and try to apply traditional models. Hope you all have a great Thanksgiving!