Enraged Twitter users have surfaced after online pawnshop, Pawngo, mocks Wes Welker and the New England Patriots’ Superbowl loss. The company dumped 900 pounds of Butterfinger candies in the middle of Copley Square in Boston this afternoon. Pawngo stated in their press release that they wanted, “everyone in the area stop to take pictures, grab a bar, and have … Read More
I spent most of today outlining what I’d like 2012 to look like – in terms of my business, health and personal goals; something that I take very seriously at the beginning of every year. I have to say – this is my most ambitious set of goals since 2010 (I never actually ended up mastering juggling while tap dancing … Read More
Months ago, Facebook announced a new layout for your personal profile. It was rolled out to “Facebook Developers” only, so you could use this method of cheating to get it early. Yesterday, the feature became accessible to everyone! Click Here to read about how to set yours up now!
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Social Media is the new “word of mouth” and can help your business gain new audiences and drive more sales. But do you have a solid plan? Social Media and Your Small Business is a series of two workshops that meet you where you are to take your business to the next level online. This workshop is separated into two … Read More
This week I wrote an article for Silicon Bayou News about how to measure social media ROI, which mainly focuses on affordable and easy to use tools as well as strategies for what to measure. Here’s a blurb: In order to measure “social media ROI (Return On Investment),” i.e. “what am I getting out of paying you to tweet for … Read More