TweetGUEST POST from Danielle Bowers We’re standing on the edge of a new frontier with social media. Every step we take, every advance is new ground and we’re all learning as we go. That said, we also have to figure out how to handle tragic events as they unfold. By now we’ve seen it happen on Facebook, Google+, […]
News Archive for Items Categorized 'Technology', only excerpts shown, click title for full entry.
Tweetby Jessica Northey Find me on Google+ Hey everybody! Happy Holidays! This Wednesday December 19 at 2pm PT/5pm ET, I will be hosting a LIVE VIDEO chat with the always Enchanting, Guy Kawasaki who just published a new book about publishing books. It’s called APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur–How to Publish a Book. We will be doing the […]
If tradition holds, even in this economy, retailers whether brick and mortar or cyber, will see their business hit black today for the first time in 2012. Forecasters are calculating how much they think we’ll spend on Black Friday-the day after Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday-the Monday following the holiday weekend.
TweetMy favorite line from the movie Fletch is “I have a lease with an option to buy.” Although Chevy Chase’s character is talking about rubber gloves in this scene, it has always stuck in my head as the perfect analogy for dating. Dating is a form of courtship that consists of activities that help assess suitability as […]
TweetKred says, “Yes, YOU do! We all have influence somewhere.” Social influence is the ability to change the behavior, thought or actions in another person, whether intentionally, or unintentionally. When a Morning Show Host a local radio station mentions a new tech gadget, listeners, who perceive themselves in a relationship with the Host, form an opinion, […]