Monthly Archives: August 2012

A quick thought on presentations

Don’t think you have time to practice your presentation? The good news is that you’ll still end up practicing, even if you don’t plan to. The bad news is that you’ll do so in front of a room full of … Continue reading

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Facebook stock, snark, and yodeling pickles: yesterday’s “Midday Matters” segment

If you missed yesterday’s “Midday Matters” segment, here’s the podcast: Midday Matters, August 21, 2012 As always, it was a pleasure sitting down with Kevin, Sean, and Susan to talk about social media and answer caller questions. I hope you … Continue reading

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What does Facebook’s sliding share price mean for marketers?

What does Facebook’s sliding share price mean for marketers? It’s possible it means nothing. After all, the perceived value of a stock isn’t necessarily correlated to the real-world value of a business, site, tool, or idea. Still, I think it’s … Continue reading

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This month’s Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly column: Choosing the right social media tools: a short, oversimplified guide

Every month, I write about social media for the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly. My August column is an admittedly oversimplified look at the main benefits of each of the most popular social media tools. Choosing the right social media tools: a … Continue reading

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