As national “conversations” reach a fever pitch and everything becomes politicized and polarized, here I come with my new
Your blog helps to further exhibit samples of your work regardless of where you've landed your guest posts. These are appalling
Whether you chalk it up to a lack of time, the incessant need to "feed the content monster" or any other reason, this an issue that needs to be addressed. We need to ask and answer the critical question: How do we create more engaging content?
A growth hacker would focus on creating headlines that connect with the audience on an emotional level and convey value, using
I was on a 'visual storytelling' panel at last year's conference and, although 600+ people attended the session, only about 1/3 of them were actually "listening" to us! Blame Twitter.
Though Morgan Stanley may seem kind of late to the social media game, the bank is actually at the cutting edge of its industry
This morning I woke up to find that Twitter was down. The website tells you in a cute way, with a little "fail whale" - it's so sweet. But why is this lack of reliability tolerated?
At what point can we say that Twitter's jumped the shark? When your boss joins? When your mom joins?
Retweeting is a Twitter convention created by users. Because of its speed of delivery and its potential reach, retweets are fast becoming the most viral way to spread ideas in human history.
A Telegraph story reported a rumor that Twitter users may "soon be posting real-time video tweets in addition to text tweets
Are our everyday lives really so mundane? Does it all boil down to working, getting home, satisfying the most basic needs
When someone complains about Twitter being overrun with "useless" information, I have the same reaction: the same is true of talking, but no one ever questions whether that is useful.
I am up to the minute with more input than I can process. But just as I was contemplating technicide, along came Twitter.
The reason I don't like Twitter is because it's redundant. Churning out 140-character updates on the relative quality of your lunch does not warrant its own site.
Tila Tequilla twitters. A lot.
About half a dozen members of Congress (from both political parties) thumbed their iPhones and BlackBerries and twittered while President Obama spoke about the economy and technology.
I spoke with online moneymaking strategist, Joel Comm on my radio show about the advantages of Twitter for a company and how individuals can best use the microblog.
When it comes to breaking news -- from heroism on the Hudson to terror in Mumbai to calamity in California -- Twitter leads the pack these days.