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Be Unique. Be Infectious. Start Something Bigger Than “You.”

Can you say your brand is unique?  Can you say you’re a pioneer? It seems like a simple concept, but when it comes down to it, it takes a commitment to a TRUE brand.  Often times people ask what it takes to become “viral.” My answer: “You

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YAY, Twitter Lists… Now What?

What does the recent addition of  Twitter Lists mean to you?  It’s another enhancement for Twitter, sure, but what does it mean to your daily social media routine?  That question was asked at the Central Iowa Blogger’s (#CIB) meet-up this morning. At #CIB, the conversations revolve around

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3 Questions You Need To Ask

Social media tools are easy to acquire…  Sure.  But just like a sharp knife, you may not want to hand it over to any shlub that walks into the kitchen.  If your company wants to start cooking up some social media marketing, you’d better be ready to

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You Can’t Ignore Your Passion

What’s your passion?  Is it your job?  Do you paint?  Play an instrument?  Are you lucky enough to get paid to do what you love? That’s okay…  I don’t either. In college, I thought I was going to be the next superstar cartoonist – the next Berkeley

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Hello, I’m Following You On Twitter.

Now that you have a Twitter account, what do you do to make it work for you? Jump In and Start Tweeting: Social media is not exactly social in the beginning.  It’s a lot of people, alone, standing at the edge of the chasm yelling trivial facts

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Boomers’ Branding Ballyhoo

Hey Boomers…  what would you do if you spent the last 35 (or more) years of your life working to secure your family, your finances, your future, and the economy tanked? Suddenly you find yourself out of a job due to corporate “out-placement” or “downsizing.” Suddenly, the

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Sex Or Cash? A Masterpiece Theater Interlude

I just ordered Hugh MacLeod’s Ignore Evereybody: And 39 Other Keys To Creativity – simply because of the farcical treatment the folks over at Brand Autopsy gave it. I LOVE IT! More-so, I love the segment that they chose to feature.  The Sex and Cash Theory –

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John Hughes Made Awkward Okay

I recently saw this post through a link from a high school friend on Facebook.  Although I was simply scanning – not paying a lot of attention to the details of most of the entries – I had to read this one twice. The first time, I

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Lesson Learned: Opportunity Knocks (Quietly…)

Before you delete that “junk mail,” you may want to reconsider…  And here’s why… I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t get a lot of email through my Studio 24 site. I rarely look at it and it’s grossly out-of-date. When I do get email

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A Nip Here, A Tuck There…

Sure…  every now-and-then, a brand needs to be “refreshed.”  But just like plastic surgery, “refreshing” a brand and completely rebuilding are two completely different things (think Kenny Rogers or Bruce Jenner).  Care needs to be taken not to destroy your brand integrity while maintaining your current brand

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