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Watch Where You’re Swingin’ That Thing…

Desire and a baseball bat… maybe a leather glove…  That would make me a major leaguer, wouldn’t it?  No? Okay, well, then give me some spiffy pin-striped pants and a jersey with the number “2” on it…  Now I’m just like Derek Jeter, right? STOP IT! Just

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TWITTER? You Must Be Insane…

“How in the heck can 140 characters make any impact on my customers?” Just a one of the response I’ve received from Nay-Sayers when I talk about using Twitter as a marketing tool. “Mindless babble…” “Fanboy frivolity…” I usually sit and listen (patiently) while they list out

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T.G.I. Fridays Steps In It Socially?

T.G.I. Fridays …  what can you say but “ubiquitous?” They’re everywhere. From every other street corner of any slightly metropolitan city to parodies in cult films, they’ve become the Walgreens of the “casual dining” industry. If there’s a cross section of people and commerce, they’ll be there,

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Are You Ready For Socialnomics™?

Explain to your parents the fascination you have with social media.  Better yet, explain the advantages of social media MARKETING to a company CEO, CFO, CMO or any number of other CxO’s.  They’ll stare at you like some kind of snake oil salesman. Better yet, give them

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Seven Steps To Staying Socially Top-Of-Mind

What is your brand doing to maintain relevance to its audience?  If your / your company’s brand is dependent on continued exposure in a specific market, what are the steps you’re taking to maintain that contact and staying “top-of-mind?” Back in “the day” it was a combination

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Campaigning For “Youville” – Telling VS. Talking

Are you successful in social media campaigning? Look around you.  Is there anyone else with you?  Is there anyone even near you? Okay…  I say that somewhat figuratively.  But think about it.  Are you TELLING others about your business, your industry, politics, dreams, fears, or aspirations? Or

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Will Tweet For Food

Ran across this great story from CNN on a New York gourmet catering service that is utilizing Twitter to update customers and followers on everything from the hours of operation, to specials, even WHERE the truck will be at any given moment! I just have to say

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If Traditional Media Is Dead, Now What?

It’s happened again.  Another failed attempt to reformulate a dysfunctional communication model has been rejected by readers, commuters and, well, basically everyone on the planet. Back in January, I found an interesting fact on journalism.org that illustrated dramatic declines in readership of traditional newspapers, magazines, as well

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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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Look At What You’re Saying.

A picture is worth a thousand words. We’ve all been told that since we could speak. But, what if you turned it around. Have you ever wondered what our thousands of words actually portray? Let’s take a look… I write – sometimes all day, every day –

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