Posts Tagged “chris brogan”

The wires are crossed

By | December 28, 2011

There’s something we teach clients and our employers about social media marketing, it’s a basic rule that’s important. Just as in traditional marketing, the same rule applies. Know who (and where) your target market is. This makes complete sense when developing a marketing strategy. We determine who we want to reach, then we plan to […]

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Chicken wings and cheap tunes

By | June 4, 2011

There’s a lot of talk about Amazon’s recent sale of Lady Gaga’s latest album for just 99 cents. It’s alleged that Amazon lost 3 million dollars on the deal. Chris Brogan had a post yesterday about why he would offer 10 cent wings on a wing night, if he owned a restaurant. I’m seriously craving […]

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Visualize This

By | February 16, 2011

Last year at SXSW, I decided that I would try to see more presentations about things I knew little or nothing about, or by people who I had never heard of before. Dan Roam was one of those people. Chris Brogan wrote a blog post recently about doing the work. In his post he mentioned […]

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By | January 20, 2011

I’m undecided about Quora at this point. Chris Brogan describes it as a site where you browse around for questions you think you can answer, and/or you view interesting answers. I have always found services like Yahoo! Answers handy, because the answers are voted upon by the users. So naturally, the best answers rise to […]

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