I’m becoming social this Spring

This is an interesting change. I’ve probably started experiencing this most recent “revolution” of social media exposure for the past couple of years, but with all the events going on in April and stretching into May, it seems that I’m becoming quite the social person…and it’s all a good thing. Just last weekend, I was… Continue reading I’m becoming social this Spring

Viddler is the hero of the day

At yesterday’s Podcamp DC, one of the sponsors was Viddler. If you don’t know they are, then that’s alright because honestly I never paid them any mind either way. But that all changed after yesterday’s event. Viddler is basically like YouTube but what I’ve enjoyed about their service is that you’re not constrained to a… Continue reading Viddler is the hero of the day

Video from Podcamp DC: New media and the new journalism

Perhaps one of the most popular sessions that I saw at yesterday’s Podcamp DC, I felt that this session was quite entertaining and it seemed to me that everytime Jim Long speaks, there’s always a huge crowd following him (similiar to Twitter). For me, this was the first time that I actually got to see… Continue reading Video from Podcamp DC: New media and the new journalism

Video from Podcamp DC: Integrating social media with small businesses

One of the great sessions that I attended at yesterday’s Podcamp DC event was when social media guru, Shashi Bellamkonda from Network Solutions gave his talk on how small businesses can utilize social media to their advantage. From purchasing your own domain, google’ing your name, creating a Facebook fan page to much more, this 30… Continue reading Video from Podcamp DC: Integrating social media with small businesses