#FollowFriday – It’s All About The Awesomeness.

This is a weekly series that I’m hoping to help add some more relevance to the #FollowFriday (what’s this?) Twitter activity that originally started through Lijit’s own Micah Baldwin to help connect Twitterers with one another.For this week’s selection, I’m revisiting some of the people that I follow to recommend some of the individuals that have really been… Continue reading #FollowFriday – It’s All About The Awesomeness.

A Tip From HARO’s Playbook: Community Organizers In Need

This is a cross-blog post from Network Solution’s Solutions Are Power website that I guest wrote. Originally posted on SolutionsArePower.com on July 16, 2009. A while ago, an amazing “movement” was stated by Peter Shankman called Help A Reporter Out. The group’s goal was set to accomplish one mission: to connect reporters with sources. Thanks… Continue reading A Tip From HARO’s Playbook: Community Organizers In Need

Getting Social In Real Life With The Social Media Club

It’s fascinating how people use social media. Really. It’s definitely a means of communicating with one another and getting people sharing common interests. If enough people are interested, then perhaps an organization forms. This is exactly what will happen this Saturday in the San Francisco Bay Area. Organized through the work of Barbara Drady and… Continue reading Getting Social In Real Life With The Social Media Club

Case Study: Haamonii Shochu & The Social Media Experience

Last night at the Social Media Club (#smcsfsv) monthly meeting, I took part in perhaps the most interesting discussion that I’ve had since I’ve arrived in San Francisco. The topic of the conversation was about the “Social Media Ecosystem” and it was led by Ravit Lichtenberg, Founder and Chief Strategist of Ustrategy LLC, and who is an… Continue reading Case Study: Haamonii Shochu & The Social Media Experience