This is a cross-blog post from Stage Two’s website where I worked and wrote on their blog. Originally posted on Stage Two’s blog on March 1, 2010. Last year, I was very fortunate enough to attend the Inbound Marketing Summit hosted by Chris Brogan and Justin Levy. It was there that I was first introduced to… Continue reading It’s Easy To Make A Video, But Takes A Lot To Make It Viral
This is a cross-blog post from Stage Two’s website where I work and co-authored with Jeremy Toeman. Originally posted on Stage Two’s blog onÂ Â March 24, 2010. At this year’s South by Southwest interactive conference (SxSWi), geo-location service, FourSquare, released 16 new badges that users could earn – all of which had different requirements. For those… Continue reading Ten FourSquare Badges We’d Like Made To Honor Community Service
Editors Note: I must admit right from the get-go that this company is a client of my employer, Stage Two Consulting, but I am writing this from a journalistic standpoint and what I’m about to write is a honest review of the service it provides. When I first heard about Redux, I didn’t really quite… Continue reading Reliving & Resharing Media Easily With Redux.
There’s something to be said about trying new things. For me, I’ve been accustomed to working from behind the marketing realmn of it all. I have a marketing degree and am focused on pushing information out. But with me now being a social media strategist at Stage Two Consulting, I’m finding myself thrust into a… Continue reading Learning To Target Your Audience By Example.