For those who don’t know, I have a bit of a 90s nostalgia theme going on in this blog, with posts like this and this. I also may be slightly addicted to Twitter. I wanted to have a little fun with a new 90s inspired post. This time, it’s about 15 tweets you may have […]
There’s a good chance you have seen this video from TD Bank floating around the Interwebz over the last week. They essentially rigged an “ATM” for a short period time to say, “Thanks!” and dispense meaningful gifts to some of their loyal customers. On the surface, this seems really awesome. A big brand- a bank […]
What’s the best customer service experience that you have ever had? I want you to take a couple of minutes and think about all the recent and/or not-so-recent customer service experiences you have had. Many of them are probably pretty “meh.” Nothing great, nothing outrageously terrible. But, what was that stand-out customer experience? What made […]
I just got back from ForumCon yesterday, and I’m now crazy inspired after a couple of days of general community management awesomeness. This conference was a perfect blend of of high-level strategy and real-time tactics. This was anchored by top-notch speakers, like Jeff Atwood, Richard Millington, David Spinks, Justin Isaf, and many more. ***Major kudos to […]
When most people think about growing or getting traffic to your blog, podcast or even just a basic website, you probably think of the usual suspects: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and/or if you are lucky enough to have a large one- your email list. The reality is the traditional social media channels – especially Facebook and […]
I have been blogging since 2009. There’s no doubt that blogging has changed a lot since then. While the tools and number of resources to help new bloggers have grown tremendously, there is no question that’s it harder to get your new blog noticed out of the crowd today. As someone who just started a […]
I was on Snapchat for a good half-second. The reason I joined in the first place was to do my due-diligence, research and test out a new, up-and-coming platform. I tried to keep an open mind and “like it,” but the only thought going through my mind is this is a waste of time. It’s […]
Recently, a few top-notch bloggers, including Jay Dolan, of The Anti Social Media, and Copyblogger, have made the decision to get rid of blog comments. I have read (and re-read) each of their posts multiple times, trying desperately to understand the logic behind this move. They stated a number of reasons for removing comments including: […]
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