Um, No. and. No. It’s not just a bunch of teens and celebrities on there? (see answer above) Wanna know why? And this isn’t going to be a long post, by the way. Twitter is not a kids toy. It is used as a sales tool, a customer satisfaction monitor, a breaking news monitor, a [...]
I’ve kinda become obsessed with Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir. No not THAT kind of obsessed. Oh I do get a major kick out of his whole act: the fashionable, unpretentious, fierce, fox-fur-and-Louis-Vuitton-dipped swagger. However, the brand strategist and social media marketer in me has been salivating at the branding potential of this Pop Star [...]
For a long time, one thing I’ve dreamt of doing is writing for an online music magazine. I’m happy to tell you that dream is now a reality. This week I’ve officially started writing for the neosoul music site SoulBounce.com as a contributor covering podcasts and mixtapes. The link to my first post is below. [...]
Louis Gray recently wrote a very thoughtful post on Friendfeed’s new simple sign-up tool for Twitter, Gmail, and Facebook users. In it Louis reasoned the reason more Twitter users had not joined FriendFeed was because of complexity. And, I agree. But, as Rick Ross would say, it’s deeper than that. You see, Twitter, anyone who [...]
Kristaphere 2.0 discusses lifestreaming tools and how people use them.
That’s my elevator pitch. I chose it because I’m a marketer and strategist I’m interested in how people and organizations are using this technology, the supporting tools that spring up around them, and who the users are.