How To Rock a Trade Show on a Budget

Employee Scheduling Software | Shiftnote

I’m delighted to have my friend Audrey Walker as a guest on the blog today.   I was so impressed with what she and her company ShiftNote pulled off at the National Restaurant Association show earlier his year, I asked her to write about it here. ShiftNote is also a sponsor of my Social Restaurant […]

Community Manager Interview: Jennifer MacDonald from Engage121

Jennifer MacDonald - Engage 121

As part of the work I’m doing to try to help you understand how Facebook’s Timeline update for pages will affect what you do with that tool, I’m on a mission to get the perspective of other community managers who live and breathe Facebook Pages daily. It’s interesting to compare to only a few years ago when […]

The Role of the Agency in Social Business


I’m pleased to give the floor to Marjorie Clayman today. Marjorie is the Director of Client Development at Clayman Advertising, Inc., her family’s full-service marketing firm. She is the third generation of her family to work there. You can find her blogging about social media, marketing and other musings at Lately, there has been a […]

D.J Collier on Godfather Social Media

Today, I’m super excited to welcome the musings of a guest to D.J Collier makes his home up in Delaware, Ohio.  He’s a musician, a poet and a fellow Dad who loves to listen to (and tell) stories. You can find him blogging regularly over at Ragamuffin’s Rants Without further ado, here’s DJ. Social Media, […]

Personal Brand Wins: Checking In With Hannah DeMilta

If you’ve ever seen me do my talk on dead resumes and Building Brand YOU, you may have heard about my friend Hannah DeMilta already. She used Twitter and her own personal brand work to land a job in Sydney, Australia right after college Working to build your personal gets a bad wrap sometimes. Lots of people […]