Being online is just as paramount to the success of small, local businesses as it is to open the doors each day. Think about the last time you were headed out for a bite to eat and didn’t know where the best falafel shop in town was. Where did you first look for info? That’s right – your phone.
With the biggest game of the year going down around this time of the year, the changing landscape of interacting with sports broadcasts is a hot topic. SocialTimes.com’s Debra Eckerling took a closer look at this discussion, and I was interviewed along with Hulu’s VP of ad sales, to talk about how social media is enhancing viewing experiences, and what our favorite platforms are during the action.
I’m happy to report that as of March 2013, local financial advisers Pagnato-Karp Group have launched their new, open source-powered blog. Building this website along with my buddies Matt Harrison (Man Made Creative) and JM Huret (Free As A Nerd Blog) was a real pleasure as it was without a doubt the smoothest collaboration I’ve been a […]
Twitter bios have quickly become something of a unintentional meme thanks in large part to those feeling the pressure to stand out from the crowd of millions. Take a look at the following and think of how many times you’ve seen this. “Digital age mastermind by day, king of lagers you’ve yet to try, and […]