I read a great article today by Jonathan Becher, Marketing Must Shift from Brand Police to Brand Catalyst. It was particularly nice to read because Jonathan pushed me and my philosophy’s about social media just a bit. I always have advocated that it does not matter if a business wants to be on or in
I joined twitter over 5 years and 20,000 tweets ago. It is hard for me to believe that I have had that much to say over the years, but then again, I do like to talk a lot! Recently twitter added the ability for users to download their entire tweet archive. You can find this
Earlier this year, Yahoo! announced that Marissa Mayer would be the new CEO of the company. This became even bigger news when she revealed, the same day, that she would be expecting her first child in October, which begs me to ask several questions: Why did this additional information change things? For the full article check out
We’ve all heard of those incredible moms who do it all. They glide through each workday with perfect grace and return home to their beautiful families, whom they love and nurture flawlessly. They never get overwhelmed, and they certainly never lose their tempers. This illusory modern woman is the new standard that society, social media,
As a military spouse, talking politics can be a huge headache. I typically try to avoid conversations about politics but being a military spouse seems to demand that everyone ask your opinion on everything from the 99% movement to the price of milk. In the end, how you handle talking politics is up to you.