Happy Friday everyone! This week Hostess Cupcakes made a mistake when promoting their baseball-themed cupcakes. Or did they? See the article and decide for yourself. Thanks to Ken Toumey for sharing! Forbes is the latest publication to urge business owners to get on social media. In their words, you need to get on yesterday. (Psst — I can […]
Happy Friday everyone! Let’s start this week with Newton’s Third-and-a-Half Law of Motion: Okay, onto serious topics. Are you an attorney or a CPA looking to grow your practice? Good news: my friend Chris Curran and I, co-hosts of Social Media Unscrambled, created a series of podcasts to help the Bianchi Law Group grow their practice with social media. Have a listen! Facebook rolled […]
Happy Friday everyone! This week Starbucks asked their baristas to discuss racism while serving their drinks. To make matters worse, they only selected photos of white people holding their drinks to promote this idea. It is not very often that I am left speechless, but this is one of those moments. Good gravy, what were they thinking? (Thanks to […]
Happy Friday! For some reason McDonald’s can’t get social right. They’ve made blunders before; this time they tried to convince an indie rock bandto play at South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival for free (in exchange for exposure) and faced a big online backlash. Why don’t they learn? Twitter and Google announced a partnership recently, where Tweets will appear in […]
Happy Friday everyone! This week a remarkable story came out on the New York Times: author Jon Ronson interviews people who had their lives ruined by a single tweet. It’s a great read; have a look. And, a young girl Tweeted herself out of a job in Texas. While this was less dramatic than the previous story, it serves […]
**Note: Tor Alden from HS Design kindly pointed out a typo from last week’s round up: I accidentally dropped the “e” in “shared” and spelled it “shard.” However I did intend to spell “Welp” as a less-formal way to spell “Well.” Thank you Tor for your diligence in pointing out my error!** Happy Friday everyone! Every day I see (and share) negative stories about social media, […]
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