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August 2009

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Here are the best tweets of this week from @sandrafathi, @lesliecampisi, @yasminbendror – Bad Tweet: When Good Companies Give Bad Tweets: http://bit.ly/17oXKG – 6 B2B Viral Campaigns that Delivered from Marketing Sherpa http://bit.ly/2CXsR1 – Do PR Agency CEOs Need To Be Twittering? http://tinyurl.com/pwff33 – Skills for the PR Professional in Today’s Job Market http://bit.ly/LcHbU – 8 in 10 execs say SM can enhance relations w/ customers & build brand rep. But 51% fear SM hurts productivity Read more […]

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I’m an introvert in real life. (Really.) But I use my professional Twitter handle as an entrypoint into interesting conversations with people I might not bump into during my flesh-and-blood existence. At the risk of blowing my cover, I often follow people as a way of determining, hmmm, would this person make a good Affect Strategies employee? Twitter helps me meet great, social media-savvy candidates who work in PR and related fields. I have hit it off with some very smart, capable, two-to-five-years-of-experience Read more […]

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This afternoon I was intrigued by an odd tweet containing my Twitter handle (@sandrafathi). The tweet was about Sears CampusReady now available on Facebook. And I wondered why my name was included. I clicked on the sender and discovered that the past 600 some odd tweets used the same message and included random names on the end in an effort to get folks to notice, and maybe retweet (resend) the message to their followers. Ah, hey, that’s spam! That’s breaking of the Twitter unwritten user code. Read more […]

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This week I participated in a theoretical discussion with some folks regarding branding. There was a lot of discussion around the importance of the brand, creating the brand, positioning the brand, having a vision for the brand… I could go on. Needless to say, me and the VP of sales were on the same wavelength – we have to have a product to sell in order to brand it. For those that know me, I am a very pragmatic person. Simple, straightforward, roll up my sleeves type of gal – I like theory, but Read more […]

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I have been so immersed in Twitter the last couple of weeks, that I’ve forsaken my blogging passion for the 140 character posts! If you are not on Twitter, well, um, you should follow us: @sandrafathi, @lesliecampisi, @yasminbendror And if you missed our tweets, I thought of summing up the best ones over the passed week. I hope you’ll find them useful: – If the Twitter community was 100 people… see the picture. I love this…. http://om.ly/?DAFs – Chart from @MarketingSherpa: Information Read more […]

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