Posts tagged as:

tweets

FacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogle+PinterestRedditShare/Save

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 [...]

Tweeple tweeting and bloggers blogging…there is lots of buzz and excitement in the social media air about SocCom tomorrow! There are over 175 people registered. I’m looking forward to hearing Jeff Pulver, Jeff Jarvis, Chris Brogan, David Kirkpatrick, Gary Vaynerchuk and all the other speakers cover all aspects of the social communications landscape. Hey, it’s not too late to register – it will be worth it! I’m also excited to be one of the 25 tweeters on the official SocComm Twitter Team: Read more [...]

I’m really looking forward to attending and participating in the The Social Communications Summit – SocComm – this comingTuesday, Feb 10th. Its produced by Jeff Pulver and will be exploring the state of “Social Communications” today and where things are headed in the future. See the new updated Agenda with a fantastic line of speakers and topics. Sandra Fathi, President of Affect Strategies, will be talking with Rob Key from Converseon on “Social Media & Multiple Personality Disorder” Read more [...]

Yesterday the Affect team sponsored and attended the Real-Time Communications Conference in NYC put together by the Business Development Institute (BDI) I thought it was a great gathering: The keynote speaker was Ray Kerins, VP Worldwide Communications, Pfizer. The panel that followed was moderated by Melanie Milstein, author of Twitter and the Micro-Messaging Revolution with Dave Armon, President PR Newswire, David Sacks, Founder of Yammer, Paul Gennaro, Chief Communication Officer, AECOM, Morgan Read more [...]

In the Motrin mamma mania of the past two weeks, offended and tech savvy Twitter, blogger and YouTube mom’s brought down Big Pharma J&J McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit’s new Motrin ad that launched online and in print. The controversial “negative” ad seriously offended “babywearers” and moms nationwide who felt that it implied moms wear babies in a carrier as a fashion accessory or to make them look like an “official” mom. The bonding, positive experience of the baby carrier was totally Read more [...]

I read a great article this morning in The Wall Street Journal that’s worth reading: Twitter Goes Mainstream: A lot more people — and businesses — are finding new ways to tweet Yes, Twitter is creeping into the mainstream, slowly but surely…

Following Sandra’s blog on Twitter last week (see April 25), I have to concur that Twitter is becoming a powerful communication tool that’s being underestimated and shouldn’t be overlooked. Especially by corporations. I’ve been following the Comcast/Twitter customer satisfaction dissatisfaction story of Michael Arrington (from the influential and highly read blog, TechCrunch) who was one very dissatisfied Comcast customer when his Internet service inexplicably went down for more than 36 hours! Unacceptable. Arrington’s Read more [...]

Walter caught this article on CNN.com just a few hours ago about a University of California - Berkeley student, named James Karl Buck, who used Twitter to reach out to friends to let them know that he had been arrested in Mahalla, Egypt, while covering an anti-government protest. Friends on his Twitter network secured a lawyer for the student while he continued to send updates from his phone while he was detained. He was released a few days later and is currently working to locate and free the Read more [...]