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Guest post from Steve Goldstein, Editorial Director of PR News. During Internet Week in New York, I attended a presentation that drove home the point that communicators are overloaded with social media options and sinking under the weight of an endless flow of data. Up on the video screen a chart displayed dozens of interconnected logos—each one representing a hot, formerly hot and soon-to-be-hot digital channel. “Does this represent your typical workday and the choices you have to make?” Read more […]

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If you are engaging in social media, you should be measuring the results of your work. Although social media is often ‘free’, your time and efforts are not. Therefore, any social media program should measure the value of its investment. There are many areas to measure that are more qualitative than quantitative, but here is a simple Social Media Measurement Matrix designed to facilitate side-by-side comparison of social media accounts as well as momentum over time. This matrix enables easy reporting Read more […]

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I have had so many discussions lately with marketers and PR folks that are practically in a panic about how to engage in social media. Suddenly, their CEO or their clients are adamant that they need to be on YouTube, FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, blogging…. and a host of other activities. They want them to go from zero to 100 miles an hour by Friday. With budgets shrinking and appetites increasing for customer engagement and revenue generation, executives are right to turn their Read more […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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It’s getting more and more difficult to rise above the noise at tradeshows and do something compelling and different. So I love coming across great ideas for event marketing that do this and that work! Check out the cash cube money machines that are available to rent from Ideas4Events. These cash cubes come in different shapes and sizes: hard case or inflatable and can even be customized with your company name and logo. I think real banknotes always work best – there’s nothing quite like Read more […]

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