Archive for January, 2009

I’m not trying to be rebellious here with all my brand jacking thievery of late, but I see a trend in associations that is starting to scare me. It seems like everyone and their brother is setting up a social network. Okay, so this might see a little contradictory considering I set-up SNAP, BUT I’m […]


So the past two days I was at ASAE Tech ’09. Awesome conference. I completely rocked out with my geek out, tweeted like crazy, my head I think at one time exploded from technology overload. But then something started to develop… There was a twitter account (@Tech09) that was the “official” ASAE Technology Conference tweeter. […]


I’m at the ASAE Technology Conference right now, attending a session given by Jeff De Cagna & Ben Martin, CAE on how to leverage social technologies. It’s basically going over the results of their report that was released yesterday at http://www.socialtechreport.org. Please excuse any typos since this was done live… Also any links that haven’t […]


Congress is on YouTube? Pelosi has been ‘tubing it since 2006? Why hadn’t I heard about this before today? Just one thing to say from the Social Media community… Thanks Obama! ~Lynn Blogging Style: Piggyback Blogging 3 down, 22 to go.


So awhile back Guy Kawasaki wrote a post about how to pick up followers on Twitter. I think it’s a pretty good post with some interesting takes on Twitter that make me understand Guy’s tweets more. What I have noticed lately that brands (and personal brands too) on Twitter are following the policy of “always […]


Currently one of the things I’m working on is a Conference Blog and brainstorming ideas for content and techniques for blogging. One thing that I’ve found kind of inspirational is Rohit Bhargava’s presentation called 25 Styles of Blogging. It gives a description of the different styles of blogging, how many times a week you should […]


Okay, so I forgot where I found this, I think it might have been in a SmartBrief newsletter, but I’m not sure… Read this to find out what I’m talking about. Awhile back I participated in a Hubspot webinar on Marketing in a Recession and one of their tools for inbound marketing is blogging. It […]


Twitter is my favorite social media tool, obviously. And there are ways to use it for internal communications. I currently have it set-up with some of my co-workers to help up collaborate on projects and (as long as everyone is checking Twitter) it works well for instantaneous communications. Here’s what we do… We set-up an […]


Want an iPod Nano? (Note: Contest is over) This is a post that I’ve wanted to write for awhile. Back in November Derek Johnson, CEO of Tatango received a free iPod Nano from KeyBank.com. Since he already has an iPhone, why does he need an iPod? So instead of letting it just collect dust he […]