In January, I gave a presentation on social media at the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce. Due to the response I got, I thought I would share it on the Fletcher blog. This is part 2; if you missed part 1, be sure to check it out.
I recently gave a presentation on social media at the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce. Due to the response I got and considering the amount of work that went into putting the presentation together, I thought others might find this information useful as a blog. Since it’s a bit long, I’m going to split this into three parts.
If you haven’t heard about the Ice Bucket Challenge, then you must live completely off the grid. The viral sensation has become pervasive throughout the news and social media, and its reach is truly remarkable, sparking participation from everyday people, celebrities, athletes and even former Presidents of the United States.
Lonelybrand.com, a brand marketing blog, recently did a trend piece about online quizzes as content marketing tools. It is a great article with lots of good information for brand marketers.
You may have recently seen in the news that the D.C. Court of Appeals made a ruling that could end net neutrality. This has the potential to have large implications for everyone who uses the Internet, but what does it mean to marketers specifically?
As many business owners can attest, getting to your third year as an entrepreneur is tough. Making it to 20 years can be seen as an ascent to Everest for a business owner just getting his feet on the ground.
Menstruation isn’t exactly the most delicate topic to discuss, whether in casual conversation or for marketers and advertisers. In advertising, we typically see euphemisms which vaguely allude to, and dance around, the matter at hand. You hear words like “flow,” “absorbent” and “keep you dry” instead of “period” or “menstruation.”