Monthly Archives: March 2012

Are you Sliming your Customers with Crumby Content?

Pink Slime. This foul concoction has all the ingredients, food groups, if you will, for a media and attentional firestorm; it has a catchy name, a manufacturing process that makes ""like watching sausage being made" sound wholesome, is an apparent … Continue reading

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Google’s Adding Semantic Search, Now What? Tips for Marketers

Google recently announced that they will be adding semantic search capabilities. The SpinSucks blog wrote about this, and what the changes mean for B2B marketers. Here is an excerpt: Two weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal reported Google will be … Continue reading

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Content Curation: Overcoming Challenges, Tapping Opportunities

There's been a number of topics related to content curation this week, and I thought I'd write this post that summarizes them and looks at the bigger picture. My monthly column on Neal Schaffer's Windmill Networking blog explained what content … Continue reading

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Is Rush Limbaugh “Winning Ugly”?

A little friendly Twitter banter, a shared link, and an article in the NY Times reminded me of the words "there's no such thing as bad PR" – and how much I disagree with them. It started when I saw … Continue reading

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Time for a (Social Media) Performance Enhancer? Not so Fast!!!!

I have been active for a number of years on social media. This blog has been in existence since 2007. I am not a young guy anymore, and let's face it, just don't have the energy that I once had. … Continue reading

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