Monthly Archives: November 2012

Tech Media Thrashes About – and Blames PR, a Convenient Target

My friend and former colleague Suzanne McGee called my attention to a story, the kind of which has become sadly familiar. John Biggs wrote on TechCrunch about Churn:The Problem of the New Tech Journalism.. John writes: We post a lot … Continue reading

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Facebook Brand Page Reach: Turkey, or Goose that Laid the Golden Egg?

Recently, there's been some controversy over Facebook regarding brand page reach and costs.  My post yesterday on Windmill Networking cited a social media succes story; it was about an effort that relied heavily on Facebook ads to improve brand page … Continue reading

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Content Curation Update and Roundup

I am working on my monthly Windmill Networking content marketing column, and thought it would be a good time to revisit my article Blow Out Your Content Markerting and Lead Social Conversations witih Content Curation, which ran in March. So … Continue reading

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Crawling Back

Anyone who follows this blog knows that I like to post at least once and sometimes several times per week.  However, hopefully most will forgive me for going dark last week as Hurricane Sandy blew into our lives, here in … Continue reading

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