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Category Archives: Interviews
I first learned of Stone Temple and their great work in SEO and digital marketing through an acquaintance, and interviewed CEO Eric Enge for a post on Maximize Social Business awhile back. Then, I met Mark Traphagen, who participated in … Continue reading
I’ve always been a big fan of comedian Jerry Seinfeld, and like to tell the story of how my friends and I were heckled by him in the 80s, before the eponymous TV show made Seinfeld a superstar. Four of … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of meeting blogging entrepreneur Seth Weintraub over coffee last week. My friend Adam Rothberg arranged an intro after informing me that the head of the “9to5” empire (including 9to5Mac, Google and Toys) lives in our town, … Continue reading
Top Reporters Share Tips at Enterprise Tech Meetup New York Enterprise Tech Meetup is one of my favorite tech events in the city. So I quickly signed up when my friend John Kaczala (also a NYETM regular) alerted me to … Continue reading
I like to follow developments in unstructured data and text mining. Advances in these areas can mean big things for PR and social media marketing. The din is only growing in social media chatter and online content. Those with the … Continue reading
For the third week running, a major NY daily has written an article about the NY tech scene, so I figured that it is was about time for me to write something here on the topic. I was already in … Continue reading
In this third and final installment of my series of blog posts on research about how information spreads online, I cover the latest study from Stanford University, implications and findings for the tech sector, and offer general takeaways and advice … Continue reading
As I blogged last week, I spoke with Dr. Thomas Grant of Forrester about a new report: Tech Marketers Pursue Antiquated Marketing Strategies. Our wide-ranging discussion covered many topics that should be of interest to Flack's Revenge readers. The report … Continue reading