In Twitter parlance (twarlance?) the @ symbol always precedes a name and the # always precedes the subject. So why do newsrooms try to turn their own name into a hashtag?
A newsroom is an invigorating place that encourages new ideas, but the peak of that feeling often stems from tragedy.
I’ve been working to modify a WordPress template specifically for use as an internal organization tool for newsrooms.
The tragedy of the Waldo Canyon Fire brought users from around the world to our coverage. By extension, it also brought us some media recognition.
Poland & Wheeler P.C. asked me to update their logo, create a website from scratch and update their business cards to match.
Presenting about social media to a group of local entrepreneurs helped me realize that I’d taken for granted my willingness to experiment with digital platforms.
The value of social media is derived from how well you project your customer experience to those people who aren’t yet customers.
Inspired by the websites in my professional life and some other blogs that I visit, I decided a few weeks ago that it was time to update my old website. It hadn’t changed for nearly three years, and from the 10,000 foot view it was clear that it needed some work.
The Twittersphere is a vast and confusing place, full of clutter. Here are my suggestions for cutting through it all.