social media

 
April 18, 2015

Where “The Conversation” goes from here

Driven by mainstream news coverage of the shootings of black men by white law enforcement officers, corporate initiatives like Starbucks’ “Race Together” campaign, and social media commentary such as that generated by YouTube sensation Dixon White (a/k/a Jorgé Moran), both the volume and the intensity of “The Conversation” are increasing […]
March 30, 2015

There IS such a thing as bad publicity

As a marketing/PR professional who has worked with a number of attorneys, I appreciate the value of various kinds of publicity – including, on occasion, what we call “stunt work.” But there’s a limit to what common decency and basic good taste can tolerate, and divorce attorney Howard Iken, who […]
October 16, 2010

10 Things I Hate About Facebook

Comments offered by readers of this Blog will not be published if they are not substantive, syntactically whole and relevant to the topic at hand; or if they contain profanity or are sent from monetized websites. Comments may be edited for typos or gross grammatical errors. Back in the beginning […]
July 10, 2010

Facebook vs. Facetime

Much is being written these days about how social media affects us, and a lot of people think it’s not all that helpful. Most prominent among the platforms and websites under contemplation of course, is Facebook; and noteworthy articles on the broader topic appeared here this weekend in both local newspapers. […]
May 29, 2010

Social Media for Small Businesses

The Client asked: What can social media do for me? The Consultant answered: Beats me. Like many marketing/PR professionals, my practice is one that serves micro-businesses. On top of that, my clients are almost always local, single-site professional practitioners and B2B enterprises. Visualize a law firm with three attorneys; a […]