ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘twitter’

08Nov

The big box retailer is the new poster boy for losing control of your social media. Did a green intern bring down the better part of two huge companies (Home Depot and the agency who had their account), or does the blame  go higher? We may never know, but one thing’s for sure: in the […]Continue Reading

24Feb

Watch our video to find out who the lucky winner of the ipod/Nike+ giveaway. Last night our Creative Director, Bernie and I drew a name from all of our email/blog subscribers, Facebook fans and Twitter followers. We’ll be doing another giveaway in a couple months so be sure to sign up, “Like” or follow us […]Continue Reading

03Jun

About a week ago I noticed an article about a Twitter handle that was making waves regarding the BP oil spill, sorry for the bad pun. Last check they were up to 112,000 plus followers on Twitter and growing by the thousands daily. I forwarded it to some friends and I got the usual response, some loved […]Continue Reading

17Dec

Our friends over at Sitewire have a really great article on how the deals between Facebook, Twitter and Google are going to change the way your site is indexed, and more importantly how users will get their results. To make a long story short – everyone’s Google results for a specific term, say the TV […]Continue Reading

10Sep

Everyone keeps talking about Twitter. Love it or hate it, it’s a really powerful tool to connect to people around the world.  And like lots of new technologies it has its spammers, its haters, and a huge group of people who just don’t understand how it can connect them to the global conversation that’s happening […]Continue Reading

23Jun

Joe and his wife Susan are proud to have gotten involved with Equitas, Inc on a project to build clean-water wells in Malawi. Equitas, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Charlotte, North Carolina that exists to be the catalyst for grassroots movements focused on providing relief and advocacy in three primary areas: poverty, clean […]Continue Reading