I’ve been giving thought to the notion that I do too much. I have Rizzo Tees. I speak. I consult. I sometimes give free advice. I volunteer. I work at Falk Harrison. I have clients. Sometimes, I find it hard to describe myself. So I decided to try to distill it all down into a [...]
Gary is right about three things: 1. Marketers take tactics and abuse the hell out of them until they’re ruined. 2. The greatest marketers are all storytellers. 3. There are things like Google Glass about which we say, “No WAY am I ever going to wear that,” but we will.
Tomorrow I’m conducting a social media seminar and Q&A at the United Way of Greater St. Louis. Attendees from United Way-funded organizations will hear me speak about social media, and then will fire several hours of questions at me. One thing I’ll be recommending off the bat is self-education. When working to understand social media, [...]
Sometimes, it’s the little things that make an online life worth living. Sweating my fat ass off….. — Robin Rue (@massholemommy) July 18, 2013 @RizzoTees Ha! — Robin Rue (@massholemommy) July 18, 2013
This is weird and amazing and, quoting Matt Fitzpatrick, surprisingly addicting. A Tumblr that locates two tweets that are anagrams of each other. WHOA. Anagramatron
Me, Dave Gray and Steve Portigal on a newly created show called We Might Do a Show Called We Might Swear. Blindingly awesome. You just can’t make stuff like this up. One interesting nugget – in this interview, I discuss my crippling social media addiction. Enjoy!
When we all get our neural implants installed, thereby relegating Google Glass to the trash heap (nevermind our long-deceased iPhones), the key to our success will not be mastering the technology. Nothing will be more determining and necessary than depositing the right thoughts into the device. Social media is no different. Don’t master the bat; [...]
Instagram has debuted a big new feature – 15 second videos can now be recorded and posted. Vine has mostly owned the social video creation landscape, but Instagram presents a huge challenge to them. To date, I have 550 followers on Vine and have posted almost 220 videos. On Instagram, I have almost 2,500 followers [...]
It’s fascinating what people will say online, isn’t it?
I’ll spare you the details, as they’re available here, here, here, here, here and here. The summary is that local St. Louis TV anchor Larry Conners, who had been on the air for 34 years, was fired after alleging on his work Facebook page that a 2012 interview he did with President Obama drew the [...]