Digital dance parties never go out of style

If given the choice between attending a pre-determined really lame party or a hanging out past bounce-rate time on a dreadfully boring website, I’d pick the boring website any day of the week. Maybe because I’m that geeky and spending time home alone surfing the…

Facebook Geography 101

I’ve hit the next level of social media geek girl. Here’s an idea I’ve conjured up: A school that teaches the children of Millennial prodigies fundamentals of a social media centric education — social media studies, Twitter English, Facebook geography, SEO and Edge Rank mathematics,…

blog lately – v3, i6

A whole heap of things I’ve been reading… I’d advise you to spend at least 10 minutes of your work day browsing this list and broadening your mind’s horizons :> Cheers. xLindsey DESSERT FIRST, ALWAYS Yes, this x a million. And a good hardy amen,…

I was victimized by marketing

If you look up the word “victim” in the people’s dictionary it says: victim: One who has encountered Chuck Norris. I would think that is quite an accurate definition because twice in two months, I have been victimized. I’ve encountered the Chuck Norris of email…

6 keys to leveraging Facebook for non-profits

Yesterday morning I joined a lovely bunch of non-profit social media practitioners for an online marketing workshop on “Leveraging Facebook for Non-profits.” Nothing quite says 4:30 am (12:30 pm EST) like 60-minutes of a live-streamed video presentation complete with 27 slides. (What I do well…