Tag archive for "Twitter"


The Resident Connection, Written Posts

Pinterest, Path, and My Lack of Interest in Google+

12 Comments 09 February 2012

It’s amazing how quickly things can change online.  The potential for Google+ is incredible, but their lack of syndication and connectivity to Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, or other social networks has been their downfall in my opinion.  With the only option to post to Google+ being through Google+ itself, I think they’ve limited their opportunity to […]

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The Resident Connection, Written Posts

2012 Marketing Predictions

2 Comments 20 December 2011

Duncan, Mike, and I were discussing 2012 and what we’re looking forward to.  I will tell you that we don’t predict for the world to end, but we may see some things begin to fall off that seem tried and true today.  Enjoy my 2012 marketing predictions and listen live to our podcast 12/20/2012 at […]

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Google Plus Crystal Ball

The Resident Connection, Written Posts

What I See In The Crystal Ball For Google+

3 Comments 11 October 2011

One of the fun parts about blogging is taking some risks.  I’ve made some predictions over the last few years that, well, haven’t come true.  But that’s part of the fun in making bold predictions.  I enjoy taking some risks and even trashing some big things like iFads just to see what everyone else has […]

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Written Posts

Why My Twitter Use Has Changed

No Comments 01 August 2011

When I joined Twitter on August 23, 2007 I was clueless.  I really didn’t even start using the platform for about 6 months.  I was still an early adopter at that point, so I spent a bunch of time learning the ins and outs of the platform.  I connected with a number of online marketing […]

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