Tag Archives: Twitter

When is it ok to ignore a comment, tweet, etc?

There’s a ton of advice out there that you ignore social media (blogs, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) at your own peril.  I’m having a difficult time finding best practices on when you may need to use ignoring as an approach — … Continue reading

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Conflicting messages are not our way of thanking you-learning from apologizing

Last Wednesday, just before Thanksgiving, I took the time to give thanks to my Dimdim customers (Dimdim web conferencing, giving thanks to you.)  I left the office later in the day to enjoy the long weekend. Everything was good and … Continue reading

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Kev’s Rules for Community

For the September, 2009 Social Media Breakfast NH (#smbnh) at the Manchester, NH Public Library I gave this talk about my rules for community. I call it ‘Kev’s Rules for Community’. My rules are simple: Be Real Address the Need … Continue reading

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Kev’s Rules–3 Rules for Online Community Engagement

For the September, 2009 Social Media Breakfast NH (#smbnh) at the Manchester, NH Public Library I gave this talk about my rules for community.  I call it ‘Kev’s Rules for Community’. I try to live these rules every day–whether I’m engaging online … Continue reading

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Twitter convenience vs. security – a cautionary tale

Last Thursday ended up being a very interesting afternoon.  During lunch I went out to run some errands.  At one point (while waiting at a red light) I checked Twitter to see the following: I’m grateful that @AppraiserJenn took the … Continue reading

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Be real, be brief on Twitter (just ask Sean Bohan)

I’ve been extremely behind on my blog reading and started to catch up tonight.  One post that caught my attention was from Sean Bohan, My 11 Twitter Guidelines.  There’s plenty of Twitter advice out there, but few who boil it … Continue reading

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Best birthday yet! Two job offers and many good wishes.

Last Friday, October 31st, was my 37th birthday. It turned out to be my best birthday yet! Two offers The night before my birthday, I received another job offer. This means I started the day with two offers in hand, … Continue reading

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Kevin-up: some waiting (for good news?), more Practical Conversations, and more tweetups and parties

I held off on putting this post together, hoping to have some concrete updates for you, but I can’t wait any longer. Been some beautiful days in the past two weeks, but we’ve also had a real frost – feels … Continue reading

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Interview with Alexa Scordato, changing the world, one chairman at a time.

Background One of the first people I met at my first tweetup in August 2008 was Alexa Scordato (@alexa). She was just moving to the Boston area to work for Barry Libert at Mzinga. Alexa and I spoke for less … Continue reading

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Interview with Christine Major, High tech PR pro and social media junkie

Background Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with Christine Major of PerkettPR. I first met Christine in August at a Tweetup in Cambridge, MA organized by author, blogger, and Forrester Online Community Manager John Cass. Since then … Continue reading

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