Monthly Archives: December 2009


December 2009

My 10 Social Media Resolutions for 2010!

By |December 31st, 2009|

So here I am, watching the beautiful snow fall and closing out 2009. Of course, I always do my New Year’s resolutions. As a family, we share ours and, of course, support each other in achieving the goals. So for 2010, with all of you as my Social media family, I invite you to join [...]

Blog like Steve Jobs?!

By |December 18th, 2009|

So I have been hooked on some of the videos on Sell like Steve Jobs, Pitch like Steve Jobs, etc.  So I decided I would do Blog Like Steve Jobs! Sell dreams, not products … It’s important to have great products, of course, but passion, enthusiasm and emotion will set you apart. Create Twitter-like headlines [...]

The New Consumer — Get Ready!!!

By |December 12th, 2009|

World Brand Congress — In Mumbai India

By |December 11th, 2009|

On Nov 4-5, I was at the World Brand Congress! It was held in Mumbai at the great Taj Lands End Hotel. The World Brand congress is a group of some of the best marketing brains that gather from all over the world. Check it out here! The meeting was unlike any that I [...]

Americans Consume 34 Gigabytes of Information per day

By |December 10th, 2009|

I was reading CRUNCHGEAR.COM. The article I was intrigued by was about all the information that we consume. It was put together by the Global Information Industry of the University of California at San Diego. It was based on 2008 data, exploring US consumers and consumption of social media data as well as TV , newspapers, etc. [...]

Q interactive study – Virtual Gifting

By |December 4th, 2009|

Q Interactive’s just-released study of 2,000 women and their use of virtual gifting and virtual goods. Key findings include: 57 % believe virtual gifting is as meaningful as real life gifting Women are “actively engaging with brands” through virtual goods Respondents enjoy the presence of virtual goods during social gaming Furthermore, 74 % of women [...]

Have you seen this video? Very Cool!

By |December 3rd, 2009|

I thought you'd be very interested in this, if you have not seen it already. It has fascinating statistics on the ubiquity and implications of social media today!