This is an article about declaring bankruptcy on Twitter. Not the other kind. Act accordingly. Five years ago, the maximum number of starred emails I allowed in my Gmail inbox was 100. Over time, that has creeped up. And up. Now, I regularly work hard to keep the number of unread or starred messages staring […]
As I’ve said before, for the last four (five?) years I’ve set a goal to read 100 books a year. In 2011, I hit the goal (yay!) and have finally gotten around to updating the final list. I’ve also started my new 2012 list here. (And, and as amazing new addition — In 2012 I’ll […]
What is the Twitter for Good Unconference? A chance for you to learn how to excel on Twitter (as I teach in my book), from the comfort of the non-conference venue that is your home/computer/ipad. Killer video and audio content, smart lessons, etc. Learn all about it here. Want in on the Twitter for Good Unconference? […]
My Twitter for Good Unconference is coming up next week and today’s the last day to enter to win a free pass. (You can also sign up directly with a $100 donation to Hope Runs here.) Go here to enter! If you’re signed up, I’ll be sending out log-in information tonight for the Monday start!
If you read this here blog, you know I’m hosting a Twitter for Good Unconference next week. (Here are 5 reasons you should sign up). For those of who are not interested in donating $100 to Hope Runs to sign up, I’m offering 3 free passes that you can enter to win! Do You […]
In the first ten of my social media pet peeve videos, I’ve managed to talk about why you shouldn’t talk too much about yourself a full three times. So it must be an important one. Here’s installment there of why you shouldn’t talk about yourself on social media too much. Listen and learn.
In honor of the upcoming Twitter for Good Unconference, I have a new podcast up (it’s more of an audio manifesto, really), where I explain why (almost) every conference should be an “unconference”. I’ll tell you what an unconference is, then talk about how unconferences can solve the major problem in our current conference system […]
I recorded a tiny podcast for you here answering the question: What is the Twitter for Good Unconference, and why should you (maybe) sign up to watch it online January 16-20th? Go listen to it here. It’s tiny!
I’m hosting an unconference all about how to best excel on Twitter. Based on the content of my book, Twitter for Good, the unconference will go in depth to tell you exactly how to best use Twitter to to build your movement. If you’re not new to these parts, you’ve heard me tell you about […]
This week’s social media pet peeve is all about talking about other people’s profile pictures. Don’t do it. Why? It’s simple. Anyone who puts up a profile picture onto a social media site puts up that specific profile picture because they think it is good, and they they think it is a good representation of […]