Archive for July 2010

Skip the meetings and collaborate online

There are more and more reasons to skip meetings and collaborate online instead. Time, gas and traffic are good enough reasons on their own to stay put and meet online. I think the reason people still insist on meeting face-to-face for every little thing is because they don’t know what alternatives are available. I don’t…

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John Assaraf Interviews Dave Saunders on Social Media

I did this interview a little while ago, but I recently found the transcript which I had promised to post. If you’d rather listen to it, I posted the audio on Google Video before they stopped allowing new content. Here’s the link for that. John Assaraf of OneCoach.com And The Secret John: I’ve got as…

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One Tweet Does Not a Conversation Make

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard someone say something along the lines of, “I don’t like Twitter because you can’t have a conversation and connect with people in only 140 characters,” I’d be swimming in singles. How do these people communicate in “real life”? Conversations are a back and forth exchange…

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What are your questions about SEO?

I’m working on building out a series on SEO and search engine marketing. It’s intended for business owners, entrepreneurs and bloggers who are looking to search as a way to get found…and hopefully to increase sales too. As this class is for you, I’d like to ask you a question. What do you want to…

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Screen On the Green is Back

First, a party to kick of the Screen on the Green season here in Washington, DC. Next, a sweet lineup of films July 12 – Goldfinger July 19 – The Goodbye Girl July 26 – 12 Angry Men August 2 – Bonnie and Clyde Each film starts playing at dusk on a projection screen located…

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Beat the heat at the next DC Tweetup

It’s officially HOT in Washington, DC. Has it been a full week of 100+ temps? If not, it’s still pretty darn hot. Of course, the best way to beat the heat is to meet other sweaty people and share cool drinks. To that end, the next DC Tweetup (#DCTweetup 14) is at Urbana DC. From…

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Shout out to Punkie

A year ago, I lost my dog in a tragic accident. As the neighbors helped out by literally picking up the pieces, I wrote this post. My July 4th last year was spent at the farm as my friend Lili literally put the pieces back together so I could bury Punkie under a willow tree.…

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