Category Archives : social media


Morgan Stanley: A Social Start or Too Little Too Late?

  In a word, progress.   Morgan Stanley recently announced that their advisors have been permitted to tweet, an activity previously restricted by the company. In the past, advisers had to choose from an approved ‘tweet library’ if they wanted to share any sort of update through their Twitter accounts. As you can imagine, the […]


Big News and Winter is Coming. Are Coming. Big News.

Firstly, I want to apologize for the large gap between posts as of late. I’ve got some hot-of-the-press news coming tomorrow and with it, there are some new places you can follow my work. That’s if you still like this type of smut. LinkedIn – recently received access to publish on the platform (I promise, […]


The Top 3 Mistakes You See on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is an incredibly powerful tool when used properly. I’ve helped recruit from the platform and I’ve been approached on the site as well. The biggest limitation LinkedIn has is its users. In our world so saturated with social networks, it’s understandable how one can mix up the purpose of each, or just enable a […]

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Lobby for my ‘Like’: What Brands Are Forgetting on Facebook

Do you want to know one of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to interacting with big brands on social media? So many of them have strategies that focus on garnering fans with little to no consideration to existing ones. Essentially, you’ll do anything for me to ‘like’ your page, but once I’ve done […]


What Your Social Media Manager Doesn’t Want You To Know 2

You pay us to create or better the online branding of your company through content, customer service and a multitude of other strategies. That’s the short of it. The exact tactics we use are as unknown to you as the concept of personal hygiene to the cast of Duck Dynasty. But there’s a secret amongst […]