socialmobile
February 16, 2012, No comments

I recently wrote Newspapers and the internet; the lessons we share. The first article was based on The Story So Far, What We Know About the Business of Digital Journalism from the Columbia [...]

Describe your sex life with a movie title. The multiple uses of social media.

February 2, 2012, No comments

http://leonardsipes.com/why-facebook-doesn%E2%80%99t-send-traffic-to-your-website/). My latest site post was highlighted by “Social Media Tod ...

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Why do we mistrust the media?

February 1, 2012, No comments

I conversed with a reporter for well-known national news organization. The subject was media coverage of government (or at least my portion of it). Th ...

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    Yearning for a Quality Web Experience
    January 13, 2012, No comments

    Holly Finn from The Wall Street Journal writes about  Humanizing the Web where she addresses deeper meanings from the online experience. The Internet is blazingly fast with people who run madly from [...]

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    How do people get information about their community?
    December 26, 2011, No comments

    http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Local-business-info/Overview.aspx If you like this article please share, comment or follow through the social sites on this page.    LeonardI’m a graduate of several universities with a pos ...

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    Relevancy and Government Service
    December 19, 2011, 1 Comment

    It’s rare when an article moves you to a thorough understanding of any issue but Adam Hartung’s “Why the Postal Service is Going Out of Business” in Forbes is one [...]

  • marketing strategy
    Why Do Social Media? The New Gold Rush.
    December 6, 2011, No comments

    You and your organization have discussed a social media presence. You and staff are aware that two-thirds of Americans are currently engaged in social media and you note that almost [...]

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    How Not to Screw up a Speech or Interview
    November 27, 2011, No comments

    We have a reader’s question: how to make a public appearance without making embarrassing mistakes. We all have something in common with Republican presidential candidates Rick Perry and Herman Cain; we all make mistake ...