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Here’s the Story of a Crowdsourced Logo…


Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Outdated and Tired The old logo.Back in 2010 when setting up my company, one of the more enjoyable tasks was designing my logo.  I wanted colorful (and yes, it HAD to contain purple... I'm a purple gal, and so is Oprah Winfrey).  I wanted speech bubbles and little people.  I don't even remember who I paid ...

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Facebook’s Latest Newsfeed Redesign – Good news for marketers!


Thursday, March 7, 2013

Welcome to the new world order... today, Facebook hosted another news conference to unveil (shocker) yet another redesign! Sometimes these announcements tend to elicit yawns (ahem, Graph Search), but today's presentation demonstrated many opportunities for marketers using Facebook to further their business purposes.  The live conference was broken up into 3 sections: Richer Photos Facebook acknowledged that when ...

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Lifelong Microsoft User to Apple Devotee in 7 Days


Saturday, February 16, 2013

Circa 1987. That's me on the right with my good friend Debbie.My whole life, I was a PC gal.  While in college, I worked as a computer tech on those old-fashioned Macs in Emory’s computer labs.  I really liked those Macs, but when it came time to buy my first computer, I got a PC. Over ...

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5 Facebook Tips To Help You Beat Edgerank That Cost You Nothing!


Friday, January 25, 2013

As a Facebook page administrator, it's quite disheartening to think that only 16% of my fans are going to see my content.  It seems unfair, but that's the way Edgerank (Facebook's infernal algorithm) works.  It can become a battle to ensure that your content is seen by your fans, and of course, Facebook offers the ...

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A Milestone and a Tragedy in Connecticut


Saturday, December 15, 2012

Yesterday was a milestone in our house, a rite of passage.  Elsewhere in the country, there was an unimaginable tragedy. For the last 2 weeks, I had been researching buying a vehicle for our 16-year-old daughter.  Although she had been lamenting for months that she was perhaps the only 16-year-old in Johns Creek, GA without her ...

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The New Big Bird: Romney’s Binders Full of Women


Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Just for the record... this is NOT a partisan post.  It is merely an observation of a social media phenomenon.  It does not indicate my political preference in any way. The speed of social media continues to impress and awe me. During the debate, in an effort to express his support for women, Republican candidate Mitt Romney ...

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