Monthly Archives: November 2011

Social Gaming

Ok. This is embarrassing. Please don’t stop being my friend. But I . . . have played Farmville. I know, I’m sorry. I don’t think I am the only person who feels like they need to apologize and be embarrassed about their … Continue reading

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How Brands and Bloggers Interact

Guest Speaker Troy Pattee, @troypattee My notes from his visit to #BYUMBA #SMMBYU Brand managers are choosing to work with someone who has a presence or influence in social media (like a blogger) in order to take advantage of her network and … Continue reading

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Social Media and Politics

Really enjoyed this fun post from ReelSEO: http://www.reelseo.com/youtube-has-changed-politics/ And I think it is very timely and relevant wit the current GOP debates and such going on. My social media class spent a day discussing the Obama campaign, since he was … Continue reading

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Pay With a Tweet

How strong is your social network? This new concept and website allows you to sell your influence and connections on the social networking site, Twitter, to companies and causes. According to the site, the tweet my friend sent out that … Continue reading

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Comic Relief

Can’t help it. Love Brian Regan, and I really needed some laughs today.

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Virtual Career Fairs

I’ve participated in four career fairs in my life. One was here on campus, one was in Los Angeles and Altlanta, and another was in Chicago. The latter three were very expensive and high stress environments with current and former MBAs all … Continue reading

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I Should Have Been An ISYS Major

The Digital Talent Gap – By DAMIAN GHIGLIOTTY Talk about a skills mismatch. Advertising technology companies are struggling to fill positions that require serious quantitative and technical capabilities, the New York Times reported. That has given the rare candidates who fit … Continue reading

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