Thursday, April 28, 2011
My favorite company video, though, was Digg's version of Groove is in the Heart. Awesome stuff.
Digg Dubb: Groove Is In The Heart from Trammell on Vimeo.
But ... WCG's new company video has taken over the top spot in my heart. For those of you who know me, but don't necessarily get what my company does ... watch this. And you'll know why I love working there.
By the way, we're always looking for the very best, smartest, most creative and successful people in the world to come and join us. If you're interested, let me know via any of these channels:
Saturday, April 23, 2011
- Consume; and
All you have to do is to pick your blogging service, select the display you'd prefer, pick the services you'd like to highlight, and then click a button to add the code to your blog. Voila! As you can see below, the Nonsense is now easier to share than ever!
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Q1: What IS mHealth, anyway?
"Also key, the personal connection people have w/ their cell phones. As BJ Fogg says, 'we don't adopt mobile devices, we marry them.'"
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Unbeknownst to me, the good people at South by Southwest (SxSW) recorded some audio from my "Core Conversation" - co-facilitated with my friend Jaime Punishill at Thomson Reuters - at the conference.
I loved doing this - largely because the crowd (and it was crowded there!) was so engaged in the conversation. If you have doubts about how your heavily regulated company can make use of social media, you may want to check this out.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
But I was surprised this morning by a couple of features I wasn’t previously aware of:
First, bit.ly has a nice little tracker showing which platforms are most likely to drive click-throughs to the links I post. Given that I post probably 5-10 times more links on Twitter than on any other channel, I was surprised to learn that a majority of my clicks over the last two weeks have come from LinkedIn. It’s a good lesson for me to start posting more often in LinkedIn’s status update section!
The second surprise was in regard to the links between bit.ly and tweetdeck. I always knew that bit.ly was the default URL-shortener for Tweetdeck (BTW, this is a great feature; Tweetdeck will auto-shorten your links without leaving the tool). What I didn’t know is that I could enter my bit.ly API code into tweetdeck, and import all of those shortened links into my bit.ly account so that that can be included in my analytics reports. I’ll be curious to see how that impacts the metrics above over the coming weeks.
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