Archive for the ‘Twitter’ Category

I recently returned from a week-long immersion in the world of software developers, user experience designers and coders — Twitter’s first-ever ‘Chirp’ Developer Conference.  Through the course of the week, I absorbed a lot of information first-hand and had some great conversations that helped me to learn more about this increasingly important community.
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I’m trying to remember the first time I met Gary Vaynerchuk. I searched my Gmail account and found an email back from 2007 when I e-introduced myself and was angling for a bring in the thunder wristband. Well, that little tchotchke was just the beginning of a strong friendship. Over the years, I have had [...]

23 Jun, 2009

The importance of remembering

Posted by: Marian Salzman In: American life| Twitter

Anybody I’m connected with on Twitter or Facebook has surely noticed me giving lots of character-love to the troops-supporting fundraiser Tweet to ReMIND, which kicked off Memorial Day weekend and hits fever pitch as we approach the Fourth of July Weekend.  It’s a vital project that’s harnessing social media to give back to the men [...]

05 May, 2009

Talking Twitter

Posted by: Marian Salzman In: Twitter

CNN: Twitter Mania

One of the hot-hot-hot topics of the past few months–alongside the economic crisis and the Obamas–has been the explosive rise of social media and whether and how corporations and corporate executives can make smart use of it.
Back in the mid-1990s, getting clients to take the Internet at all seriously was like pulling teeth. They used [...]