Tag Archive for Twitter

Billy Bush, Access Hollywood Host, Talks Twitter

Billy Bush from Access Hollywood is introduced by Kodak’s Chief Marketing Officer, Jeffrey Hayzlett. In his talk, Bush discusses his use of Twitter and its use by other Film/TV personalities.

(It looks like we here at BB are currently the only ones on YouTube or elsewhere showing complete video discussions from the 140 Characters Conference, LA!)

140 Character Conference L.A., 2009

October 27th and 28th I attended Jeff Pulver’s 140 Character Conference in LA. Here’s a synopsis of what the event is about according to the 140char.com site:

“At the #140conf event, we look at Twitter as a platform and as a language we speak. Over time it will neither be the only platform nor the only language. #140conf is not an event about microblogging or the place where people share Twitter “tips and techniques” but rather where we explore the effects of the emerging real-time Internet on Business.”

Is Inbound Linking for You? (Part 2)

Inbound links are an important and often misunderstood search engine optimization tactic. Every industry and most every subject has web directories listing various sites and blogs dedicated to their subject area. When your site is listed on one of those directories and a link into your site is provided, that’s an inbound link. Learn Intermediate Tactics in today’s blog.

Is Inbound Linking for You? (Part 1)

Inbound links are an important and often misunderstood search engine optimization tactic. Every industry and most every subject has web directories listing various sites and blogs dedicated to their subject area. When your site is listed on one of those directories and a link into your site is provided, that’s an inbound link.

What Customers (Really) Want and How To Give It To Them

Social media is undoubtedly changing the relationship companies have with their clients.

In the past, when we wanted to know what customers or clients think, an organization would go out and conduct extensive focus groups or, more likely, make a hopeful guess and then create a product or service based upon that guess and hope it sells. But this is all changing.