Tag: Facebook

San Diego Urban Land Young Leaders Social Media Panel

San Diego Urban Land Young Leaders Social Media Panel

| December 15, 2010 | Reply

Tonight, I'll be on the panel discussing how small and local businesses can use social media to their advantage. Here are my key points: Focus on quality instead of quantity. Be consistent. Be real. Make sure someone is assigned to the task with definitive plans. Focus on Google Places, Facebook, and YouTube Other secondary tools […]

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How Teenagers Use and Consume Different Media Channels

How Teenagers Use and Consume Different Media Channels

| July 13, 2009 | Reply

Here is a research note written by 15 year old Matthew Robbson while he was interning at Morgan Stanley. What's interesting is his thoughts on newspapers, pc gaming, and the internet. For the internet, he says that kids basically use social networking and search. Everything else? Not so much. If you're in a business that […]

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“We’re Going to Be the Next… (facebook / twitter / The Killers / fill in the blank)

“We’re Going to Be the Next… (facebook / twitter / The Killers / fill in the blank)

| April 30, 2009 | Reply

Earlier this week, I was speaking with a few people at a breast cancer fund raising event at the San Diego Hard Rock. I was introduced to two budding entrepreneurs who had just launched a new music site geared towards helping bands market their services. When I asked them to tell me a bit about […]

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Facebook Privacy Settings

Facebook Privacy Settings

| March 4, 2009 | Reply

As Facebook becomes more prevalent in our lives, it would serve us well to understand how to use the privacy settings to control what content is available to others. Here is a great blog post on how to do that from AllFacebook: 10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know

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