Category Archives: Social Media

Self, Incorporated: Self Branding and the New Marketplace.

Necessity is the mother of invention.  It’s true.  The world is slowly emerging from the Great Recession of 2009.  The past two years have seen a paradigm shift.  How business will be done in the future has changed.  The business world is wiping the slate clean and developing new rules of play. In this new […]

Social Media’s Impact on Your Firm’s Bottom Line

Social media, it seems to be everywhere these days.  More than likely you are using it to stay connected with friends and family, post pictures of your vacation and organize your class reunion.  So why does your firm need to be a part of social media and how could it possibly benefit your firms bottom […]

Join me at the Seattle AIA.

Just a quick reminder.  I will be hosting a Brown Bag session at the Seattle AIA (1911 1st Ave) on Tuesday the 3rd of November.  It is free but space is limited to 25 people. I will be discussing how to get your portfolio noticed, tips and tricks on content and layout and how to […]

Using Social Media to Find a Job.

Social Media is a great way to stay in touch with friends, see pictures of your nephew’s birthday and pass along the most recent YouTube clip but did you know you can use those same social media sites to find a new job?  In this article I want share three easy ways to use social […]

Listening At The Point Of Need.

Earlier in the week I hosted a conference call put on by HARO (Help A Reporter Out).  HARO was started by Peter Shankman as a way for reporters in need of content to connect with subject matter experts.  The call was about how business can leverage social media to increase sales, gain clients and improve […]