Browsing articles tagged with "social media marketing Archives - Blonde 2.0's Blog"

The business world has been buzzing about personalized advertising for at least a dozen years, in particular since Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report (2002) anticipated highly-individualized commercials launched by sophisticated retinal scanners and software capable of recognizing individuals as they walked by monitors.  True, ‘Minority Report’ references are old hat now, but it’s worth acknowledging that […]

As a social media manager, the first and most commonly asked question I get is, “So you just sit around posting on Facebook all day AND get paid for it?” (Please read in the half condescending, half jealous voice.) Here’s the truth: Doing social media in a way that will actually benefit your client is […]

Now, I’m a creative catalyst at a social media agency. What does that mean? It means my job consists of thinking about new and exciting ways to engage costumers with brands across all social medias, this is harder than being a copywriter for a traditional advertising company, mainly because the main format of advertisement hasn’t […]

Brands today have the incredible opportunity of interacting with consumers on the #1 social network in the world – Facebook – and creating relationships with them that are long lasting, personal and relevant. Companies today no longer control their own brand, the power has shifted to the masses. It is the public’s desire and feedback […]

For anyone who hasn’t seen it yet, my new Blonde 2.0 website is up so check it out! Read up about me and get to know the real Blonde 2.0 a little bit better, from my point of view and from others point of view in what they say about me. Look at our services page […]

I just came back from Internet Week NYC and I will be posting various interesting videos I took there in the next couple of days. While there, I had the pleasure of meeting the fabulous Jolie O’Dell from Read Write Web. We discussed the value of using social media marketing for brands and the extraordinary […]

The sweet, calming voice and gentle, nerdy humor of NPR radio is like home to me, like it is to a lot of people. I remember those comfy moments, driving around and listening to ‘All Things Considered.’ I’m guessing it’s the same way kids felt in the 50’s when their favorite radio personalities graced the […]