Tag Archives : Social Media


JOBS Act Impact, Crowdfunding and Social Media 3

Have you heard about the JOBS Act and crowdfunding? Here’s an infographic that tells the story in stats. What’s intriguing to me is section about the numbers behind startups and small businesses: 565,000 new businesses launch every month, which adds up to 6.780,000 new businesses every year. The average annual […]

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Technorati Media 2013 Digital Influence Reports on Electronics 2

Big news for CES: bloggers and reviews push the needle on electronics buys. A new report breaks down influence and shows that 31% of people surveyed say blogs are most likely to influence a purchase. Technorati Media’s full 2013 digital influence report also shows that tablets will be the biggest tech […]


Social Media 2012 Year End Review 10

As we wrap up 2012, here’s a look back at social media’s 2012 milestones. Which platform gets your 2012 MVP award: YouTube, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Google+, tumblr, MySpace, or _________? Source: The State of Social Media 2012 by The SEO Company Facebook 2012 Year in Review Now the largest […]

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NKBA National Kitchen and Bath Month Social Media Event 1

October is National Kitchen and Bath Month. On October 16, I’m honored to present a program called “Savvy Social Media for Kitchen and Bath Designers.” Presented by National Kitchen and Bath Association Chicago Midwest Chapter, the program will take place on October 16 at the Westwood Tavern in Schaumburg. If you’re […]


Chicago Integrated Communications Forum Event 3

On Wednesday, September 19, PR Newswire, in cooperation with Business Development Institute, presents the Chicago Integrated Communications Forum, a gathering of marketing and communications executives from leading brands and agencies. It’s an honor to be on the panel with speakers from WOMMA, Chrysler and PR Newswire. Are you in the Chicago […]

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