Lisa is training for her first amateur boxing bout and I am documenting the process on video. We realized that she could use video to ask for a sparring partner or a bout in the Southeast to get some extra practice. Continue reading “Have Gloves, Will Travel”
Email marketing firm Bronto, located in downtown Durham NC, is hiring and I just wanted to give them a shoutout and let them know that I am interested in the Director of Account Management position.
Michelle Courtney runs the website TriangleB2B.com to provide local businesspeople with helpful information that they can use to grow their businesses. Continue reading “Social Media to Help Local Businesses”
On a recent trip to NYC, I chatted with Brian Simpson about the Roger Smith Hotel’s involvement in the New York social media community. Continue reading “Social Media in NYC Hotel”
I recently sat down with Karlie Justus, a PR/social media officer with the NC State Fair and NC Department of Agriculture and we talked about her integrated social media campaign for the 2008 State Fair. Continue reading “Social Media at NC State Fair”
Even though Kipp spends so much time in front of the camera himself, I thought I would take this opportunity to ask him a few questions about Social Media Breakfast in Raleigh, NC. Originally started in Boston by Bryan Person, Social Media Breakfast has now expanded into others cities with local organizers in each city. Social Media Breakfast gives local communities an opportunity to come together once a month and discuss various topics related to social media. Go to the Social Media Breakfast Raleigh website for more information about upcoming events and planned speakers. And join us next month.
As part of a work project, we interviewed George Wright, VP of Marketing, and Kels Goodman, Video Producer, of Blendtec. They are the creators of the popular YouTube videos series, Will It Blend?, which has generated over 200 million views. They spoke about the inspiration for the series, the goals behind the campaign, the keys to social media, and how it relates to B2B marketing and corporate culture. They even gave a shout out to Koroberi.
Originally posted at Koroberi.com.