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Bryson City, NC has taken to YouTube to let everyone know that they’re open for business even tho the government isn’t. I’m not going to harp on the production value here. Instead I’m going to point out that this is something anyone could do with their smartphone. I might even go so far as to […]
Spotted on the Ocracoke-Hatteras ferry over the weekend. Twitter is a given if you want to push information out these days. The problem isn’t channels. We’ve got plenty of those. The challenges are 1) choosing the right one(s), 2) letting people know you’re there, and 3) generating interesting & useful content.
**This was originally shared over the summer on Facebook (Like Meeeee!), but I thought it’d be good to share it here too. Someone tell Britt’s Donuts that they’re doing it wrong. No web page. They have Facebook ( Britts on Facebook ) & Twitter ( Britts Twitter ) but never update either one. But, hey… […]
I saw this on TechCrunch yesterday and after all the bad Groupon nightmares I’ve mentioned on Twitter, I thought I should post this to balance things out. Here are a few things that stood out to me as I read the article and looked into the restaurant. Mr. Friedman is a tracking fiend. He tracks […]
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