A guest-post from Pete Wise, of Luminar, on reaching and engaging with the Hispanic community via social media.
The Hispanic community has become a prominent force in today’s market and businesses everywhere are looking for new ways to connect and interact with Latinos. Furthermore, many businesses have already discovered that social media is a preferred and highly effective method of connecting with all sorts of customers – especially Hispanic customers.
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Sixty years ago today, I was enjoying my first Christmas Eve with my family. I can’t say I remember much – I wasn’t quite 6 months old yet – but I’m sure I was the life of the party, even someone else had to put the star on top of the tree.
I’m sure I was excited, though… Christmas carols playing on the phonograph, a fire roaring in the fireplace, milk and cookies set out for the fat guy in the funny suit… hell, just thinking about that night gets my system going. Hopefully, not the same kind of going that was probably going through my mind in 1952. At least I’m not back in diapers again! Yet. Continue reading “Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 2013” »
I’ve been out of pocket quite a bit, lately, with more work than I could squeeze into an 18 hour day. But I’ve often chastised others in the same boat, telling them to make time, so I suppose I should set aside the hypocrisy and practice what I preach!
Lately, I’ve seen a lot of threads in some LinkedIn groups I belong to, asking questions like “Why are copywriters so low-paid?”, “Should I rat out this crap-hat SEO?” and “500 Blog Commenting Sites”. Sometimes, temptation gets the best of me, and I don my snark-cap and go-a-posting. Usually, though, the convo seems to be following a productive path, so I try to keep my comments to a constructive nature.
But believe me, with that last one, about blog commenting, it isn’t always easy to contain myself.
I was sorely tempted the other day to say something like “1997 called, and they want their cutting edge technique back”. I resisted the temptation, but just barely. It especially drives me nuts to see folks posting things that can be misconstrued as valid strategies or techniques by website owners that aren’t aware of the risks. Continue reading “What Makes YOU see Red?” »