Posts by revrev


Catch Mike Fabio in Knoxville in April

Catch Mike Fabio in Knoxville in April


Posted By on Apr 3, 2014

Knoxvillians! Tiny Jetpack is coming to K-Town for two presentations. Come on down! First up is a talk called UR DOIN IT RONG: Social Media Mythbusting at the Knoxville Entrepreneur Center. This short presentation is free and open to the public and will cover the ten biggest myths about social media marketing (and it also contains cute cat pictures). First Friday Fanfare: Digital Media Madness Friday, April 3, 2014 @ 3pm EST Knoxville...

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Inside the Mind of a Community Manager

Inside the Mind of a Community Manager


Posted By on Dec 14, 2012

Where has this graphic been all my life? (Oh, right, it was posted to the Get Satisfaction blog almost two years ago.) I’ve yet to see any graphic that fully describes the inner workings of a community manager’s brain quite like this one. And I think that these are the hardest things to explain to those who don’t fully understand the value of a CM. After all, it’s difficult for most companies to understand why...

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As a digital marketer, I’m typically asked the same set of questions by everybody I meet. Did you hear about Facebook impressions being down so that they can sell more ads? How do you get your numbers up without paying for it? What’s the secret formula? I heard I can tell my fans to add me to an Interests list? Let me just stop you right there for a second to look at Mr. George Takei’s Facebook page. You probably...

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On Monday, David Lowery, a musician whose work I’ve often enjoyed, and whose tirades about the music industry I’ve often chided, wrote a scathing rebuttal to NPR intern Emily White’s blog post about how much music she had in her collection that she didn’t pay for. Lowery’s article quickly grew legs, particularly in the music business circles I frequent, and has become a major point of debate over the last...

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Step 1: Take a big company’s money (undisclosed amount). Step 2: Start running. Such is the story of the most inspiring video I’ve seen in a whole long time, paid for by Nike, and directed by Casey Neistat. In just 10 days, Neistat traveled around the world with his friend Max, documenting with handheld cameras, and trying to experience as many things as possible in such a short time. And while the cost of this video...

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