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Empowering Change through Consumption

Love Social and the ever-changing nature of it? Well then I really hope you were monitoring the feeds during Social Media Week #SMW. A week celebrated in every major city in the US, and globally, by industry leaders, social media aficionados, bloggers and tweeters, and the curious traditional marketing/PR folks. The panel I joined, “Social Media […]

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Lady in Dunkin

Today on the Train #11 Every NYer, without even thinking, knows that you can find any of the following chains within a 2-3 block radius of any given street corner in Manhattan: According to a City Room story on the @NYTimes back in 2009, “Dunkin’ Donuts, which has more outlets in New York than any […]

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Whoreloween

Anyone wonder what’s happened to the days of traditional, creative, Halloween costumes? The days of cutting two holes in a sheet and being a ghost?! (TY @peggyorenstein) Or even just a well thought out idea, like a clown, making balloon animals, face paint, clown shoes? I really think costumes these days are simply taking a […]

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Blog Focus

I’ve been in limbo for weeks, as I know I have to brand my blog- find a way to talk about it- it needs a niche… some Ritalin honestly; a FOCUS and less ADD. Did my research, and of course even the NYTimes can talk Blogging. Turns out there’s a lot of people out there […]

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Daffy’s

Loved this ad on the train this morning… made me laugh! Here’s an old article in the NYTimes…a little insight into the world of “Daffy’s” what used to be “Daffy Dan’s”, one of the oldest operating discount chains in the Northeast! They must be doing something right… here’s their “Undressing Room” digital/mobile PR stunt that […]

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