Monday, December 3, 2012

The Community Leadership Summit West (CLSWest) - Hub

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Attention: SF Bay Area community managers

Attention: SF Bay Area community managers. Please note that the 4th annual West Coast Community Leadership Summit (CLSWest) is tentatively scheduled for Saturday February 2nd, 2012. With the location TBD (To Be Determiend).  Stay tuned for details. CLSWest is in multiple social channels, identified here:

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Chinese Cabbage Salad / Slaw

Combine in bowl: 

* 1 head cabbage, chopped
* 2 packs top ramen noodes, broken into pieces (without flavor packets)
* 1 C. chicken (optional)
* 1/2-3/4 C. snow peas (optional)
* 8 green oninons, chopped (optional)

Heat in pan until slightly brown:
* 2 T. butter
* 1/3 C. almonds, sliced or slivered
* 1/3 C. sesame seeds

Add to bowl.

Make dressing - combine and shake:
* 1 t black pepper
* 1/4 C. sugar
* 2/3 C. oil
* 1 1/3 C. rice vinegar

Add Dressing to bowl, stir, and refigerate until ready to serve/eat.


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Monday, October 15, 2012

Creatine Marketing is now hiring experienced B2B Sales Reps, Sales Reps for Mobile Apps, and social media marketing interns

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Creatine Marketing is now hiring experienced B2B Sales RepsSales Reps for Mobile Apps, and social media marketing interns.

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Monday, September 10, 2012

An admitted linear thinker was only focused on one thing (namely, SEO)

An admitted linear thinker was only focused on one thing (namely, SEO). However, he become stuck on that one thing. In other words, he had blinders on. He needed to be shown what he was missing. The view from above, of the new social media landscape that involves more than the previous world of web site and SEO. How do we direct his attention to the areas that he is as of yet unaware of? He doesn't know what he doesn't know. We just want a shot at giving him another perspective, that will lead him down the current path of Social Media. He can always remain on his path, however, he would be able to see the alternative paths, and return to them at some point in the future. Also, these paths may change. Some may dead-end. Other new paths may appear. We focus on the up-and-coming paths, and the dying paths, and can direct our clients.
Any thoughts, anyone?