I Broke Triberr. What Did You Do Today?

It’s Social Media Week in New York, so I’ve been hitting up all the cool spots this week. Yesterday I was hanging out at the Global HQ. Then I went to see my buddy Ted Rubin at the Ogilvy offices dominate a panel discussion, followed by a dinner and drinks with the Collective Bias crew. Needless […]

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Your Brain on Facebook

This is a rant. I think this is a rant. Yup…this is definitely a rant. I wasn’t going to publish a post today, but I woke up with Epiphany and her sister, Inspiration. I woke up understanding why companies like Facebook. Mr. Content You may call me naive, or you may think you know the answer already, […]

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The New Triberr Design: Unfurled

For the last 2 years, Triberr has focussed on creating innovative ways for getting your blog content in front of a greater audience. We started with peer-based content distribution, but we quickly added one-click syndication of your content to other blogs. And the truly innovative piece wasn’t the ease and simplicity with which you can acquire fresh content for […]

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Leading Your Social Business From the Front: Interview with @DanaWhite

You may not be a fan of the fight game, but if you’re reading this blog then you must be a fan of Social Media. And no one does Social Media for business better than Dana White. For the uninitiated, Dana White is the President of UFC. UFC is a 4th largest sports franchise in the US, and […]

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Original Music Intro for Your Podcast Inspired by Beyonce

Got a podcast? Need an intro? Here ya go I acquired Jam Packs for GarageBand (GB) and went little buck wild on it last night. Last time I did an interview and had to create a music intro for it, I found the native GB loops little limiting, so Jam Pack to the rescue. I […]

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Everything I Know About Business I Learned From the Grateful Dead

The holy grail for your company is to have not just customers but to have fanatics. Someone who will buy from you again and again. Someone who will advocate for you. Someone who will make choices in your favor even to their own detriment. I was getting little bored with the usual examples I give […]

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The New Rules of Blogging

On February 25th, I’ll be speaking at xPotomac in Washington DC about groundswells. I hope to see you there. So, what’s the talk about? I came up with the outline last night so I figured I’d hash it out in this blog post and let it evolve. If you have any suggestions, make ‘em known in the comments. […]

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Filter Bubbles Created by Blogs and Search Engines

According to an article published in the journal Science entitled “Science, New Media, and the Public” by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers Dominique Brossard and Dietram A. Scheufele, blog comments and the autocomplete suggestions provided by search engines (such as Google Instant results) may produce a psychological bias that alter the way people interpret and make […]

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