Four Hens and a Rooster

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As the co-chair for this year’s ConvergeSouth conference, I had the distinct honor to assemble a roster of speakers that I think is one of the best that the conference has seen. Most  of these people I have never met in person, but many I have met online. Tonight was our tweet up for the conference and I was able to put many of the faces to the twitter handles which is always the best part of any conference. Theremore

This past weekend was my 25th High School reunion. Other than the perplexing thought of “how can it be that 25 years have passed since I graduated high school” we had a great time catching up as most of us haven’t seen each other since our 20th reunion. 5 years ago I was probably one of the few of my classmates on Facebook since it wasn’t mainstream then. This meant that when we planned our 20th reunion the majority ofmore

A post entitled, “A Note to Parents: How to be a “cool” parent on Facebook (as written by a kid on Facebook),” was brought to my attention last week and I loved it! Go ahead and read it… I’ll wait here for you… Oh good! You’re back. I loved this article because she hits the nail on the head. There are SO many parents/grandparents/aunts/uncles on Facebook today that actually joined AFTER their kids did (there are also plenty who stillmore

Yes. They are. Stop arguing. You know you pin them and post them. How about creating one that shows YOUR social media swagger?? Here is mine for Facebook:     create infographics with   Go ahead – go do one and link it back to me so I can see what kind of Monster you are

In honor of Valentine’s Day being this week, I thought I’d spend some time talking about things I love. It might be a person one day, a thing the next, a place another day. I hope you spend some time this week thinking about the ones that mean the most to you. It doesn’t have to be your partner – it can be the BFFs you’ve had forever. If you know me, you know I’m an avid, voracious and passionatemore

When it comes to social media, it takes a lot to wow me. Due to the nature of my business, by the time everyone else is on the bandwagon about something, I’ve typically moved on or it’s become common place for me (think Pinterest). A couple of months ago, I signed up for a service called Timehop and absolutely love it. If you use Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and Instagram, you can link any or all of your accounts and everymore

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