Scott Monty

 

So You Say You Know Your Audience So You Say You Know Your Audience

When you work on a project or in an industry for a protracted period of time, you find yourself getting comfortable. While there's nothi...

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Are Presidential Candidates Using Social Media Effectively? Are Presidential Candidates Using Social Media Effectively?

Occasionally, I'm pleasantly surprised at some of the dividends that my blog pays. For example, at the end of last week, I was contacted...

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Sometimes "Thank You" Is All That's Required Sometimes "Thank You" Is All That's Required

After yesterday's big announcement, I was greeted with a number of comments, emails and tweets ...

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My New Social Media Job My New Social Media Job

We interrupt this marketing blog to bring you a purely personal post. Well, that's not entirely true. It's a personal post with a ma...

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The New & Improved Technorati The New & Improved Technorati

If you haven't had a chance yet, hop on over to Technorati and check out the cool new inter...

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Empowering Women's Health with Social Media Empowering Women's Health with Social Media

It was with great interest that I noted the news that is reverberating through the Greater Bosto...

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When Marketing is Gross When Marketing is Gross

I'm usually not one for crowing about my own abilities, but I've come to realize that in social media, if you don't speak up, yo...

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Getting Smaller All the Time Getting Smaller All the Time

Greg Verdino just posted a great blog entry about the consolidation that have been taking place in the online advertising space. Of recent ...

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Short But Sweet: to Tweet or Not to Tweet? Short But Sweet: to Tweet or Not to Tweet?

As you probably know, I'm a fan of Twitter . I was skeptical at first, but I've found it in...

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Nothing Lasts Forever Nothing Lasts Forever

This has to be one of the funniest videos I've placed on this blog. Usually I keep this kind of fun reserved for Friday, but by then it&...

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New Rules, New Acknowlegement Style New Rules, New Acknowlegement Style

Last November, at the inaugural meeting of the Boston branch of the Social Media Club, I had the pleasure of meeting David Meerman Scott, wh...

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How Long Should You Spend Researching a Social Network? How Long Should You Spend Researching a Social Network?

Last week at Symphony Hall in Boston, there was an unusual occurrence that disrupted opening night of the Boston Pops . Screams emanated fr...

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Community - There When You Need It Community - There When You Need It

You know, one of the things that I like about new media and social networks is how it's really easy to become part of a community. Even ...

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Accidential Influentials Accidential Influentials

I'm just getting caught up with a huge backlog podcasts. I hate to delete anything, lest I risk missing something truly remarkable. In t...

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Common Sense Isn't Universal Common Sense Isn't Universal

Further evidence that NBC is embracing new media: at yesterday's IAB conference, NBC Universal announced that they are standardizing th...

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Perchance to Dream Perchance to Dream

This week, the screen and stage lost a humble and down-to-earth friend in Tom Poston . As I was thinking about a Friday Fun Video, I came ac...

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The Problem with Starbucks The Problem with Starbucks

We've all had our own Starbucks experience, right? Whether it's standing behind someone who ...

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