Archive for March, 2012

March 31, 2012

March 22, 2012

How to Tap Into Mom-Centric Mobile Marketing

Mommy Bloggers via Entrepreneur

Mommy Bloggers via Entrepreneur

If you hang around any Mother of a Teenager or Young Adult you’ll be shocked the amount of time they “invest” visiting their own and their daughter’s Facebook, blogging, and figuring how to manage their time between cooking and spending their evenings dedicated to “pinning” on Pinterest, that’s why reading How to Tap Into Mom-Centric Mobile Marketing might be worth your while if you are trying to launch a product or service that might be catered to these group of women! Via Entrepreneur this quote ” ‘I already had high expectations for our launch,” Crawford says, “but the mom bloggers tripled them.’ ”

If you don’t do Pinterest or know what it is, you need guidance! contact me


March 19, 2012

Refreshing, delicious, tasty Turkish meal at Mediterranean Garden in Johnson City

I highly recommend this restaurant for Turkish meals, it is very fresh and healthier than other Mediterranean options! The service is fast and the owners are friendly! Here is the Facebook “places” page (below is the Contact Info). You haven’t had real coffee until you’ve had Turkish coffee, it’s an experience!

Here are some pictures:

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Stay tuned, I believe I heard they’ll have bellydancers soon!

Here is their information:

Mediterranean Garden

2203 McKinley Rd. Map.6e70ca7
Johnson City, TN 37604

(423) 328-7685

March 10, 2012

Who Are We? Women, The Web and Self-(Mis)Representation

Really smiling or not?

As I was having dinners with friends, I was asked if I’m really as social as people perceive me to be? Are you really that person your seem to be online?

This article that I found on Forbes makes me ask myself and hopefully yourselves “Who Are We? Women, The Web and Self-(Mis)Representation“? <–because I want to be honest candid with my audience!

I can relate to this quote from the article “I am so much nicer online than I am in the real world.” Not just nicer, she says, but more approachable, supportive and inclusive”

Is this the message you want others to see of you? Is it just to gain followers, retweets, “friends“???

Moreover, this quote struck a key “what to present to each audience in the digital realm is often dictated by who’s there. “Facebook is who you went to school with…Twitter is who you wished you went to school with.”

Finally, why do we post all the things we do? Or seem like someone else? According to this article on Forbes, it is for L_O_V_E!

Your thoughts? Does your online persona reflect who you really are in person?
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