[Humor] My AncestryDNA Results Came In And They Are Geekily Astounding!

I was curious about my Ancestry DNA results, and the results didn’t let me down. Check them out!

Infographic: In Your Digital Agency, Which Lego Character Are You?

I’m a big fan of infographics…when they are done properly. A great infographic can easily convey a lot of information in a short, easy-to-digest manner, while also entertaining the reader in some way. Whether it’s sharing a hectic day in the life of a social media manager or simply relating the role of a social […]

Social Media Comic – WordPress vs The .NET Shop

Today’s social media comic is reflective of a conversation I have had with leaders at multiple agencies. Those agencies were so invested in their Microsoft partnerships and beingĀ  a “.NET shop” that they often overlooked the idea that every solution didn’t require a waterfall development process using .NET. Just as every landscaping job doesn’t require […]

Social Media Comic: I Don’t Get Snapchat

Can Snapchat survive as the other social networks continue to carve off their features? Will GenXers and Boomers ever really “Get” Snapchat?

50+ Social Media Comics And Cartoons For Use In Your Presentations

Looking for humorous comics or graphics that you can use in your social media presentations? Check out this post with more than 50 different comics and cartoons.

The Ironic Beauty Of Google Indexing Tweets And Why Content Marketers Should Pay Attention

Ever wondered whether tweeting about a blog post could actually expand your keyword traffic? It appears that it can do exactly that!

[SOLVED] Viewing Facebook Messages Without Installing The Messenger App

Want to read your Facebook messages, but don’t want to install the Messenger app? Here’s how.

UnSocial Social Media – Surfing LinkedIn Profiles As Anonymous

Do you creep on LinkedIn profiles and only display yourself as anonymous? Is that good “social” media behavior?

Social Media Comic: The Technophobe

You know them…the people who dismiss any new technology as “new-fangled” or “silly”. They didn’t want email addresses, they were terrified to engage in e-Commerce, and now they dismiss social media as just something that kids do. Enjoy the new social media comic about technophobes.

Can Publicly-Traded Social Media Companies Survive?

Was taking Facebook and Twitter public good ideas or is the business of monetizing social networks a bad idea? Will the needs of the shareholders outweigh the needs of the users?