February 2008

Aaron Brazell

Grow Where You're Planted

My offline friends will tell you how much I hate where I live. I moved here to Baltimore as a preteen with my parents and aside from a 4 year stint galavanting around New York State, including 2 years in NYC, I’ve lived in the Baltimore area since. I graduated from high school here. I […]

Aaron Brazell

The Value of Personal Brand to a Business

So you just graduated from communications school. You have your business degree in public relations, or you might be a marketing major, etc. You hit the ground running with an offer from several companies looking for “young, eager professionals with a communications degree” to “engage customers with social media tools”. Let’s cut to the chase. […]

Aaron Brazell

Spanish Content in English Feed

Apologies to my english speaking feed readers who have noticed that Spanish content has been leaking into the feed. I had it worked out that that would not happen but at some point, the content began leaking in. I’m on it like espresso beans on decaf (ok, really bad analogy there). Thanks for your patience […]

Aaron Brazell

Afrika

For quite some time, I’ve dreamed of starting an historical fiction blog. I’ve toyed with this idea as I think it would be a fantastic experiment in social media. In my eyes, the blog would be written by a World War II Army soldier, and would be dated and conveyed as such. This morning, I […]

Aaron Brazell

Thank You, Social Media Club DC

This evening’s event. Enjoy and thank you everyone who viewed live and came out to Viget Labs for Social Media Club. The slide deck can be viewed in the video. Enjoy and thank you. Update: Here’s the slide deck. Though the ideas are free for anyone to use, the presentation itself is is not open […]

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Los Curadores de Contenido

El volumen de información que debemos procesar aumenta cada día. Cada nuevo paquete de contenido que consumimos parece abrir las puertas a cientos de paquetes adicionales. La sobrecarga de información se ha vuelto un problema tan grande que muchas veces paraliza nuestra productividad. Recientement, Steve Rubel (Micro Persuasion: The Digital Curator in Your Future) y […]