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Award-winning race relations documentary finds a new home online

Published June 1, 2017 by Bill Cokas Comments: 0

Written and directed by Diane Bloom, “An Unlikely Friendship” is an award-winning documentary about the altogether surprising bond that developed between CP Ellis, Exalted Grand Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan and outspoken black, woman activist Ann Atwater. The film documents how these two came together in an intensive community event that forced them to…Keep Reading »

Social Media Marketing Strategy: Should YOU Have One?

Published October 24, 2014 by Jenn Soloway Comments: 0
Photo of various social media icons on the ends of artist's chalk.

It’s easy to feel like having a social media marketing strategy is key to engaging with your customers today. But, is that really the case? Do you have something to share with your customers or potential leads that can’t be achieved through your existing marketing efforts? If not, social media may not be truly “missing” from…Keep Reading »

Who “gets” social media?

Published October 14, 2010 by Bill Cokas Comments: 3
Who “gets” social media?

Even as I type that headline, I heave a sigh. It’s such a tiring subject, but it still merits discussion. The answer? No one–at least not completely. It’s still evolving. The so-called “social media experts” aren’t truly experts; they just spend more time immersed in social media than the average marketer, and react faster. A…Keep Reading »

Analysis of Google Buzz

Published February 11, 2010 by jkgibbs Comments: 0
Analysis of Google Buzz

It is about federating large amounts of information but still making it understandable in large quantities. I think most people aren’t getting the point of Google Buzz. Yes, right now it may seem annoying because everything is just popping up. People are asking “Doesn’t _______ already do this?” The answer is yes, but what Buzz…Keep Reading »

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