Jon Moss tapped to moderate social media panel at Tennessee Press Association Summer Convention 2012

June 14, 2012
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The Tennessee Press Association is convening in Chattanooga mid June for their annual Summer Convention. “The Cost of Not Using Social Media” will be a panel discussion featuring Ed Bourn, Director of Targeted & Digital Initiatives at the Chattanooga Times Free Press, Phil Fernandez, Editor at Bristol News and Jack Lail, Multimedia Editor at Knoxville.. read more →

Talking LinkedIn at Social Slam 2012

May 22, 2012
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We had such a good time at Social Slam this year. The connections made, both new and old, are priceless. What happens in the halls and the pre/post events is just as important as the information imparted by the speakers and panel discussions. One of our own, Jon Moss, was included as a presenter during.. read more →

LinkedIn Changes The Way Groups Appear In Searches

May 18, 2012
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Groups are a great feature on LinkedIn, and there’s much to be gained by entering and successfully engaging members within a group. If you are the creator or moderator of a group, then you’re all the better to be positioned as an authority in that specific space. We’ve operated an LI group that has grown.. read more →

Back chat during LinkedIn presentation at Social Slam 2012

May 1, 2012
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[View the story “Social Slam 2012″ on Storify] Social Slam 2012 Tweets surrounding my talk at #soslam Storified by Jon Moss · Sat, Apr 28 2012 01:07:18 @JonFMoss Jon. Thanks in so many ways. Looking fwd to continuing the conversation. Life in 3 wds: It goes on. @JonFMoss I’ll have some BBQ for you here.. read more →

Infographic Detailing Twitter Activity For Chamber of Commerce EXPO Chattanooga 2012

April 30, 2012
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create infographics with   As the social media sponsor for EXPO Chattanooga part of our mission was to assist the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce in stimulating online chatter on spaces such as Twitter. The read more →

Chattanoogan to speak at largest Social Media Conference in Tennessee

April 24, 2012
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Social Slam, Tennessee’s largest social media conference, is scheduled for Friday, April 27, 2012.  Last year, 430 attendees from 17 states packed the Knoxville Convention Center for the inaugural Social Slam. Organizers expect this year’s event to sell out with over 600 in attendance. The full day conference will include presentations by nationally recognized keynote.. read more →

Twitter Is Like The Matrix

March 27, 2012
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In the movie The Matrix there’s a scene where Morpheus asks Neo if he wants to know what the Matrix is. He goes on to say “Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is – you have to see it for yourself.” Twitter’s a lot like that. We run workshops that help people.. read more →

Are your tweets hand breaded?

January 28, 2012
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Sick of corporate, sanitized, homogenized chicken mcnugget tweets? So are we! You know the type. They’re made en masse in the PR/Legal department, shipped frozen to the Marketing department and pre-loaded for consumption. Problem is they lack soul, taste like cardboard and are . But worst of all, they’re partially frozen when tweeted and left to.. read more →

Circle Jerk Social Media

January 26, 2012
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You’ve seen this on Twitter, and knew something was wrong. It just didn’t seem right, but couldn’t quite put your finger on what it was. Companies self gratifying themselves online. They seem pretty social, but is it all an act? What are these companies doing to create the illusion as if they’re social? Here’s their.. read more →

Klout Isn’t For End Users. It’s For Brands Looking To Target Them

January 23, 2012
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Everyone’s fired up about Klout – the site that ranks individuals on their influence and reach throughout social media networks. How does Klout measure that? They’re not telling. And despite an outcry from many demanding to know how scores are calculated, Klout remains tight lipped. And why shouldn’t they? Give away the recipe for the.. read more →