Get Social On Super Bowl Sunday With @BMWChattanooga

January 29, 2013
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The Super Bowl is almost here, and we’ve cooked up some social media fun with our client, BMW of Chattanooga! They’re going large this year by running a spot during the big game, and we couldn’t resist injecting a little something interactive into their commercial. For everyone watching the game locally on CBS/WDEF here’s how.. read more →

What Professionals Really Want For Christmas

December 21, 2012
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The holidays are a time of acknowledgement in the business world. People thanking people for their business throughout the year. Managers thanking team members. Employees thanking boss and vice versa. For some, it’s a chance to strengthen a professional bond through gift giving. Regulated industries are sometimes restricted in their giving by way of the.. read more →

Sean Phipps debuts on WDEF’s News Channel 12 Social Media Roundtable

October 11, 2012
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Sean Phipps, our resident Creative Strategist, appeared alongside Jillian Pavlica to talk social media and cover recent topics like the KitchenAid / Presidential debate Twitter debacle and social media anonymity. Sean admits he’s made mistakes, professes to be a plumbing expert and goes on to say Jillan’s hair isn’t quite up to par. Actually, he had.. read more →

The “Bearded Driver”: my experience shooting a commercial for BMW of Chattanooga

September 24, 2012
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Did you see that bearded dude with the glasses in the latest BMW of Chattanooga commercial? Don’t blink or you might miss him. His role is brief, but his on-screen presence steals the show. I see his character as a sort of relatable “everyman,” the Paul Giamatti of local television commercials. Ladies may not swoon.. 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 →

PARK(ing) Day Hits the Streets of Chattanooga

September 16, 2011
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PARK(ing) Day is an annual, worldwide event that invites citizens everywhere to transform metered parking spots into temporary parks for the public good. In our home town of Chattanooga, recently picked best dream town to live in by the readers of Outside Magazine, individuals and organizations have banded together to create some special parking spaces. Originally.. read more →

10 Ways to Spy on your Competition Using Social Media

May 2, 2011
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Forget dumpster diving, the 21st century allows for much more discreet spying. 1) Follow them on Twitter 2) Become a fan of their Facebook page 3) Use Xobni to view their Facebook profile pictures 4) Monitor their website regularly 5) Use Google Alerts 6) Use to see who’s talking with/about them 7) Friend them.. read more →

Facebook Does an About Face

May 26, 2010
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Amid growing opposition to recent changes Facebook made just weeks ago to privacy settings, they have come out and announced new changes coming immediately (as in today).  Score one for the people (many of which are calling for everyone to delete their Facebook accounts and walk away).  It remains to be seen if there will.. read more →

Are You Giving Your Twitter Followers the Bird?

May 4, 2010
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So you just took the plunge and set up a Twitter account.  Let me be the first to say:  Welcome to the 21st Century.  You may even have a dozen people following you.  Pretty cool, huh?  Want more people to start following you?  Here’s something (if you haven’t already done) you need to do right.. read more →

Social Media DIY Workshop Series

April 20, 2010
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MML is pleased to announce the launch of the Social Media DIY Workshop Series.  These hands-on workshops are designed with business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals in mind.  Born and bred from a need for real workable solutions for real business-savvy people, the series consists of the following workshops: Facebook for Business 05/03/10 Twitter Engagement coming.. read more →