Meet Joseph Mwakima, a fellow busy activating his community and inspiring change in Kenya’s Kasigau Corrdidor REDD+ Project area through word of mouth.
As one of my projects, Vocus asked me to program the Demand Success 2013 conference (6/20-21), their first marketing conference open to the general public. Last week we announced our second major keynote, Elisabeth Moss, who plays Peggy Olsen on Mad Men. I was tickled that the buzz revolved around Mad Men, and not the presence of two strong ladies Moss and Arianna Huffington as the leading voices of Demand Success 2013.
To me, that’s remarkable because for once female speakers at an Internet marketing conference are a non-issue.
Our two primary keynotes are women, and no one cares. Why? Because they are qualified, relevant, and obvious.
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Perhaps you have seen the September issue of Fast Company.
Instead it discusses how the Office screenwriter built a substantial personal brand on Twitter, and garnered a TV sitcom. It’s even got some cool stats on TV social network sharing.
The cover baits men and women who may be interested in Kaling’s sex appeal and how social media embellishes it.
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Well, it’s pretty much over now.
The rain of negativity landed upon you.
I don’t care whether your post is right or wrong about the best age for community managers. The vitriol expressed by many of the dissenting voices in comments and responses was reprehensible.
Some have been measured in tone, but generally you received a crash course in negative commenting and personal attacks.
This Thursday night is the Women Rock It event in San Francisco highlighting inspiring women and conversations about how they became successful. Speakers include Deborah Lindholm, whose foundation has helped over 300,000 women work their way out of poverty. “The… Read More »Women Rock It!
Zoetica’s Julie Pippert and Kami Huyse With just two days left in the NextGen Tech Women fundraiser, the team of Danny Brown, Allyson Kapin, Julie Pippert, Kami Huyse and yours truly has raised more than $2,200. All proceeds are going… Read More »Network Solutions Matches $1000 in NextGen Tech Women Donations