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March 14, 2013
by meandean
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Somebody Bought The Domain Name For Guy Fieri’s Restaurant And Put Up A Ridiculous Fake Menu

About a month ago, I laughed out loud when I read the Business Insider article entitled ‘Somebody Bought The Domain Name For Guy Fieri’s Restaurant And Put Up A Ridiculous Fake Menu …’ My favorite menu item being the ‘Panamania!’

Point is, when considering domain names for your organization’s website, or microsites for initiatives therein, why not consider buying some of the alternative domain names someone might use during a guess or a search for said site? Continue reading

January 3, 2013
by meandean
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Church Marketing Sucks – An Infographic of their Top 10 Posts for 2012

As your church &/or charity finalizes your communications strategy for 2013 — assuming your organization plans such things in advance — I thought it might be helpful to create a colorful handout of Church Marketing Sucks top 10 posts for 2012 so you could better identify targets for tactical textual content.

If you aren’t a regular reader of ChurchMarketingSucks.com, then either you like wandering in the church communications wilderness, or you just haven’t had time to add their RSS feeds to your aggregator … go ahead … we’ll wait. Continue reading

May 23, 2010
by meandean
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WordCamp Raleigh 2010, Liveblogging, Day 2

Once more, I’m live blogging from WordPress WordCamp Raleigh (#wcraleigh) here at the Sheraton in Downtown Raleigh. I’ll be posting notes from sessions on managing events in WordPress and how powerusers can get the most out of multimedia via WordPress. Stay-tuned, I’ll be posting often all morning. Continue reading

May 13, 2009
by meandean
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Did Twitter just jump the credibility shark with #twitterlied?

Here’s another lesson we can take from Twitters poor handling of their @ replies notification setting problem: don’t tell users that they’re the problem when it is your system that’s sick (e.g.#FixReplies + #TwitterFail vs. #TwitterLied) Continue reading