The Power of Twitter Saves Hanukkah

  I was browsing Twitter this morning and saw a tweet from Seth Rogen that confused me. .@HobbyLobbyStore you’ve angered us Jews! Now we will use the blood of your babies to make matzah!!! — Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) October 5, 2013   Now Seth Rogen is always sarcastic, but the nature of this tweet intrigued […]

New Twitter Alerts This Week

Twitter Personalized Recommendations Twitter is ever evolving, and this week, the short blogging service is adding personalized notifications and alerts. This new functionality is based on the @magicrecs. Launching soon for Android and iPhone, Twitter will send push notifications with follow recommendations. The notifications can be turned on and off via the settings. Twitter Emergency Alert […]

Virginia Tech Hillel Leadership Dinner Recap

Last night I was invited by Virginia Tech Hillel to speak at their 9th annual Leadership Dinner. The event was sponsored by Virginia Tech Hillel and Ask Big Questions at Virginia Tech. The theme of my presentation was leadership and how student organizations can better use social media to communicate with their members. In addition […]

4 Facebook Contest Ideas

Good news! You no longer need to administer contests on Facebook using 3rd party applications. I have written posts in the pasts that highlighted how to legally run a Facebook contest and how to use a Facebook Application, but you no longer are required to use those.  Facebook announced on August 27, 2013 that you can […]

Collect Emails With A Free Facebook Application

There is a lot of magic in Facebook Applications. I use them to grow my fans and email subscriber list. Growing my email list has been my main focus lately. Subscribing to a blog shows more commitment then following or Liking. Also, a subscriber is giving you their permission to communicate with them privately. This […]