Posts Tagged Economy

Blowin’ Up The New Tech Bubble!

It is official you (and your Mother) can now buy a share of LinkedIn As we wrote in a previous post, more social media stocks are going public this year. LinkedIn has beat Facebook, Skype, Zynga, Twitter and Groupon to the metaphorical punch. The price per share […]

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Taking Social Media Public?

I am not going to lie; I have only been using Skype for five months. At my last position it was used in office to ask a quick question or discuss lunch plans. My first interview with Andrew, aka The Brand Chef, was over Skype. Last night […]

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Just A Reminder… GET TO WORK!

In a conversation with one of my Des Moines social media buddies this morning, I was reminded that with the onset of CreateWOWmarketing, I’ve (As CreateWOW AND TheBrandChef) fell off a bit on my posting regularity.  Sure, it’s one of those “The cobbler’s kids have no shoes” […]

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