RSS Feed Readers Rock

by Diane Vautier November 7, 2011

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Readers function as our eyes and ears online. They focus on listening and monitoring to help us stay informed and up-to-date on what’s going on in our world.

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No, Really. I’m Still Creating Lots of Content

by Diane Vautier October 27, 2011

“No, really. I’m still creating lots of content”. That’s what I tell people when they look at my blog and don’t see many new articles and doubt I’m really blogging at all. It’s just hard to find time to write for my own blog when I’m knee deep in creating content for others. I know […]

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I Want My Twitter Like I Want My MTV

by Diane Vautier March 30, 2011

Remember MTV? Remember when there were actual music videos on MTV? I distinctly remember when My MTV was “All Music, All the Time, Without Interruptions”. That’s how I want my Twitter.

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A Grinch Christmas Tale on Twitter

by Diane Vautier December 15, 2010

I’m a Christmas Grinch, but it turns out, the holiday spirit is alive and well on Twitter. See your favorite Holiday characters represented on Social Media.

I feel like the Grinch whose heart grew ten sizes on Christmas Day. I’m softening. I think I’m going to go strike up some conversations on Twitter with some of my favorite holiday characters. Gosh I hope Santa remembers me (fingers crossed).

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Greenwashing. What It Is. How It’s Governed. What To Do When You Spot It.

by Diane Vautier December 5, 2010

Greenwashing is the disingenuous representation of a product, service, company or organization as environmentally friendly, sustainable, natural, or green. The FTC published the Green Marketing Guidelines to help marketers, and are the reporting agency for greenwashing.

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Green Marketing. Combining Marketing Initiatives with Sustainable Business Practices

by Diane Vautier November 23, 2010

My niche? Green Marketing. Combining solid marketing initiatives with sustainable business practices. It’s genius. Both business and the environment gain benefits from this unlikely pairing. And me? I get to combine my professional skill set with my personal passion. Like I said. Genius.

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America Recycles Day is… Today!

by Diane Vautier November 15, 2010

America Recycles Day. November 15, 2010. Annual Day of Celebration Raises Awareness and Encourages Action to Increase Recycling Nationwide.

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Reconstructing PodCamp New Hampshire

by Diane Vautier October 31, 2010

I took my post PodCamp NH enthusiasm in a completely non-technology direction. I went rogue with some creative (and green) t-shirt reconstruction projects. Yoga pants and laptop sleeve.

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Reusable Cloth Grocery Bags: Eco-friendly but Contaminant Rich

by Diane Vautier October 28, 2010

What is good for the environment just might not be so good for you. A June 2010 study entitled “Assessment for the Cross Contamination of Food Products by Reusable Shopping Bags” concluded that a potential significant risk exists.

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Bringing Management On Board with Social Media

by Diane Vautier October 23, 2010

I had the good fortune to lead a session on Saturday called, “Bringing Management On Board with Social Media”. I talked about building a case to present to management in order to get buy-in on using Social Media as part of an overall marketing mix. Diane Vautier

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