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.
“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
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.
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.
Here’s a list of some marketing blog posts
Its tough to define what green marketing is. One thing is for sure, the trend toward incorporating some level of green is on the rise. Consumers are asking for it, and companies, either motivated by greed or genuine eco-concerns, are finding ways to claim a piece of the green market.
This past Saturday, January 23rd the first ever WordCamp Boston was held at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, MA. It was a full day of sessions for every level of WordPress user out there, from blogging newbies to advanced programmers.
But even more notable than the topic at hand, was the vibe. Not only was the day filled with knowledgeable speakers and equally as interesting attendees, but also in attendance was an amazing social consciousness.