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How Social Media Makes Navigating New York a Walk in the Park

by · December 18, 2013

New York City is a sprawling metropolis filled with countless things to do and places to see. In the city that never sleeps, 8.3 million people are holding art shows, dining out, attending concerts, and doing chores at all hours of the day. How can you keep up with so many things happening 24/7?

Whether you’re a native or just stopping by to see the sights, these five social media-powered apps can help you navigate The Big Apple.

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Blogger Social: 80 Marketing Bloggers Partying Can’t Be Wrong

by · April 4, 2008

This morning I leave for Blogger Social, Drew McClellan and Christina Kerley’s wild idea to have a lot of people link to them over the course of six or eight months and, as a bonus, gather the world’s top marketing bloggers in New York City for a weekend of socializing. There’s no conference, no sessions, no sponsorships … just marketing geeks proppin’ up the bar.

2008 Blogger Social Collage

Yeah … this is a good idea.

And, because attendee Scott Monty declared recently that I put the “social” in social media, coupled with the fact I represent a large spirits company, my attendance was required, if not requested.


SMX Social Media To Provide Actual Networking

by · October 2, 2007

SMX Social MediaBrowsing the web tonight I checked in at Search Engine Land to read Danny Sullivan’s preview of the upcoming Wikipedia Clinic he’s leading at SMX Social Media in New York City. I’m attending the conference and am anxious to learn. It’s one of those agenda’s web geeks like me get jittery just thinking of all the cool stuff we’ll be able to absorb, discuss and blog about. (Click here to register your own self.)