Category Archive: Pittsburgh

Jun 26

Penguin 2: The Revenge!

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania's "The Brew Room" logo

What do a Penguin and Artificial Intelligence have in common? They’ll both affect your SEO if Google has anything to say about it. Get the full story on Pittsburgh’s ‘The Brew Works‘ website where I was recently invited to contribute an essay: Penguins, Artificial Intelligence and King Content

Apr 09

Social Media – A Personal Relationship with the World

Sandy Adams - Manager of Social Media Marketing

Introduction Sandy Adam, Manager of Social Media Marketing for ANSYS, Inc. (an engineering simulation software company in Canonsburg, PA) provides her surprising insights on how to advance one’s social media presence once you’re no longer a beginner. As a bonus, Sandy also makes a recommendation on a good social media book to add to our …

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Mar 30

Consumer Attention Transforming Communications Organization – Marketing Challenges of Many2Many Communications

Ashish Jajoo

Introduction The author, Ashish Jajoo, is a leader in Pittsburgh’s Digital Marketing and IT services. Ashish has been kind enough to grant me permission to publish his essay on Marketing Challenges in  the social media world of Many-to-Many communications. Ashish argues for the ever increasing importance of a holistic consumer experience as the consumer’s voice …

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Jun 20

Ritz Camera Loses Their Touch

Ritz Camera Store

I’ve started evaluating getting a new pocket sized point and shoot for the occasions when I don’t feel liking toting the brick that is my DSLR. I stopped into a local Ritz Camera store and scanned the counters for signs of cameras. Seeing nothing, I asked the clerk, “Do you – uh – sell cameras?” …

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Apr 29

Pittsburgh “Innovation Happens!”

Branding Brand Logo - Pittsburgh, PA Innovators

Last night I attended and open forum connecting Pittsburgh entrepreneurs with corporations at the AlphaLab on the South Side of Pittsburgh. In last night’s gathering, a group of six Pittsburgh start-ups gave us a series of six minute elevator pitches. I found three of them intriguing in particular and worth a second look: Branding Brand …

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