Either due to lack of experience producing real business results or naivety as to what they’re talking about, many consultants and media professionals set the wrong expectation with social media marketing.
You, the readers, continue to make this blog amazing: your smart discussions in the comments are an ongoing source of inspiration and motivation. So with that in mind I want to keep highlighting thought provoking comments to the whole community.
As someone who grew up using the web, specifically social channels (I was a message board and forum power user / community manager in the 90′s) I never really considered digital content creation “work.” It was just how our generation communicated.
A bit ago I was seeking a new job, so I reached out to a few companies and firms that had products and philosophies I believed in. After several email discussions and interviews, I ultimately chose to work with LEWIS PR in San Francisco (here’s that story if you missed it).
More than four years ago I ditched owning cable. Around two years ago I got rid of my TV altogether as I realized I never used it. Along with going car-free, removing TV has easily been one of the best choices I’ve made: I can consciously say I am more focused, productive and awake/in the moment than I’ve ever been.