This post was originally published at Digital Pivot, the New Media E-Zine.
Pratik Dholakiva, co-founder & VP of marketing at E2M Solutions & OnlyDesign, wrote a piece for Jay Baer’s Convince & Convert blog that outlined some fascinating recent social media research. No doubt many more conclusions beyond those found by the researchers will be drawn from this information. The following is just one.
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I recently ended a more than two-year run as a lead blogger for TalentZoo.com’s Digital Pivot blog, where I wrote about social media, digital marketing and all things tech. Now I’d like to share some of my favorite posts originally published on the DP blog with you here. Recently, the science video blog Veritasium diverted […]
I’ve been neglecting this blog, and it’s not right.
I could list the multitude of reasons why. But there’s one reason that trumps all others: This blog doesn’t inspire me anymore.
I am publicly resolving to change that.
Originally, I created this blog for professional reasons. I wanted a place where I could house my resume, provide links to my writing, and then blog about my professional passions, such as social media, in order to contribute thoughts to an online community that has taught me so much. Not to mention, I wanted to show I could regularly string multiple sentences together in a cohesive, helpful and hopefully entertaining manner.
I was fortunate enough to be named the lead blogger for Digital Pivot back in October of 2011. It’s a gig I thoroughly enjoy and would like to continue with for the foreseeable future. I’ve been re-blogging those posts here for a while.
And I think that’s been my mistake.
I’ve been thinking for a very long time now that I need a creative outlet. It’s time to stop thinking and start doing.
So, I’ll be revamping this blog in the coming weeks. I’ll still find a way to provide links to the Digital Pivot work, but those posts will stay exclusively on that blog, where they belong.
I’m pretty excited for the reboot. The hope is to pull an “Amazing Spider-man” and be unexpectedly better than the previous versions!
Just when you think you’ve learned all there is to know about that little rectangular device in your pocket… The iPhone 4S with the iOS5 operating system has quite a few little time and battery-saving tricks up its sleeve that I was rather happy to learn about. Observe: REALLY kill your apps. Turns out I […]
This post was originally published at http://www.digitalpivot.com. Yeah, I said it. Facebook is, in some ways, a lot like Bob Dylan. Right now, some of you are probably saying…”huh?” Others are likely cursing me to an eternity of “500 miles” by The Proclaimers on infinite repeat. Hear me out, curse-casters: First off, I’m […]