The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project, Part 13

The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project resumes on this site with the first in a series of interviews with Kevin Dugan, Director of Marketing Communications for FRCH Worldwide in Cincinnati (Hey, I know where that is!). Kevin also writes for the Bad Pitch Blog and Strategic Public Relations

Today, Kevin talks about how digital media has changed the media relations process.

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The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project, Part 12

In the end, says Brian, “none of this stuff really matters.” Here’s one final minute with Strumpette’s co-creator. Run time (:54)

That concludes our series with Brian Connolly. Watch this space next week for details of other interviews from the Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project.

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The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project, Part 11

In preparation for our interview, I asked Brian Connolly what topics he might like to address. His “6 Fallacies of Social Media” is one of the outcomes. We’d planned to run 6 individual clips, but then decided it worked better as a package. It’s the longest segment of the series. Run time (6:43)

Thursday – Strumpette: A Self Analysis (Final Segment)

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The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project, Part 10

Socializing of property — be it real or intellectual — leads to bankrupting of the value chain. More insights from Strumpette co-creator Brian Connolly, as he takes on one of social media’s most respected works, The Cluetrain Manifesto. Run time (1:59)

Wednesday: The 6 Fallacies of Social Media

The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project, Part 6

The Inauguration hubbub must have choked out YouTube’s pipe yesterday. It took multiple attempts to get this clip uploaded and processed.

The Sledzik-Curran Social Media Project presents another brief comment from Brian Connolly, creator of the Strumpette blog. Brian makes an analogy between social media and the “Wild West”, a reference to those days of yore when the unsettled part of the country had an “Anything Goes” philosophy.

Run time…1:26

Thursday: ROI of Social Media