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Carri Bugbee
Works at Big Deal PR+Social Media; writes about Social TV for Social Media Monthly
Attended University of Oregon
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Oddly, I was just researching authorship and saw this invite! Great timing, +Lisa Williams :-)
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A consistent topic of conversation among marketers!
 
Google+ Beat:  PR flacks for FB love to diss G+.  Meanwhile G+ continues along as both Social Network  AND (see article) something much subtler.  We use video hangouts for our Agency... can't do that on FB.  And for every conference I attend, I do a circle for speakers... about 20% are highly active with weekly posts on G+.  
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I think the article has a good point. Google+ might be similar to a company sponsoring a public square where people can congregate, not to charge them admission or sell them goods directly, but to have a chance to observe trends, build goodwill and become an indispensible part of their lives. Ultimately, that might still lead to sales (indirectly), but short-term it is more of an investment in the future.
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Jonathan Cohn: "It’s possible to draw from the auto industry rescue a pretty good lesson about the real differences between Obama and Romney. Obama understands that the market doesn’t always work on its own—that sometimes government must intervene in order to protect Americans from economic harm. Romney doesn’t. Obama is also willing to act in the face of political peril. Romney isn’t. Those differences should matter to all Americans, not just those of us who live in Michigan and Ohio."
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The quote is an admission that free enterprise is not working.  No one in government or corporate America is addressing our system that has businesses that are too big to fail.
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Folks who drive less than 10k miles a year might will wanna check this out.
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Creating great content can be time-consuming and expensive. Maybe that's why most companies can't quite commit to doig it.
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Thank you +Carri Bugbee for sharing. Very interesting. 
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Marketing & social media strategist, writer, PR pro, award-winning tweeter (@PeggyOlson), conference speaker & trainer/instructor in social media marketing
Skills
Marketing and social media strategy, copywriting, journalistic writing, project management, media relations, startup advisor.
Employment
  • Big Deal PR+Social Media; writes about Social TV for Social Media Monthly
    Marketing & social media strategist, writer, PR pro, award-winning tweeter (@PeggyOlson), conference speaker & PSU instructor in social media marketing, present
  • Hill & Knowlton, Wieden + Kennedy, KMTR-TV (NBC affiliate)
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Social media marketing & social TV strategist, analyst and writer; Shorty Award-winning tweeter; speaker and instructor,
Introduction

Carri Bugbee is an internationally known expert and award-winner in the arena of social media marketing and social TV. She speaks at many conferences and events, writes about  social TV (and music) for The Social Media Monthly, and was a contributing author for The Big Book of Social Media: Case Studies, Stories, Perspectives. She taught Social Media Marketing at Portland State University and provides training in the strategic use of social media technologies for businesses, executives, entertainers and organizations.

Bugbee has been featured and/or quoted in the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, AMCtv.comThe Oregonian, CNET, ‘Boards, ClickzThe Daily Beast and other publications. She’s conducted video interviews with Advertising AgeBusinessWeekMedia BistroKGW News/The Square, KOIN-TV, the Twitter Road Trip and more.

Bugbee received an International Shorty Award (dubbed the "Oscars of Twitter") in the advertising category. She won for tweeting (anonymously) and garnering thousands of ardent followers as Peggy Olson, a character from the AMC hit drama, "Mad Men."

Bugbee has spoken at numerous conferences about social media methodologies, including AllFacebook Expo, The 2nd Screen Summit, OnHollywoodOMMA Global, Toronto Social Media Week (keynote), NordicGame, The Social Media Masters at the Online Marketing Summit, The Cool Twitter Conference (keynote), South by Southwest Interactive [video], 140 Characters Conference [video], O’Reilly Twitter Bootcamp, SocialFresh, WebVisions, and many other events.

Bugbee manages campaigns and projects in social media marketing, PR 2.0, community management, advertising and special events (real or virtual). She has 22+ years experience in traditional public relations and advertising and now incorporates tools and tactics such as Twitter, Facebook, community building, influencer outreach, search marketing, blogging and YouTube to help businesses enhance visibility, build better customer relationships and boost sales.

Bugbee founded the Portland chapter of Social Media Club, served as president for two years and remains on the board. During that time, she co-founded and launched the annual SoMe Awards show to honor excellence in social media.

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I'm widely known for tweeting as Mad Men characters, most notably @PeggyOlson, but there are many others. ;-)
Education
  • University of Oregon
    Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising
Summer of 2013 I had The Mac Store Beaverton install additional RAM in my MacBook Pro. Unfortunately they installed the WRONG RAM, which corrupted my HD directory. Bascially, my computer just stopped working (it stalled out when booting or shortly thereafter) within a few hours of getting it home. Since that was the only new thing introduced to the computer (i.e., no new software updates) I knew that had to be the problem. I checked to see which RAM they had installed and discovered their mistake (my mistake for not double-checking at the point of installation, but I trusted that they knew what they were doing). I went back to the Mac Store the next day to have them fix it. They acknowledged that it was the wrong RAM but said it wouldn't have created any problems and that it was purely coincidence. We went around and around about that with the fixit dude just telling me he sees "coincidences like this all the time." And because they didn't think it was their fault for breaking the machine, they'd have to charge me to fix it! I asked them for help in finding a few key files (that are buried in the OS) so I could drag them onto my friend's computer via target disk mode (my most recent back-up was about a week old), but they couldn't even answer those basic questions. Fortunately, my MacBook Pro was under warranty so I took it to the Apple store for evaluation. They ran it through a battery of tests (which took over an hour) and confirmed that indeed, the HD directory was corrupted and the ONLY solution was to "nuke and pave" it; i.e., wipe out the HD completely and reinstall the OS from scratch. They also confirmed that installing the wrong RAM is a very bad thing to do and it will absolutely screw up your machine (the Genius Bar guy went into a very long technical explanation of why). So, by the time I got my computer back and put all my data in it from my last back-up and all the files I had to manually save, I was out nearly 3 days of work. I did get my money back when I returned the RAM, but the work I missed was worth about 20X the value of the RAM. :-( It makes me sad that they (A) didn't know what they were doing and (B) wouldn't fix it after they broke it. I bought my first Mac in 1993 from the guys who founded the company that eventually became PowerMax and merged with The Mac Store (when it was just 2 guys and a small warehouse space). I've been back there many times over the years to buy other Macs and products, but this experience soured me for life.
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