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When I got V2 of Google Glass, I started to using my other Google Glass profile https://plus.google.com/u/0/+LynnedJohnson2 more frequently. And while this one has more followers, that one is linked to my Google Apps account and the primary email address that I use. But if I'm going to re-test the engagement potential of Google+ seems that I'd do it here with the account that's gotten more views and followers over time, even with my infrequent posting.
- LynnedJohnson.comContent + Community Consultant, present
- SUNY Empire State CollegeAdjunct Professor, present
- Metropolitan College of New YorkAdjunct Professor, present
- R/GASenior Social Media Strategist, 2010 - 2011
Before the ARF, Lynne was a senior editor and community director FastCompany.com, a leading website and community for people passionate about business ideas that also offers the complete content of Fast Company magazine. There, she also wrote Digital Media Diva, a technology blog following web, media, and consumer trends, as well as launched an online community of readers around topic interests and network of expert bloggers.
Blogging since 2001, she writes at lynnedjohnson.com and style.lynnedjohnson.com. Also a consultant, Johnson works with media properties on digital content, branding, and social media development and strategy. Prior to Fast Company, she served as the general manager, new media for VIBE, SPIN, and VIBE Vixen where she managed marketing, editorial, production, business development, and sales operations for the magazine's web sites and mobile properties. An adjunct professor in the Audrey Cohen School for Human Services at the Metropolitan College of New York, Lynne also wrote the foreward for the recent publication, Tactical Transparency: How Leaders Can Leverage Social Media to Maximize Value and Build Their Brand by Shel Holtz and John C. Havens. She holds a BA in journalism and an MBA in media management.
- Metropolitan College of New YorkMBA Media Management
- State University of New York at New PaltzBA English/Journalism
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