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Proof that you have to consider the negative ahead of time for a social campaign. 

Seen this +Rob Raney
 
NYPD's Feel-Good Twitter Attempt Goes Awry

Wow. Whoever is in control of social media for the NYPD made a big mistake. It's important to know your client and the audience before launching a hashtag campaign. They should've known better than to try something like this. 
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These #HBOGo ads are pretty hilarious.

#advertising
 
Some activities are better undertaken as a family. Watching HBO isn't one of them.
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Cardboard Wine Bottles Offer A Greener Alternative To Glass [Pics]

The carbon footprint of Paperboy wine is 67% smaller than glass and the light weight means shipping costs and diesel fuel would be reduced.

Also, I like the design and branding quite a bit. I'll have to look for these wines and see if they pass the taste test.

#innovation #productdesign #greenproducts #marketing
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Many great resources here if your content needs a home.

I had some good one-on-one conversations about this infographic today, mainly around where to share "repurposed" content. Take a look.  
 
How To Get Your Content Seen Online (Infographic)

I found this great infographic over the weekend that details all of the different formats your content can take online, as well as where to post each to ensure it gets found by search engines, and thus, people. 

Social networks are right on top, but there are quite a bit more resources given here. 
The Internet can be a really difficult place to get noticed. It's a crowded medium full of great (and not so great) content to sift through. If you don't know how to stand out, your hard work will end up getting lost. And, if...
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Never Let The Internet Spoil Your Favorite TV Show Again

Chrome extension let's you mute certain words from your social news feeds. Genius. 
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Very helpful tips if you're thinking of buying a domain.
 
#MattCutts Explains How To Avoid Buying A Domain That Has Been Penalized By #Google
How can we check to see if a domain (bought from a registrar) was previously in trouble with #Google? I recently bought, and unbeknownst to me the domain isn’t being indexed and I’ve had to do a reconsideration request. How could I have prevented?
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about buying domains in his latest Webmaster Help video where a user writes in to ask: How can we check to see if a domain (bought from ...
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3D Printed Lightweight Cast Speeds Up The Healing Proccess

This is cool. The attachable low intensity pulsed ultrasound stimulates the bone and speeds up the healing process. Plus, it's waterproof.

#innovation #3dprinting 
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Absolutely +Gideon Rosenblatt. For this, and many other everyday products. 
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Google, Sony Release 'Spider-Man' In Shoppable Hangout

Here's the latest example of Google+ Hangouts being used not only to interact with fans/customers, but to actually sell tickets and other merchandise during the hangout. 

The cast and Director of Spider-Man 2 will be joining fans in a Hangout to answer questions submitted through the #SpiderManHangout hashtag, and sell tickets through Fandango. 

Using Google Hangouts as an interactive eCommerce tool could prove beneficial for a lot of brands in the near future. Would you use 'shoppable hangouts' for your business?  
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How To Get Your Content Seen Online (Infographic)
The Internet can be a really difficult place to get noticed. It's a crowded medium full of great (and not so great) content to sift through. If you don't know how to stand out, your hard work will end up getting lost. And, if people can't find your content,...
The Internet can be a really difficult place to get noticed. It's a crowded medium full of great (and not so great) content to sift through. If you don't know how to stand out, your hard work will end up getting lost. And, if...
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Marketing Pro (Free Agent!) - Strategy, PR, Digital, & Social (ask me about getting your Google house in order)
Introduction
Looking for help marketing your business? I'm available to help build your strategy, create content, get you up and running with social media, budget for online ad spending, and analyze the results. Whether it's a big project or a small one, I'd love to help you reach your business goals. My email address is sean.grace52@gmail.com. Give me a shout!

About me: I have many interests, and more are added as I explore my networks and the world around me. There are not enough hours in the day to fully engage every one of them. But, I try. 

I love Marketing, Comedy, and Genuine People. Music Enthusiast. Film Buff. Beer Lover. Proud Cincinnatian

Here on my personal page I post on anything I find interesting and want to share with others. Topics include marketing, social media, tech, innovation, music, movies, and more. 

Feel free to add me to one of your circles, and check out my other weblinks below. That's what they're there for.

Specific Circles I Would Fit Into:
  • Marketing, Branding, Advertising, Digital, Social Media
  • Technology, Innovation
  • Mobile Marketing
  • Google Plus, Google Plus for Business
  • Small Business Marketing
  • eCommerce, Social Commerce, Mobile Commerce
  • Android
  • Startups & Entrepreneurship
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Vegetarian,Vegan
  • Comedy
  • Beer
  • Music #SupportMusic 
  • Sports (football, boxing, basketball, etc.)
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The following are communities I either own or moderate for. Have a question about communities? Please ask me.
Education
  • University of Cincinnati
    MS-Marketing, 2006 - 2009
  • University of Cincinnati
    BA- Business Economics, 2001 - 2005
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When Total Failure is the Key to Runaway Success: Insider Stories From T...
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How YouTube, Twitter, and Groupon Really Got Started You hear stories of successful billionaire tech entrepreneurs, but do you really know t

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Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Gnocchi with Bacon and Escarole recipe from Food Network Magazine.

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Location, location, location… how’d you like your startup to have prime downtown office space for just $75 a month? Griffin Cottle, director

Beacon, Wi-Fi marketing potential threaten the longevity of in-store che...
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As retailers look to gain a stronger footing in mobile with branded, standalone applications, the role of third-party check-ins is under inc

Sean Grace (knowsmarketing) on Twitter
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The latest from Sean Grace (@knowsmarketing). #Marketing geek passionate about #socialmedia, #digitalmarketing, #mobiletech, & #innovation.

Matt Cutts Explains How To Avoid Buying A Domain That Has Been Penalized...
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Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about buying domains in his latest Webmaster Help video where a user writes in

Sports and Social: Is Your Team a Social Champion?
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Sports are a central part of the social experience. It makes sense that many popular sports franchises have major presences on social media.

What is the difference between a trademark, a service mark, and a trade ...
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Things every client should know about trademarks. What is the difference between a trademark, a service mark, and a trade name? A trademark

When Does Establishing a Good Startup Culture Outweigh Being Cheap?
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Almost every startup company starts off "scrappy" and there's a well established culture in the tech startup scene to embrace the "be cheap

MediaPost Publications Google, Sony Release 'Spider-Man' In Shoppable Ha...
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Google, Sony Release 'Spider-Man' In Shoppable Hangout - 04/21/2014

Infusium 23: Miracle | Ads of the World™
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It's a miracle they'll only notice your hair. Advertising Agency: Sigma Group, USA Creative Directors: Kristen Krone, Tim Stapleton Art Dire

Kandid.ly helps connect photographers and clients
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Kandid.ly is an online resource for photographers to list their work and book gigs and for customers to find the right photographer at the r

Save the Hall of Justice! | Cincinnati Museum Center
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The Hall of Justice is real! It’s Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal and it needs a hero - or rather, a whole team of heroes.

Jungle Jim's International Market
www.junglejims.com

Discover a World of Food and More! Jungle Jim's International Market is more than a grocery store, it's a destination! With more than 200,00

Here are our 2014 Innovation Awards finalists - Cincinnati Business Courier
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The Business Courier today announced the finalists for the fourth annual Innovation Awards. The honorees include 15 local companies whose ne

Uber - Cincinnati
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The Uber app connects you with a driver at the tap of a button. Available on iPhone, Android, and at m.uber.com.

Cincinnati Design Week 2014 | July 21 - 26 | Presented by CODE and AIGA ...
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Cincinnati Design Week | September 30 - October 5 | Presented by CODE and AIGA Cincinnati

Nice staff. But, I avoid going here because the parking lot is so torn up. Nothing but potholes everywhere getting worse year after year. If they don't care to fix it, I don't care to spend money here.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
First time here this morning. I went through the drive thru and got their "red eye" coffee with shots of espresso. It was really good. The service was friendly, and I like the original menu. I'll be going back again.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The decor of the restaurant is nice. Stone work, aquarium, framed photos of the city, etc. Like many restaurants, the lobby/waiting area is horribly inefficient with people waiting in line to get on the list several minutes before realizing that it wasn't a line at all, just people milling around waiting to be called to their table. The food is pretty much the same cookie-cutter food you would get at any American chain restaurant - you have your burgers, seafood options, appetizers that are the same as anywhere else. I know this doesn't apply to everyone, but there is a real lack of vegetarian options - either a plate full of sides, or the spag-lasagna with marinara instead of meat sauce. At the very least, it would be nice to be able to sub a veggie burger for meat in their burger choices. The food was average - I had onion rings (good batter), chips & queso, spinach dip, salad, and spag-lasagna. Nothing I would have to go back for. The service was good though, and the prices are fair.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I really enjoy this place. Nice atmosphere, full menu of coffee, food, alcohol, etc. Good variety of seating. It's a good place to do a bit of work, or just hangout for a while.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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Went here for an early dinner on Saturday. It has a rustic look with wooden walls and furniture to compliment the wood-fired oven. The lights are in lanterns. Local craft brews on tap. Pizza is great. I liked the service.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Nice collection of mostly chain stores. Easy to get around once you're in. But, during high traffic times, it can be difficult to get out.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This was my first time here...and my first time trying espresso. I thought I'd go to a spot that specializes in it. I was not disappointed. This is a nice little spot tucked away off of Main Street. Everyone was friendly - staff and other patrons. You could tell there was a passion for the coffee. I enjoyed myself and will be back.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago