Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Brandy Luscalzo
Media Marketing Innovator, helping businesses reach their target audiences, Specialized in Digital & Social Media
Media Marketing Innovator, helping businesses reach their target audiences, Specialized in Digital & Social Media

Brandy's posts

Post has attachment
Wow! Such great people working for protection of children! Tyler King is working on a documentary, see them on Fox 5 San Diego yesterday morning/ #abrothersjourney

Post has shared content
Great Digital Summit in LA... Check it out!
Hey there Team. We just released all of the videos from our Digital Growth Summit last month. Here's a link to watch them all:

Post has shared content
WOW!!! this is crazy... loving the fact that the San Diego Film Festival is covering the Comic Con event... great images of Cosplay, costumes, and attendees at the Comic Con Floor. This really gives you the scope of the action... FUN FUN FUN!
Desire to visit the San Diego Comic Con International 2013 event without actually being there? Allow the San Diego Film Festival Social Team to take you there. Follow us on for daily updates! ‪#‎SDFilmFest‬ ‪#‎SDCC‬

Post has attachment
What a great event happening with VIP members of the San Diego Film Festival screening Still Mine a beautiful story ..someone get me a kleenex!! BIG Thank You to the sponsors Encinitas BMW and Arclight Theatre of La Jolla! #makingfilmmajic #sdfilmfest

Post has attachment
•The San Diego Film Festival is looking for talented up and coming Indie film makers to market their films. The categories are: Shorts, Documentaries, Native American, Features and Student Competition. It's not too late but the deadline is approaching, so enter today:

Post has attachment
The San Diego Film Festival has extended the deadline for entries! They are also looking for  film shorts, so if you've got something, it's a great place to be. Last year some of the Filmmakers who participated included Silver Linings Playbook and Beasts of the Southern Wild who went on to become Oscar contenders/winners. There are panels with industry experts, meet and greet opportunities with industry directors, producers, your film making peers as well as distributors seeking talent.  You can find more information on the website at:

So excited to be working with Randy Hutchison and the team at Bull in a China Shop Productions! Check out what's up at

Post has attachment
wow! how creative is this!

This Guy Modeled His Impressive Resume After Google Analytics
Vivian Giang | Jul. 23, 2012, 1:37 PM | 31,326 |

We write a lot about resumes — what to do, what not to do. But the fact is, these rules are generic advice we compile from career experts. Everyone should tailor their own resume depending on the industry they're in and the position they're applying for.
Simone Fortunini is the perfect example of this.
Currently an online marketing manager, Fortunini recently created a resume in the form of an interactive web site. What's impressive about this is that his resume actually looks like a Google Analytics page.
Fortunini tells us that since his work experiences stem from online marketing and advertising campaigns, Google Analytics is a basic tool that those in his industry work with, and he wanted to create a resume illustrating his understanding in online marketing, graphic design abilities and HTML skills.
"My intent with this project is showing both the two sides of my professionality in digital: a good technological understanding and an online marketing knowledge," Fortunini says. "Trying to analyze my professional path like a 'web site performance' has been hard, but helpful to get an objective point of view about current achievements and future goals."
Fortunini gave us permission to post portions of his creative resume.
Under his "Experience" section, you can click on the different positions he's held on the left-hand side, which will then allow you to see more details about the projects he's worked on and the skills he developed in each position.
These skills are illustrated by bar graphs, and their lengths are dependent on his level of expertise:

Simone Fortunini

Fortunini's "Education" section is also interesting because it shows where he studied on a map of the world — very similar to a Google Analytics page showing you where your site's visitors are from:

Simone Fortunini
His "Languages" section also displays graphs, and the size of the bars/balls are dependent on his proficiency in the languages:

Simone Fortunini
At the bottom of Fortunini's resume, there are links to his Slideshare presentations, Pinterest boards and books he's reading.
Furthermore, when you download a copy of his resume, you're rewarded with an infograph.

Read more:

Post has attachment
San Diego Sunset Cliffs...Simply Beautiful

Post has attachment
Linked in will be launching a new home page design!
Introducing a Simpler Homepage
Caroline Gaffney, July 16, 2012
Millions of you are coming to LinkedIn everyday to discover and discuss what matters most to your professional life. And today, we’ve started to roll out a simpler and easier way to navigate Homepage experience that offers quick access to the relevant information and updates that help you be great at your job.
So what’s new?
A newer, simpler, and more modern design
We’ve revamped the entire Homepage experience with a new look and feel to make it easier to scan and find the information that matters most to you. This simpler and cleaner design makes it easier to navigate the page and quickly find the updates you’re looking for – whether that’s a news article your boss has recently shared or it’s to see who has just started a new job.
More relevant updates up top
Now you can see the most important network updates and articles at the top of the feed. This makes it quick and easy to stay on top of what matters most, such as trending topics, news, and professional updates based on what your connections and industry are reading, sharing, and discussing. This means, you’ll be spending less time hunting for information you need to be prepared for your workday and spending more time being great at the job you’re in.
A richer, cleaner update stream
We’ve completely refreshed the way updates look and feel in the stream with richer visuals for easier scanning and viewing. You can also see a continuous stream of updates without clicking “see more” to access all the latest updates from your network.  It’s also easier for you to see what your connections are talking about and engage in these professional conversations by liking, commenting or sharing the updates that are most important to you.
We’re always looking for new ways to make the Homepage experience better, more efficient and a place where you can come everyday to get what you need to be productive and successful. This is just the beginning of many more exciting, new features we plan to bring to the Homepage to offer more customization and functionality this year. We look forward to making the LinkedIn Homepage your go-to destination to discover and discuss what matters to you, your industry and your professionals network around the world.
This newly redesigned Homepage is rolling out to all members over the next few weeks. We look forward to having you check out our newly redesigned homepage. To learn more, visit our Help Center.
Wait while more posts are being loaded