People call me The Community Guy
ASK: Creating a great resume
(This is part of Ask the Community Guy, an ongoing series of questions posed by readers for Jake, the Community Guy) Dovetailing the conversation about Community Management jobs, I thought it was a good time to also discuss creating a great resume. I have this conversation regularly with people of all ages, skill levels, and […]
Dallas plays host to SXSW networking event
On Monday, February 4th, the SXSW crew and Dallas geeks will be hanging out at Zubar (2012 Greenville Ave) from 7 to 9 PM. Won’t you join us?
“Now is Gone” Review
I met Geoff Livingston, author of the new-ish book Now is Gone, at BlogOrlando back in September. He was a great guy, very passionate about his work, so I was excited to read his new book. Here’s the Amazon synopsis: Now Is Gone seeks to help businesses embrace Social Media intelligently. Readers can learn if […]
Community Manager Employement & Employees
Last week I wrote several different posts about community management positions. To make it easy to find them in the future, I thought I’d bundle them all together. How do I hire a Community Manager? Looking to hire a community manager but not sure where to start or even what you’re looking for? This is […]
Happy birthday, LEGO brick!
Sing with me: “Happy birthday, to you. Happy birthday, to you. Happy birthday, LEGO briiiiick. Happy birthday, to you.” That’s right, that wonderful little piece of plastic is 50 years old. My first LEGO set arrived in my hands in 1977, and my mom had to look high and low to find it and the […]
Speaking: Cluetrain Manifesto – 10 years later
I’ve been asked by my friends at The Conversation Group to join a panel called: “There’s a New Conversation, Cluetrain Manifesto – 10 years later”. I’ve very excited about the event for a number of reasons, not least of which is my co-presenters. You too can join the event (details below), and I hope to […]