You might be living underneath a rock if you haven’t heard of all the Sochi Olympic problems. I just wanted to take a moment and share a few of my absolute favorite Sochi Problems that have been popping up all over the place. Side note: businesses that hop on this train and figure out how to “news jack” this event could be doing really well right now. The Twitter account @sochiproblems has over 282k followers, which at the time of writing this article, was more than the official Sochi Olympics Twitter account (175k). Enjoy!
Today I had the privilege of going to CR&T’s annual movie showing at Thanksgiving Pointe in Lehi Utah. It was an incredible event that did everything right. CR&T – an outsourced IT company, used this event to get prospective and current clients together to have a fun event that people will be talking about for weeks to come.
I’ve decided to change to the new 2014 and I must say, I’m impressed. Let me know what you think of the new changes in the comments section below. I REALLY don’t like spam, so I’ll make sure none of that actually get’s published.
While at Leadgenix we had a great opportunity to work with a Forbes writer name Cheryl Conner. The article discussed social seo and just how to take advantage of this upcoming marketing medium. Check out the article on Forbes.
During today’s BYU game (don’t worry, I won’t mention our lack of an offensive presence) a lightning storm delayed the game. The delay had to be a pain for the networks desperately trying to figure out how to make all of their football-watching customers happy with overlapping games Continue reading →