Chris Brogan had an interesting post the other day about how a health insurance company (Humana in Louisville, Kentucky) is taking steps to make its employees more health conscious – an effort to ‘walk the walk.’ Integrating things like pedometers which are tied to a digital fish bowl, and bike sharing programs are things that I’m sure go a long way towards improving employee satisfaction bu
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I just wanted to share a great post from Katie over at socialmedialand.net – She gives some great examples of how local businesses in the Tempe area are utilizing social (twitter in particular) to get people in the door, while providing value to their users and followers. One local bar does discounts on cover charges or free drink specials for their followers. Its a great way to get people in the door for event
Really enjoyed this keynote from Gary V. Its one of the better ones I’ve seen him give. If you just want to get pumped up about building something, or just following your passion. Gary Vaynerchuk @ Big Omaha 2009 from Big Omaha on Vimeo.
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A friend of mine turned me on to the shopping experience at 24hourwristbands.com. They make all those silicone bands that say ‘Live Strong’ or ‘Support the Troops’ or ‘insert your cause here’. But its not that the wristbands themselves that got me excited. As you complete your order, you are asked if you would like the bands to be made in China, or made in America (for a $.15 upc