• Published in US News & World Report

• Published in Forbes

 Co-authored with Harvard Business Press author & Forbes contributor, Dorie Clark
1,200+ views, 100+ Facebook Shares & 100+ Tweets

5,000+ views, 50+ Facebook Shares & 60+ Tweets

4,500+ views, 100+ Facebook Shares & 60+ Tweets

• Published in Huffington Post

>> Blog posts for Social Media Monthly.  Founded in 2011 and published by Washington, DC-based technology group, The Cool Blue Company, The Social Media Monthly went from pie-in-the-sky idea to print in just 53 days. Three weeks later, the magazine secured national distribution with Barnes & Noble and can now be found in 20 countries around the world, Walmart Canada, and airports across the U.S.  Named “One of the Fifteen Hottest Magazine Launches of 2011” by MIN

>> Blog posts for Social Media Week, which hosts two global conferences each year, working collaboratively with leading practitioners, industry professionals, content partners, brand partners, event hosts and local advisory boards to produce more than 2,000 events across 24 cities.

>> Blog post for Technorati, an integrated online media company with an ad network, three owned web properties, and an ad technology platform. Launched in June 2008, Technorati Media’s ad network has quickly grown into the largest social media ad network (blogs, social networks and distributed content), boasting an audience of over 300 million unique visitors a month worldwide and 129 million people in the US. In November 2012, comScore ranked Technorati Media as the 8th largest social media property and the 3rd largest blog property. Technorati.com, the flagship site, is the world’s first and largest blog search engine and a robust community blogging platform. 

>> Blog posts for Shareholic, which has a community of more than 200,000 publishers who reach more than 270 million people each month; not counting its social networks which boast almost 45,000 social media followers from Facebook and Twitter.

>> The Dartmouth, founded in 1799, is the student newspaper at Dartmouth College and the campus’ only daily.  My articles from 2003 – 2004:


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