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Reaching 10k Twitter Followers on $0 Budget

Thanks to all the followers who have just recently pushed us over that glorious vanity milestone of 10,000 followers on Twitter. Y’all rock. For anyone trying to build a following on Twitter (or any other social network), here’s how we got to this point in just over 2 years without spending any money. In the […]

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What to name your Blog

Teaching digital marketing, WordPress, DGM Camp, and other related classes, and operating Atlanta Tech Blogs gives me the opportunity to talk to a lot of people about a lot of things. One of those things that comes up more often than most is this question about a blog: What should we call our blog? I always […]

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Leaders add this ingredient to supercharge their team

Continuing from my post a couple of days ago about how Chick-fil-A decided on their definition of leadership, The Chicken also decided that they wanted to become a “team oriented organization.” From that edict (Mark Miller related that Dan Cathy literally walked into Mark’s office and said, “I want us to be a team oriented organization,” and […]

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DGM Camp 2: Oct 31 – Nov 4 at ATV

And, we’re back. Finally! After earning an unprecedented net promoter score (NPS) of 100 the first time we ran the 5-day #martech marathon known as DGM Camp, we’re excited to run it again. DGM Camp 2 is taking place this fall in partnership with DigitalCrafts at Atlanta Tech Village. Even though the first running of […]

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What is YOUR definition of “leadership”?

I was blessed to have the opportunity to attend a Leadership Summit this past Saturday at Church of the Apostles in Buckhead. The keynote speaker was T. Mark Miller, author and Vice President of Leadership Development at Chick-Fil-A. In fact, Mark was corporate employe number 16 at “The Chicken”, as he fondly refers to the […]

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Update: A week with Luma #SurroundWiFi

I’m still just as happy today as I was after receiving and installing my new Luma home WiFi last week. Now I want to provide an update on exactly what the experience has been like, some ups, some downs, and more of a user experience as opposed to the “unveiling” I did a week ago. […]

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Got WiFi at home? You should #GetLuma

Having spent 13 years in the WiFi space at CWNP, I’m a little finicky when it comes to home WiFi. There are a ton of cheap home routers out there. Some work. Some don’t. The one we’ve had at home for the past few years is just ok. Lots of solid features, but not always […]