For those of you who have followed my blog, you know I am kind of obsessed with Google. Not only has this company changed how we interact with the web, it has given the world, or at least the majority of it, access to a wealth of information, organized and prioritized in a way that makes it easier to find and opened the doors to instantaneous communication. Who are we kidding, I am a huge fan, and Google continues to earn my admiration through constant improvement to it's already encompassing array of offerings. While not all of Google's changes and updates are well received, the latest move by this interactive super power has been an attempt to conquer the world of social media. And while I was admittedly not in a hurry to add one more social network to the line up I am currently trying to keep up with, I have joined Google+, and I am here to give you my first impression based solely upon what I see.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
When you think of a spokesperson, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a celebrity. By lending their fame and popularity to a brand, actors, musicians and other public figures help make a product "cool". Of course, we are all pretty familiar with the expert spokesperson as well. Doctors sell prescription drugs, Athletes represent athletic gear, politicians endorse social causes and … with the help of everyone's favorite discount retailer, Target, teachers get us ready for Back to School.