I recently read in the paper that an old friend of mine had taken a new job at a different company. It was a very senior position, and it appeared to be a great move for him. We had lost touch over the past few years and so I used his news as a reason to reach out and congratulate him. He appreciated my call, and we decided that we should meet for lunch and catch up...
I tell all our corporate clients that they need to be incorporating social media into their overall communications, however, I also stress that different companies need different social media solutions.
Sometimes I come across a marketing idea that I find so good, I actually yell, "Damn, that's brilliant!" out loud.
In addition to reading Oklahoma’s state newspapers daily, I try to read the Wall Street Journal every day (failing all too often). I also usually scan Bloomberg, which has grown to be my second favorite news source. Last week I ran across an article I particularly liked, Bartenders at the Table: The Flashy New Trend in Luxury Dining.
Gaming in Oklahoma generated $4 billion in revenue in 2014.
It started slowly and inconspicuously – there were only a few reported sightings here and there. But it was alive and growing. It seemed like the type of routine thing that seems to get reported on an almost a daily basis, but quickly fades like so many before. But this time it was different.