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Taco Bell nails it with dystopian breakfast commercial

Now I am not sure if it is the case of having McDonalds for breakfast today or watching the ESPN 30 for 30 Of  Miracles and Men (based on Russian side of 1980 Olympic hockey) or that I loved the Hunger Games trilogy, but this commercial from Taco Bell really hit home for me. For years, we’ve all ate…

NewsSpark Content Hub – Beta Invite

This is a guest post from Chris Ehrlich. I met the man behind this blog, Jeff Esposito, on Twitter. There, Jeff is known as @jeffespo. We’re known as @News_Spark. We began tweeting when NewsSpark was only an idea. When Jeff wasn’t officially the award-winning social media pro he is today. Jeff has since become a…

Executive Social Media – Kat Cole an Executive to Emulate

Growing up, I spent many a high school afternoon riding my bike or walking to the Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey. The goal wasn’t to shop for a fly outfit or fresh pair of kicks; I was there for one reason – to fill my belly with an awesome cinnamon bun from Cinnabon….

900 Seconds – the future of ecommerce and social

This video is a powerful video that predicts the future valuations of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon. It is fast and furious with some really interesting thoughts and insights into what the future could hold based on these behemoths of commerce.

Putting the 2015 #Boston snow into perspective

The Boston Red Sox are currently in Spring Training and Opening Day is April 13 – we still have ~3′ of snow on the ground. What are the chances that the ground is clear of snow when the local 9 take the field? I would bet that it is as likely as seeing a Sasquatch,…

Get over the Google+ breakup – it is logical and good

On Sunday, it was announced that two of the more popular features of Google+ – Photos and Streams – would be managed as separate entities. The aftermath of the post was an explosion of OMGs and finger wags at Google’s failed social network across the social interwebs. For a platform that many decried as dead…

Vistaprint enters branded campaign space

As many of you know, I have worked at Vistaprint for nearly eight years. Over that course of time, the business has been primarily known for direct response ads across multiple platforms from print media to online display and search ads. So needless to say, it has been interesting to be here as the company…

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