Ever posted content you put your all into creating? And when it went LIVE, it got just a handful of likes? And they weren’t even from the people whose attention you really wanted to get? Just a few friends, family and relatives hitting that “like” button to remind you that they were cheering you on?
It’s scenarios like this that make brands and businesses look for the easy way out in a cutthroat, competitive digital space. But few fully understand how social media shortcuts and digital faux pas can alienate customers and followers, and even lead to reputation and financial losses.
It seems like everyone’s doing it.
Thanks to Sheryl Sandberg, we’re now part of a Lean In generation.
I’ve got to admit, I’m a bit late to the Lean In party. But last night, I made up for it when I attended an executive lecture series at which Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was the featured guest.
Flanked by two gal pals in a standing-room only Howard University auditorium, I sat on the edge of my seat, listening with rapt attention, trying to glean all I could from the 60-minute event.
What did I walk away with?
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Gap fans, rejoice!
The giant retailer has decided to bring the blue box back.
Gap debuted a new logo Monday that’s got many of its fans annoyed.
So on Wednesday, the retailer took to Facebook in defense of its new choice of branding, while asking its 700,000+ followers to share logo ideas.
The new logo appears on Gap.com, replacing the blue square with white lettering we’ve come to know and love.
To find out the reason behind this befuddling change, check out Gap president, Marka Hansen’s blog post.
P.S. After reading it, I still don’t buy it. Let’s have the old Gap back, Marka. Please and thanks!
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Justin Timberlake tapped his inner nerd Friday night at the world premiere of “The Social Network.”
The singer/actor, who plays Sean Parker in the movie, seemed to be going for an uber-intelligent look.
And you know what? I can dig it!
Keep reading for more pics of the multi-talented mister going geek.