Archive for the ‘networking’ Category

So What’s the Deal with Google Plus?

As you may already know, there’s a lot of online talk about Google’s latest entry into the world of social networking. It’s another attempt by the Internet search giant to gain leverage in the field after failing terribly with Google Buzz. I was just going to lie back and watch how it all plays out, […]

Share

Hispanic Professionals Networking Group

This Tuesday, the Hispanic Professionals Networking Group (HPNG) will be sponsoring an entrepreneurs event at the Lounge at the Elmo Restaurant in New York City. The guest speaker will be Robert W. Walsh, the commissioner of the New York City Department of Small Business Services. Registration cost for the networking event is $25. The HPNG […]

Share

Bronx Blogger Fiesta: A Networking Event

I always enjoy meeting new people and reconnecting with those I’ve met before. Last night I attended an incredible networking event organized by two very well-connected Bronx bloggers. The event was hosted by a new local business in the Melrose section of the Bronx. Bloggers, media professionals, government and non-profit representatives came together with local […]

Share

Google Buzz

Earlier this month Google announced its entrance into the social media landscape: Google Buzz. Some social media pundits say the networking platform and messaging tool is Google’s attempt to compete with Facebook and Twitter. However, Google executives say otherwise. Bradley Horowitz, Google’s VP of product management, says Google Buzz is not just about status-updating or […]

Share

LatISM NYC Conference Roundup

History was made last week when a group of Latino leaders in social media met in New York City to formally build alliances and begin a national conversation. The conference brought together Latinos from New York, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, DC and LA, and was sponsored by Latinos in Social Media (LatISM.) During the opening ceremony, […]

Share

Latinos in Social Media

As the Latino population continues to grow, so does its online presence. A recent study shows that half of US Hispanics/Latinos have an online social media profile. Other studies show the impact Latinos are having in social media and our influence is being noticed by corporate America. A group of Latino leaders in social media […]

Share

Embracing Social Media

Best Buy Co., Inc. recently advertised for a new online marketing job and listed Twitter as recommended experience, specifically requiring at least 250 followers. More companies and organizations are using social media to market their messages and services. A recent report shows that companies with the highest social networking scores had 18 percent higher revenue […]

Share
Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow me on Twitter!