Tag Archives: consumer behavior

Answering Your Top 5 Questions About the Facebook IPO and Facebook IPO Price

If you’re anything like me (read: not a Wall Street junkie), you’re scratching your head wondering why the Facebook IPO (NYSE: FB) and Facebook IPO price  are such a big deal. If anything, some of us are moderately concerned that Facebook’s big push into the public spotlight might negatively impact our own little profile pages in the world’s favorite social media …

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The future of our networked society

This week, I found myself inspired by the video “On the Brink” and as soon as I watched it, I wanted to share it with my #Shift readers. It explores the rapid change we are all in the midst of and a part of, and how technology now enables humans to more fully actualize what we truly are. This new, …

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#ShiftNYC Continues with Broadcast and New Media

PGi Shift event

The second day of the #ShiftNYC event brought with it a generous and intelligent panel including participants from SocialTV, OMD, Social People, Edelman Digital and others speaking on the evolution of media and the new demands of audience engagement. This session discussed social media metrics and how measurement can take our attention away from the bigger picture of relationships. Our …

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Sales Tax as the New Tithe

For the past 3 days, I’ve been teleworking from my hometown of El Paso, Texas. Being around my family — the people who have taught me most of my spiritual and moral values (e.g., treat others as you would want to be treated, be responsible and volunteer as much as you can) —  I am always taught something new. Though …

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