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Twitter is Finding its Groove

June 22, 2012


Don’t look now but here comes Twitter. I know what you are thinking, “Twitter has been here. Where have you been?” But let’s face it while Twitter and Facebook are probably the two most recognized social media platforms there is no comparison in size, engagement level or ease of use. Facebook — love it or […]

Improve Your “Once Upon a Time” Skills

May 25, 2012


It’s great when the various pieces of my far-flung enterprises connect. For instance, this article I wrote for the Billboard Top 40 Update this week that’s all about how to be a better storyteller; an art form that every host can benefit to study a little more closely. Here’s a few great thoughts from the piece: You […]

A President’s Day Guide to Better Tweeting

February 20, 2012


Since I don’t need any new sheets  or pillow cases, I’m not going to completely take President’s Day off but, since it’s a federal holiday, I am going to take it a little bit easy by borrowing some content for this post. As you may know, in addition to this blog I also write a weekly newsletter […]

Who’s In Your Heavy Rotation

December 14, 2010


Since the dawn of Top 40 radio the charts have been a resource for program directors in all formats helping track whats popular across the country. Now Billboard, the holy grail of chart keeping, has announced a new chart that is actually valuable for talent. The venerable magazine turned Web site has launched The Social 50, which […]