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Getting The Most From Jive From The Hive

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Blog, Branding, Featured, Jive From The Hive, time management

Getting The Most From Jive From The Hive

   H ello my fellow online adventurers! A few years ago, (seems like a million days ago in online time) I started this little blog called JiveFromTheHive.  After 15 years of digital and search engine optimization it was time to share my knowledge with those that would listen. I would indulge in blogging late at night after fulfilling my corporate responsibilities. Jive From The Hive offers a bunch of knowledge and tips but there is a spice of my opinions embedded in...

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Why Your Community Management Kinda Sucks

Posted by on Sep 21, 2011 in Bad Branding, Branding, Community, Consumer, content, Corporate, Featured, Jive From The Hive, Solution

Why Your Community Management Kinda Sucks

So those who know me know I have taken time off to write and plan my next big business endeavors and expose some small accomplishments in the next couple weeks. I’ve tended to working with elite group of clients and taking on a few pre-selected clients. Regaining a solid platform and setting sights on some new goals. With several new community and content sites launching in the Fall and Yup! I’m excited! Taking time this summer has been gratifying to step back...

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Fast Cats Catamaran Sailing

Posted by on Aug 5, 2011 in Jive From The Hive, Online Community

Fast Cats Catamaran Sailing

Racing is a part of life. A to B then zig zag to get to Z. In my family, racing Catamarans is the way we were raised. Nothing is more soothing then the cool breeze of the ocean air over the trampoline and the ocean mist rolling by. Take time to live life off-line. The best parts are off-line.

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Roosevelt Contemplating Spot

Posted by on Aug 5, 2011 in Jive From The Hive, Online Community

Roosevelt Contemplating Spot

Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill is an amazing seclusion from the world. In the hey-day where I’d get the shakes if my wifi isn’t nearby it is hard to imagine the world and being left up to my own devices and only an early telephone to instruct the government to do in Washington. Theodore Roosevelt had one of those personas that many men may never accomplish. This summer I was able to spend time sitting in Roosevelt’s office, trophies on the walls,...

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Times of Legacy

Posted by on Aug 5, 2011 in Jive From The Hive

Times of Legacy

This summer was laid out to outline the definitive end of my mini-sabbatical. I have the excellent honor of spending time on Long Island with Ms. Hoest. Those that do not know Ms. Hoest know of her husband who was the creator of  The Lockhorns. To say she is amazing in her 80’s is an understatement. Quite frankly, I am not sure if I could have even kept up with her at Studio 54 in NYC during the 1970’s. After the lunch we had her thoughts shared made me...

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