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Bánh mì and Vietnamese iced coffee in NYC

June 26, 2013


I’m doing some freelance work to spread the word about the Paris Sandwich Cafe in New York City. I stopped in there for lunch today and that’s their Vietnamese Iced Coffee pictured here. They’re working to grow their Facebook following, so check them out if you’re in NYC (they have a location in Jersey City […]

With Washington Post paywall, links on Twitter don’t count against the meter

June 7, 2013


The Washington Post this week announced details on their new paywall, a “metered subscription model,” according to a letter from Post publisher Katharine Weymouth, that will be phased in beginning June 12. Through this new system, anyone accessing The Post’s website “will initially be able to view 20 pieces of content per month before being […]

Spring adult kickball and dodgeball leagues

February 6, 2012


The push is on for our spring WAKA Kickball and Dodgeball leagues. Like it says on our Facebook page right now, “Round up your office team…email your friends and put a group together…or sign-up as a free agent and meet new people. Spring is right around the corner and the options are endless with WAKA!” […]

Summer kickball

May 26, 2011


That’s our new WAKA Kickball flyer, promoting the upcoming summer kickball leagues. Check out a WAKA league near you and get signed up. Check us out on Facebook too. On April 1, we were at 9,696 fans. As of right now, we’re at 11,644. So that’s almost 2,000 new fans in less than two months […]

Flashmobs at the polls

November 2, 2010


Like with every election, it’s been written that some mid-term 2010 races are already over, hours (or even days) before the voting is over. Polls predicting various winners will likely be correct in many cases. But more than ever before, I have a hard time believing anything is over until the last ballot has been […]

The $500,000 Retention Bonus

October 28, 2010


I picked the wrong profession. From a Gawker article: “Google and Facebook are competing so fiercely over some engineers that half-million-dollar retention bonuses are not unheard of.” h/t Jeese Newhart Related Articles Googler Turns Down $500,000 Cash Bonus To Quit And Join Facebook (GOOG) (

Non-Profit Generating Revenue Through Facebook & Twitter

March 9, 2010


The non-profit teaching certification program I work for ran a small promotion on Facebook and Twitter last week and we saw some nice results, bringing in over $12,000 in revenue in one day. The promotion also helped us gain new followers, particularly on Facebook, where we’ve gained about 100 new fans since we first announced […]


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