Social media’s ability to help businesses engage with their members, users and audiences is becoming increasingly more common, and something what many in the communications field have actively been encouraging their clients to do. What’s particularly interesting, though, is social media’s broader ability to quickly share and disseminate critical information when things go wrong, wrong […]
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Voce NationOctober 23rd, 2007
Welcome to the second installment of our video series 5×5, in which we introduce viewers to companies that are offering interesting, practical and useful services or products. In 5×5 we cover about five questions in around five minutes, without any hype. In this video, I interview Bryan Zmijewski, Chief Instigator at LuckyOliver. Bryan talks about […]
Voce NationOctober 14th, 2007
Along with the relaunch of the Voce Nation, we’ve rolled out some cool new content. One of those is the video series 5×5, in which we introduce viewers to companies that are offering interesting, practical and useful services or products. Why the name 5×5? Well, because we cover about five questions in around five minutes […]
Voce NationAugust 15th, 2007
Voce is bringing out the PR, media and marketing tech community to support Girls For A Change, a national organization that empowers young women to create social change in their communities.
Join us at the Rockit Room to raise money, listen to some great music and party with friends. Don Clark and his band, Off the Record, will take the stage at 8pm. Guitars and amps will be smashed around midnight.
Hope to see you there!
What: Girls For A Change Benefit Where: Rockit Room 406 Clement Street (between 5th and 6th Ave.) San Francisco When: September 12 @ 7pm Why: Raise Some Money for a Good Cause Entertainment: Off the Record Band
Voce NationAugust 4th, 2007
In the Fall of 2006, long before the historical CNN-YouTube Democratic Candidate debate, before Barely Political’s Obama Girl took center stage, and before Hillary Clinton’s user-generated campaign song contest – sources including the New York Times and the L.A. Times already predicted the upcoming 2008 election to be the “YouTube Election.” Having been a political […]
Voce NationJuly 26th, 2007
How we measure success is by providing killer counsel, strategy and implementation for our clients. But it also feels great to get kudos from the media, since it’s the journalists and influencers we work with who ultimately help our clients’ tell thier stories. That said, we’re particularly proud of being recognized as a Top Tech […]
Voce NationMay 23rd, 2007
If you haven’t seen it yet, check out the May 15th issue of the The Wall Street Journal. Enterprise software reporter, Vauhini Vara, wrote a great article focused on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) titled, “Web-Based Software Services Take Hold,” that deserves some added attention. Long-time Spend Management blogger, Jason Busch, also called some attention to the WSJ […]
Voce NationMay 8th, 2007
Rarely do you hear about reporters suing one of the companies they cover, but that’s exactly what the NY Times and others reported yesterday regarding a handful of reporters involved in the Hewlett-Packard pretexting scandal. Three journalists from CNet Networks, including Dawn Kawamoto, Stephen Shankland, and Tom Krazit intend to sue HP for invasion of […]