I’ve been really impressed by the team at Revision3 this year and their commitment to great content and the way that commitment comes from the leadership on down. This is a good interview with Rev3 founder, Kevin Rose (by Sarah Lacy), on what’s next for Digg, what’s interesting to him at TC50 and what happened to Pownce (a site I really liked at it’s inception).
This week I’m involved in a pretty amazing event – My ooVoo Day Political (MODP). ooVoo is a video communications platform that allows up to 6 people to chat simultaneously. A couple of months ago, the social media community got together for a charity event – My ooVoo Day – where all the proceeds went to charity. It was quite a success. This time around, My ooVoo Day is about politics.
I am a huge Joss Whelan – Buffy – Serenity fan – he’s imaginative, fun and I love the way he writes his female characters. This is a man who likes women. So I was exceptionally bummed when a studio passed on his Wonder Woman script.
Then out of the writer’s strike came “Dr. Horrible’s Sing Blog“, with Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day. How does that not sound like a great time?
“Dr Horrible” is not a a new TV show or movie. It’s a streaming event, with the first Act starting today (7.15), Act II on 7.17 and Act III on 7.19. The free airings are only available until the 20th and then it’s the looonng wait (hopefuly not) to the DVD release.
Let’s talk social.
Of course this isn’t some indie production with no marketing budget relying on Word of Mouth to drum up interest. This is a guy with a devoted fanbase that will follow him anywhere and to any medium. So instead of the large, mega-ad campaign – they relied on that fanbase to spread the news:
Just start. Now. Or [please] move.Proud New Jerseyan. CCO, Converseon. Breast Cancer Survivor, Photographer. Irish Soul.I'm a marketing and business strategist with over 18 years experience working with a range of clients from technology startups to larger clients including Panasonic, Coca-Cola, Allstate, AutoTrader and Verisign.Besides overall digital strategy consultation for clients, I have also implemented a number of social/technology programs, including social media policy governance/development, company trainings, campaign development and execution, social presence development, community management programs, advocacy/influencer programs, influencer outreach campaigns, white-label social networks, corporate blogs, mobile campaigns and more.Chief Client Officer of Converseon as of June 2013, a digital business consultancy headquartered in New York City.