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Everything You Tweet is Fair Game

I often remind executives that when they Tweet something, they are every time providing a quote for a reporter and need to take that into consideration that the contents of the tweet could show up again.

I was reminded of this myself in Sunday’s Sacramento Bee, in the Travel Column by Sam McManis when confronted with a Tweet I had sent nearly a month earlier while waiting for a plane:

THE TWEET

From Josh Morgan (@joshdmorg): “Dear all airport PA announcer script writers, can you stop saying ‘due to increased security.’ It’s been increased for 13 years now.”

— Compiled by Sam McManis, smcmanis@sacbee.com

 

 

 

 

Funny is hard..and Taco Bell on Twitter is up for it.

Who has the keys to your social media car?

Growing up in the 80’s one of the definitive lines when thinking about car keys is from “Parents Just Don’t Understand,” by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince….hmm…wonder if either of them did anything after that?

Oh-kay, here’s the situation

My parents went away on a week’s vacation and

They left the keys to the brand new Porsche

Would they mind?

Umm, well, of course not

I’ll just take it for a little spin

And maybe show it off to a couple of friends

Well what happens when the “Porsche,” is your company’s social media channels and the “parents” are laying off significant amounts of the staff?

This:

 

 

 

No matter what is going on, know who has the keys.

Social Media Class Day 2 Preso

Here’s the socialmediaday2from last night’s second of two classes on social media at UC Davis Extension.  I’ll be putting up some more of the tagged information on delicious laster today – http://del.icio.us/tag/socialmediaspring08.

They’ve asked me to think about what I would like to teach in the Fall semester. Anyone who participated in the class have any ideas?

Freepath is now part of the online conversation

If you have a moment check out Freepath’s new blog. They are in the homestretch of bringing out Freepath 2.0 and they’re highlighting new and and upcoming features.

PS – Yes, Freepath is a client of Morgan/Dorado. They received some coverage when they announced their funding earlier this year.

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