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PRSA Dayton PReSentAtion

Today I am addressing the Dayton Chapter of The Public Relations Society of America on the topic of blogging, podcasting, video, and other forms of content creation.  With all of the hype surrounding Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, it is important to remember the power that these tools can deliver.   I view these […]

MKTFYI: 2010 – The Year in Marketing

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MKTFYI is a periodic podcast produced by Kevin Dugan and yours truly, David E. Bowman where we chat and riff on the world of marketing.  Being late December, we came up with the very original idea of looking back and reviewing marketing in the year 2010.  We even talked special guest Pete Blackshaw, CMO of […]

MKTFYI – The Pilot Episode

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About two years ago Kevin Dugan and I were talking over a cup of coffee in Mt. Adams in Cincinnati.  We were chatting about all things nerdy, marketing happenings, community events, and sharing other miscellaneous tidbits of knowledge.  We had so much fun just talking and riffing that day, and at the end of our […]

The Talking Blog

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My kids watch a cartoon on PBS about a talking dog named Martha.  It turns out the dog ate some alphabet soup and through the magic of television, learned how to speak English.  However, to the dismay of my children, this post is about talking blogs – not dogs. Thanks to BuzzVoice, my blog can […]

Voices – Episode 11: Peter Shankman

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One of my favorite people to follow on the web is PR Guru, Peter Shankman.  Whether he is jumping out of airplanes, constructing an in-home social media battle station, or jetting from city to city, Peter is always up to something interesting.  He is a pioneer in the use of social media and the founder […]

Voices – Episode 10: Andrea Zavakos

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In this episode of voices, I speak with Andrea Zavakos, Director of Human Resources Consulting with Brower Insurance. Andy is a highly respected authority in the field of Human Resources, and she has a lot to say about how the field is evolving. Listen along and hear her thoughts on social media, company culture, job […]

Voices – Episode 7: Elizabeth Riley

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Elizabeth Riley is one of the most well connected people I know.  She knows how to network; she knows people; and she knows what it takes to run a small business.  Elizabeth and her husband Michael own the West Carrollton based business, Insignia Signs. In a time and place where the business climate is difficult […]

Voices Episode 6 – Jason Hillard

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How far would you go to help a friend?  Would you be willing to have one of your organs removed to save them?  No, this is not an intro to a party game about difficult questions, this is a real question – one that was posed to Daytonian Jason Hillard.  Listen as I speak to […]

Voices: Episode 5 – Kate Early

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In this episode I sit down for a chat with fellow board member and chair of the Epilepsy Foundation of Western Ohio, Kate Early. Kate is a dynamic leader, an active member of the Dayton community, and oh… by the way… she is also a practicing attorney with Dayton based law firm Sebaly, Shillito and […]

Voices Episode 4: Jimmy Vee and Travis Miller

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Gravitational Marketing: It Ain’t heavy, It’s Just My Podcast. Yesterday, May 20th, 2008, I had the opportunity to spend an hour talking to Jimmy Vee and Travis Miller – authors of the newly released book Gravitational Marketing. Jimmy and Travis found me through the Physics of Marketing posts series, and thought that it tied in […]