1. Video on Ragan.com: Measuring Social Media. The No. 1 Question You Should Ask.
Honestly, not completely revealing but certainly worth the four or so minutes.
2. The Oatmeal.com: The Three Most Common Uses of Irony.
Comedy gold. Grammar platinum.
3. Adage.com: How CW Marketing Exec Helped Reshape Network-Marketing Landscape.
I love aggressive marketing. If it turns heads, it wins. Most of the time, anyway.
The Oatmeal is everything great about the Internet: very witty, highly random musings on everyday things that get under our skin. To say it’s “snarky” is to say Big Macs have a few calories.
People like me love The Oatmeal because one of their running comic themes is on grammar. They are actually very helpful and I often use them as a reference. However, you need to use caution when visiting because the site will quickly become that shiny thing in the corner when it’s time to get a client’s blog entry posted. So yeah, um, if I’m late on something, blame The Oatmeal.
Anyway, here’s a great one on “The Three Most Common Uses of Irony.”
Please read it. Then get distracted with this one.