Maui Visitors Bureau Explains How to Manage Risk and Social Media

I interviewed Charlene Kauhane (of Kauhane Inc.) and Keliʻi Brown of the Maui Visitors Bureau over at the Ulupalakua Ranch on Maui. I had been hired to create, staff, and execute a Social Media Campaign for the Bureau, all in the span of less than six weeks. There are many discussion points in here: How speed is affecting business and marketing The…

@Shane Talks Video with @AndyBumatai

Andy Bumatai is a well known comedian from here in Hawaii who has upgraded his personal brand to version 2.0. He has taken his http://theandybumataishow.com/, he uses Twitter to announce each episode and to attract guests, as well as keep the connection alive and well during the show. Bare Feet Studios partner Shane Robinson is a guest today. You can watch the…

24 Hour Podcast – Raising Funds for Disabled Veterans

Once again the amazing Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central is conducting a 24 Hour Podcast Marathon to raise donations for Disabled Veterans. Once again I am going to be a guest on the show, and as I’ll be arriving at Todd’s 23rd hour, I am working on some outlandish things to say to make sure he stays awake! I’ve embedded the…

TechZulu Interview with Rox and Shane

It’s not often that we see Shane in front of the camera! Here’s an interview (link has expired) with the awesome folks at TechZulu, filmed in Las Vegas at the New Media Expo in August. TechZulu “provide(s) interviews from CEO’s for startup companies, Tech Stars of Web 2.0 to spotting Under the Radar companies. Our goal is to provide quality content for…

BizNet on Podcamp: How to Do a Skype Interview

I was interviewed at 7 am this morning by Shauna Nicholson of BizNet Internet Solutions. You can watch the interview below to learn more about Podcamp Hawaii. Shauna knows her stuff and this process illustrates a number of great examples (and a few opportunities for improvement) for conducting successful interviews using the social web, and Skype in particular. All of this has…

Audiences are Messy Too

Yesterday I wrote about customers being messy, and that it is our job to work with, rather than expect them to use our products and services only as the engineers intended. Well, audiences can be the same! The Sarah Lacy keynote interview of Mark Zuckerberg yesterday was a very educational event. As a public speaker with 20 years experience, I shared the…