Join Social Media Club on Maui for Google Analytics Program

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Since I moved to Maui a year ago, I have been fortunate to be on Oahu for several of the Social Media Club Hawaii (SMCHI) chapter events. The downside is that I haven’t gotten the SMCHI ball rolling very well here on Maui. With the assistance of the Maui Economic Development Board, that is changing! Since it began offering public meetings almost…

Social Media Award

We won! Bare Feet Studios was awarded “Best Social Media Campaign” at the #PEMawards. It was such an honor to be able to share the case study from our client, the Lānaʻi Visitors Bureau, and gain recognition for the New Media Artist-in-Residence program. (More links and the back story below. Photo Credit: Tracy Chan for NonstopHonolulu.) UPDATE: Mahalo to my client Keliʻi…

Summary of New Media Artist-in-Residence Program

cover of 2011 report on the Lanai Visitors Bureau blogger program

It is the last day of 2011 and I want to add an exclamation point of gratitude on each of my blogs – most of which suffer from neglect from me. It was my friend and Maui blogger Liza Pierce’s idea: let’s all write a blog post for January 1st! So, I’ve set this to post just one minute in to the…

Welcome Pacific Business News Readers!

We are graciously featured in several articles in today’s PBN as we call it locally. Social Media is really getting a lot of coverage these days and deservedly so. I want to thank them for all the interviews and quotes and I want to welcome YOU to our Bare Feet Blog! Lots of their content is for subscribers however you can get…

What is Social Media Club Hawaii?

If you are in a hurry, watch the one-minute video! If you have a minute or two, I’ll give you some more info. Shane and I are founding members of the Social Media Club, a nonprofit educational organization celebrating its fifth year in existence. It was started by Chris Heuer and Kristie Wells in San Francisco, with the motto of “If you…

Hawaii Social Media Trends 2011 – SMCHI, Jan 18

Those smiling faces are Malia Yoshioka of WhyGoHawaii and Randi Okuhara of the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel Social media planning is like any other business practice: the questions you ask will enable the optimal strategic considerations. This is a distinctly different modus operandi than follow the herd or panic jumping. There is no “one size fits all” solution, however by examining the…