The Marketing Of Air

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

Marketing…who really needs another blog post on that…ugh! Don’t we clutter the web enough with regurgitated content? Well…I’ve got one more post to add to the mix and this one holds about as much weight as the clutter because it talks about nothing but AIR. Air is a powerful force in marketing, and after buying a [...]

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Twitter Visualized

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

Sense I can’t seem to find time to write a real blog post, I thought I would share with you what happens when I get invited to a meeting that I should not have been in.  A sketch book take on Twitter as I see it:

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More Popular Twitter Posts

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

I have received a ton of questions around my Twittering lately.  The majority of the questions ask about what Tweets get the most reaction, and which are my favorite.  I decided to go back a few months and comb through my Direct Messages, @Replies and ReTweets to see which Tweets did indeed resonated. Here is a [...]

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Creative Financial Work

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

Here is another installment of some work examples. This comes from the financial industry, which needs a lot more than good creative to get them out of the situation they are in now! This first example is a game that’s made to help better understand credit scores. The financial industry could use a similar game [...]

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Social Media: Twitter For Business

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

  This is a straight forward guide for how businesses can successfully leverage Twitter.  I have a lot more detail in a presentation deck, so if you are interested shoot me an email.  This information comes mostly from three fortune 500 social initiatives I have worked closely on.  Let’s dive right in… Sign up and listen. Opening an account [...]

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The Future of Twitter

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

I wrote a piece on Twitter’s future that I posted on iCrossing’s ‘Great Finds’ blog.  The post discusses Twitter’s ubiquity, how Twitter could become the mobileequivalent of PayPal, helpful 3rd party software, Speed, and how people are connecting these days.  Instead of regurgitating all the same stuff again, just click over and have a quick read…You will surely [...]

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I, A Beer Crew Urge

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

Someone once said that you can tell a lot about a person from an anagram of their name.  I just found out that ‘I, A beer crew urge’ is an anagram of my full name.  Other such anagrams from my name: I grew a beer cure.  A brewer ice urge.  Beware: rice urge.  Ace beer wire [...]

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Creative Brainstorming

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

I was in Chicago with the Creative Leadership Team a few weeks ago, and as part of the evening festivities we took them to The Second City for a little comedy.  As part of the routine the comedy group did an improv exercise they called Freeze. Here is how Freeze works:  Two comedians get up and start to [...]

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Firefox Covers Banners With Art

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

When I read about a new Fire Fox plug-in today, an ironic smile slid across my face!  A part of business I do is rich media banner campaigns and to think that it might all go away in the name of art left me with a bitter-sweet residue (reader: honestly, it was much more sweet than [...]

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Marketing with God

February 19th, 2013 by tysonhahn

(Reader:  stick with me on this one as the ride will cover religion, giving, research,design, ROI, social media, and music that can’t miss a beat.)  Let’s get started… Some anthropologists out there believe that God was created as a fictional character to promote good.  The idea being that nobody could keep an eye on everyone all the time, [...]

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