Social Media Marketing Pioneer @TedRubin describes his biggest marketing disappointment

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Click here if you can’t see my interview with Ted Rubin.

Ted Rubin has been on the forefront of social media marketing innovation but when I asked him what was his exciting him about the future, he had a very surprising answer. I liked the conversation so much that I knew I needed to record it for all my friends on {grow}! It’s a short interview but Ted talks fast so he covers a lot of ground, including:

  • Disconnect between agency pitches and business needs
  • The glacial rate of social media change at the enterprise level
  • The number one reason social media is not being spread to employees
  • The need for a small-town mentality on the web

I’m sure you’ll enjoy this discussion. Let me know what you think in the comment section below!

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Lorde Parody Accurately Describes Life in Your Thirties

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Oh, to be young again. It’s difficult to look at a generation younger than yours and not be slightly jealous of the youth they’re taking for granted

L.A.-based comedian Molly Dworsky felt enough nostalgia for her high school years to write a parody of Lorde‘s hit tune “Royals.” Dworsky complains about the cost of healthcare, weight gain and various adult responsibilities.

Most of us would probably take gaining a few pounds and gray hair over going back to high school any day

A sampling of lyrics:

“My friends and I can tell we’re old
We count our dollars in our IRA while you party
And once we’re in our comfy clothes
We watch YouTube clips
Eat chips and feel self-pity Read more…

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