Tag Archives: Relationships

The Family that Memes Together

If you frequent any social media platform with any sense of regularity, at some point or time you have the seen the meme above. For the uninitiated, a text box or text bubble would be placed on all three people … Continue reading

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When is a Gun not a Gun?

Jay Feely’s homage to the “Reggie” scene from Bad Boys 2 drew ire over the weekend. Let’s look at the image through three lenses: comedic value, civic value, and family value. Comedic value In less than 2 days, Jay’s post … Continue reading

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Donnie, why no friends?

This President of our United States has been reported to be without close friends. In September 2017, Politico magazine dubbed him “The Loneliest President.”  For argument’s sake, assuming there’s a shadow of truth behind this bit of fake news, one … Continue reading

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A social media-centric approach to car ownership programs

Car ownership programs have one thing in common – their goal is to place working cars into the hands of families and individuals that would not otherwise be able to afford them. Two operating models of dominate the landscape.  The … Continue reading

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How to Visualize Your Social Networks

In the article titled “3 Benefits of Mapping Your Network” by Karl Stark and Bill Stewart, co-founders of Avondale, the authors discuss how creating visual depictions of their social media networks showed them ways to grow their business through relationships, referrals, … Continue reading

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