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Jul 9 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: The Future Buzz

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by Thomas Hynes

 

By virtue of its very name, The Future Buzz positions itself as ahead of the curve. Here on this blog today is what will be talked about tomorrow. At the very least, this is what people in the PR and marketing industries have, are, and will be talking about throughout their workdays. The blog was started by Adam Singer, and its goal is to help readers "become successful in spreading buzz online for whatever you’re doing on or off the web."

On the blog, you can read about how blogging gets no love these days on one post.  On another post, you can read about how it's a great time to start a blog. At first blush, this may seem contradictory. But, really, The Future Buzz is just painting a fuller picture. And speaking of a fuller picture, on this post you can read about how social media is really a lot more than just Facebook and Twitter. To illustrate this point, there's this post on the recent talk around Oreo's post on Facebook supporting gay pride. Yes, it was on Facebook. But, there was more to it. There was strategy. And there was intention.

This blog describes itself as being "extremely passionate about... anything new that connects us and allows for better communication in our world." It doesn't matter if it's social media, technology or even cookies. It's about sharing stories and ideas, in the past, the present, as well as in the future.

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