Feel the frustration as I repeatedly tried to resuscitate our old HP C6150 All-In-One, after receiving Ink System Failure messages that could not be bypassed or hard-booted over or anything! (Flickr Album Gallery Plugin testing)
HP C6150 Dead Ink Delivery System – Failure But Not Without Trying
(Credit inserted by the plug-in. Probably can pay my way out of that. But it works, so that’s cool. Need an embed looking, instead of all thumbnails, view…maybe an embed with both Big picture and thumbnails at bottom kind of thing)
Here’s little 02 Magenta Bleeding Out After Ink System Failure (Remote Media Libraries plugin test)
Next step: Cheap service or proper burial. Obit to come
The 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tips off on Thursday, March 19, 2015, 9:15am PT with Midwest Region #3 Notre Dame v #14 Northeastern. Our South Region #8 San Diego State Aztecs start their quest for the title versus #9 St. Johns at 6:40pm PT on Friday, March 20.
I will be experimenting with live event engagement here on the blog and on social media, so LEAVE A COMMENT HERE and check me out on Twitter and Instagram @VinceOutlaw!
Who would have thought that this weekend’s game between our San Diego State University Men’s Basketball Aztec’s and the Boise State Bronco’s would have been so big when this crazy season started…BUT IT’S NOW HUGE! The Mountain West Conference lead will be decided with this game, the eventual champion may well be this game’s winner, and I would have never thought that Boise, with their pre-season ranking of #5 in the MW, would be here. Here’s some of the pre-game hype so far…
Mountain West bracketology update: San Diego State appears to be the only lock for the NCAA Tournament – Our Aztecs are looking at 7 or 8 seed in a 16 team NCAA Regional bracket, but winning out the season could improve that a few rungs and keep us away from a big 2nd round team like Kansas or North Carolina…but a Cincinnati rematch might be in the works too!
Mountain West Basketball: Is San Diego State vs. Boise State the biggest conference game of the year? Back in the Polls, Polee is back, back in Viejas, and MW and NCAA tournament seedings in the balance all make for a great game. And did we mention revenge for the 61-46 loss at Boise in Feb?
Polee diagnosed with cardiac arrhythmia: All the details on Dwayne’s conditions, considerations, and return. POOOOOOO-LEEEEEEEE. POLEE. POLEE. POLEE.
Just completed Positioning Against Ad Networks, the last of three training sessions for Ad Representatives in Greater Public’s Digital Leapfrog series. While pretty basic, it has been a real eye-opener about the benefits of digital advertising that a public media outlet can offer as opposed to utilizing popular programmatic ad networks. I’ve learned a lot!
One thing that I mentioned in my comments back to Greater Public, is that it would be really good to see a capability road-map or maturity model that could be applied to an enterprise like San Diego’s Jazz 88.3 that is considering upping it’s game to greater leverage the great digital assets that exist there, like a fantastic audience, world-class playlist, comprehensive jazz and blues calendar, and more. Lots of possibilities!
UPDATE: The GP site has the start to a roadmap or checklist in their instructions on how to utilize some of the training material, although we may need to back up a bit further and find out how we get the ad inventory infrastructure in place to make digital ad products available in the first place 😉 Anyway, here’s some things to do:
- Conduct a thorough review of the digital ad products available at your station, including ads on the station’s website(s), smartphone site(s), mobile app(s), newsletters, audio streaming, podcasts, on-demand audio and videos.
- Determine inventory forecasts for each ad product
- Update marketing materials to reflect current offerings and prices
- Ensure a calendar system for bookings are in place
- Identify a process for submitting ads for trafficking
- Identify any limitations in how ads can be trafficked
I’m filling out a new resume form for a Digital Marketing Technology Specialist and was asked for a Job Description and Job Duties / Accomplishments as it relates my work at San Diego’s Jazz 88.3. I thought it might do me good to put it out here and see if I might get any feedback on it.
As Social Media Marketing Manager, I work with station underwriting, promotions, programming, and website management to develop and execute social media marketing plans designed to fulfill the station’s mission to present, promote, and preserve the important art form of Jazz.
As On-Air and Event Host, I program and deliver regularly scheduled shows featuring pre-recorded and live Jazz music, interviews, and news and augment these shows with digital media to promote these shows.
Job Duties / Accomplishments
As Social Media Marketing Manager: Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy and Research in the Public Radio and Entertainment industries, develop and maintain social media publishing schedules integrated with schedules for other marketing and related campaigns and initiatives, develop campaign content, analyze results using a variety of analytics platforms, engage social media users on a variety of platforms and channels, and recommend and implement related and integrated technology supporting marketing, communications, and customer service. On the Jazz 88.3 Blog, I have increased page views and unique visitors, while on our social media channels, we have steadily increased engagement and click thru rate.
As On-Air and Live Event Host, research the latest in New Jazz Music and the entertainers and industry innovators making it, contact, schedule, and conduct Live and Pre-recorded interviews, schedule and execute programs in both live and pre-recorded settings, and produce web and social media content related to these shows to both promote and preserve these events.
Businesses can’t go wrong investing in their website, which in the digital marketing world would fit into the “owned media” category…you own the platform, the content, the whole she-bang. It’s really good to know what the other media options are and here’s a great table from a 2009 Forrester post Defining Earned, Owned And Paid Media | Forrester Blogs.
It’s also interesting that Twitter is put into this Owned Media category since it’s their platform, but it’s logical in that all of your followers see all of your content, as opposed to Facebook algorithm controlling what comes up in your timeline. Good point.
My objective is help people succeed in the use of new and emerging Digital Marketing techniques, such as Inbound Marketing, and technologies, such as Social Media Management suites, Analytics and Big Data, to achieve their enterprise and functional goals and objectives. I will leverage my deep and broad experience of 30 years engaging customers in development of goals and objectives, the successful application of people, process, and technology over these 30 years, and a passionate desire to learn what’s next to achieve this.