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Luke Armour – Digital Marketing and Public Relations Observations, Commentary, Frivolity

Luke Armour gives you the rundown on digital communication, Public Relations, and Marketing with special podcast guests.

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Lose the Phone; Get CreativeLukeStudents looking into phones and tablet pc at school - Shutterstock

Sun, 25 Jan 2015 22:57:23 +0000

New Tech City has paired with the phone app Moment to help people rethink your relationship with your tech and is developing a Bored and Brilliant project to “help you detach from your phone and spend more time thinking creatively.”(image)

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Friday Frivolity: A Facebook Update In Real LifeLuke

Fri, 24 May 2013 09:20:10 +0000

Many of us get really frustrated when our online platforms make changes to the user experience. Sometimes we like them, but more often than not, we get really angry and outraged by changes to our favorite social networks. I’m not immune to the anger; I’ve just gotten really good about understanding that I don’t have […](image)

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Internet Party: Social Sites as PeopleLuke

Fri, 22 Mar 2013 18:11:54 +0000

Or, Why Nobody Gets Anything Done On the Web. A new fav. Enjoy. The Google portion is one of my favorites. Also, Facebook not caring. YOLO, LOL, SMRICJRES. Okay, I made that last one up.Filed under: Digital Tools, Frivolity, Internet, Social Media, Social Networks Tagged: Friday Frivolity, internet(image)

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Podcasting Continues its Slow, Steady BurnLukepodcast_logo

Tue, 12 Mar 2013 18:13:47 +0000

I’m happy to report, NPR is celebrating podcasts on Morning Edition. First of all, let me tell you I was caught off guard. I have always felt, anecdotally, that podcasting continued its slow burn of acceptance and usage. But it’s hard to tell as research on it is thin. PEW hasn’t covered it much since […](image)

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Friday Frivolity: Look at this InstagramLuke

Fri, 15 Feb 2013 14:47:15 +0000

During a very interesting professional development presentation at Kent State University yesterday, I was exposed to this highly entertaining video from College Humor: Look at this Instagram. It says a lot about our desperate need to overuse fun social tools. And what it says about us. Visual communication can be an amazing way to tell […](image)

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Mobile and Social Snapshot – Thoughts this weekLuke

Sat, 21 Jul 2012 19:41:11 +0000

A few posts from around the web this week have caught my eye – as well as the eyes of the denizens of my own social networks. I thought I’d share some of those thoughts with you. First, mobile. MarketingProf’s article Mobile Subscriptions to Surpass World Population by 2013  provides some really great insight into the […](image)

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Facebook Timeline: Outrage and now ScamsLukeFreeServiceInconvenience

Tue, 10 Jan 2012 19:27:44 +0000

A lot of folks are hating on the new Facebook Timeline. Personally, I love it. Got my cover image up and am aiming to be a little more creative with the cover image when I get a few minutes. But now the new thing is, as reported by Inside Facebook, is Timeline-related scams develop on Facebook: “A […](image)

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What’s up with Luke Armour?Luke

Thu, 05 Jan 2012 03:39:07 +0000

Hi. I’m Luke Armour. You may remember me from such memorable moments as Friday Frivolity, A Virtual PR Murder Mystery, and even sometimes some thought-provoking articles and podcasts. Recently I made a career change and left my position at Fleishman-Hillard. Many factors contributed, including a lengthy commute, work load/type, travel and being too far from my growing […](image)

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Important Facebook Changes And Why You Should CareLuke

Sat, 01 May 2010 14:10:38 +0000

In an effort to become the center of the social hub and violate your privacy (which, incidentally, Facebook doesn’t believe in anyway), Facebook made some interesting changes recently to…well, nearly everything. As a marketer and, more importantly, your friend, I just want to point a few things out that may be of interest to you. […](image)

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Friday Frivolity – Web Site StoryLuke

Fri, 10 Jul 2009 10:58:07 +0000

Geek dinners tend to resort to nerdy talk about tech news, the latest shiny social media gadget, and the latest social networking stories and stats. In our space, it also tends to turn into a discussion of the latest PR and marketing gaffes. It is called a Geek Dinner, after all. I was pleased, while […](image)

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