Daily Dish 8-29-12: Google+ For Business, Scheduled Tweets, BIC Boo-boo, and Ecce Homo

A friend sent this to us last night.

Advertising Ecce Homo

Yep. That sums it up.

And now, the news…

thinkLA Corporate Member: Google

Google Enters The Social Enterprise With Public Debut Of Google+ For Businesses, Free Through 2013

By Sarah Perez – TechCrunch

Following moves that began last October, when Google began allowing Google Apps users access to Google+, the company announced today several more features which are aimed at pushing Google-branded social experiences deeper into the business world. Read more…


Why Prescheduled Tweets Are The Most Horrible Thing In The World–Half The Time

By Allison Graham – Fast Company

HootSuite can help you be “present” online even when you aren’t–but is a scheduled tweet the paragon of inauthenticity? Read more…


How BIC Could Have Avoided the ‘BIC for Her’ Social Debacle

By B.L. Ochman – AdAge

BIC Deserves the Criticism, But Ignoring It Is Making Matters Worse. Read more…


thinkLA Corporate Members: Out and About

Ignited Beach Party

It looks like a few of thinkLA corporate members were out about town, enjoying the last little bit of summer this week. We spotted Ignited and RAPP causing shenanigans down by the beach, and Resolution Media and Adconion doing great things for the community.

We’d love to hear more summer stories from our members. Please do share by commenting below or sending an email to content@thinkla.org.

Speaking of fun in the sun, thinkLA is still  looking for volunteers for our Charity Golf Day on September 11 to benefit Ad Relief of Greater Los Angeles. Please contact Meghna@thinkLA.org if you can help out!

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