Michael Q Todd20 hours ago
Cheers Ryan yeah sure has been working a treat. getting a lot of folk direct messaging me that is the only downside. Just have to ride through that. keep calm and follow on
Ryan Biddulph21 hours ago
I love this strategy, as following people - and actively engaging active tweeters - puts you in the stream and maximizes the number of people following you. Thanks so much for sharing....tweeting through Triberr!
Meghan M. Biro2 days ago
I love John Legend. So there Bruce! LOL. Emotion matters in marketing. You must live the brand :-)
Bruce Sallan2 days ago
I think he's another one of the celebrities dissing Israel so, if that's true, I don't care a THING about ANYTHING he has to say - he can join Penelope Crud, her husband Harvey Bardumb, and Madummy as far as I'm concerned in their HATE and vile lies! I have no passion about this...lol.
Kayelle Allen2 days ago
Definitely not afraid to take risks. I often ask myself whether I would try something if I knew I couldn't fail. Then I go ahead and try it. The worse will be that it doesn't work, which just shows me one way *not* to do something. Great post. Thanks for sharing.
Bruce Sallan2 days ago
Uh, buy shoes and/or a designer handbag?
Amberr Meadows21 hours ago
All-in-all, the rep needed to just cancel the service. Ryan Block only got on the line after his wife tried to politely cancel service. The rep was a dick and totally out-of-line.
Laura E. Pence22 hours ago
I've heard this call before. Let's just say, as a former call center employee who worked in retention (which is clearly the department we're listening to in this case)... the caller is a dick. The poor Comcast rep is simply trying to do his job. We don't even have the entire conversation; I wonder what our difficult caller had to say before he lets us in on the call? There is a process to cancel anything and the call could have been completed in under 2 minutes if the guy would have answered a few very simple questions, which the rep is required to ask, such as "Why do you want to cancel?" I mean, that's really difficult, isn't it. I really don't understand why people are so sympathetic to this caller, other than that Comcast is the most hated company in America. I hate them, but that doesn't mean I'll call up and torture the reps that work there! Geeze.
Carolyn Nicander...2 days ago
Ryan, you should definitely take the quiz. You may be shocked at how accurate your personal heat map is in showing where you've lived.
Yes, Mullica Hill is a charming town outside Philadelphia. We get our hoagies from Wawa in Philly. ;-)
Ryan Biddulph2 days ago
The second I say "dawwwg", people know I am from New Jersey Carolyn. More of an accent thing than word usage, but it's something I find funny. I do know of certain folks down my sister's way in Mullica Hill, who talk of hoagies (submarine sandwiches), and I am a bit confused, not being from the Philly area ;) Fun share, tweeting it through Triberr.
JOHN KEVIN3 days ago
Your welcome Yolanda. Yes It has three more seasons in store. Visit this site and share/tweet it to your friends and fellow fans of The Big bang Theory: http://www.hallels.com/articles/2922/20140729/sheldon-cooper-leaving-the-big-bang-theory-the-big-bang-theory-s-jim-parsons-quitting-show-hoax-goes-viral-actor-unsure-of-return.htm
Yolanda Newton...3 days ago
Thanks for the update. I love this show. Hope is has another season or two left!
Mary Green2 days ago
I feel the same way, Melissa. I would have thought all of the support from small businesses was a good thing for Facebook but to see the way they basically slap them in the face- I guess not. Have you tried any advertising there?
Melissa K. Clinton3 days ago
I think Facebook is steadily ruining a once fabulous format for small independent businesses. Shame on them! I love my Facebook and my followers, but I can't pay $10 a day to keep in touch with them. *sigh
Bruce Sallan1 hour ago
I was literally BLOWN AWAY by this great film. In many ways, it's the contemporary equivalent of Star Wars...that kind of mythic action with the best effects of the day (as were Star Wars effects in its day). I was mesmerized. Yeah, some corny lines, but the production looked just incredible. And, I could look at green Zoe all day, every day!
Maria Elena Duron5 hours ago
I see you read the title, Bruce :) And, I agree. I have 3 boys and I taught them all about saying thank you and even how-to write thoughtful handwritten thank you notes. However, saying thank you is not something reserved for one time events. Or, not only for "you give me something tangible" then I'll be grateful. What I write about in the post is the appreciative mindset and that it's a daily lifestyle and not a one time event. Hope you enjoy! And, I always appreciate our interaction.
Bruce Sallan6 hours ago
Burden? Are you kidding me?! Someone gives you a gift - especially to our kids - and writing a "Thank You" is a burden? If that's the attitude, return the gift or give it to someone who will REALLY appreciate it!