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More wacky personal finance video.
More mobile blogging.
More DC social media.
And where Friday’s Fiscal Tickle continues each week.
Stop by anytime.
You’re always welcome at the new digs!
I’ll be on Jonny Goldstein’s live web show "Jonny’s Par-tay" —
talking on Utterz & DNC coverage this August, DC social media,
blogging…all filtered through high degrees of fun.
…and chat it up.
There will be a live chat room for the ever hip YOU to participate.
Why: …because par-tays with you are fun!
For more info:
http://www.jonnyspartay.com or jillfoster.name
As long as you’re with us, the Par-tay never stops.
When: Weds, June 11, 9-10PM Eastern
Interactivity: As always, you are invited to text chat us live. It’s a Par-tay!
Jonny & Scott, the Par-tay Maestros themselves.
Note from the wacky:
Sharing my family’s high, low, & zany moments in personal finance (…via short-winded video) remains a passion at Housewifery’s blog. Those quirky cuts will continue.
I’m also learning more slowly but surely about larger financial events & concerns along the way. I’d like to learn more about financial scenes beyond my own backyard. And hopefully not take it all too seriously despite the world’s often sober fiscal reality.
Thus comes Housewifery’s new weekly series: the Friday Fiscal Tickle. For a smirky digest on world financial events, take a peek each week. By all means, your thoughts & eye rolls are welcome anytime.
Last night’s event was:
…and audience-driven with lots of DC Media Makers in the room. Marketing guru Rohit Bhargava offered specific examples and insight on how small businesses can build authentic brands – fueled with personality – in our social media age. Lots of Q&A with the audience took place.
And Media Producer & Show Host Jonny Goldstein from Jonny’s Par-tay interviewed Rohit in front of a live audience at Busboys and Poets. Thanks to Network Solutions, we all were full with a great night, complete with wine & drink!
Marketing maven and author Rohit Bhargava responds to the crowds’ questions. In this case he’s citing an example on how a plumber, as a small business, might better personalize his customer service (and thus, create a more unique brand in the process).
For a fun archive of the full interview per Jonny’s live web show: http://www.jonnyspartay.com