The Hidden City Interview: A Full Transcript

On Thursday, November 29, I was contacted by Alex Vuocolo, a freelance writer for Hidden City Philadelphia. He was following up on a lead for a story about the 800 block of N. Opal Street, a small street that runs through Ogden Park and where I also own a piece of property. Since the 1970s (and perhaps before), the area on each side of the street designated for sidewalks has been unused and “adopted” by […]

Can You Make Money With It?

This post was also published on Sounding Board, a blog from The Radio Agency where I serve as a Marketing Consultant. When we’ve written about social media on this blog before, it’s typically been through the lens of “how to use it most effectively” and not one of “how to make money with it.” Recently, however, a number of sources have taken to calling social media — and Facebook in particular — a waste of […]

Using Trigger Events On The Radio

This post was also published on Sounding Board, a blog from The Radio Agency where I serve as a Marketing Consultant. By now you’ve probably seen the terrible pictures of the damage from Hurricane Sandy to the East Coast. Before we talk about using trigger events on the radio, I’d like to remind you that you can give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief by texting REDCROSS to 90999. This donation helps people specifically […]

Beware of Surge Pricing

This post was also published on Sounding Board, a blog from The Radio Agency where I serve as a Marketing Consultant. If you follow me on Twitter (@Kondylas), you know that I occasionally post about a cool start-up company called Uber. Uber is an on-demand private driver available in many large cities (and complete with the spotless black town car or SUV) that aims to replace taxis and limos. You can request a ride at […]

The Debates, Facebook, and Radio

This post was also published on Sounding Board, a blog from The Radio Agency where I serve as a Marketing Consultant. Barack Obama. Mitt Romney. Efficient government. Small government. Pro-choice. Pro-life. Individual donors. Corporate donors. With the first presidential debate of 2012 airing last night, we started thinking about political campaigns.  Let’s face it, we really couldn’t avoid thinking about the election in this age of 24/7 media coverage. But we wanted to look more […]

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