Monthly Archives: March 2011

Web Analytics Wednesday: Burlington Vermont April 13th 2011

  Thoughtfaucet is excited to announce the return of Web Analytics Wednesday to Burlington Vermont on April 13th 2011 6pm-8pm at 156 Bistro.       Basic schedule of the evening is like so:       6:00 pm: Hang out, check in, network 6:30 pm: Brief presentation: “Measuring the success of a Webinar” by […]

Social Customer Service: a mindmap of Bill Gerth (Comcast) & Morgan Johnston (JetBlue) presentations to the Burlington VT Social Media Breakfast (#BTVSMB)

[Please welcome a new voice to the Thoughtfaucet blog: Apprentice Entrepreneur Brett Chalupa. He is a freshman college student with exceptional initiative. I hope you value his thoughts and observations as much as I do. –Gahlord] Social customer service was the topic of the March #BTVSMB (Burlington, VT Social Media Breakfast) this past Monday. Social […]

Listen locally

One of the things I guess I’m known for is talking about listening. [blackbirdpie id=”35819072495026176″] I’ve written a little bit about listening and strategy before, too. In this post, I want to cover some things on listening and location. So instead of saying “Who do you listen to?” or “What do you listen for?” there […]

Step by Step: How to Configure a Hootsuite Stream for Location-based Twitter Search

Need to make a location-specific search stream in Hootsuite? Here’s the tutorial.


What the heck is a geofence?

Geocoded Twitter Searches, a reference of location-specific search strings for Twitter clients.

Looking for examples of location-based Twitter searches that work in Tweetdeck, Hootsuite and other Twitter clients? Here they are!

Step by Step: How to Configure Tweetdeck to Search Near a Location

How do you get Tweetdeck to display just Tweets from a specific area?

Figuring out the geocode (lat and long) of a location.

If you need to know the map coordinates of a location, how do you find them?

Thoughtfaucet Apprentice Lab: Gist

This online event already happened. Probably be a followup post in awhile. If you don’t want to miss things like this in the future, add yourself to the notification list by filling out the form at the bottom of this post. This Sunday I’m going to be training the Thoughtfaucet Apprentices to use Gist, a […]

Burlington Vermont Snowday.

Warning: This post has no information related to marketing, communication, emerging technologies, SEO or Google or social media or anything. Instead, it has skiing. We got a lot of snow today. I got to work on cross country skis. This is how I would like to get to work every day.