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Jun 26, 2017

On this week's episode, we invent a new Amazon product. Also, Ken (yes, that Ken) gets a man bun.  

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Wireless and drone execs praised President Trump as he pledged to cut down regulations (Recode)

2. Netflix now has more subscribers than Cable TV in the US (VentureBeat) 

3. Instagram Stories Hits 250 Million Daily Users, Adds Live Video Replays (TechCrunch)

4. Amazon Prime Wardrobe will let you try on clothes before you buy them (The Verge) 

5. Hot Topic: 

Honorable Mention(s)

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet of The Week

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Links not included in show notes - including additional mentions - will be included in the Honorable Mentions blog post. 

Jun 20, 2017

James Ho is a Customer Service Specialist at Zoomph. He's a recent graduate of George Mason University and has also interned with the Washington Redskins prior to joining the Zoomph team. James also spends his spare time coaching lacrosse. 

Hear his story on this week's episode. And of course, Why Does He Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
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Connect with James on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

Jun 19, 2017

On this week's episode, we debate the meaning of life ("The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything is 42"). Also, Amazon continues the march towards world domination. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Tim Cook Says Apple Focused on Autonomous Systems in Cars Push (Apple)

2. Snapchat seduces advertisers with new self-serve tools and certified partners (TechCrunch)

3. Twitter's New Look (Twitter) 

4. Katy Perry's Witness World Wide Generated Over 49 Million Views (Billboard) 

5. Hot Topic: Amazon Acquires Whole Foods for $13.7 Billion

Honorable Mention(s)

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Links not included in show notes - including additional mentions - will be included in the Honorable Mentions blog post. 

Jun 13, 2017

Matt Marcinek is a performance coach, a combat athlete and a motivational speaker. He's also the creator of www.disabledgrappler.com. Having been diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 9 months old - he has inspired many over the course of his career. Ask him and he won't tell you he's defied any odds, he's simply worked hard and continues to do so today.

Hear his story on this week's episode. And of course, Why Does He Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
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Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Matt on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

Jun 12, 2017

On this week's (very special) second episode, we cover all the greatest new announcements from Apple's #WWDC17 Event. This is not your standard episode of Five Favorites! 

Links for this episode are from The Verge. 

Announcements Discussed: 

1. Apple Homepod

2. iMac Pro

3. iOS11

4. ARKIT

5. New iPad

6. New OS: "High Sierra"

7. New Watch OS

8. And some extras...

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Links not included in show notes - including additional mentions - will be included in the Honorable Mentions blog post. 

Jun 12, 2017

On this week's episode, we have a dramatic reading involving pizza and a college application. Also, we pay our respects to Adam West. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Customers Are Already Abandoning DIRECTV Now (The Motley Fool) 

2. Apple Is Going To Let Podcast Creators - and advertisers - see what listeners actually like (Recode) 

3. Microsoft XBox at E3 - The 6 Biggest Disappointments (The Verge)

4. It's official: Yahoo shareholders approve the $4.48 billion sale to Verizon (Business Insider) 

5. Hot Topic: Apple Marketing Executive Bozoma Saint John is Joining Uber as its Chief Brand Officer (Recode) 

Honorable Mention(s)

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet/Post of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Links not included in show notes - including additional mentions - will be included in the Honorable Mentions blog post. 

Jun 6, 2017

Eric Stoller is a higher education consultant, writer, and speaker. He currently serves as a writer/blogger for InsideHigherEd.com and is a soon-to-be father! He is also arguably one of the best-known thought leaders in the higher education space. 

Hear his story on this week's episode. And of course, Why Does He Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Eric on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

Jun 5, 2017

On this week's episode, our honorable mention is a user-requested session around this week's favorite internet topic (#covfefe). Also, Wonder Woman is a terrific film - wonderful even - so go see it. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Apple WWDC 2017: What to expect (CNet)

2. Google Is Building An Ad-Blocker Into Chrome (Social Media Today) 

3. Elon Must, Google and others decry Paris accord decision (VentureBeat)

4. Microsoft Redesigns Skype (The Verge) 

5. Hot Topic: Facebook Live Audio Rolling Out Discussion
*no articles at time of recording*

Honorable Mention(s)

  • Our favorite #covfefe memes (per listener request!) 

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet/Post of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Links not included in show notes - including additional mentions - will be included in the Honorable Mentions blog post. 

May 31, 2017

Emily Miethner is CEO and Founder of FindSpark. In addition, she's an adjunct professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the School of Visual Arts (both in New York City). In her spare time, she also lends her talents to her alma mata, Hofstra University, as part of their Women In Leadership Advisory Board. 

Hear her story on this week's episode. And of course, Why Does She Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

May 30, 2017

On this week's episode, Dave Chappelle gets the respect he deserves. Also, we delay the episode one day because this podcast would not exist without the men and women who have died for the United States of America. Thank you to those who have/do serve. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Zuckerberg Tells Harvard We Need A New Social Contract of Equal Opportunity (TechCrunch)

2. Instagram Direct Now Supports Web Links and Different Photo Orientations (TechCrunch) 

3. Nest's Next Generation Security Camera Could Shoot 4k Resolution (Digital Trends) 

4. Snapchat Bought A Drone Company (The Next Web) 

5. DJI Unveils Spark (BHPhotoVideo) 

Honorable Mention(s)

  • Thoughts and prayers to Uber CEO Travis Kalanick (and family) on the loss of his mother. 

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet/Post of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Links not included in show notes - including additional mentions - will be included in the Honorable Mentions blog post. 

May 23, 2017

Jason Falls is a leading digital strategist, author, speaker and thinker in the digital and social media marketing industry. An innovator in conversation research, Falls leads the Conversation Research Institute, a think-tank and consultancy focused on mining online conversations for consumer insight and market research.

Hear his story on this week's episode. 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Jason on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

May 22, 2017

On this week's episode, Amir's lungs battle a smart bottle. Also, we talk about some of (not all, because that would take forever) the announcements from Google IO. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Apple Plans Laptop Upgrades to Take On Microsoft (Bloomberg) 

2. Facebook Lands Deal to Stream 20 MLB Games Live (Business Insider)

3. Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram Notifications - In One Space (TechCrunch)

4. Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone is Returning To The Company (TechCrunch)

5. All IO17 Announcements (Google) 

Honorable Mention(s)

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet/Post of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

May 16, 2017

Ted is a freelance writer, editor, and marketer. His passion for writing is clear from the moment you meet him and he has embraced social media as an opportunity to meet new people both digitally and in-person.

Hear his story on this week's episode. 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Ted on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

May 15, 2017

On this week's episode, we show appreciation to Moms...and Derek Jeter.. Also, you're right, we forgot to use the womp womp womp sound for dishonorable. We're sorry. We promise it will be back next week. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Apple Sends Out Press Invites WWDC Keynotes on June 5th (Mac Rumors) 

2. Facebook's Rolling Out Group Membership Questions to Improve Filtering Process (Social Media Today) 

3. Snap Stock Tanks After IPO Expenses Run Up A $2.2 Billion Loss for the First Quarter (CNBC)

4. YouTube Is Pouring Millions Into Content Creation and Shows (WERSM)

5. Hot Topic: Amazon Unveils the $230 Echo Show, with a screen for calls, shipping June 28th (TechCrunch)

Honorable Mention(s):

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet/Post of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

May 9, 2017

Jeremiah Barba is a digital marketing manager at Up&Up. He received both his bachelor and master degrees from Bob Jones University. Jeremiah is an experienced speaker/presenter who recently presented at CASE SMC in Los Angelos. He will also be one-half of an upcoming workshop at the eduWeb Digital Summit this August. 

Hear his story on this week's episode. 

This Week on Why I Social, Jeremiah and I discuss:

  • How the arts led him to the marketing profession 
  • How he ended up living in Hawaii for a year
  • Why listening is so important to him

And of course, Why Does He Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
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Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Jeremiah on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

May 8, 2017

On this week's episode, Amir and Chris have strong feelings about Hulu's new redesign. They also strongly consider following Nicki Minaj on Twitter. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Apple's Siri Speaker Could Be Announced at WWDC In June (The Verge) 

2. The $999 Surface Laptop is Microsoft's Expensive Answer to Chromebooks (TechCrunch)

3. Domino's Taps IFTTT to Deactivate Your Garden Sprinkler Automatically In Time for Your Pizza Delivery (The Verge) 

4. Watch How Elon Musk's Boring Company Tunnels Will Move Cars Faster (TechCrunch)

5. (Hot Topic) Hands-On With Hulu's New Live TV Service (TechCrunch)

Honorable Mention(s):

DISHonorable Mention(s)

  • The Google Doc Email Heard Round The World including
    • The person who thought starting with the fake email as HHHHH was a good idea
    • Anyone who clicked it (but seriously, we love you) 

Tweet/Post of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

May 2, 2017

This week on Why I Social, we go back in time to some of the inspirational stories and moments that provide insights into how we can change our own lives. The episodes were pick based on feedback I've heard over the years but are far from the only moments worth going back to. 

Featured in this collection of great advice and motivational moments is:

  • Ahna Hendrix (Episode 58) on the importance of doing other things outside of your business as an entrepreneur, as well as the importance of putting your health and wellness first. 

  • Zoomph CEO Ali Reza Manouchehri (Episode 47) on focus, self-reflection and avoiding YES men.
  • Danny Vecchiarelli (Episode 109) on discovering what he wanted to do and his path to owning a barbershop.

  • Tracy Soren and Jesse Jolles (Episode 70) discuss how getting out of one's comfort zone helped them meet one another and form a professional partnership. 

  • Tim Smyth (Episode 89) on how he brought his passion, comic books, into the classroom. 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

 

May 1, 2017

On this week's episode, Amir and Chris have squad goals. Also, if you want to play a drinking game, take a shot every time Amir says Yaaaas. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Amazon’s Echo Look is a voice assistant with a camera, because that’s not creepy (VentureBeat)

2. 700 Million Monthly Active Users and Counting for Instagram (AdWeek)

3.. 800 Hours of Live Premium Video was Viewed by 45 million viewers in Q1 2017, up 31% + Emoji Search (VentureBeat) 

4. Yik Yak Is Closing (Yik Yak) 

5. Hot Topic: “Rich Kids of Instagram Meets Hunger Games” #FyreFestival (Telegraph)

Honorable Mention(s):

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet/Post of the Week 

  • Lena Schurmann (via Facebook Comment) 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune into Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Apr 27, 2017

Welcome to the seventh episode of Why I Social Sessions - where we bring you short discussions focused on one singular topic. This is not your standard Why I Social episode where we learn about a guest - but instead - we focus on important topics impacting the social media space today.

Today, on Why I Social Sessions, #FiveFavorites co-host Amir Zonozi joins me to talk about the pros and cons of a Twitter button. We also discuss if we think we'll ever get a Twitter edit button. 

On Episode 7 

1. What are the pros of an edit button?

2. What are the cons of an edit button?

3. Do we believe that an edit button is in Twitter's future? 

Following the conversation:

I'd encourage you to use the hashtag #WISSessions to share your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook. 

This Week's Question(s): 

  • Do you think Twitter needs an edit button? 

Music for Why I Social Sessions is "Voice Over Under" by Kevin McCleod 

"Voice Over Under"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Apr 25, 2017

Ijeoma Nwatu Enemanna is a self-employed freelance consultant in the Washington DC metro area. She joins the show following a recommendation from #FiveFavorites co-host Amir Zonozi. She has a BS from George Mason University and (officially) began her professional career in 2009. 

Hear her story on this week's episode. 

This Week on Why I Social, Ijeoma and I discuss:

  • The path that led her to freelance full-time
  • How she motivates herself personally and professionally 
  • What it was like to land that first client

And of course, Why Does She Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
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Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Ijeoma on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

Apr 24, 2017

On this week's episode, Amir and Chris avoid all things in the PR Disaster category - as best as they can at least. Also, a lot of people (still) copy Snapchat. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. The Samsung Galaxy S8 (Video)

2. The FTC Has A Reminder for Brands and Influencers (FTC)

3. Netflix Says It's Competing With Sleep, Not Amazon or Hulu (Fox News)

4. Snapchat Drops to One-Star On App Store (The Hindu) 

5. Hot Topic: Facebook's F8 Conference 

Honorable Mention(s): 

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). Tune in to Honorable Mentions on WhyISocial.com for all the links we didn't discuss. 

Apr 18, 2017

JMatt is a DJ at . In addition to his work at the station as a weekend DJ, he's also a social media marketer who has a passion for social media. 

Hear his story on this week's episode. 

This Week on Why I Social, JMatt and I discuss:

  • How to break into the radio business 
  • The importance of mental health
  • His dream job 

And of course, Why Does He Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Thomas on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

Apr 17, 2017

On this week's episode, Amir and Chris can't avoid making United jokes. Also, Amir broke his drone (again). 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. Apple Rebrands iTunes Podcasts as Apple Podcasts (9to5Mac)

2. Multi-user Support Coming to Google Home (Business Insider)

3. Burger King's New Ad Will Hijack Your Voice-Activated Speaker (Buzzfeed)

4. Instagram Updates - New Stickers and More (Instagram Blog)

5. Hot Topic: United Airlines

  1. Spice/Pepsi/United Joke (original tweet by @LanceBradley) 
  2. Scorpion Stings Man On United Flight (NBC LA)

Honorable Mention(s): 

DISHonorable Mention(s)

  • Too many to pick this week - tune in to hear! 

Tweet of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). 

Apr 11, 2017

This week's episode was recorded at the Kurogo Mobile Conference in Orlando Florida and features Damond Nollan. Damond is IT Director for Web Services at North Carolina Central University. He's also a (proud) father of three. 

Hear his story on this week's episode. 

This Week on Why I Social, Damond and I discuss:

  • How he ended up working in IT Services 
  • His role and methodologies as a manager
  • His takeaways from the Kurogo Mobile Conference

And of course, Why Does He Social?! 

Share your thoughts on this week's episode with #WhyISocial
Subscribe on iTunesStitcher RadioGoogle and Otto Radio
Follow at @WhyISocial.
Connect with Thomas on Linkedin.

Do you have someone you'd like to see on the show? Tweet me at @CBarrows or @WhyISocial using #WhyISocialGuest 

The Why I Social podcast is brought to you by Zoomph.

Zoomph transforms digital marketing with real-times streaming analytics. Our platform provides you with an end-to-end solution to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business from start to finish.

Learn more about Zoomph at http://bit.ly/WhySocialAnalytics

Apr 10, 2017

On this week's episode, Amir and Chris debate the value of a recent fortune cookie. Also, the importance of the Walking Dead to OTT is confirmed. 

This week's Five Favorites: 

1. The Mac Pro Lives (Daring Fireball) 

2. YouTubers Will Need At Least 10,000 Views To Make Ad Money (Engadget) 

3. Twitter unveils a new API platform, roadmap and vision for its developer community (TechCrunch) 

4. YouTube TV Launches in 5 Cities, Inks Deal with AMC (Variety) 

5. Hot Topic: Pepsi Pulls Ad Accused of Trivializing Black Lives Matter (New York Times) 

Honorable Mention(s): 

DISHonorable Mention(s)

Tweet of the Week 

Use the hashtag #FiveFavorites to share YOUR favorite stories each and every week - and YOU may be included on the show (including our new tweet of the week feature). 

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