Emily Hay, the founder of Hay There Social Media and our social medial expert, talks about ways of making your business stand out from the crowd.
Lisa Alberts, VP Creative Strategy, is helping a Traverse City winery become the toast of the Internet.
Derek Turner, CEO of Grand Circus presents the cutting edge training being done by this Detroit startup to develop the next generation of IT Pro’s for the new economy. The company is coming up on 2 yrs since launch and in that time they have taught more than 600 people some form of tech skill. Their main focus now is intensive 8-Week boot camps and they just graduated their 100th student.
Mayor Jim Ellison shares the vision for transforming a small corner of downtown real estate into a futuristic hub for Internet connectivity, smart car charging stations and entertainment in the heart of one of America’s …
Our social media expert, Emily Hay was honored by the Detroit Chapter of Women in Communication for “innovatively using a communications medium during the past year.” She shared the honors with famous chef Keith Famie and Marilyn Trent of Trent Creative.
Emily Hay of Hay There Social Media will be recognized with a Vanguard Award for innovatively using a communications medium during the past year. Hay is founder of Hay There Social Media and TweetTeam™, delivering social media marketing services to a variety consumer-focused clients. She also is the co-creator of “Saving Face for Parents and Schools,” an online video program helping parents and educators coach tweens to become smart digital citizens. A Birmingham resident, Hay is a public speaker, social media contributor to the Internet Advisor show on WJR 760 AM and a contributing professional on “Live in the D” airing on WDIV/NBC Detroit. She was named one of “30 in their 30s” by DBusiness magazine and one of “52 Empowering Women of 2013” by the WooHoo Radio Network. Hay is a volunteer with Challenge Detroit and a partner at Cornerstone Schools.
Join our hosts Gary Baker, Ed Rudel, Shane Hamelin and Foster Braun and they look at the Apple Spring forward event (3/9/15.) Was it really about Apple Watch or even about the 12 ” MacBook Retina? Maybe we all missed the main point of the dog and pony show in Cupertino!
Mike Brennan, Editor and Host of MiTechNews
Emily Hay, founder of Haytheresocialmedia describes a new way to get your message out to a select group of people quickly with Twitter’s new Group Messaging. She will also tell us what moms thought about the Super Bowl Ads and her recent appearance on TV as part of a select panel of local experts.
Jeff Courter is the founder of a Grand Rapids based company which recently secured new venture capital to launch its first hunting app Sportsman Tracker this coming March. Jeff’s idea has found enthusiastic acceptance and the app is almost ready to launch. Full details follow.
Richard Stiennon, President of IT-Harvest is an international authority on security and a frequent contributor to the Internet Advisor. Richard will give us his outlook on top security concerns from a global and national perspective. Will this state sponsored hacking go from Cold War to a very Hot War with an attack on our infrastructure?
Ridgely Evers, CEO of TrustPipe reveals a new way of security your computer, servers and even hardware against the slickest attacks by hackers. Don’t miss this conversation; it could be the difference between security and misery in 2015.
Mike Brennan, Editor and Host of MiTechNews
Emily Hay , founder and CEO of HayThereSocialMedia and our social media expert, looks into her crystal ball and tells us what to …
Our social media maven, Emily Hay, founder of Hay There Social Media has some timely tips for your holiday gift shopping.
Contrary to popular belief, Instagram isn’t just for selfies and snapshots of your lunch. Sure, users don’t hold back on posting photos of their most picturesque provisions but that’s not the only thing we’re all doing on the app.
Everyone knows how important shopping local is, right? It impacts your state/city/region by keeping money and jobs in your community. But did you know that you can use the Internet to shop locally? You can. It’s easy. Enter Etsy.
The Michigan Council of Women in Technology is dedicated to inspiring young women to achieve great things in technology. One of the ways they accomplish this is through the 9th Annual Website Design Competition for high school girls. We are delighted to have one of the budding designers in studio with us:
Likitha Nimmagadda from Farmington Harrison HS (See her site)
Meet Ainsley Hay, daughter of our charming Social Media Expert, Emily Hay, CEO and founder of Hay There Social Media a company dedicated to helping small and mid-sized businesses maximize their presence with social media.
We first spent some time catching up with Emily and her colleagues at Hay There Social Media learning about their recent projects which you can explore at their homepage. Then Emily introduced us to two of her colleagues who are helping to create a whole new technology hub in Southeast Michigan.
Hajj Flemings, Digital Brand Strategist and Founder of Brand Camp University, discusses Brand Camp, and what else is on the tech horizon in Detroit in 2015. Defining, communicating and defending your brand.
Dave Anderson is one of the cofounders of Bamboo Detroit, a coworking space located in the heart of downtown Detroit that is available to start up businesses looking for both a space to set up shop and people who will feed their energy for success. …
Rachele Downs, VP of Entrepreneurial Strategy Inforum and the Inforum Center for Leadership explains how budding female entrepreneurs in Michigan can get a head start on the competition through inGAGE which provides training and networking to women who are launching a new business venture or having been established. inGAGE is Inforum Center for Leadership’s strategy to position Michigan as the Midwest hub for high-growth, high- tech women entrepreneurs.
Emily Hay, CEO of Hay There Social Media and our Social Media expert shares what she gained from inFORUM until a certain little bundle of joy put things on hold for a while!
76 year old Farmington Hills resident Natalie Yellin made national headlines last fall when she became a “goodwill ambassador” for Square, a San Francisco-based company that operates software allowing virtually anyone to send and receive payments. Natalie is absolutely unfazed by the Internet, social media and all its intricacies. Maybe …
Our social media guru and new mom, Emily Hay has been on maternity leave for the last few months but has managed to stay connected to the world of social media. Today she introduces us to two of her friends:
Jeff DeHaven tells us about Detroit Social Media Day: June 27. The event is designed to bring together people who are interested in promoting the use of social media throughout the Metro Detroit area. Sign up for the event.
Mrs. Weber’s Neighborhood where Lauren Weber helps young families find fun things to do during the summer and young mothers find a kindred spirit.
Follow our young heroine during her 2 month internship in London, England that began yesterday.