About Adam Mulholland

I am a writer, podcaster, and YouTuber. I enjoy talking and writing about technology and science, but also social media marketing and entrepreneurship. I love competitive business and getting to know people.
  • Using Periscope in Your Content Plan

Why You Need Periscope in Your Content Strategy

By |August 24th, 2015|

Periscope has hit the app store hard thanks to Twitter buying it up and integrating it into the platform. People have been testing the waters with it and others have already begun building a strong audience. This is so much different than Vine because it’s live streaming audio and not a 6-second clip. This is […]

  • Using Blog Commenting to Drive Traffic

Use Blog Commenting to Build Quality Traffic

By |August 21st, 2015|

Blog commenting isn’t dead just yet, however, it is if you just plan on spamming links and not adding value. This is more about how to comment correctly and create value out of commenting on articles. Participating in conversations with other readers provide a value for everyone when it’s done right. The definition of right is subjective of […]

  • Managing a PR Disaster

Managing a Public Relations and a Social Media Disaster

By |August 17th, 2015|

There are those people who can grit through some public relation disasters and those that can’t. Being the face of a company when an employee or even yourself really messes up and your customers are more than happy to give some negative feedback can be tough. I will be the first to tell you that […]

  • Winning or Losing With Facebook

Winning or Losing With Facebook

By |August 14th, 2015|

Facebook has been winning in traffic and new users for almost a decade now and things have been changing steadily as the platform has grown. Every website matures eventually and we continue seeing progress from the types of content you see in your Newsfeed to how a page benefits a business. Some critics will say that […]

  • Time to Think Like a Publisher

Time to Think Like a Publisher

By |August 11th, 2015|

What are bloggers, photographers, graphic designers, YouTubers, or anyone else creating content? The answer is publishers. We publish all forms of media that people are looking for. Some do it to teach and others do it to spread Hollywood gossip but at the end of the day they are publishers. They are literally publishing to […]

  • The Best Investment I Have Ever Made

The Best Investment I have Ever Made

By |August 5th, 2015|

I have put blood, sweat, and even tears into many investments. Most never paid off but a few have. This is a story about my sister-in-law and her business. Most people go to the bank and get a loan for their business, or maybe they get investors. There is still a segment of people that […]

  • Should Mistakes Last Forever?

Should Mistakes Last Forever?

By |August 1st, 2015|

Over the last few years people have been losing their jobs and forced out of the public eye in pure shame. There have been documentaries covering social justice warriors and the effects on the people who have made mistakes and said or have done the wrong things.

For example, the head of public relations at IAC, […]

  • Our Visit to Bicol

My Philippines Vacation to Albay

By |July 27th, 2015|

Not all my posts have to be business. In fact part of this blog is for us to get to know each other. I decided that I would share some of my vacation to Bicol, Philippines with everyone and give some insight on what we did in June. This part of our 3-part trip was […]

  • Using Kickstarter & Twitter to Raise Money

Kickstarter & Twitter for a Principal of a Poor School

By |July 25th, 2015|

During dinner with family a guest had stopped by to eat with us. My brother-in-law introduced him as the principal of the elementary school where he worked at. We spoke at length about religion, politics, and the people of the Philippines. This had been my first conversation with someone that was fluent in English and was also […]

  • Disconnecting Is Good For the Mind

Disconnecting Is Good For the Mind

By |July 18th, 2015|

I have been connected to the internet since 1997. I have gone no more than probably 24-hours without being connected in some way. This morning as I write this (June 2015), I sit in an old wooden chair with my MacBook on my lap. It’s been 8 days since my last check-in online. I haven’t […]