About This Blog
The Buzz Bin offers readers musings and analysis on marketing, buzz, PR and Washington, DC from the team at Livingston Communications.
Occupation: Entrepreneur, writer
Location: Alexandria, VA
Contact: geoff [at] livingstonbuzz [dot] com
Geoff has worked as a marketing strategist in the Washington, DC region for 14 years. He creates marketing strategy, media relations, branding and Internet marketing campaigns for public and private organizations. Some of his experiences include work for AT&T, the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Bartleby Books, BEA Systems, Hughes Network Systems, ManTech, the Washington Nationals, Intelsat, Verizon Wireless and many others.
Youre going to the moon! What did you forget to pack?
Industry: Communications/Media/Social Networking
Location: Fairfax, VA
Larissa has worked for a variety of clients in the technology, political, and consumer markets with experience driving public relations and marketing initiatives as well as event management. She brings her personal love of blogging and social networking to Livingston Communications, where she serves as a social media consultant. Larissa will be writing and sharing her thoughts on corporate blogging, social media, Facebook and Myspace, podcasting, and other Web 2.0 topics.
Youre going to the moon! What do you need to survive?
A flashlight for the dark side of the moon!
Location: Alexandria, VA
Michele has been a writer for 10+ years, working for various newspapers, magazines and trade publications. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Washington Post Magazine, Marie Claire, among others. She has written about everything from label/form combinations to lawyers to hang gliding to the elderly. That’s one of the things she love the most about writing – the variety of subjects. And each client is a subject of their own with a unique story to tell.
You’re going to the moon! What can you absolutely not live without?
My Journal and my dog, Jax.
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