Daytona, Seth MacFarlane and the end of the Harlem Shake

Tim Moore, CEO of CrushIQ, joins today's #BareItAll tweet chat. 2PM EST. Photo: Yahoo

WASHINGTON, January 8, 2013 — Some weeks are slow. Some weeks include Danica Patrick’s historic pole at Daytona, Seth MacFarlane hosting the Oscars, everyone resetting their Twitter passwords and people finally growing tired of shaking it like they were in Harlem. 

Join us at 2PM EST to chat about the week that was, the weekend the will be and why the Lakers still can’t make the playoffs. 


Tim Moore CEO at CrushIQ


Q1. What is the new way to market, socially engage athletes?  

Q2. Your verified account has been hacked. How do you respond after it happens? 

Q3. It’s Daytona week. How can NASCAR or any brand capitalize on live-event Twitter buzz?

Q4. What’s your favorite hashtag campaign? The results?  

Q5. Seth MacFarlane is hosting The Oscars. Should ABC be excited or worried? 

Q6. If you’re not first are you last?  

Q7. What should the Lakers do in the offseason to compete with the Clippers?


Jeff Barrett is a recognized leader in public relations, experiential marketing and social media. CEO of Status Creative, 2012 PRNewswire Award Winner for “Best Use of Video In Social Media” and once stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.  


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Jeff Barrett is an experienced columnist and business leader. He has been named Business Insider’s #1 Ad Executive on Twitter, a Forbes Top 50 Influencer In Social Media and has previously written for Mashable and The Detroit Free Press. 



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