Selected Lisacast Shows

I’m rebroadcasting a few shows, in case you missed some of the better ones:

Lisacast with Guest Vipul Vyas of
Lisacast with Guest Jeff Robbins of Lullabot
Lisacast with Guest Juan Carlos Soto
Lisacast with Guest Marla the FlyLady
Lisacast with Guest Marcien Jenckes, Voxant
Lisacast with Guest Michael Leach
Lisacast with Guest Jon Hammond
Lisacast with Guest Alan Levy, BlogTalkRadio
Lisacast with Guest Steve Gal of
Lisacast with Guest Daphne Kwon
Lisacast with Guest Liad Agmon of Delver
Lisacast with Guest Gina Bianchini, CEO of
Lisacast with Guest John Battelle
Lisacast with Guest Don Pierce of Micoy
Lisacast with Guest Elad Yoran of KoolSpan
Lisacast with Guest Jeff Crigler, Voxant CEO
Lisacast with Guests from NY to South Korea
Lisacast with Guest K. Daniel Glover of
Lisacast with Guest Noam Lemelshtrich-Latar
Lisacast with Guest Thomas Frostberg, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Rapidus
Lisacast with Guest Sean Wise of WiseMentorCaptial
Lisacast with Guest Rafe Needleman of Webware
Lisacast with Guest Rafael Martinez Alequin
Lisacast with Guest Lee Dryburgh, eComm
Lisacast with Guest Thomas J. Buckholtz, PhD
Lisacast with Guests Claire Ulrich (Le Monde) and Thierry Bezier
Lisacast Interview: Dr. Wong
Lisacast Interview: Dr. Wang, Georgia Tech
Lisacast Interview: David Fox
Lisacast Interview: Dr. Julian Vincent, University of Bath

Lisacast interviews

Do you have a suggestion for a guest on Lisacast? Email me.

Save Face, careful what you fan

This afternoon I received a message from a Facebook friend (not a ‘real’ friend, I’ve never met this person.) It was an invite to become a fan of a Facebook page for Target (or a Target affiliate.) I’m not against fanning, but some fan pages on Facebook are misleading and in fact, can quickly and easily damage your reputation with the social network you’ve built up.

Here is the invite, it sounds pretty good, right?

This is the invte I received from a friend on Facebook

The invite generated by Facebook.

Of course it does. I can’t leave Target without spending over $80.00, so this would come in handy for me. I am the target demographic. Mother, with little time need an all-in-one stop, bargain shopping consumer. So far, so good. Clicking through, with faith, I see deeper.

Most fan pages are a simple click, but this has a "Step 1"

Step 1 is shown...

I am trusting. Too trusting. I click the button that says “Become a Fan”, thinking already about how I will be spending the $500.00. Then, ….the gotcha!

I am now a fan, without $500

They made me a fan, and gave me nothing in return

Now the stipulation is revealed. “IMPORTANT: If you do not invite all of your friends you may not be eligible.”  With several hundred friends (I respect) on Facebook, I would be weary of sending them this invite. How horrible to have them feel the same feeling I just did, and associate that feeling with my name, my company, my brand, my product and so on. Clicking Step 1 made me a fan, so I will have to go unfan the page now.

Careful what you click. As far as I’m concerned, whoever started that Fan page owes me $80.00 for my help in pointing out poor business practices surrounding them.

Careful what you click.