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Humble Beginnings

Well, it’s about that time.  I’ve been meaning to get around to blogging for a while now, considering my company is at the three year mark.  Unfortunately, as I’m sure my fellow entrepreneurs know, finding time to do things you ought to do amongst the constant barrage of client, business, employee, and life needs is much more difficult than it looks.

The biggest hurdle when starting any blog is answering the age old question of “who really gives a (insert favorite expletive here)?”  There are a million and one bloggers in the world, of which a small percentage are actually any good, and an even smaller percentage that actually have a consistent reader base.  So what am I going to tell you that others can’t?

Well, I guess you’ll have to read to find out. :)

Just kidding.  In all seriousness, this blog is about the things I’m passionate about:  social good, technology, psychology/sociology, entertainment & media, social media, and marketing.  On a daily basis, I get requests from friends and colleagues to help them with a multitude of items:  from websites to social media, branding to video, or just advice on helping increase their ROI.  As most of my friends and colleagues know, I’ve always been the person that knows a little about a lot of things, and if I don’t happen to know, then I have a pool of great experts and resources that do.

The reality is, I used to be able to do this effortlessly and still fit work and life into my day.  Now, with an influx of requests and a growing business beneath me, I just don’t have the time to be able to answer every question or request.  So, I’m going to offer up my advice, tips, and musings in a blog, and share my answers and insight with the masses.  Hopefully it will provide my ego with a little boost from professional philanthropy while also giving you an interesting take on this social entertainment industry that’s evolving beneath our noses.

That said, if you’ve got some questions, comments, or anything else you’d like to say, go ahead and email me or leave me some comment love.

Catch you on the other side, friends!


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Tori Kyes is a Los Angeles-based writer/producer and entrepreneur. She specializes in social media, technology, and entertainment. She's also an advocate for social change, a marathon runner, Ph. D student (Media Psychology), gratitude giver, and lover of life.

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