Posts: Ryan Shell

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Ryan is Senior Manager, Online Communications, for Ketchum. He’s an avid cyclist and blogger, and is proud of his Southern roots. Feel free to check out his personal website, or connect with him on Twitter – @RyanShell.

How Tumblr Can Impact SEO

by Ryan Shell| September 27, 2011

In addition to being a bit of a nerd (which they say is the new black), I’m also a long-time blogger. My latest blog project is a fashion blog and I’ve had a lot of fun building out the site and creating somewhat of a community. And yes, a guy can have/run a fashion blog.

Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Sept 23

by Ryan Shell| September 23, 2011

Facebook certainly turned things upside down this week didn’t they? I’m pretty excited to see the evolution of the site over the next couple of weeks, primarily because some incredibly cool functionality is going to come out. It will be great to see how said functionality impacts businesses, and the new opportunies that will be created. […]

Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Sept 16

by Ryan Shell| September 16, 2011

Today’s edition of Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps is packed with great information. From the evolution of Gowalla to Twitter analytics to the “Four Biggest Blunders Hurting Your Brand” when it comes to Facebook marketing, there’s some great information to take in.   Enjoy! By @RyanShell ““Gowalla Is Reborn As A Beautiful App For Travel […]

Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Sept 9

by Ryan Shell| September 9, 2011

Welcome to our roundup of digital related tweets sent by Ketchum employees. From Google’s acquisition of Zagat to a fun photo tweeted by someone at our London office… there’s a little something for everyone in today’s post. Oh, and since I’m from the South I feel as though I should say I was completely humored […]

Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Sept 2

by Ryan Shell| September 2, 2011

I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty fascinated about people’s online behavior, especially when we start breaking down the differences between men and women. One of the items in today’s roundup of digital tweets from Ketchum employees highlights some of that behavior on Facebook, and I think it’ll intrigue you. There are plenty of […]