Andrew Grojean

Andrew is a Social Media Manager at a digital marketing agency in KC, interested in all things social media, pop culture, sports, and technology.

One Second Every Day – 2014

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On January 1, 2014, I started documenting my life with one second of video every day. I've spent dozens of hours over the past year working on this project and I'm happy to share the finished product. Even though some seconds appear to be random, every clip has some significance to me. Thanks to everyone who made an appearance in the video!

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Wordless Wednesday: I Googled Myself

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I Googled myself and I'm not ashamed to admit it. I share my findings in this Wordless Wednesday post, which isn't quite wordless... Check it out and let me know if you Google yourself too.

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What is a Social Media Coordinator?

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When I tell my friends and family that I’m a social media coordinator for a digital marketing agency, I usually receive a polite smile and nod, a look of confusion or questions about how I play on Facebook all day. I understand the confusion. The position of social media coordinator didn’t really exist when I started college five years ago. I think the easiest way to explain the job is to define many of the other jobs that make up my position.

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Corporate Buzzwords: The Foreign Language They Don’t Teach You in College

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Love them or hate them, corporate buzzwords are here to stay. Anyone with an office job will tell you there are certain phrases that tend to get used (and overused) on a daily basis. Having a working knowledge of those phrases is critical if you want to fit in and understand your coworkers, because smiling and nodding only gets you so far...

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Social Media Night with the @Royals

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I’ve had a passion for social media and sports for as long as I can remember. So when I heard the Kansas City Royals were having a Social Media Night on August 1, I knew I had to be there. Read about the night and my suggestions for future social media events in sports.

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