Stephanie M. Cockerl

Monthly archives for November, 2010

Everyone can’t come to the store to s...

Everyone can’t come to the store to save money

Can someone tell me why they have an “in ad” coupon to save, with a web address in the ad? Not everyone can come into the store to save. Give folks a reason to visit the website like a coupon code or a unique url. Sent from my PDA

Skype saved my life last night

Skype saved my life last night

The Blackberry battery was nearly out and I had to call Nana to let her know I was on the way back. What to do? Latch on to the nearest wifi network on this iPod touch and used Skype to make the call. Looking for more free things to be grateful for? Look at my […]

Monopoly tries on Social Media

Monopoly  tries on Social Media

Flowtown – Social Media Marketing Application I found this too funny since I played Monopoly over Thanksgiving weekend with the family. Maybe if it was in this edition, I would have won.

Give people options about how they re...

Give people options about how they receive their email

As I stated a couple of days ago, I am in the process of re-evaluating my email relationships. While I was going through my inbox I noticed that there were some places I wanted to keep,  and others I wanted to change the email address to deliver to. Most places simply ask you “Text” or […]

Grateful Tweets to be #thankful for

Grateful Tweets to be #thankful for

A couple of months ago, I expressed thanks to my subscribers and followers. After all, why do we have to wait to express thanks to each other? To stay in the spirit, I favored some tweets that have helped me get through the day over the past few months. RT @rachelreuben: Grant me the serenity […]

Evaluating my email relationships

Evaluating my email relationships

Now that things are quiet on Thanksgiving Eve, I did something that I rarely had the chance to do, go through my email accounts. They say that its good practice to keep a separate account for purchases. Therefore I went through said account and did some soul searching. Last week was National Unfriend Day, so […]

Weekend Project: Couponing my way to ...

Weekend Project: Couponing my way to Thanksgiving Dinner

We all know the usual way of getting coupons through your local neighborhood flyer or newspaper. However what if you can get them online? I’ve been going to the Coupon Mom’s website for at least 2 years, so I know how valuable online coupons are. For instance, I had a $1.00 coupon for 2 boxes […]

I wish they had this years ago…

I wish they had this years ago…

Soon, you can keep you Mom with you no matter what. Her wildly overprotective mother died seven years ago, but Amy Borkowsky can still hear Mom’s endless expressions of maternal anxiety. And now, so can you. There’s an app for that: New iPhone app ‘Amy’s Mom’ lets you take Jewish mother with you on the […]

Weekend Project: Organize Your Photos

Weekend Project: Organize Your Photos

Lately, I have been going from one event to another. I barely have enough time in between events before going to the next event. At the same time, photos in my PDA and my digital camera start to accumulate. We all have been there, you have the perfect opportunity to get that once in a […]

Are you willing to go to a no contrac...

Are you willing to go to a no contract phone plan? (via @stephfierman)

According to MediaPost, 20% or 1 in 5 are planning to go to a no contract plan. Personally, this was not surprising as I recently downgraded my family plan to an individual plan and spun off Grandma on a no-contract plan. I wish I could do the same myself and have a phone, just for […]

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Featured Books


Ms. Cockerl has also been featured in the book, How to Start Your Business with $100 by Ja-Naé Duane. ISBN-10: 0578048760


Stephanie Cockerl has also been featured in the book, Creatively Self-Employed: How Writers and Artists Deal with Career Ups and Downs by Kristen Fischer. ISBN-10: 0595421547


She is also one of the 171 faces in the book, Futurize Your Enterprise: Business Strategy in the Age of the E-customer, by David Siegel. ISBN-10: 0471357634

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Buh Bye Storage

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  After 7 years, I was finally able to break free from storage. Here's the Foursquare Tweet to prove it. RT @arthrme: I just ousted @StephCockerl as the mayor of...

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