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Thanks for this fabulous article with practical tips for influencing people, even from a position of weakness. Having closed a business that I ran for 25 years and being 57 years old, I have heard many reason why I'm no longer an asset within the job community. I refuse to believe that. Certainly what worked yesterday may not be appropriate today; so my lesson now is to learn as much as I can about the world today. I am artist and a gardener as well (in addition to my other skills) and I respect my creativity and my ability to plant seeds, nurturing and watching them grow. I believe in magic beans and I believe in incremental change toward perfection. BULLS-EYE even when you're not quite sure where the arrow is going. Find me on G+ and join my community of circles.
3 years ago on 12 Most Beneficial People-Skills to Hit the Bullseye When You Have No Power
Until the market settles on certain platforms it will be hard for business' to invest significant dollars in SM. I agree, LinkIn, FB and Twitter seem to have come out on top with most people participating in at least one of these. But, is that the flavor of the day - another passing fad? As long as advertising remains fragmented it is still difficult to address the question: Where is YOUR target market? .
And how to invest those marketing dollars is different for a well-capitalized company versus an independent business. For some the phone or in-house mail works best.
3 years, 9 months ago on 5 Thoughts on the Future of Social Media