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Great post Chris! I always say that those who are professional communicators should be able to use an economy of words to describe what they do.
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Supporting you in every decision you make. Safe travels my friend!
1 month, 1 week ago on Until We Meet Again…
Good for you!!
8 months, 2 weeks ago on #Speakchat Evolves, Grows and Expands Into #DigitalSplash
Great post, much insight! Thanks for sharing!
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Personal MBA Lessons from Both Mark Cuban and Josh Kaufman #DigitalSplash
I love this post Pam! You really hit the nail on the head. I'm amazed when I'm approached by people I don't know, let alone follow, who want me to have them be a guest writer for a post! By the way, my neighbor wants to know if she can write a post for you ...
10 months, 2 weeks ago on 10 Reasons Why I Don't Retweet You & Your Content
Great post! You tell it like it is ... Like your style!
10 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 Most Dangerous Beliefs in Marketing
Great post! Reminder that not all people like to be engaged in the ways, just.as our followers have diverse interests. Anyone who quotes Oscar Wilde is interesting to me!!
1 year ago on 12 Most Powerful Tips to Succeed in Social Media
I know that speakers need your information to be able to leverage and make the most out of media opportunities! Whether thru your blog, radio show or speakchat on twitter, you serve the speaking and consulting community well. It's why I constantly recommend you!
1 year, 1 month ago on Home Run or Fly Ball Out - Which is Your Interview? #BBSradio
In business, it's all about qualifying. Chris Westfall's book shows you how to open the door to get to the close! In order to have a conversation you must draw the prospect in. Chris helps you do just that. Trust me when I tell you this sales book is different and his techniques will work!
1 year, 2 months ago on Your Opinion Matters!
What a great post! Thanks for putting this together Pam. A great, comprehensive guide to changes that are coming. Thanks for this great resource!
1 year, 2 months ago on 15 Must Know Tips to Rock Your New Facebook Timeline Business Page
Very touched by this John. Been there, done that. I offer no apologies for my dog tears. You and your family and Marti are in my prayers. I'm sure you heard the story of the little girl who asked her priest if dogs went to heaven when they died. He said, "If they don't I don't want to go their either".
1 year, 3 months ago on A Boy And (The Loss Of) His Dog
Too often the term "thought leader" is thrown around. Pam, it was meant for you! I appreciate your consistent quality of info, ideas and affirmations!
1 year, 4 months ago on What Has Your Blog Done For Me Lately? 11 Tips to Provide More Value!
Great post Pam and I totally agree with you! Sometimes we obsess with one platform and exclude other places where we need to have a presence.
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What a great post! I'm now more of a fan than ever of Walgreens! This story was a cautionary tale of two brands, Walgreens and Axe. It's not hard to figure out who made the best impression! Thanks for sharing Pam!
1 year, 6 months ago on Walgreens Case Study - Humanizing Social Business
GREAT post! Clever and fun. Wish I could think of something to add but I can't!
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John, LOVED this! I'm still deciding if I'm going to remain on Klout.
1 year, 6 months ago on "Kloutman" (Sung to The Beatles "Taxman")
I know she would be honored to do so! I'll have her get in touch with you! thanks for thinking of her my friend!
1 year, 6 months ago on Blog Worth Reading: We Are Journalists
profkrg I have sent her several of your blog postings, sent this one! I know she finds your material very interesting. Thanks so much!
Enjoyed your post! Very proud that my daughter is "cub reporter" at the Lodi News-Sentinel. (CA) She was one of the fortunate to get a job with a paper after graduation, something she has wanted to do all of her life.