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I think your article post was interesting, everything else aside. It seems you and I are coming into a gray area. Original title of your post is "Fortune 500 executives aren't using social media, AND THAT'S OK" I would be glad to hear your thoughts on "there is bigger implications of a Wall Street CEO," in some other post, however I have listed some prime examples of the biggest CEO's ever using social media, right now! POV I suppose, may as well of read; Dinosaurs aren't using Social media and thats OK. Michael- CEO *biztag
p.s. thx for the reply to my original comment. It's always the comments that are most fascinating within a blog, call it social media, I presume. Peers among peers!
2 years, 7 months ago on Fortune 500 Executives Aren’t Using Social Media and That’s OK
With exception of Steve Jobs... Wait, what is the most valuable company in the World again? Doing and understanding can be one in the same, to be a great deligator you must engage in driving forces. If that means learning new and trending strategy, then adoption may be key to reaching new stock holding success. CEO's are exposed to so many interesting scenarios every hour of every day, sharing their insight, thoughts and ambition may present unique opportunity throughout the world. ie #askrichard ...trending! *biztag
This Virtual Desktop Infrastructure will be interesting coupled with a social business network like yammer. Interested to see where this goes. *biztag
2 years, 8 months ago on Chrome OS Gets Some Love from Pano Logic
Good fast read, useful links. thank you. *biztag
2 years, 8 months ago on This Week in the Cloud: All About End-Users
The delegation of 'who is' to handle sensitive situation and through which social feed the reviews and decisions can be publicized is a new and 'can be' troubling median for corporations. Employees, even executives are leery about what to say, and who has access to see the process and outcome of the decree. A consistent corporate message is very important to maintain as well as business branding and public image. With increasing mobile adoption by consumers at such a rapid pace, information moves, transfers and is reinterpreted so quickly your social-business-model must make sure your organization provides a consistent branded message,where consumers can go to engage your brand, leave comments, reviews and feedback. *biztag
2 years, 8 months ago on Nationwide Demonstrates How To Respond to Online Criticism
Monitoring your brand can be helpful, giving your audience an easy way to engage, review and support your business is most effective. *biztag #mobile #marketing #engage .. it's free, enjoy!
2 years, 8 months ago on What’s Worth More to You – The Cost of Your Reputation or the Cost to Monitor Your Reputation?
This reads like a plug for the show...! Just a simple observation, sometimes things aren't always as they read!! Great Conversation in any event by the audience. Sarah, maybe you could contact TBS for a spinoff of your own version. Worked for #conan
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