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RmcTech is a nationjal iPad and iPhone repair company run by entrepreneurs. We also blog on mobile technologies.
@ginidietrich Totally. That's where it's going. Love it.
2 years, 10 months ago on The Four I’s of Leadership Communication
It's nice to see a more psychology (and tech) conscious approach to management first of all, and social media as well. Loved the detailed-ness of this one Gini.
I've always said this Jessica. It's so true. Unless you have a dedicated person or team, to go out there and reply to at least a couple hundred people a day ( to actually build connections that people give a crap about ) you're not making an impact. Facebook is tough. It requires hours and hours a day, or at the very least, a couple hours, a couple of days out of the week. It requires you embed yourself into the routines of other users that spend time on Facebook.
At the end of the day, I think marketers go "Facebook! It's super popular, it has massive amounts of people, I guess we have to be on it marketing!" So they create a page, and do the same thing everyone else does. Nothing! I secretly think Facebook is losing a lot of steam, and isn't too great for business. It can be, but only to the creative approach it seems. Either way, sweet post :)
2 years, 11 months ago on The Five Reasons Why Most Facebook Brand Pages Aren’t True Communities
It's funny, I'm reading two articles today (this and a post on Kristi Hines' website) that talk about the time spent on these channels. For my business, I found exactly what you're saying, certain channels work (and that's where I put my time). For me it's Twitter for sure.
2 years, 11 months ago on Social Media for Small Businesses with "No Time"
Super interesting comparison. I love it. I think social IS like that. Beyond the marketing uses, beyond trying to sell, it's all about sharing and communicating. Back to the marketing uses, and back to selling, if you can find a non pushy, excitement conducive way to make things shareable and exciting, hey, it works!
3 years ago on Social Media is a Giant Field Trip