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This title cracks me up.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on How to Make Money Even If You Suck
Wonderful post Donna. I think one of the hardest things to spot is motivation. Degrees don't give that data.
1 year, 10 months ago on Motivation in Hiring and Achieving Goals
@KaryD I will pay you $100 if you have a kid and name it Hashtag. Might be the BEST idea ever.
2 years, 3 months ago on Programmed Content Kills Community
I am really disappointed in this post. Not because the content wasn't great because it was, I just thought the title was misleading. I really thought there was someone named "Programmed Content" who offed someone named "Community." I really wished these social media "celebrities" would be naming their kids wacko names like "Engagement" and "Tweepie."
@stephanhov I know right??? :). Precisely why I am normally logged-in to LiveFyre.
2 years, 4 months ago on My top 20 crazy online pet peeves
@NancyMyrland You're so silly!!!
2 years, 4 months ago on Should you just be yourself in social media?
2 years, 4 months ago on 15 delicious foodie apps
@NancyMyrland Thank you Nancy! I have to install a few myself!
2 years, 5 months ago on 8 Wordpress RSS and Social Media plugins
Great article Catherine.
2 years, 9 months ago on I’m Your Consultant, Not Your Lender
Yes, like the Taco Bell Doritos taco shell. Sure it sounds interesting and like maybe the greatest invention of 2012, but without tasting it how will I know it is the greatest invention of 2012?
2 years, 10 months ago on Why We Need Context
This might be one of my favorites by you Carol. Terrific.
3 years, 1 month ago on Calling BS on Doing Your Best
Is 9:55 AM to early for a grilled cheese sandwich????? Maybe if there is bacon involved it could be considered breakfastish.
3 years, 4 months ago on The Grilled Cheese Incident: Fix- Rather than Explain- the Problem
OMG I HATE THAT! @PointA_PointB
3 years, 4 months ago on How to Get Along With Me (and Other People)
Please, if you are going to try to scam me via email, please use proper English. It makes me want to mark it up with red ink and send it back.
Please, if I am ordering breakfast to go and there is toast involved, please throw in some butter. I mean, who the hell eats toast without butter?
Please if you are a cashier and you just gave me my change, at least give me 1 second to move, versus looking over my shoulder at the next customer.
Please, if you are an ice machine, please just give me my damn ice, versus just making an annoying noise which makes me believe you are working, when you are not.
Please trade Marion Barber.
I think the cause of the person's stress in the picture is because he has a number 2 pencil.
3 years, 4 months ago on About Stress Management: How to Cope with Entrepreneurial Stress
I try to give my clients 3 choices, maybe 4 at the most. They are paying me to give them direction and to create the best results I can for them. I know of an agency that offers their clients 10-12 different choices and not only do they spend a ridiculous amount of resources on the creation of them, it is very overwhelming to the client.
3 years, 4 months ago on Why All of Your Great Products, Services, and Information Are Killing Your Sales
I am loving the title of this article. I think it is hard for a business or anyone to really look at themselves and come to terms with the fact that they are doing something wrong.
3 years, 5 months ago on 7 Warning Signs Your Brand Sucks
I have two. The first would be to block social media period, unless it is in a controlled monitored environment. The second would be to turn work into a competition. When I worked as a loan officer for one of the largest banks in the country, I wasn't a top sales person because of the crazy commission checks. I was because of the production reports they passed around every single day. It literally killed me when someone I disliked had better numbers than me and it made me literally stay until my numbers were higher. If you keep track of everyone's productivity and make it public, your employees productivity will go up immediately, trust me on that one.
3 years, 5 months ago on 95 Tips for Increasing Productivity Within Small and Medium Businesses
Tony, I think workers today do that for 5 hours a day already lol.
Yeah Bill Gates, stop trying to be like me!
3 years, 5 months ago on Don’t be Another Them, Be a Better You
Carol this is honestly the most important article I read this year. I finally did it for the first time yesterday. I wouldn't say it felt great, but I would say that hour I would have spent helping that person, would have made me stay up an additional hour trying to get what I had to do done.
3 years, 5 months ago on Just Say No (and Nothing Else)
Carol is crazy smart. I have never met someone as smart. I could not agree more with this article. I would love to see her on TV weekly.
3 years, 7 months ago on 12 Most Shameless Reasons to Love Carol Roth
That's right, you can't. You can only speculate. Their traffic is up over 315% since last year. How is that flattening? Because of a month? Groupon could very well end faltering and at the end perhaps taking that offer could have been their best bet, but at this stage to use exact language is just, well, crazy. @faybiz @rustyspeidel
3 years, 7 months ago on Groupon IPO In Jeopardy As They Violate SEC Rules
Yes, Groupon made a mistake because articles and stories came out about them. Great argument...... @kmskala
Gini, why were they stupid to walk away from the 6B offering? Do you know the details of the offer Google was even giving? Do you think Google was just going to hand them a check for 6B without stipulations based upon future earnings etc? And for what percentage of the company and voting control? Until we see what type of capital they are able to raise via IPO or a private offering (more ways to raise money than an IPO), it is rather silly at this point to say Groupon was stupid to walk away from Google. I have no idea how you can draw this conclusion without A: knowing the exact details and B: knowing the finality of their public/private stock offering.
It isn't about if the person is an intern or a "PR pro" because I have met plenty of idiots in both positions. Whoever you decide to do your social media efforts, should have a firm understanding of the brand and the brand's message. Most importantly there should be a firm social media policy in place before any social media is done. The person hiring the social media person should shadow the new person for a few weeks like any other job, to make sure they can be trusted.
3 years, 8 months ago on SHOULD SOCIAL MEDIA BE IN THE HANDS OF INTERNS?
@JustInTheSouth Yes! :)
3 years, 9 months ago on 5 SEO Image Optimization Tips
Sean, Kloat annoys me like most tools. There is already way to much stuff out there already that kills "actual" work. It can all be manipulated and poeple who actually care should get a second job because they obviously have to much time on thier hands.
3 years, 9 months ago on the problem with klout
@NancyMyrland You are very welcome Nancy. Glad you enjoyed the article. :)
3 years, 9 months ago on Top Ten SEO ‘Myths’
Yes, a company could be losing money on doing it themselves or having someone do it for them. It is really a case by case basis.
When dealing with our clients, we do the math and first figure out if it is going to be profitable for them. Then we figure out if it will be more ideal for Dashal to handle the strategy and execution or for us to develop a plan and strategy for that particular business. Then we coach them on how they can do it themselves. And sometimes neither of those make sense.
3 years, 9 months ago on Is Social Media Killing The Economy?
Terrific comments Scott. Thank you for contributing to the discussion. @scottpdailey
Thank you so much Mark! You are very welcome.
3 years, 9 months ago on Transferring Your Facebook Friends To Google+
Coming from you Carol, that is the ultimate compliment. :o) @caroljsroth
3 years, 9 months ago on ABB-Always Be Branding
Thank you so much! As you know, it is very hard to work on your OWN company site lol. @JustInTheSouth
Just Born launched social commerce on all of their major brand pages. Just saying... :)
3 years, 9 months ago on Three Possibilities for Social Commerce
Well written post Nancy.
3 years, 9 months ago on GOOGLE PLUS: IT’S EARLY BUT INTERESTING.
I just went to this page to look at your super cool new Follow and LinkedIn buttons at the top of this page. I am not really opinionated enough to comment on articles. @ginidietrich
3 years, 10 months ago on PR Firms Botch 95% of Social Media Campaigns?
@ginidietrich No, I just have to share an office... :)
I seriously will not respond to this post, I seriously will not respond to this post, I seriously will not respond to this post........
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I have not read this article yet, but I want to state the fact that soy milk is scary. Thanks.
3 years, 11 months ago on Soybeans Don’t Have Mammary Glands
3 years, 11 months ago on Competing for Who Is Most Stressed
Gini, have you heard of a company called @dashal? They are really good at this stuff! :o)
She is at least 4 times stronger than me. :( @DougLeavy @Nick
4 years ago on Saying No to Clients
Wait, I can say no to you? No! This feels great!
Oh lord. Is this how you got my number Gini? I really appreciate the calls, but I already have plenty of toner.
4 years, 1 month ago on Facebook Is Sharing Your Home Address and Phone Number
If Kobe wants me to buy a video game, it is done and done! GO KOBE!!!!!
4 years, 2 months ago on Klout Needs to Target and Segment for It to Work
@ginidietrich Yes. Our entire relationship is based on rolling our eyes at each other (most of the time when the other is not looking). I feel very uncomfortable now.
4 years, 3 months ago on Why Brogan’s Bigger Ear Marketing Is Wrong
Gini, I have to agree with you on this. You always have to keep in mind the value of your time.
Point being, I think if you are going to target so specific and with such a small audience, you need to make sure that specific sale, justifies the time you spent.
I would say the biggest mistake most people make, is they calculate their ROI based on money alone. The biggest part of that equation is how much time you spent. The time investment is in most cases substancially more important.