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@Danny Brown Haha, there are actually a lot of things I really like about this post.
1 year ago on 5 Ways To Suck At Being A Social Business
@Danny Brown Haha, I think you may just have figured me out, Danny? I enjoy a little bit a meta humor now and again. : )
@Bucholtz I definitely agree. I see so many companies that try to hide from social (or simply ignore it) to disastrous effects. It takes a bit of har work, but wrapping an organization's workings around the trust and guidelines necessary is a much better long-term strategy.
1 year ago on Maybe Your Employees Are Too Stupid For Social CRM
@buildtracks Thanks! Glad you enjoyed the post. : )
1 year, 1 month ago on Ghosts of CRM Past
@Lisa Gerber I agree totally with that statement.
1 year, 1 month ago on Your Blog Is Boring Because You Suck At It
@davepalmer Haha, no, the lowercase "i" still should be avoided when talking about the self, but you can save yourself the editing time now on the spacing issue. : )
1 year, 1 month ago on You’re Doing It Wrong. Period.
@Engagedots CRM I think you mean acronym, but thanks!
1 year, 1 month ago on The Horrors of Frankenstein CRM
@thejoshuawilner I couldn't agree with you more. Thanks for the great comment!
@Carmelo Haha, how could I have forgotten about naked pictures!?
@Engagedots CRM Thanks!
1 year, 1 month ago on Battling Social Business Vampires
@Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing I'm glad you were inspired. You're right, if one person acts on something I write, I consider it a success. : )
1 year, 2 months ago on Set Your Blog On Fire
@Carmelo @joey_strawn Definitely. If no one is getting nervous by what you're doing, you might want to take a harder look at what it is you actually ARE doing. : )
@Carmelo That's a very good question. You said it well in your comment that you aren't going out to burn their houses down, but letting them feel the heat and watch your control in putting it out will have one of a few effects: 1) The will be impressed by what you've done and the attention you've gathered, in which case the door will be more open for a relationship; 2) The will be scared of you and keep an eye on you more closely, and since you're not going to always be setting fires, they'll see you influence on regular things; or 3) They'll distance themselves from you because they are wimpy and scared, in which case you don't want them anyway.
I see no downside. : )
@Engagedots CRM I totally agree.
1 year, 2 months ago on Social Business At Scale And You
1 year, 2 months ago on Social Business and Cult Think
@Leon I very much agree with your entire comment. Thanks!
@newraycom I agree. It's a very hard line to walk. I've seen social efforts fail miserably and yet I've seen one do really well, it all depends on the mindset and the approach. It's tough thing to write about and even tougher to implement, but it's important and I see too many companies ignore it altogether. Thanks for your comment!
@Carmelo Thanks man! Yeah, it's called a kick in the pants for a reason. : )
1 year, 2 months ago on See The Rats For The Fleas
@annhuuscameo That's great to hear!
1 year, 2 months ago on Writing By The Board