For many of us, the phenomenon of social media began with the simplicity of a wall post, the careless ease of a blog entry, the creation of a short (albeit heartfelt) tweet. Now, these methods alone render you a neanderthal.
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Here are some great tidbits from the Harvard Business Review.
More and more companies are introducing social networking tools to help employees connect. However, these should not be considered “work versions” of Facebook or Twitter. These platforms are intended to support your work, not give you a place to post pictures of your poodle. Here are three ways to make good use of these tools to advance your work:
Creating top of mind awareness for most small business owners is not rocket science and its not expensive. It takes repetition and consistency – here’s one idea that’s powerful and can really increase your TOMA score.
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This video may be funny and amusing but cold calls, door-to-door selling and other “tree shaking methods” are no fun and those aren’t very amusing. This video has a lot to offer.
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Ah… The sweet smell of success! I Googled (one of the most popular verbs in the English language these days) “black card” and you’d think that since this is our company name, we’d rank but I tell you we’ve had a heck of time ranking on Google. Why? Because when we selected our company name, we like the prestigious conotations with Black Card and our services are not meant for everyone nor can just anyone purchase them so this was fitting for us. What we did NOT consider was the competition on Google for this key word.