Tag Archives: Social Media

BRANDING IMPERATIVE: FEED THE SOCIAL HUNGER

Successful Branding Includes a Comprehensive Social Media Strategy Based On Accurate Metrics
Successful Branding Includes a Comprehensive Social Media Strategy Based On Accurate Metrics

We are living in the most revolutionary era in human communication since the invention of the printing press. In the past few years, marketers have ‘woken up’ to consumers who have the power to express their views anytime and anywhere, and Social Media has proven to be the single influencer of changes that need be addressed. Continue reading BRANDING IMPERATIVE: FEED THE SOCIAL HUNGER

CREATE AN AWESOME LINKEDIN SUMMARY

Many Believe An Awesome LinkedIn Summary To Be Essential To Your Success
Many Believe An Awesome LinkedIn Summary To Be Essential To Your Success
In the age of social media, the key to a new job often is a stellar LinkedIn profile. And the key to a stellar LinkedIn profile is a well-written LinkedIn summary, according to Forbes contributor William Arruda.

“Your bio is the most powerful personal branding tool you have. And in the digital world, the most important version of your bio is your LinkedIn summary,” Arruda suggests. “This will likely be read by more people than any other form of your bio. This added exposure gives you a great opportunity to capture the attention of decision-makers — but only if you have summary that shines.”
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SOCIAL COMMERCE 101

Social Commerce Accounts For Nearly 35% Of Total Of Online Transactions
Social Commerce Accounts For Nearly 35% Of Total Of Online Transactions

ALL COMMERCE IS “SOCIAL,” SO IT’S BEST TO GET A GRIP ON IT

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SOCIAL MEDIA: THE INNOVATION OF LONELINESS

Social Media exploits emotions producing negative results, especially loneliness. This video sums it up in a way anyone can understand.

ACTING LIKE A CELEBRITY IS UGLYSAD

Contrary to popular belief nurtured by years of easily manipulated Social Media, absent Personal Accountability, and unchallenged Political Correctness, the fact remains everyone can’t be a Celebrity, nor should they be.

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