Archives for August 2011

6 Steps to Stop The Annoying Stuff: The NY Subway Car that is Your Facebook Wall

6 Steps to Stop The Annoying Stuff: The NY Subway Car that is Your Facebook Wall

You're on Facebook for business, but your Facebook wall is a spammity calamity.  In fact, it looks like a New York Subway car after 10 PM.  Let me paint a picture... Your business-minded friends are posting the latest small business articles from American Express OPEN and Entrepreneur Magazine. You just got a new baby cow in Farmville! Your … [Read more...]

The Art of Balance:  Honoring Self in a Web 2.0 World

The Art of Balance: Honoring Self in a Web 2.0 World

For me, the Internet is spiritual. It allows me to connect with thousands of people all over the world, with completely different backgrounds and life experiences, in the blink of an eye. In high school, the Internet allowed me to find and compete for several scholarships, which paid for my education. In college, it allowed me to find and … [Read more...]

Boomers kick Gen Y Butt in Using Social Media Strategically

Boomers kick Gen Y Butt in Using Social Media Strategically

Sorry fellow Gen Ys, but, from my experience, Baby Boomers are much more likely to use social media strategically for business, once taught how. Baby Boomers understand relationship building and business etiquette.  Many just do not understand how to use social media- the technology. Gen Y's often lack understanding of relationship building … [Read more...]

Four Reasons Why Conference Planners Need to Invest in Video

Four Reasons Why Conference Planners Need to Invest in Video

You're planning a conference.  The budget is quickly being blown out of the water with venue fees, speaker fees, marketing & promotions, etc.  Where can you cut costs?  What is not a necessity?  If you think "video", you are sorely mistaken. In fact, video is one of your most important assets.  Your conference can be compared to an amazing … [Read more...]

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