I always prefer to talk about Best Practices instead of mistakes, but we can often learn from what *not* to do so that we can stay on the path to success. 1. You're everywhere online.
Last week, I presented about "Social Media In The Next Decade" at the Chartered Business Valuators Conference in Ottawa. I kicked of my talk to say that Social Media is no longer "the future of
Status updates are a non-intrusive way of publishing great information to your target audience without overtly "selling" to them. When you publish great information that is relevant, timely and solves your potential client's problems, then
As a follow up to my former blog post: Is Facebook Dying A Slow Death?, the answer seems to be "yes indeed" As you will see in the following video from the Huffington Post online,
By now, you may have heard or seen that Facebook has now "introduced" hashtags (#) to their users. A brief explanation: "A hashtag is a word or a phrase prefixed with the symbol #. It is a form of metadata tag."