Social Media

Tweet This: Sound Bite or Duh

January 22, 2018

John is one of my favorite clients. Passionate about his work Still going strong in his 70s But best of all – John is a walking sound bite. Someone like John is every business writer’s dream. When he speaks, you can almost see the quotation marks around one of his clever comments. That’s how I […]

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A Removed SlideShare Feature You May Have Missed

January 9, 2018

Did you notice SlideShare removed a certain feature from its platform? Or were you like me and caught napping while the feature went poof? Your awareness may depend on what kind of SlideShare user you are. Power user with lots and lots of uploads (lots is a technical term) Ebb and flow user who rides […]

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Number 1 Video Tip for Overcoming the Fear

October 31, 2017

What does a video tip have to do with Halloween? For some blog owners, it could be a shared fear. Fear of the unknown (why do they open that door?) The fright of uncharted territory Or the fear of missing out Since I first posted this video on October 31, 2011, not much has changed […]

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5 Social Media Spring Cleaning Ideas

March 20, 2017

Springtime is a rebirth. And, hopefully, a departure from winter’s cold and snow. We feel so good, we think about Spring cleaning. Well, some of us. Before you haul out the garden tools, don’t forget about another area in need of help – your social media activity. Spring Cleaning List Spring cleaning opens the door […]

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LinkedIn ProFinder Misses a Major Freelance Concept

September 12, 2016

Do you know about LinkedIn ProFinder? Chances are, you may not. For some reason, the networking platform launched the new service with very little fanfare. Surprising, since at least one LinkedIn expert labels it a game changer. And the way they are rolling out the new service is a bit of a head-scratcher. What is […]

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