I am not surprised to find LinkedIn at the top of this list. I am surprised that Delicious and Slideshare are not here. These are too sites that can help with research, thought leadership connection points and networking at a very niche level. Have you used Slideshare that way?
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
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Sunday, November 21, 2010
Disney Institute is the educational arm of Walt Disney Company. Several business associates of mine attended and have written blog posts on their take always from the event. Jennifer has a Business Blog and also blogs about wine.
When the priority of a brand or business is all about the customer and not the bottom dollar or business itself, it can be pretty impressive. One of my aha moments of this seminar was the question that theRead more at jenniferstinnett.com
DisneyTheme Parks receiving pretty regularly, which is: “What time is the 3 O’Clock parade?”. How many of your employees or even yourself included would roll your eyes at that and utter .. “seriously?” or smile and say ” ummm… 3 O’Clock”. What Disneyhowever, has educated their staff to understand that while the question may come to them as “What time is the 3 O’Clock parade?” the REAL answer to this question is “You may want to get to a great spot by 2:45 and if you can, find a place right in front of the ice cream parlor. The view for your pictures will be fantastic with the Cinderellacastle in the background. Also — you’ll be close to ice cream on this hot day.” What a fabulous response.
Monday, November 15, 2010
I interviewed Cassie Graper, Director of Media Production at Angel MedFlight a few weeks back and just posted on my blog about it. Be sure to check out the chart showing the steady growth in traffic on the website.
Medical air travel organization using social media to get results
Can one Green Bay WI native deal with the heat and solve a business problem in Arizona? Picture this scenario – you provide a service that is not needed every
day, in fact, it might only be once in a lifetime. How do you educate the public about your service, gain trust and stay at top of mind? Would you consider using social media?
Thursday, November 11, 2010
PC mag has a an article out on Facebook behavoir that you might want to read and validate what you might be doing in that space.
How to Be a Jerk on
You have lots of great, interesting friends on the leading social network. Here's how to lose them.
It's not hard to make friends, at least onRead more at www.pcmag.com