How many potential customers raise an eyebrow when their expectations for a social media presence are unmet? How many lack confidence based on their perceptions?





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Written by lyceum
105 days ago

Rachel: Thanks for your input! I appreciate it very much!

Best Premises,

Martin



Written by centralpawebster
106 days ago




Written by lyceum
106 days ago

Rachel: Food for thought piece. I will not put any more time on Facebook pages for my businesses, but I will keep my personal page there I mix and match. I do have a pinned tweet that is now a year old. It is a reminder for me to write a post on Medium about my new Twitter handle.

I have am developing my own new media FrameWork with simple workflow process for your social media satellites like LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter (L.I.F.T), that has a foundation in your hubs that you could control, e.g., Blog, Newsletter, and Podcast (B.N.P. = acronomym for "Gross Domestic Product" in Swedish).

During introspection, reading books, e.g., LifeScale by Brian Solis and Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport, I will still be OK with be called a social media evangelist, but I will push the envelope a bit and call myself a new media essentialist...

Best Premises,

Martin



Written by centralpawebster
106 days ago

Hi there Martin,

It sounds like you've got quite the formula. I like how separated rich content sources from distribution channels. That's a conversation I have with nearly every prospect!

Preach it!

Rachel



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