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Twitter Detox – Highly Recommeded

Twitter Detox – Highly Recommeded - Avatar Posted by JackieP under Social Media
From 4288 days ago
Made Hot by: steeldawn on May 10, 2011 3:55 pm
Twitter automation is it worth your while, or can it turn out to be a huge pain the arse. I suppose it depends if your looking at it as a numbers game... Read More
Social media is a two way street allowing your small business to communicate with your network of fans and potential customers and allowing them to talk to you resulting in both positive and sometimes negative feedback. Read More
Or try to be the next Old Spice guy. Or the next.. anything. This question came up at a meeting this week, where a business contact asked, “How do I become the next Stephen Clark?” And I said.. you don’t. Read More
I am against wholly third party managed Twitter, Facebook and other accounts. Because they simply don’t work as well.

I know. Some of my colleagues in the space are having a heart attack right now. But I don’t care as much about my company’s bottom line as I do the client’s, and the maximum bene Read More
Walking into the classroom at Ann Arbor’s Skyline High School, I was a bit hesitant. I’ve been to a lot of “entrepreneurship” events, and I’m admittedly a cynic around the value of many panels.

This day, I had no reason to be hesitant.

Here are some of the key takeaways from the session.. Read More
So what are the biggest mistakes Companies make using social media? Here is my not so sweet sixteen... Read More
Times have changed. You can't just send traffic to a sales page and expect people to buy if they've never heard of you before; relationships are critical Read More
A major part of combating a national fixation on ruins and the “bad” side of Detroit is showing images and creating storylines that are just as compelling and show the rest of the city. Read More
Reddit, a subsidiary of Conde Nast Company, has reached a new milestone, garnering 1 billion monthly pageviews. That increase is said to be 300% compared to its previous stat last year and 20% compared to its recent stat last month. For the record, this is the biggest accomplishment of Reddit hitti Read More

Let Your Employees Nap At Work

Let Your Employees Nap At Work  - Avatar Posted by mirsbblogger under Strategy
From 4411 days ago
Made Hot by: BusinessBloggerPro on January 8, 2011 3:53 pm
A Cornell University study found that businesses in the U.S. lose more than $150 billion a year due to lower productivity and employee fatigue. Numerous research studies have shown that taking a nap improves an individual’s reflexes, alertness, dexterity, memory, and cognitive functionality. In fac Read More

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