Top

Tag Archives | social networking

spider-web

Change: Own it first!

Why do people fear change? Change forces us to think differently, learn new things, and adapt. Humans by nature get too comfortable in their lives. Whether it’s your routine, your job, your network, even what meal you are planning.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
marketing

Social Media Networking 101

Recently, I attended my first ever social media networking (SM) event. I checked out Social Media Day 2011 at the Tattoo Rock Parlour. Since I am new to social media as part of my communication, branding and networking strategy, I figured this would be a good opportunity to meet some amazing SM people, and learn […]

Continue Reading
0 Comments
goal

A Focus on Finding Customers Online Doesn’t Work

But Social Networking Does – there’s a big difference. If you’re focusing on getting new customers online, research shows you’re not going to get many. By they way, it’s no different offline. This study could rock the online marketing world, or at least the SEO’rs, who focus on activity vs. results.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
Cloud

Social Media and Cloud Computing: A Call to Action for IT Leaders

Two days of some of the most influential speakers in IT, and a room full of the top IT executives across the major verticals all talking about the impact of Cloud Computing on enterprise – that is what the Cognizant Community Conference has to offer.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
goal

Purposeful Networking – Know your target and stay focused

There are so many ways to network and so many places to network. But the most common complaints I hear from people about networking are:

Continue Reading
0 Comments
bridge

Without Balance You Got Nothin’ Online

Balance is everything in life be it work-life balance, love or a financial spreadsheet. Balance is especially important in a relationship and this is true online. We must give in order to take, must offer value in order to receive value.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
failure_success

5 Steps to Remedy a Failing Online Community

Not all online communities for business succeed. In fact, many fail. The failure rate for online communities has been a popular research topic over the past few years and it is estimated that over 60% of online communities fail to thrive.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
man

A 4 Stage Model for Member Engagement

“If you build it, he will come.” – Field of Dreams. If only this were true for any kind of online community. However, waiting for new members to show up and engage at your site will only rarely succeed.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
wordpress

You May Not Be My Online Friend – But You Influence Me

I am growing weary of all this social media silly talk about trust and friendship as it applies to professional collaboration online.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
spider-web

Rory Sutherland: Life lessons from an ad man

Advertising adds value to a product by changing our perception, rather than the product itself. Rory Sutherland makes the daring assertion that a change in perceived value can be just as satisfying as what we consider real value.

Continue Reading
0 Comments
lego

David Logan on tribal leadership

David Logan talks about the five kinds of tribes that humans naturally form — in schools, workplaces, even the driver’s license bureau.

Continue Reading
0 Comments