Browsing All posts tagged under »Social Business«

Too Much Content; Not Enough Eyeballs

September 19, 2014

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We all know that the internet is constantly exploding with new content and new marketing strategies. However, the population, literacy rate, and the amount of time that people have to pour over new content is not increasing at even close to the same rate. Thus, marketers need to face the fact that the number of […]

52 Tweetable Tips On How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure and Friendship With Others

September 8, 2014

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My friend Kare Anderson wrote Mutuality Matters: How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others. In this post Kare shares a deck of cards worth of bite-sized takeaways from here book. Pick three things from this list that you will incorporate into your life starting this week? 52 Twitter-sized tips from the […]

Social Business Starts With Leaders Connecting Socially To Employees

April 1, 2013

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One of the huge benefits that social media (still) has going for it is that it still feels very intimate. Some people complain that social media dilutes their “real” relationships and enhances their less meaningful ones, and that can be entirely true depending on how you choose to use and it with whom. But inside […]

Social Business – Going from Qualitative to Quantitative

March 27, 2013

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IBM decided to put some quantitative data around social business to find out if social was helping them as a business. Like most organization IBM has inside sales, which they call Teleweb since they use phone, email, etc. talking to customers. So, they decided to take a closer look at their Teleweb team and ask, “When using social, are they demonstrably more successful?”

Customer Engagement Starts First With Employee Engagement

March 13, 2013

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Engaging the customer has firmly become part of buzzword soup. Sadly, when that happens little is actually done to achieve the thing it originally meant. However, in this case you can avoid that from happening. If you look at the companies that are most closely engaged with their customers, you will see that they are deeply engaged with their employees, notes Sandy Carter from IBM

Everyone’s Got Mobile Marketing, But Do You Get How Different It Now Is?

February 28, 2013

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As a midsized business you probably have some kind of mobile support as part of your marketing mix. So what? People’s primary method of interacting with technology is now becoming a mobile device. This is how they stay in touch with family and friends, catch up on the news, or find a great place to […]

How Do You Connect Employees And Their Passion To The Brand?

February 2, 2013

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Often companies “roll out the new re-branding” to employees. and the marketing team then quickly puts a check mark in the done box and they're on to the next. Often brand managers focus only on the communications deliverables and not the holistic reality of creating passionate brand ambassadors from within the company.

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