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TGIF: Don’t automate the personal touch!

June 12, 2015

Our Friday Short piece of Social Advice is Let your brand shine through!

I love this advice that came out of the Social Shakeup in Atlanta!  ” Never automate the personal touch, When you put out content, your personality and value comes in and you don’t want to automate that.”

You can automate amplifications, but you cannot automate relationships.

How do you let your personality shine through? Identify your power users and influencers, understand who they are and build real relationships with them.

 

 

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Your Secret Weapon: Video is about engagement and retention!

June 10, 2015

I love video blogs!   Video is so trusted and engaging!  Now I know that retention is also stronger!

Use video whenever you can !

video rocks

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TGIF: Millennial Mystery

May 29, 2015

Millennial-Mystery

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Digital Marketing Comes of Age

May 27, 2015

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4 Key Themes of social media across global organizations

May 18, 2015
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Wearable IOT? !

May 11, 2015
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What I learned from my Mom!

May 6, 2015

Today is my Mom’s birthday.    I don’t get to live close anymore, but we do talk daily.    As I was chatting with a friend who recently lost her mom, she reminded me to cherish each moment so I decided to write the Top 7 Things I love about my mom!

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  1. Gives without expecting anything in return.    My mom is the most giving person I know.  Of course to her children, but to all.  She extends herself without expecting anything in return.
  2. Leads by example.  Whether she is gardening, or doing Tax Returns,  my mom leads by example.  She never asks anyone to do anything that she isn’t willing to do herself.
  3. Chooses Attitude over circumstances.   One of the things my mom taught me is that you sometimes cannot change your circumstances, but your attitude you have control over.   Make sure you keep your attitude in check, and don’t let those circumstances control you!
  4. Exudes “Smart.”  My mom was valedictorian in High School but could not afford to go to college.  Yet, she still used her incredible intelligence to be so successful in life.   She is not just book smart, but life smart.
  5. Grows in faithfulness.   My mom is faithful in her faith and God.  She has a gentle and trusting spirit.
  6. Shares Encouragement.   I cannot remember a time when my mom didn’t encourage her friends, family, and even pets.   She is a natural encourager — go Mom Go!
  7. Exemplifies Love.   My mom loves unconditionally.   Her love is soft and gentle yet strong.

I know that Mother’s day is upcoming as well and I cannot be more thankful for the beautiful woman who is my mom.

She has taught me how to be a good mom and leader!

Celebrate your mom today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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