I am no longer wasting my time on Facebook trying to cultivate more followers. I have been on Social Media since 2008 and have spent as much time analyzing its use as I have using it. It all boils down to WHY we are on a social media platform. I think I speak for many in this simple breakdown . . .
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Sorry, Ruby Tuesdays, but when you opened a store in 2004 in a rural area of North Georgia, you had a tough time hiring good people… Here’s my TRUE story of a customer service comedy of errors I experienced at Ruby Tuesdays and the mall food court.
If you haven’t taken the time to explore the beauty, versatility, and content quality of Google+, you simply don’t know what you are missing and you are paying too much attention to old information…
Is Twitter really dying? . . . and is its decline a harbinger of social media fate? I’m sad to say it, but I agree with a recent article: A Eulogy for Twitter – Adrienne LaFrance and Robinson Meyer – The… Read More ›
Since my business demographic is primarily boomers, I know better. I’m a boomer, too. And I know full well that we boomers had to conquer and endure the pioneering stages of modern technology. Nothing, and I mean nothing, today is as hard to master as MS-DOS was. . .