Google+ is DEFINITELY gaining ground. 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. IMHO,… Read More ›
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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. . .
A conversation with my husband today over his Facebook business page – one of many over the last few years :s
Hubby: Why can’t I get my blog post to show up on my business page? I clicked SHARE!
Me: You clicked on the share link at the bottom of the post again, didn’t you?
Hubby: Well, YEEEAH. I wanted to SHARE my post . . .
People ask why I only work with Small Businesses in the U.S. “Why? Mostly because American Small Business owners are just as passionate and crazy about business as I am! I have worked for specialty/ franchise /department store / corporate… Read More ›
Just how valuable is Social Media in tragic times? In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings yesterday, April 15th, 2013 – Patriot’s Day, we are reminded of how much we now depend on Social Media to maintain our human connection – especially in times of tragedy. (please leave your comments).