Everyday tasks are boring – let’s face it. I’m talking about the copy/paste tasks of social media production, email that includes redundant or responsive text and even checking on the weather! What if you had help with these, and dozens Read More
Your clients and customers demand more than goods and services. They want to know you care about them. They want to know you understand the world they live in. We’re creating a more social world . Take the opportunity to use Read More
I got this question from a fellow Google+er (inspector bud) over on my Google+ community Today’s Home Inspector. First off, Twitter just introduced a great way to share and I just posted your question (see below) to twitter from my Read More
I “Googled” and “Binged” and I Googled and I Binged and …BOOM! paydirt! Aside from LinkedIn apparently not having landed on a fixed header width, this whole thing is brilliantly accurate (for the time being). Thanks LunaMetrics! Now I don’t have to measure Read More
Reciprocity: in-kind, whether positive or negative, responses for the actions of others. Or…as mentioned in “The Golden Rule”, one should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself. But, do you “expect” something from others when you offer a favor? For me, reciprocity is centered more on “trading” favors than making a negotiation or a contract with another person. Because there is a sense of future obligation with reciprocity it can help to develop and continue relationships with people. I think that’s why “Word of Mouth” advertising is still one of the most effective tools in your Marketing Handbag.
Ever been in a renters nightmare? Lazy landlord…noisy neighbor…paying a stranger’s mortgage…everyone’s renters nightmare is different. Whether it’s the neighbors holding a kegger on a quiet Saturday afternoon or losing water pressure when your landlord doesn’t care, renting can certainly have its challenges.
Lately I’ve circled Chris Brogan (and you should too) who recently wrote: “Google+ for Business. An in-depth look at the inner workings or Google+ and tips and tricks that’s great advise. The book is mentioned in a recent article in Top Rank, where they quoted a few of Chris’s tips for creating an effective profile on Google+.