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i think that You can achieve success in less than 15 minutes a day? Really? I’m a firm believer on you “get back” what you put in. So if you only spend 15 minutes a day on your Social Media initiatives, you’ll only get that back in return… or less. Social Media takes time and effort. It’s about social engagement. That means you have to be in tuned to your market’s interests and take advantage of opportunities that daily trends provide. You need to make sure that you contribute value to your audience and your community. To be part of your audience’s inner circle, you must invest the time. So ask yourself: “How much is your time really worth?” paid4tweetn
Toggle Commented Nov 9, 2012 on social reality at ~synthesis~
every business is a social business because every business has people in it; and people presumably are intrinsically social. So I don’t think it’s a question of brining it into the business I think it’s a question of unlocking it. paid4tweetn
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2012 on social business at ~synthesis~
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Toggle Commented Oct 23, 2012 on Six Golden Rules of Social Media Marketing at Blog
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