Jerry Maguire show-me-the-money

Blogging for business is still met with quite a bit of scepticism in some circles. It can be a challenge to convince the hardline disbelievers that blogging can be a very worthwhile part of their marketing and it shouldn’t be ignored. The fact is, as with so many sceptics, people want proof. Rather than giving..

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Online reviews The customer is always right (sometimes)

Dealing with criticism online can be a minefield, and it can quickly escalate into a PR nightmare if mishandled as many big brands have discovered, such as this example of a poorly handled Twitter experience by RTE. But I recently came across an example of one business owner who took a seemingly very high risk..

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Twitter Fail Whale

Twitter brings with it a wealth of opportunities for businesses to connect with their customers and potential customers, generate sales leads, network, build relationships, create awareness and ultimately drive sales. If used correctly, Twitter can be one of the most valuable additions to your business marketing armoury. Use it wrong though, and you could have..

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Here's Johnny! Social media tip from The Shining

“To be or not to be..” – classic one liners are nothing new – they’ve been around for as long as stories could be told, and the most memorable have become part of our every day language. What makes them memorable is that they’re draped in emotion – sorrow, pain, joy, laughter, inspiration, shock, horror,..

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Social media for recruiters

Employers use social media to have a look at the public profiles of employees and potential employees. Fact. It’s not a new discovery. And yet, it appears it is actually a stunning revelation to so many. Why? With so many businesses, brands and professionals on social media, why would it come as such a surprise..

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