One of the most important parts of building online reputation is feeding yourself a nutritious information diet of the best thinking in your field of expertise and sharing the good stuff you find effectively. Clay Johnson made the first part of this point well in his underappreciated book The Information Diet a few years ago, […]
Tammy Kahn Fennell has a nice post here: Whether you’re actively posting or just browsing through your social streams, things move pretty fast. A post is often there one minute and gone the next. With hundreds of millions of status updates and tweets sent every day, finding them later is next to impossible. Here are […]
Susan Harrow writes: So many people call themselves thought leaders now – but they aren’t. To be a thought leader takes some doing. It’s not so much about being original as it is about putting things together in an original way. It comes down to packaging your knowledge, skills, abilities, experiences, and yes, your thoughts […]
Why settle for being a rockstar on one social network when you can amp multiple platforms all at once? Please give me 5 minutes of your life… Here’s what posts added via the autoschedule feature look like in the publishing queue. You can click the image to enlarge… Related articles Hootsuite Professional Review (business2community.com) Why […]
Earlier this year I ‘discovered’ the ‘imposter complex’ thanks to my yogi Jackie Dumaine. The more I learned about it the more I understood why I haven’t finished my epic book on ‘Becoming Known’. I believe, you see, that if you can name it you can ‘fix it’. If something has a name, that means […]
One of my students writes: Here’s how:
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