It is time to call forth social media pastors, healers, and evangelists! Have you noticed that the larger churches have made some serious upgrades to their website in 2009? Churches now have Twitter accounts, Facebook fan pages, and blogs. Their members who are getting it done in the workplace are stepping up and bringing their […]
If you have a Twitter or Friendfeed account, you’ve no doubt already heard the news that Facebook acquired Friendfeed. But what does that mean to users like you and me?
Granted, the majority of you probably didn’t have a Friendfeed account 48 hours ago. Just last week, I tried to get my Facebook friends to sign […]
More than any other objection, I hear people refuse to try Twitter because no one is THAT interesting. They don’t care if someone is going to the grocery store or getting their hair dyed. And they definitely don’t want to know that someone’s kid is getting potty trained (then don’t follow me). More often than […]
This is the age of self-promotion. Blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn, communities, conferences. All for the sake of promoting one’s expertise. A trend I’ve noticed is the super popular blogger / tweeter with thousands of readers and followers, yet they can’t afford a car or a home. Their level of influence is inflated beyond their success. Some […]