How To Use Buffer to Manage Twitter for Business

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A few times each year, I take a long hard look at the tools I use to manage my presence and do some Spring cleaning. Part of my role at The Karcher Group is presence building online and brand evangelism, and that means dedicating a decent amount of time each day to both creating my […]

What the Plus! Guy Kawasaki on Why Google+ is for Passion

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If you’re a business-savvy internet user, you already know about Guy. The video below is about 16 minutes long – much longer than most of the interviews I typically record, but well worth your time and attention. After talking with him, I understand why there’s always a flurry of activity that surrounds Guy Kawasaki. He is enchanting. Guy’s new […]

7 Practices to Help You Warm Up Before Making an Ask

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One of the great things about living in a world where the web (potentially) connects just about everyone, is that we can make things happen by simply being good stewards of relationships. PR professionals know this well, and have for years. Part of getting clients placed in news publications and editorial stories is maintaining good relationships with editors […]

Folders May Be the Answer to Human Clutter in Google+ Circles

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After about six months of playing around, my Google+ Circles have become a terrible mess. And, what you see below only scratches the surface of my disorganization. Starting out, I felt like I had a good framework that let me organize contacts by geographic area, industry, special interests and even periods of time in my life. […]

Google Plus Photos: 5 Reasons Why This G+ Feature is an Amazing Blog Tool

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It’s well over a month in, and the web is still buzzing with content about Google Plus. Fascination of early adopters, most with their own blogs, has produced pages of ideas, experiments and reviews of the social network. We know that G+ is having some type of effect on our other web properties, but it’s still […]