Category Archives: How To Go Social

Do you put off today what you can do tomorrow?

I’m talking about procrastination. Yes, you know that word! It sends shivers up spines and causes many recurring nightmares of missing homework and running like a chicken without its head down a long high school hallway, or worse. Agh!

We all suffer from procrastination at every age. I can remember back to my childhood having projects due for school and waiting until the last minute. Then I would get stressed out and hand in something that could have been better, despite my mother’s warnings. Today, I see it in my own children. I even fall victim on occasion. However, being responsible for many different blogs I can’t let procrastination get the best of me. So, I have set a goal to show my family (and myself) how to avoid becoming the “procrastinator”.

Here are some steps I take to stay on top of everything and never let projects get away from me:

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Social Saturation

Do you feel overwhelmed by all the content on your social media channels? Are you wondering if you’re missing something or frustrated by the number of duplicate posts you see on a daily basis? You’re not alone.

Recent reports show over 800 million people are using Facebook and sharing over 3.5 billion pieces of content. Twitter is averaging over 200 million tweets per day and LinkedIn has more than 64 million users in the US alone.

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Looking To The Future To Share Your Past: Facebook Timeline Changes = Scrapbooking on steroids

Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team are shaking things up again. There were a lot of changes announced at the F8 Developer Conference in September.  Let’s get right to it…


Facebook profiles will be the users life history at a glance. As a mom I think this is too cool. I’m not that crafty and, sadly must admit, I let the picture books and archiving of my second child fall by the wayside. Now there are no more excuses. Facebook will capture all the fun pictures we’ve taken, stories and experiences we’ve shared, and places we’ve gone all on one page! The most I may have to do is click a star next to the event.

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Do you have a Corporate Social Media Policy?

Many of us are using social media in our day-to-day lives. Yes, even during work hours.  Many small business owners don’t see a potential problem with social media use and leave it to the employees to practice “good judgment” and use common sense. The idea that someone would post inappropriate statements, photos, or comments, for example is not of great concern. Plus, you don’t want to micro-manage your team. What good does that do? Actually, having a corporate social media policy can do a lot of good and still provide a feeling of empowerment.

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