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Sep 24 Posted 2 years ago
"Do unto others as you would have done unto you is such a good maxim for both marketing and collaborative interaction." Couldn't agree more, CHopeMurray. Great insight.
Thanks to you both for the feedback!
Sep 22 Posted 2 years ago
Just sharing inspiration quotes are too much as well?
Sep 21 Posted 2 years ago
Good advice especially when dealing with clients and customers.
The same guidelines can be applied to social media collaboration and reciprocal communications, though in this case dont sacrifice sense for brevity, where more provides better understanding. For interactions such as these it is always better to be generous with sharing your thoughts, but keep a ready rein on personal color unless familiarity has been established. And never share secrets or confidential information in the social domain, there are other avenues and venues for such exchanges.
Rewards are also more than appropriate in collaboration, but rather than offers, discounts and incentives an appreciative word or two about the collaborator or their contribution(s) is a good start.
Do unto others as you would have done unto you is such a good maxim for both marketing and collaborative interaction.