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Jan 7 Posted 1 year ago
I think you have a good point in the goal setting area.
I just have one question:
How are your thoughts about what you want to achive? Where you are going as a leader?
What I mean as , if you don´t have formulated yourself in what you want with your leadership and what position you want to be in after (say 5 or 3 years) I think you are going to have some problems in setting goals. If you don´t ahve a longer vision you don´t have thought it through properly.
What are your thoughts about that?
Jan 6 Posted 1 year ago
Well, for many companies whose social marketing efforts are not yielding the needed results, I guess this is an opportunity to reconsider their strategies. Good results in socials begins with defining goals and setting objectives with the paths and plans applicable to achieve the set goals. A great reminder post I must say.
I have left this comment in kingged.com where this post was found and syndicated for Internet marketers.
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