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April 12, 2015
New client relationships usually start off all rosy and pink-cheeked, like a new bride walking down the isle, full of joy and excitement about what lies ahead once she slips that ring on her finger. Then, like a couple married in Vegas by an Elvis wanna-be, sometimes the ink isn’t even dry on the certificate before those emotions turn into something darker.
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August 25, 2014
As more and more people use and rely on their smartphones and web browsers for information and ideas, businesses are having to adjust their online advertising plans and budgets.
March 02, 2011
So. Are you a Servant Leader? Do you give to receive? Social networking is about building relationships and sharing. Social networking is also about interaction and exchange. And depending on the quality of your input, or lack thereof, others will generally form their perception about you and your worthiness of their business … or friendship. What does your social media footprint say about you? Please tell me what you think.
November 01, 2007
Google's OpenSocial initiative has ignited conversations globally. Many are discussing its potential impact on Facebook and wondering how the likes of LinkedIn, Ning, Plaxo, hi5, Friendster, Viadeo and Oracle could agree to cooperate and collaborate on a standard set of API's to feed creative...
October 23, 2007
From Personal Profiles to Business Profiles: It is about time! Business 3.0 was created by Mike Zeuthen and Jason Ward. Mike Zeuthen wanted his business, Under Pressure, on Facebook to sell his target market. Facebook didn't allow it, so Mike and Jason made it happen. Business 3.0 is the end...
October 19, 2007
The Relationship Economy starts with giving something of value for free . To make something that is “ free ” valuable to the virtual community an individual or organization must think “what is the community need, want, desire and if given for free would it be considered valuable”. Consider the...
October 17, 2007
A business network can be defined as a group of people that have some kind of commercial relationship. For example the relationships between boss-employee, buyer-supplier, and colleague-colleague. Purpose Business Networks are formed to leverage the presence of a firms offerings and to advance the...
October 11, 2007
While their use is still largely limited to less-than-mission-critical purposes, online social networking services are becoming more popular for business purposes. Much of the current emphasis seems to focus on limited application to businesses systemically rather approaches seem to be limited to “...