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Thanks for your input, Kent. There is definitely something to say for maintaining a certain amount of autonomy and establshing a withstanding professional reputation.
Of course, Pam. Thanks for the reply! We love your writing and work over here at exploreB2B. We'll be following you :)
Love this post: great, thoughtful writing and couldn't agree more about the need for social media professionals to utilize their creative and analytic brains.
I help run a publishing platform and would love to see more thought-provoking posts, such as this one. Let me know if you're interested and I'll send you the link.
Erin ([email protected])
Thanks for the article; I found it really helpful and entertaining. Just wanted to let you know though, that when you go to tweet this piece, the following appears "10 Reasons I Donâ��t Retweet You & Your Content http://soc.li/WhhFp5W."
The text is botched and there is no twitter handle (oops, SMT). I know your point is to educate and not to gather tweets, but thought that it was ironic for this post. It's safe to say that sometimes this stuff just happens. Maybe patience is also an important factor in social media engagement. I am still going to take the time to write this comment, correct the title and find your twitter handle because I like and appreciate what you have to say.
The interesting thing about Facebook is that despite opposition and disappointment in newly implemented features, users always seem to adapt (even, when they are outwardly opposed). I guess that's what happens when you own a powerful, virtual space. I'd like to see something new from Facebook, but I have no doubt users will smoothly adapt to the shift.
Thanks for the post, Maggie.
That's great you would like to contribute. I tried to send the link to the email above, but received an error message. Here is the link to the forum: https://exploreb2b.com/topics?by_locale=en
Let me know if you have any questions (erin [at] exploreb2b [dot] com) and feel free to contribute more than one piece if you have the material (and/or time).
Look forward to reading more from you in the forum.