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Another example of real-life attitudes ringing loud and clear on social media. No special social media plan required, just common sense!
Small changes can make a big difference in establishing trust and building a network that benefits everyone :)
Thank you for your comment,
The thing to consider is that the messages are sent in the brand's voice. It wouldn't make sense to be chatty if you're brand has a more conservative image. On the other hand, if you're a event promoter, it could work really well!
Brands (especially, smaller ones) have a harder time turning social media into something meaningful - Many just think of Twitter as something they HAVE to do.
Thank you for your comment Konstantin!
Wondering the same thing as Kent.
Aside from the networking aspect, LinkedIn is a transparent way of sharing your work experience and history. That in itself helps employers validate people.
Hi Khalid - When writing a new post, you can put a video link in the HTML code like this:
<iframe src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/ADrc7JSs_5s?feature=player_embedded" width="640" height="360" frameborder="0"></iframe>
Just change the http link to whatever you need to. You can see it in action in my latest post http://socialmediatoday.com/gursharn/858316/get-your-book-published-social-networking
Hope that helps!