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Hi Melonie, thanks for the article. I have a short question and an equally short comment.
Q: Many sites and blogs ask for web address in addition to email when you identify yourself, do you recommend leaving the web address blank?
A pet peeve I find, along with a number of others it seems, is that even though ALL LinkedIn groups have two separate channels, discussion and promotion, many of the discussions fill with BSP pretty quickly.
It could be that GM was sending a message on the eve of the IPO circus to say....
"We are a company that actually produces something. Something that people actually need. And we need to focus our energy on people who are ready to buy, not just talk about it."
Have a magnificent day yourself.
Good coverage on this, Melissa. Perhaps a missing point that helped this all come together the way it is that Taylor guitars is a creative closely-held tight ship with a passion for creating high quality instruments for other creative people.
United is top-heavy slow-moving behemoth wherein everything that doesn't follow a specific pattern either falls through the cracks or is too troublesome to bother over.
OK, you probably can't say what I just did about UAL... I probably shouldn't either, but my name's not at the top of the article.
What could be a great follow-on to this might me data on the relative sizes of companies compared to their handling of a SocMed emergency situation.
I'll retweet from TweetDeck occasionally, but don't usually use the retweet function on twitter because it doesn't provide an opportunity to add comment/potential value.
I do hope all the spam links in these comments are tongue-in-cheek.