Tag Archives: Linkedin

Klout Score: Content Is Key !


There are sure ways to lose your audience’s trust and patience on social media: making noise and becoming lazy, stopping creating educative or entertaining content and boring people with self-selling monologues. A lot have been said about Klout  the “standard” for measuring online influence. … Continue reading

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How Long Can You Really Stay Offline ?


Starting last Saturday and finishing Monday May 30 was memorial weekend in the US. Beside parades and various celebrations, for many Americans it is also the first day of “summer”. Community pools open, people start  BBQ parties and de-winterize their sprinkler … Continue reading

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7 Billion: Are You Typical?


Thought provoking video from  National Geographic Magazine ! You think your cultural values are universal ? Think again ! The questions that this excellent video raises are : How this shift in demographics will affect the way business is done globally … Continue reading

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Five Mistakes People Make Reading Your Body Language


Those are typical  mistakes people make all the time especially in a multicultural context.   For example while I was working in Japan,  looking straight in the eyes of a Japanese business person would be considered as very impolite and … Continue reading

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How to Use LinkedIn to Find a New Job


LinkedIn more than just another social network. It’s a powerful job search tool. They have a pretty good section on how to find a job with LinkedIn. via How to Use LinkedIn to Find a New Job.   Related Articles … Continue reading

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5 Sure Ways To Make People Upset On Social Media


This list is the most common networking mistakes I think people make on social media that are annoying most of the people I know. 1- Sending a ” caned message”, like the “Join my network on LinkedIn”  without  presenting  yourself and give … Continue reading

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Dear Executives: If You Are Not On Linkedin, Your Competitors Are!


This article is about executives who have a job or executive job seekers. I am not talking about how companies can create competitive advantages by using Linkedin. When I first posted about using Linkedin, few executives were openly using it to … Continue reading

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My Clients Are Not On Twitter Should I Tweet ?


Image via CrunchBase [tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”]       If you want to learn why and how people use Twitter there is a small  but very relevant conversation on the Linkedin group  Social Media Today (to read discussions you must join the … Continue reading

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The Boomer Boom On Social Media


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] Few months ago Mashable. com  posted : Why Your Grandpa Is on Facebook ? “Old people” on Facebook: They couldn’t beat it, so they joined it So by now,  you have probably noticed that  the Baby Boomers are … Continue reading

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Social Media Usage Across Cultures


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] With the globalization we have seen an increase of usage of social media everywhere. According to Nielsen research (January 2010), global consumers spent more than five and half hours per month on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter … Continue reading

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