Tag Archives: Twitter

The Twitter Trap


The Twitter Trap By BILL KELLER Published: May 18, 2011 : What thinking in 140 characters does to our brains. This article is providing good perspectives on how Twitter and other social media may have an impact on the way you learn or how you make … Continue reading

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Cross-Cultural Non Verbal Communication


Because we live in a shrinking global village, more and more people from different cultures are interacting with each other so  it is important to learn appropriate gestures and non verbal communication  to avoid conflicts or international  business negotiation failures. … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech, Social Media and Revolutions


A lot have been said about the role of  Twitter and Facebook in the Tunisian’s “Jasmine revolution”, but social media did nothing to ignite this revolt. It was the Tunisians who wanted to end 24 years of dictatorship, corruption, unemployment … 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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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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5 Tips on How to Connect With People You Don’t Know (Part II)


“Try to understand the person first before being understood”
“Twitter helps make “statistically impossible connections” Continue reading

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Quick Tips On Social Networking For Business


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] I have listened to this complimentary webinar and I found it very valuable and clear on what is in it for you to use social networking for business. Audio/slides presentation from George Kao: http://www.georgekao.net/choice.html Here a brief summary … Continue reading

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