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Nils Smith is the innovation pastor at Community Bible Church in San Antonio, Texas. He’s the author of the The Social»
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In this episode, Frank Viola and Adrian Warnock discuss what Christians need to know about the online world -- including»
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In this episode of "This is Your Life," Michael Hyatt considers how otherwise busy leaders might be able to fi»
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Photo Credit: Thomas Hawk via Compfight cc   How do you walk the fine line between actively growing your social media presence and turning people off for being too self-promoting? If this is a concern for you, rest easy, because there is a handy formula for knowing exactly what to post and how often. If you are using social media for personal branding or for business, consider following the 10–4–1 Rule. 10 X other people’s content The»
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Big data has been the big buzzword in the world of technology for some time now. Basically, it is a term used to describe the billions and billions of megabytes of information that is compiled from human interactions on the internet. Every action you take on the internet from the morning Wall Street Journal articles you clicked on this morning to the Facebook status you liked this afternoon become part of this Big Data.   Photo Credit: Rodrigo»
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In my social media consulting business for business owners and executives who want to build their personal and business brand, I often speak with highly motivated individuals who “want to learn about the social media thing” and “make it work for our business”. Then they want me to help them jump into deep end of the pool, meaning they want to immediately dominate Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and Google Plus. While I’m obviously happy to»
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If you have read my blogs before, you know I believe in intentionality with regards to using social media for building a platform and/or for marketing a business. At the same time, I’m also a bigger fan of getting things done. I like to say that my favorite color is “done”. That means that things like new web automation and social media scheduling tools give me a more-than-healthy dose of adrenaline, especially if I can use them to save»
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Photo Credit: Ahmed Rabea via Compfight cc   You probably don’t consider social media to be an employee of your business, but here is why you should. As a business owner, you likely put a lot of thought into the people that you hire. Both in terms of their fit into your organization and the value that individual brings. You have people who handle your books, your marketing, sales, and various other positions. You probably often ask yourself: »
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Do you ever catch yourself feeling slightly panicked when you clear out all of the Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus notifications? Do you find yourself briefly checking these again and again and you can’t focus on what to do next. It’s OK to answer yes, even though you are reading this blog and are obviously interested in the value of social media. Don’t get me wrong, there certainly is great value in it. But social media, like money, is»
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Photo Credit: cali.org via Compfight cc Like most effective leaders, you’re probably juggling a family, a career, a social life, and many more responsibilities (and doing a killer job at all of them). This means that social media and blogging understandably get bumped down the priority list. You have probably said to yourself, “There just aren’t enough hours in a day.” or, “If only I could clone myself.”. Well, you are certainly not»