If you clearly set expectations with your customers (or your kids), including noting the choices or options available, sharing any relevant urgency, reminding them of the important parts and delivering what you promised, your interactions will be much more fruitful.
I hate spaminars. Here is why.
What do you do on those days? When nothing is really wrong, but nothing is right, either? I think those days are the true test of our resolve to go forward, to be nice, to choose good. Even the selfish can respond unselfishly to a tragedy, but how we respond to the minor annoyances, set backs and irritations on a daily basis is indicitive of our true character. And, fundamental to the character of our business.
Part two of my Making Social Media Matter for Business series, including a list of great resources and my thoughts on what works in this marketing space for business users.
A few butterflies before a presentation is a good thing… it’s been said that familiarity breeds contempt but I think it’s complacency that breeds contempt for your audience.
Thoughts on relevance and promotion for business, using Social Media. In other words, making social media matter for business.
NOTE: this post was first published over at @techpr’s blog. Thanks to Marivic for giving me some space to write until I had this one up! During a Social Media Mastermind (@smmtulsa) meeting recently, the group collectively tackled a member’s questions, ones that are nearly universal these days: “Should my business be involved in Social […]