E-mail, text, voip, blog, vlog, mash, post, comment, like, tag, follow, feed, link, flick, tweet, digg, yelp . . . o m g — olly olly oxen free!
Don’t get me wrong, I love social media and all this new technology. Techno-social media, as I like to call it. (I even have a Twitter account I’m going to start using as soon as I figure out what to tweet about other than my favorite watering hole.) But it seems to me that all these new “communication” tools are taking us further away from actual communication.Read More»
“I don’t have time for Facebook!”
We get it. Most business owners didn’t open their own business because they wanted to do marketing, or sales, or accounting, or any of the other multitude of tasks necessary to run a successful business. Unfortunately, for “solopreneurs” or small businesses without employees to manage these tasks, there’s a necessary trade off between doing what you love to do (walking dogs for instance), or doing what you need to do (like sales and marketing) in order to generate new business and pay the bills.Read More»