Handling Negative Comments
If you are active in social media, then, you know what I am talking about and even if you are not, still this would be good information. Here are few tips on handling negative comments: – 1) Distinguish between comment and a rant – Comments are worth listening and responding to and can help in … read more
The New Generation of Business Leaders
Well, here are some qualities you might want to consider when hiring leaders in your organization (yes, these are beyond the standard list of questions given to every manager): – 1) Passionate about the job – Has the person shown passion on what they have done before in their career? You will know a passionate person when … read more
Microblogging, Blogging..and now Miniblogging???
So, I am starting a new trend from this week onwards that I will write “miniblogs” (maybe I have coined this word ). Miniblog is a blog that uses pictures, bullets, charts etc. to write in 350 words or less. People have been doing it but not realizing that it can be separate concept. So, all my … read more
Social Marketing is here to stay – Study says (not me)
The study conducted by research firm Psychster and commissioned by cooking/recipe hub Allrecipes.com, was to experimentally test user engagement across a variety of so-called “widgets,” defined to be interactive ad types that may prompt users to engage their peers in a social manner. The report also found that corporate profile pages (like Facebook Fan pages) produced … read more
Google Buzzin' or Buzzin' Off??
The Google Buzz has its share of issues after its launch. The real power that Buzz had was the existing170+ million gmail users. Easy enough, Google thought that, WE the users, would want to follow the people we mostly chat or send emails to OR create a auto-follower list from our Gmail address book. This way … read more