Twitter & Brands
Let’s try this Twitter style: 140 characters max per paragraph. No embedded links. (Click the URL instead).
-Last week, I posted “That’s Great – But How Do I Use It in My Business,” discussing ways to use Twitter in biz: http://tinyurl.com/dawp3g
-Below are some other Twitter biz resources, found on Mashable (excellent social media blog – http://mashable.com/):
-#1) “The 7 Ways to Approach Twitter” – http://tinyurl.com/cdovtg
-#2) “40 of the Best Twitter Brands and the People Behind Them” – http://tinyurl.com/8bkoxp
Hope these help!
Cindy Collins Smith – SOCAP
SOCAP Post-Symposium Thoughts
One of my short-term goals coming out of the Symposium is to continue to dial-up consumer feedback in my company – based on some of the presentations I attended and Data Reporting Workshop, I’m going to focus on reading even more verbatim comments to try to get to even more insights. Also, looking forwarding to sharing more call recordings and further bring to life ECHO – every contact has an opportunity (a thought that Marie Shubin of Gallo shared).
Also planning to meet with Public Relations at my company to get a an update on the details of how were are already listening to social media and to discuss how we can do more.
As a SOCAPer chairing the conference committee, I’d like to encourage everyone that attended the Symposium to fill out the Symposium evaluation form that was emailed to participants. Your input really helps drive decisions about the upcoming Annual Conference in Tucson, Arizona – October 11-14th and other conferences in 2010.
Eileen Troise – Dannon
Reflections from a Train
Well, I’m on a train heading home reflecting on what a wonderful conference it was.
I went into the office for a bit and was able to talk to Amy Curtis-McIntyre. What a dynamic and fun person! She really is a neat lady.
I’m glad to have met and spent time with even more wonderful SOCAP members and have a long list of people that I can’t wait to see in Tuscon!!!
Matt Sanders – Hyatt
Win Friends and Influence Bosses - NOW!
All it takes is one little email. Yeah, it’s nice sending a little thank-you note to your boss. But that really is the least you can do. Why not settle for more!
Instead of just sending a thank-you note or a symposium summary (that you won’t have time to write and your boss won’t have time to read), send a quick list of action items: here’s how business is going to improve around here because I was at the symposium! Then bullet your to-do list.
And while you’re at it, why not point out how compelling the October annual conference will be: Doing More With Less. Sounds like the kind of thing that could more than pay for itself…
John Cronce – Jockey