Tipsheet: Best… Social Media Tips

Best… Social Media Tips

The number of ways you can use Social Networks seems boundless:
connecting to former colleagues and old friends, sharing up-to-the-minute news,
creating a community of common interest, marketing, sales, recruiting, investor
relations, and so on. At the same time, there is the downside: endless time
wasted, brand risk, and identity theft. With so much emphasis – from just about
everywhere – on Social Media, it seems apropos to list some of the more
effective tips and perspectives:

This week’s action plan: The very nature of
Social Media is to share ideas, links to resources, then use these as a basis
for discussion. This week, send a link to your favorite tip from this list to
your colleagues and friends: it will improve their experience, and because the
web is social, it will also improve yours.

Special request: Do you have any special Social
Media tips? Send them in, and I will compile for a future Make It Happen post.

Note: The Make It Happen Tipsheet is also available by email. Go to www.PersonalBalanceSheet.com/news
to register.

Randall Craig
www.RandallCraig.com
www.PersonalBalanceSheet.com/news

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Randall Craig has founded several successful start-ups, held a long-time position at a “big-four” consulting firm, and was an executive at an American public company. He currently serves as the 108 ideaspace CEO and chief strategist. Randall has been advising on digital strategy since 1994: he put the Toronto Star online, the Globe and Mail’s GlobeInvestor/Globefund, several financial institutions, and about 100+ other major organizations.

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