I think encouragement in social commerce is all about attempting to motivate others to succeed at what they are doing, helping folks to overcome common obstacles that block their path along the way and, probably most importantly, offering up the big-picture idea that someone else is online with them who is trying to be encouraging the best he can
Brian J Wood's insight:
In a way I have no clue what a "social influencer" is, what I am committed to and what the results of my encouraging words are ...and that is a bit whacked because here I am doing it
A few years ago Fred told me: "Trust online is value. When you concentrate on presence and trust you create advocacy which removes price from the equation." He added in "Build trust and make more money."
Lighting Fires, Trust and Buying Old Tools Last week I Facebook messaged Frederick Nijm, one of the founders of Addoway.com, and told him I was planning to write an Addoblog post about the topic of (Lighting Fires, Trust and Buying Old Tools http://t.co/DodE0FA...
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