As 2013 comes to a close, we revisit our analysis of overused buzzwords in members’ profiles for the fourth year in a row. Does ‘creative’ once again dominate as it has for the past two years? Or will we see some surprising changes?
More objects are becoming embedded with sensors and gaining the ability to communicate. The resulting information networks promise to create new business models, improve business processes, and reduce costs and risks.
Excerpt from article on Social Media Examiner: "Your Facebook profile and Facebook business page can work together today.
On one hand, it’s important for a company to have a professional Facebook business page that’s in line with the company’s messaging, target audience and branding. But the way you use your Facebook personal profile can also play a role in the success of social media for your business, and this is often overlooked.
There are many ways you can leverage the activities in your personal profile to benefit your business and build relationships with current and past customers.
Here are 10 ways to leverage your personal Facebook profile for business. #1: Allow Follows to Your Personal Profile; #2: Celebrate Moments; #3: Catch People Doing Something Right; #4: Use Graph Search to Reach Influencers; #5: Tell Your Story; #6: Tag Your Company Photos; #7: Leave Facebook Voice Messages; #8: Give a Facebook Gift; #9: Find More Intel on the People You Want to Work With; #10: Set Up Facebook Lists;
Start thinking beyond the status update and take advantage of the enormous opportunities to leverage your personal profile for business to build stronger relationships with your professional contacts..."
TED Talks Wat motiveert ons om te werken? In tegenstelling tot conventionele wijsheid, is het niet alleen geld, maar ook niet echt vreugde. Het lijkt erop dat de meesten van ons kunnen gedijen door constante vooruitgang en een gevoel van betekenis.
What motivates us to work? Contrary to conventional wisdom, it isn't just money. But it's not exactly joy either. It seems that most of us thrive by making constant progress and feeling a sense of purpose.