Items Tagged with 'twitter'


The questions that matter most in a sales presentation

March 28, 2014
When you’re giving your sales presentation, do you really know what the customer is thinking or what they’re asking themselves as you’re presenting? Read More

What are the 6 types of Twitter conversations?

February 28, 2014
In the early days of social media, self-appointed gurus of the medium pointed out the wisdom of keeping social channels distinct. Read More

Will Twitter’s IPO make it mainstream?

October 31, 2013
Twitter is about to fly into the world of publicly held companies. Read More

The Twitter you may not know — but definitely should

April 19, 2013
What’s in a tweet? For most people it’s a post and a prayer. Read More

Employers: Don’t ‘friend’ employees

February 1, 2013
The Internet Privacy Protections Act, signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder in December, is not sweeping legislation in the area of Internet privacy, but it does clarify a few things for employers and employees. Read More

Gov. Snyder signs law protecting online passwords

January 1, 2013
| By AP
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation into law aimed at prohibiting employers from asking job applicants and employees for online passwords and other account information. Read More

Is the government really interested in online dialogue?

December 27, 2012
The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article recently about the District of Columbia using social media analytics to grade each governmental department based on citizen comments. You can see for yourself at Grade.DC.Gov. Read More

What color should downtown's 'Blue Bridge' be painted?

December 7, 2012
Turns out downtown’s “Blue Bridge” has a formal name: the Indiana Railroad Bridge. Who knew? Not a lot of people, if one judges by the Facebook comments that followed the Downtown Development Authority’s call for color suggestions on re-painting the bridge. Read More

It's time for a 'Law of Digital Etiquette'

October 24, 2012
"No electronic devices allowed!” I was at a large government-sponsored session for technologists, and the intent of the registration desk sign was unmistakable. They were trying to keep us from our cell phones and tablets! Read More

KitchenAid's Twitter channel travels full circle after errant tweet

October 5, 2012
During the presidential debate this week @KitchenAidUSA posted the following tweet about President Obama's grandmother to its 24,000 followers, according to “Obamas gma even knew it was going 2 b bad! ‘She died 3 days b4 he became president’. #nbcpolitics." Read More