Monthly Archives: May 2012

My new guest post on Convince & Convert: “Don’t Be a Social Media Guinea Pig”

Today, I have my second guest post on Jay Baer’s Convince & Convert: “Don’t Be a Social Media Guinea Pig.” Click on the image below to read why I think our attraction to whatever’s new in social media holds us back … Continue reading

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The most important piece of information in any message

What’s the most important piece of information in any message? It’s not the subject line/headline. It’s not the call to action. It’s not the date or time the message was sent, even when it’s urgent. The most important piece of information in … Continue reading

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This month’s Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly column: How to negotiate negative feedback

For the past two years, I’ve written a monthly column focused on social media for the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly. This month’s column features some advice about how to respond when you receive negative feedback on your Facebook page (or anywhere … Continue reading

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We’re all procrastinators

You know what’s way overrated? Procrastination as some kind of disease, some kind of affliction. I’ve never met anyone who claimed to be good at getting things done way ahead of schedule. The truth is, even if you’re organized, you’ll … Continue reading

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Evernote: at last, the perfect to-do list tool

Here’s the funny thing about to-do lists: they won’t save you if you forget to add an item to your to-do list. Back on April 29, for example, I said this in a post about getting to inbox zero: For … Continue reading

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