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It’s Thanksgiving Everyday
By Jerry Gitchel | |
I mark time by Thanksgiving. Each one special. Each one
Growing Your Community of Practice
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Wilder success is Doug Wilder's stock in trade. He has
Lawyers Ask, “Where do Clients Come From?”
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Recently SearchEngineLand published an inside look at how a new
Linda Harvey is Nobody’s Fool
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Your Facebook profile just got hacked! Know what to do? if not, take a page from Linda Harvey's Risk Management Playbook...
Committed Cyclist Creates 100 MPH Touring Bike
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Ludicrous? Maybe. Inconceivable? Not Even Close. For Steve Waterhouse, it's all about forward thinking, without looking back...
All Social is Local
By Jerry Gitchel | |
The best way to improve your social engagement is to close the gap that leads to trust...
For a New Perspective, Change Your Point of View
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Author Gayle Lantz suggests we are in control of our perspective when we "Choose to view yourself, your life, work and relationships".
Whatever It Takes Starts Wherever You Live
By Jerry Gitchel | |
At first glance, "We do whatever it takes to earn your business" sounds like a marketing slogan. For this Florida Auto Dealership, they demonstrated their commitment by putting it on the map...
The Anniversary You Should Never Forget (It’s Not Your Wedding)
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Have you ever forgotten (or had a spouse forget) your
Is Your Organization a Digital Follower or Transformer?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
"A sharp divide is emerging between companies which view digital
Fixing Facebook’s Split Personality
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Areyou using Facebook for both business and pleasure, but want to keep them separate? Here are some ideas to help your community show up for the right party...
Classics or Leftovers – The Art of Re-purposing Content
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Re-publishing a classic post on LinkedIn doesn't mean you're a Bad Dog. It means you're smart.
How Many Devices Do You Really Need?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Do your prospects have short little spans of attention? Great!
Crowdfunding, a Secret Source of Capital for Your Business?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Can crowdfunding help your small business raise needed capital? It may indeed be your secret superpower...
Which Social Platform Should You Use?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
It's a great question... A great second question. Here are
Are You Going? Leveraged Networking
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Whether you are planning a networking event or simply planning to attend, here are some ways you can use digital leverage if you want to create live networking success...
Effective Linking – Are We There Yet?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Remember how the kids (or when you were a kid)
Can We See You Now?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
For companies who seek mobile prospects, Google's Mobile-Friendly challenge is either a scam or a wake-up call. Here's how you can tell the difference...
American Airlines Kodak Moment
By Jerry Gitchel | |
American Airlines doesn't know who they are or where they are going. So why are they telling me where to go?
Networking Follow Up – Are You Hard of Listening?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Can You Hear Me Now? Walking the path your prospects take helps you give better directions...
“Fixing To” Does Not Cut It
By Jerry Gitchel | |
I know better. I know how to make technology work.
Just Say No to LinkedIn Discussion Group Spammers
By Jerry Gitchel | |
The invitation seemed legit, "I've been following your posts on
Remarketing is Creepy
By Jerry Gitchel | |
I get the whole “Know Thy Customer” concept. I think remarketing is just plain creepy, not to mention annoying. What I don’t get is the idea of stealth ad harassment. You don’t know it’s happening, and even if you do, good luck trying to turn it off. If you’re considering launching a remarketing campaign, consider exhausting these options first…
Project Management – The Art of the Launch
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Planning a project? Start by throwing a Launch Party - Here's why...