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By: Viveka Monday November 1, 2010 comments Tags: LinkedIn, Social Media, Twitter, Facebook

If you have been watching ABC, or bought shoes from Zappos! lately – then you’ve been touched by social media. You can’t avoid it, don’t even try.   No doubt you’ve seen your kids messaging each other - their fingers moving faster than the speed of light?  And wasn’t that guy who created Facebook™ a young whippersnapper of 19 (now a 24 year old billionaire)? So one must ask oneself, “Seriously, how could a tool utilized in such crazy, time wasting ways be a useful form of communications?”  If you think social media (facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, blogging, YouTube, etc.) is a waste of time, you are not alone. But wait – there must be something to it when Facebook is bigger than the US (population wise)at 550 million users,  and worth more... Read More


The Narcissism of Social Media

By: Viveka Friday September 3, 2010 comments Tags: Social Media, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Narcissism

Social media can look a lot like this: My story My story,  my story, my story, my story, my story, mystory, my story, my story, my story, my story, mystory, my story, my story, my story , your story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, your story, my story, my story, my story, my story… Did you catch that? My story,  my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, my story , your story , my story, my story, my story, my story, my story, your story , my story, my story, my story, my story… And that’s the problem.  The narcissism on social media can run rampant.  And the thing is, the more you talk about yourself, the less people listen. One of my... Read More


Facebook in 10 Minutes a Day

By: Viveka Wednesday March 17, 2010 comments Tags: LinkedIn Expert, Social Media, Facebook, Esy Tips

These easy steps will help you be more effective on Facebook (in less than 10 minutes a day) Share valuable updates every day (3 minutes) Share valuable information (you might schedule your updates using Hootsuite.com) Respond to Questions and Requests Give someone a positive Vote Link to your site (1 minute) Share some valuable information with a link back to your website Let RSS feed upload your blog automatically Invite new fans (2 minutes) Use Facebooks advanced search to find clients in your industry and invite them Add fan pages to your lists Share your URL with your existing email list and ask them to join Check Ad stats adjust (2 minute) How are your ads doing? Add a few cents to increase hits Edit your ad to increase hits Change the... Read More