As we begin to use the internet and social media more and more often for business purposes, it becomes increasingly important to remember that etiquette applies to the internet world as well as the real.
I recently received an email from a colleague asking to connect on LinkedIn…
…the problem was he sent the same email to about one hundred different people, and included us all in the ‘to’ box!
Whenever you send an email to large groups of people, it is important to remember to use the ‘bcc’ (blind carbon copy) function. When you include… […]
I recently connected with a gentleman, Mark, who sent this email: “Lori, please accept my genuine thanks for connecting with me on LinkedIn. What do you like the most about LinkedIn?” Others have asked the […]
The meterioric growth of Social Media in a down economy has made one previously underused tool of the business world easier and more effective than ever before. I’m talking about virtual teams collaborating on mutually beneficial projects. […]
In conjunction with MicroAssist, I’ll be presenting a free webinar on creating an integrated social media strategy on Thursday, October 7, at 2pm Central. Register at http://smwebinar.eventbrite.com. For a growing number of organizations, using social […]
Quote of the day, from Jay Solo on Twitter: I find it fascinating to look at Joe Random LinkedIn of Twiitterites and find 8-way 3rd degree linkage through wildly disparate connections. Are you on Twitter? […]
Seems my 25-minute interview at the Electronic Retailing Association annual conference last November has made its way to YouTube: I cover a lot of ground — the state of social media and social networking, internet […]