Monthly Archives: December 2014

Social Media strategy is DEAD

Yes the days of the Social Media strategy are over. And if you don’t already have a Social Media strategy there is no need to fret, social media strategies are no longer needed. Social media is no longer a buzzword … Continue reading

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Simplicity

The baggage we carry through life can weigh and slow us down. Simplify your life by asking what experiences enrich your life and choose to keep them, clear your mind of the useless baggage by forgiving and forgetting. Remember any … Continue reading

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Business Case for Social Media

It’s the end of 2014 and most of the popular social media platforms have been around for more than 7 years now, yes more than 7 years – that is longer than most companies have as a strategic long term plan, … Continue reading

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Word of Mouth – How it works

Everybody knows that word of mouth is your best advertising, but how does it actually work? When will people talk about you, your product or your service? What makes you different? Conventional wisdom says that if you have an outstanding … Continue reading

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Recruiting Talent and Clients

What sort of title is this you may ask? Talent acquisition is very different from attracting clients, and my question back at you is ‘Why is it different?’ Whether we are attracting the right talent or clients to our organizations … Continue reading

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The Key of Gratitude

Today is my sons birthday and I thought that I would share with you the letter I wrote to him. I do hope that you find a bit of inspiration in the letter for your own lives. The Key of … Continue reading

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The Speed of Achievement

Speed you ask, well then how fast is fast, well if you asked your granny and a world champion racing driver the same question they would give entirely different answers. The main reason for this is that your granny and … Continue reading

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What the client wants VS What we want.

I want you to consider and think carefully about the following quotation … “The speed at which you respond on social media has a direct correlation to how much you care for your clients.” Liz Cable a social media lecturer … Continue reading

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16 Ways to Encourage your Children to Use Drugs

1. Never eat together as a family. 2. Never have family traditions that children can look forward to. 3. Never listen to your children; talk at them but never with them. 4. Never let your child experience cold, fatigue, adventure, … Continue reading

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Learnings from Strategic Social Media

Yesterday I posted a series of videos from the Tweet 4 SA event in Johannesburg. At the time of the events in Johannesburg and Cape Town several of the attendees were tweeting. I decided to make a summary of the Tweets … Continue reading

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