Events become more interactive, memorable, followable, and fun with official hashtags. Picking the right hashtag for an event can be its own challenge. But don’t complicate this further by adding consecutive numbers!
We’ve all been there. A late-night tweet, a questionable Facebook photo, a deeply held belief that was just offended.
I’ve decided to make my own list of stuff I won’t share on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or any social network. Most of these are things I would recommend that you avoid sharing, too. But I’ll write this from my perspective.
1. Look for what you can freely give The best way to receive at conference is to give freely without expecting anything in return. One of the greatest, lasting rewards is the joy of helping someone else. Instead of looking for who can benefit you or your business, look for how you can help people […]
There are many ways I’m tempted to feel competitive. Here are five steps I follow to address my perspective, especially as it relates to content-creators on the Internet.