Tag Archives: Facebook

Linked In, Facebook, and Finance Executives

Are there any synergies created for CFOs and other Finance Executives by using both Linked In and Facebook? I’ve actually blogged about this several times in the past, but the question was raised again … so I’m happy to respond … Continue reading

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CFOs, Social Media, and Email

Remember when … –The Post Office was actually relevant because all correspondence came through your mailbox? –IBM Selectric typewriters and “White Out” transformed office environments? –30-second jingles heard on TV were “the” advertising medium? And then … –Mail was first … Continue reading

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Executives, Careers, & Social Networking

Yesterday on Twitter I mentioned that I was reading a very interesting book on social networking entitled “33 Million People in the Room” by Juliette Powell. I’m not all the way through the book, but I will be in a … Continue reading

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There is a Difference!

Most Connected vs. Well Connected Have you noticed these types of monikers attached to members on Linked In, Facebook, and Twitter? The “most connected” statement always makes me think Rolodex. Is it really possible to have a relationship with 16,000+ … Continue reading

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Make it Personal, PLEASE!

I don’t often rant, but I’m about to. I’ve blogged previously about the importance of personalized invitations on Linked In … and yet … I still get invites that are canned. At least I can look at the profile to … Continue reading

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The Sequel … Are CFOs Missing the Social Networking Boat?

If you identified with yesterday’s post and recognize that you are a CFO who is missing the social media boat, here are a few thoughts for your consideration.  There’s an interesting article on Digiday entitled “Forever Jung: What Makes Social … Continue reading

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Are CFOs Missing the Social Networking Boat?

There are lists of CEOs who tweet and CIOs who tweet … but where are the lists of CFOs who are active in any kind of social media? Yes, I do have a CFO list on my Twitter stream, many … Continue reading

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My Social Media Christmas List

My Christmas list is short No, really, it is … at least in terms of social media requests. All I really want for Christmas are … –Personal invitations on Linked In. Is it really too much for people who want … Continue reading

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Win Visibility and Positioning in 2010

One of my readers asked for some tips on winning visibility and positioning in anticipation of a recovering 2010. Josie, this post was written with you in mind. If you read my post from last week, The Competition is Heating … Continue reading

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The Wall Flower Syndrome

A couple of my colleagues wrote some good posts about networking this week … See  “How to Find Your Old Contacts” at the Interns Over 40 blog and “Explain to your network how they can best help you” by one … Continue reading

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