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Getting social with small business: it isn’t a waste of time

Published on January 19, 2014 By dgreenbaum

If you can’t tell, DoctorDave Computer Repair in Lawrence is a social company. We don’t just socialize with our customers during service calls, but we are on Twitter, Facebook, Yelp, and Google Plus as well as blogging (just like this) I won’t lie and say it’s not time consuming because it is! Before I started […]

Why employers ask for social media passwords–and how we work around it

Published on March 23, 2012 By dgreenbaum

The hot topic of his week was employers asking for Facebook and other social media passwords. I can completely understand why employers want this information. I talked about things applicants often do wrong to tank their employment efforts , but many times it’s more about learning the nuances of the applicant that can’t be derived […]

Beware: Greatest Social Media Scam Ever

Published on October 3, 2010 By dgreenbaum

Credit Card Theft Originally uploaded by Don Hankins I think I’ve uncovered one of the greatest potential social media scams out there today. I don’t think I’m being irresponsible in writing this post, because I don’t think I’m so brilliant that I’m the only one that thought of it. I want businesses to be aware […]

Social Media Boot Camp: My thoughts and experiences

Published on September 27, 2010 By dgreenbaum

A few weeks ago I attended an absolutely amazing “boot camp” organized by the social media king of Lawrence and owner of Social: IRL, Ben Smith, and led by “PR Sarah Evans“. With six full hours of social media training and discussion, this conference very easily could have contributed more to global warning than a […]

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