Time to Go Social!

Posted on November 5, 2010. Filed under: Insights, New Concepts, Social Media | Tags: , , , , , |

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Go Social

You know that there’s something beyond social media, do you? We’re on the gates to a new marketing and com world, and the funny thing is that no one can predict how it will be! It’s time to move our business from a passive social media attitude to  a more active one!

Now, we have more power than ever and yes! We can make a difference through social media, we can change the way our business communicate and starts taking advantage of this new world of opportunities. Now it’s the time when you want to stop playing and get serious, it’s time to go social!

Why?

Let me be clear, I use the term Go Social for empowering business and communities through human interactions beyond social media. It’s actually what I’m doing, and honestly I love it!

How?

How can we go social? Well we can go primarily by developing and implementing social media strategies for maximizing the reach, building influence and harnessing the power of global communications through human relationships within an engagement approach.

Let’s see how it changes:

  • Go Social is here because noise is dead, we talk about conversations.
  • There’s a 2 way conversation, authentic conversations are happening due to go social
  • Go Social gives them: Their voice is what really matter – I’m talking about audience’s voice, not your, what did you think?
  • Go Social is about listening – truly – Listen what they have to say and acting so
  • We’re living in an environment where content in the king and Go social makes it possible.
  • Give and get feedback, Go social is Being a learner as much as you’re a teacher
  • You guessed, at the end Go Social is all about Human Interactions

Conclusion

Go Social is achieving an effective and long-lasting communication between our public, through an authentic and genuine based human relationships.

Go Social inside Social Media, makes possible empowering businesses and communitites developing relationships and leveraging the audience.

You see, it’s all about human relationships and people, not platforms and tools.

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Social Media Mission Statement

Posted on February 26, 2010. Filed under: Business, communication, Marketing, Social Media, Strategy | Tags: , , , , |

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How many times have you heard about the mission statement? I’m talking about, the philosophical description of the organization, team or individual, which is the unbreakable path we should follow to achieve our desirable vision. As the author and consultant Laurie Beth Jones states “The mission statement is centered on the process of what you need to be doing”. In other words, a mission is a commitment that gives meaning to its carrier, through our most deeply values and beliefs – it’s our reason for being. Do you get the idea?

It doesn’t matter if you are receptionist, consultant, broker, community manager, sales representative, CEO, doctor, professor, accountant, waiter, analyst, researcher, bus-driver, or what the heck more…We agree that we’re here for a “reason“, don’t we?

Well, here is mine:

“I help and guide individuals and organizations on “going social“. That is to say, I architect and execute social media strategies in order for them to maximize their reach, build influence and harness the power of global communications building social relationships within an engagement perspective and empowering brands leveraging the audience – all contributing to increased loyalty and trust, in a funny bottom line.”

So, what is your take? Do you have a mission? What is your reason for being in Business?

I’d like to thank Dylan Persaud from Eval-Source, who enlightened me with his knowledge.

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The Truth Behind Business Plans: Breaking the Myth!

Posted on May 15, 2009. Filed under: Business, Insights, Links, Strategy, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , |

I found a very interesting post That I’d like to share with everybody.

It’s about business plans. Business schools and universities teach us how to make  and the importance of them but… Is it better to spend two or three moths drawing an idea on a 50 pages document, or perhaps you should spend most of your time building a business if you are looking for investment?

http://www.lostjobstartbusiness.com/truth-behind-business-plans.html

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