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Episode 145 – Phil Gerbyshak – Social Media Update

Phil Gerbyshak (@PhilGerb on Twitter) gives host Craig Price a social media update. With so many things constantly changing, Craig decided an update was needed. So with the help of social media guru and past guest Phil Gerbyshak, the two discuss new platforms like ello, some of the more relevant changes to popular platforms like Facebook, twitter and LinkedIn as well as discussing why Craig was right about the uselessness of Google+. They also talk about the importance of analytics and metrics to make sure what you are doing on social media is working for you. If you’re confused about social media as much as Craig is (and I truly hope you are not or you need serious help) this update will help you get caught up!

You can find more about Phil at his website http://philgerbyshak.com as well as read his posts at the Actiance Social Business Blog http://actiance.com/blog

APP BONUS: Read Phil’s latest 15 page ebooklet 10 Secrets of Using LinkedIn to Get More Leads, Be More Referable, and Increase Your Bottom Line

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January 25, 2012

Who is Supporting You? Remember to Thank Them

This picture reminded me of an important fact we often overlook:   There really is no such thing as a “self-made” person. Everyone has had help along the way. It could have been a teacher, a parent, a spouse, various friends or colleagues that offered bit[1] of advice, encouragement or an opportunity that allowed you …

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January 23, 2012

Can You Be Honest About Your Performance? Tom Brady Can

  “Well, I sucked pretty bad today” – Tom Brady That is direct quote AFTER winning a game in which an important quarterback sneak, delivered by the same Tom Brady, was the winning score. Afterwards, all the sports talk shows were complimenting Tom for admitting that his game wasn’t up to par. It was “refreshing” …

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Excerpt from Chapter 6: Goal Setting the Negative Way!

    There is a widely held belief that if you want something done right, you and you alone must do it. This feeds into the romantic notion that one person can rise above the noise and build success with only their two bare hands. The idea is that we are lone travelers, overcoming obstacles …

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