Does our twitter community feel elitist?

Archived Posts
May 30, 2012
Here’s the truth. If you were not already part of that community, it would feel a bit elitist, not as welcoming, as the most prolific tweeters have now gotten to know each other “in real life” and use the platform as a means to socialize as well as share content. In fact, the sharing of content seemed different, too. How many people actually use it for learning? 

A prenup for your meeting? Yup.

Archived Posts
May 25, 2012
<span style="color: #797979; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 18px; text-align: -webkit-auto; background-color: #eafcd5;">You really don't want the hotel thinking if they&nbsp;make a mistake (which they most likely will at some point), that&nbsp;you're going to fire them.</span>&nbsp;

Updated Tips on Facebook Engagement

Archived Posts
May 23, 2012
What is currently working to get customers engaged on Facebook? Short posts of 80 characters or less. Twitter limits you to 140 characters, so basically, less is more with any of your social media posts. This blog post is going to cover some new best practices for Facebook profiles and pages.

Rules for Entertaining

Judy Cronkhite
May 21, 2012

How To Maximize the New Facebook Timeline for Business

Archived Posts
May 18, 2012
Facebook&rsquo;s changes to both personal profiles and business pages have some people scrambling. Without putting some effort into it, people who view your page will be able to quickly determine that you have not made the necessary adjustments and will judge your business accordingly.

Dallas Delivers Plenty for Planners

Zachary Chouteau
May 17, 2012
Dallas has a few ways to dazzle your group...


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