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A-Twitter “Thank you very much”

written by Adam Cupples (@ACupples)

I’m sure my most astute and loyal readers (or just my mom) will remember my last Twitter post, and yeah, I was a little harsh and down on the tweeting trend. (For the rest of you, here’s the link if you want a refresher). Today, I’m

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The Death of the Rolodex

Before social networking sites like Facebook, synchronized address books, and smartphones (iPhone) everyone had to memorize and organize thousands of contacts. Or have a Rolodex!

There were the people who stapled cards onto the Rolodex pages (that’s me! Storage for my business cards!) and people who hand wrote all the information.

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Social Media—Then and Now—Part Deux

written by Adam Cupples (@ACupples)
So I know you have been counting down the days for this post. It’s probably like waiting for the next LOST episode or the American Idol results show (ok, that’s the second AI reference in two days, wow)
Last week I wondered how people view Social

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Social Media—Then and Now—Part 1

written by Adam Cupples (@ACupples)

Almost a year ago I spoke at the South Shore Young Professionals group on how branding/networking has completely changed with the use of Linked-In,  Facebook, Twitter, Blogging etc…..you know, the usual theme of what I write about.

As I prepare (well not at this exact moment, I

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Now you can Follow us on LinkedIn!!

written by: Rachel Lagesse

In case you haven’t heard or noticed yet, LinkedIn is now offering a new feature, “Follow Company.”  This new feature allows users to get notifications about activity happening from the companies they follow.

This new feature is along the lines of the Facebook fan page, but instead of

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Allow me to introduce myself…

Hello… I’d like to take a minute to introduce myself … My name is Susana and I am the latest addition to the Strategis team.  My background includes some time served as a Marketing and Communications Associate for the nation’s largest non-profit organization and many years of servitude in the

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Social Networking Maximization—Part Deux

written by Adam Cupples (@ACupples)

Last week I wrote a post on Social Networking Maximization and asked my dedicated and fiercely intelligent readers to share any experiences with me on how these “virtual tools” have helped with relationship building.

One of my most loyal readers (besides my Mom… Hi Mom!) Brenna brought up an excellent point.  Many companies fall into

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The Time is Now.

One of the top ten trends for 2010 is real-time web and it is expected to get even bigger and more essential to our online experience. It is being used in social networking, search, and news sites. It is the exploding number of live social activities online, from tweets to

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