The strategy is what I like to call "build a circle of trust" around potential clients. It's a passive strategy, maybe not one Type A sales people are used to, but one I think works best within the context of social networks. It's a strategy where you nurture your reputation and skill and let users find you on within virtual communities they trust. This week, let's see how we can turn that "circle of trust" strategy to Twitter. Unlike Facebook, Twitter does not have any central communities people can join and view persistent wall-type posts.
Roolosophy, Social Media, Social Network Scout, Social Networking
Okay, so there's probably a reason none of the Bard's major works ever featured a project manager. Whatever. But there comes a time when you might ask yourself "do I really need to add a task for this item?" Compared to some other project management tools, BlueCamroo tasks are extremely powerful and flexible, with features such as assignment management, dependencies, different task types, etc. A consequence of this, however, is that the task entry form is relatively detailed. For many tasks we need to accomplish during our week, you don't need to create a full fledged task. These are typically caretaking kind of items: re-order toner cartridges, get decorations for the company Christmas party, post a job ad on Monster.com, etc.