Tuesday Tip: Make Your Messages on LinkedIn a Smart Reply

Ever need a little inspiration and help to respond to incoming messages in a timely manner? LinkedIn smart replies will suggest personalized, relevant responses to make it easier for you to keep the conversation going, no matter how busy you are. The next time your teammate asks if you’d like to attend an event next week you may see smart reply suggestions, such as “Yes!,” “What time?” or “👍 .” We hope this helps you stay on top of your messages! … [Read More...]

Business Blogging With Round-Up Posts – Part 2 of 2

    Round-up posts are blog posts consisting of lists of best sources of information. Those might be lists of best websites, best You Tube clips, or best of any kind of web content that relates to your topic. As a business blogging trainer, I loved many of Authorunlimited editor Cathy Presland’s ideas for round-up posts and am formatting  both of this week’s Say It For You posts as “round-ups” of noteworthy pieces of advice and … [Read More...]

How Social Entrepreneurship Can Benefit Businesses and the Communities They Serve

Social entrepreneurs are discovering they can do well by doing good. … [Read More...]

4 Proven Strategies for Retargeting to Hot Prospects

Once you've gotten your feet wet with some successful Facebook ad campaigns, put these retargeting techniques to work to turn more prospects into customers. … [Read More...]

Autocracy is not leadership

Some bosses like to be in charge. Totally. We call them autocrats. “Companies used to be able to function with autocratic bosses,” wrote Harvard professor and author Rosabeth Moss Kanter. “We don't live in that world anymore.” The fallacy of autocracy is that it is efficient. In reality, it is not. Oh, it may work for a time, but only when the boss is fully engaged and fully in charge. People around the boss derive their authority by their … [Read More...]

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