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<p>It’s hardly surprising that, in my capacity as an author, I think book reviews are important and meaningful. My main message in this post is not how to please the authors, but how it can benefit you, the reader. There are many good reasons why writing book reviews are to the reader’s advantage. You’re a […]</p>
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Why Writing Book Reviews Is to Your Advantage

It’s hardly surprising that, in my capacity as an author, I think book reviews are important and meaningful. My main message in this post is not how to please the authors, but how it can benefit you, the reader. There are many good reasons why writing book reviews are to the reader’s advantage. You’re a […]

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LinkedIn Unlocked: Unlock the Mystery of LinkedIn to Drive More Sales Through Social Selling

I do not like the term “social selling.” When I reviewed Jamie Shanks’s book Social Selling Mastery: Scaling Up Your Sales and Marketing Machine for the Digital Buyer in November 2016, I made quite a buzz criticizing the expression and praised Jamie for his thorough description of what new opportunities the social media platforms provide us […]

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<p>I am sure you have seen the word “hacking” used in many different contexts. It initially started as a name for the very few and special, talented IT-people who could gain unauthorized access to well-protected computer systems retrieving confidential and sensitive information. Not exactly legal, but maybe not harmful either. The objective was mostly to […]</p>
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Why Growth Hacking Can Never Be Common Practice

I am sure you have seen the word “hacking” used in many different contexts. It initially started as a name for the very few and special, talented IT-people who could gain unauthorized access to well-protected computer systems retrieving confidential and sensitive information. Not exactly legal, but maybe not harmful either. The objective was mostly to […]

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<p>I consume a lot of products and services designed (and maybe manufactured) and delivered by US companies. Apple, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Hootsuite, Plantronics, Tumi, Starbucks, Intuit, Ovation, Fender, Gibson, Shure, Facebook, iStock, The North Face, Skechers, and Jive are just a few of the US companies that have me as a customer. I never make purchase […]</p>
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Will Trade Restrictions Benefit the USA?

I consume a lot of products and services designed (and maybe manufactured) and delivered by US companies. Apple, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Hootsuite, Plantronics, Tumi, Starbucks, Intuit, Ovation, Fender, Gibson, Shure, Facebook, iStock, The North Face, Skechers, and Jive are just a few of the US companies that have me as a customer. I never make purchase […]

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LinkedIn Is Top Social Network For CEOs

Chief Executive Officers (CEO) were some of the last to jump on the social media train. With all the noise, it is not surprising that the top executive(s) would avoid any and all platforms that distract them from their core work of running a company. However, a recent study by Weber Shandwick, the third annual […]

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