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Tag Archives: Social Media
This time my husband wrote the blog entry for me. Actually he wrote the following account of a bad experience to place on a restaurant’s Facebook page. You’ve probably all written one like it – or intended to after a … Continue reading →
Recently I learned that once a company has filed an S-1 registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicating that they may pursue an initial public offering of common stock, they enter into a “quiet period” during which they … Continue reading →
Last week I participated in a B2B Marketing Summit in Colorado Springs. The VP’s of Marketing in attendance were from companies such as CA Technologies, Intel, Lenovo, Teredata and Texas Instruments. Although the travel ordeal getting home made me wonder, … Continue reading →
In honor of Halloween, I’ve written about something really scary – social media. It may not scare you, but it frightens the risk-adverse traditionalists who manage financial services companies! They know that (whether they personally tweet or not), the majority … Continue reading →