Five in the Morning 102208

Jason Falls presents a very interesting case study about a holistic customer relationship approach (including social media tools) by a home builder. We need more like this!

What is LinkedIn good for? A LOT! Look at this list (with great links) assembled by Stephen Smith, from the SOBCON website!

From Aaron StroutTop Ten Lessons Learned using social media. Quick, simple, straightforward stuff here.

Showing Up – some good starting-up lessons about using social media from the personal branding guru, William Arruda.

High-Priced Hand-me-Downs. Some unknown long-tail blogger posted this one about luxury items that justify themselves as legacy inheritances.

PLUS – Whhhaattt? You’ve never visited Surely you jest. Go there right now and laugh your head off!

BONUS Video – Beware the “Me Monster“! This 4.5 minute video by Brian Regan will Crack. You. Up.

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About Steve Woodruff
Steve Woodruff is a blogger, a Connection Agent, and a consultant in the pharma/healthcare industry. He specializes in helping people and companies make mutually beneficial connections.

3 Responses to Five in the Morning 102208

  1. Aaron Strout says:

    Steve – thanks for the shout out. It’s nice be put in the midst of other great bloggers in the space like Jason Falls and William Arruda. Hopefully the top 10 lessons can help other folks along their journey. If there are other lessons I missed (and I’m sure there are), I’d encourage folks to add them to the comments here and/or on my blog.

    Aaron | @astrout

  2. Jason Falls says:

    Thanks Steve. I’m actually hoping to stir more of the types of stories we offered about Martell Home Builders with some guest posts on Social Media Explorer. We’d love to hear from you or any of your readers. jason –at– – Send your ideas or guest posts about social media and small business. We agree with Steve that there needs to be more of those stories out there.

    Thanks for the point!

  3. @Stephen says:

    Thanks for the shout-out, part of my mission is to spread the word as much as possible. The more we connect, the more we can do.

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