Five in the Morning 111108

Louis Gray gives us 30 uses for RSS. Who’da thunk it? I just kinda thought you drop it into a feed reader and you’re done…

How to Pick up Followers on Twitter, from the guy who should know, Guy Kawasaki. Tip 2 highlights a pretty funny neologism; Tip 4 is  something I don’t necessarily agree with but everyone has their own practice…Good stuff!

Your blog is your resume. From Joseph Jaffe. I agree. Our aggregated on-line profiles (LinkedIn, Facebook, blog, other stuff) will increasingly be the portrait others look at to figure out who we really are. So don’t be fauxthentic! See this related article from Krista Canfield over at the LinkedIn blog, about using LinkedIn to find your next job. And, Mario Sundar gives a very important tip about being findable via LinkedIn.

Choosing Social Media Platforms that work for you. Good stuff here from Des Walsh, with important link to B.L. Ochman’s post about Twitter.

Thanks for Following…Now Click on my Junk. A funny perspective from Amber Naslund.

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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 111108

  1. Des Walsh says:

    Thanks for the link, Steve. And yes, that’s a valuable post by B.L.Ochman about Twitter.

  2. Karen Swim says:

    I’m five hours late but this information is still rich and valuable. Hey, maybe even more so because I am caffeinated and fully awake! Excellent info Steve, as always, now I’m off to read. Don’t you love Amber? 🙂

  3. Hiya, and thanks again for the shout out. I love your series, even if I’m nowhere near coherent at 5 a.m. 🙂

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