Once upon a time when the economy was hot and companies were recruiting like there was no tomorrow, circa pre-2007 newspapers prospered with their classified advertising cash cows. I lived part of…Continue
Started Jan 19, 2011
According to the Pareto principle twenty percent of people make things happen grabbing the gusto of success. When it comes to social media marketing the actual percentile may be half of that. Much closer to the actuary tables used by insurance companies. But before we get to those numbers the question that begs answering is why such a low figure and what proof is there?
The short answer is successful people have shtick and a proven strategy to stand out. Webster defines shtick as,…
Posted on February 3, 2011 at 5:48pm