In today’s edition of the link roundup, you get: a conversation with the president of Standard and Poor’s; myths aboutfor businesses; and tips on a) how to look and act like a leader, and b) how to backup the precious information on your smartphones.
Conversation With S&P President Deven Sharma — CNN Money
Following the historic U.S. credit downgrade, Standard & Poor’s president Deven Sharma talks about the market sell off, the president’s response and why the Treasury might be taking this all so hard.
There is so much noise about social media, much of it not very helpful. Myths about how and why to use these networks abound, spread by networking neophytes and so-called experts (like me) alike.
The truth is the answers to these questions keep changing, because we are only beginning to understand how to harness social networks to unlock the Web’s true potential. We are learning, day by day. What none of us can afford is to stand by and watch it all unfold. There’s money to be made, after all!
Here, then, is a comprehensive guide to social networking misconceptions–each accompanied by a tangible action plan that you can take right now. Have other effective tactics you’d like to share? Please comment on this post.
Savvy executives know the part, act the part and look the part. That’s because they exude “executive presence,” a broad term used to describe the aura of leadership.
Nine Reasons Your Site Isn’t Driving Sales — Entrepreneur
To make your website an extenstion of yourstaff, create content that educates visitors and helps convert them into leads. Serving is the new selling.
Ways to Back Up Your Smartphone — Entrepeneur
You know how important it is to back up your business computers–but what about your smartphones? Here are some of the best services and apps for preventing loss.
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