What a great pleasure it was to be a guest co-host on Kathi Browne’s “What’s New in Healthcare Social Media.”
GPlus Race to the Top
This week Jess and I battled it out.
Jess: There is a race to the top of Google Plus. and
Me: Google Plus is a race to the top.
These are surprisingly different and revealing statements.
This was perhaps our best HOA yet, including a “The Scott Treatment”an interview with Trina Paulus , author of “Hope for the Flowers,” and Jess’s Plus Two Take Away.
Event page: http://bit.ly/JSY23eventpagecont.
It’s not as if video just appeared this week from out of no where, or that real people haven’t been producing video programs for a long long time.
First, a history:
There are those of us who pre-date vhs and beta formats. “Way back when,” there were 1-in reel to reel B&W machines http://bit.ly/18lp6kdthat could record up to 30-minutes.
ZOOM forward 20 years:
To citizen produced Public/Community Access TV. In this case, it was usually an NPO funded by cable company franchise ...
Business requires customers. Those customers choose when and why they purchase a product. Through the use of personas, you can make actionable business decisions. This week’s guest, Dr. Russell Faust of Anicca Media, is an expert on understanding market segments. Dr. Faust has stated that “customer personas are under-utilized, even by the gurus” which makes Scott smile and Jess do a happy dance.
Sometimes you think you know where the conversation will go and it takes you into an entirely different direction. I always assumed that distractions were bad because they keep you from accomplishing your goals, right? But maybe — just maybe — skillful distraction is a life’s skill worth pursuing.
Who knew ...cont.
Likely no one will ever even once read one of your posts without making some sort of association with your profile image.
You know people make snap judgements, even (maybe especially) with profile images.
Certainly, there is no other consistent message you share about yourself on social media than your profile image.
It appears with every post and cmment, and is lkely cross-platform
So what does your profile image tell the world?