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Starting the conversation in a professional environment. (via CharlieRobinson Says)

Charlie’s tips for engaging in a professional corporate environment… what experiences have you personally had (if this is your space too) and/or what other advise would you suggest?

One of the areas that I specialise in or rather focus on for social media, is of course corporate. Why? Well, I have been employed by many and had to play by the rules within many and so, in the main I understand the limitations and risks they work within. Some are easier than others. Many corporate bodies remain risk adverse, however many staff still wish to maintain a relationship and been seen – in a professional light – promoting their produc … Read More

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  1. November 29, 2010 at 9:25 pm

    I absolutely agree with the statement to ask a question. I quite often start my social media updates with a question. It is important to not talk to your fans but actually engage, asking questions is one of the best way to do this, it is also important to understand that you may not get 20 comments, you may not even get 1 and this does not mean your post was not effective, you have still provoked the thinking process in your fan about your business/product. Great article, I have shared an excerpt on my fanpage xm

    • November 29, 2010 at 10:25 pm

      Thanks for the onshare Michelle to your group – there’s a good discussion going on there now too! excellent. 🙂
      And yes its always good to question and ask. I like that. Its the best tactic when building… however after a while its also OK to just to mix it up… keep it interesting. I’m sure you’ve noticed some of the tactics I use 🙂

      What do you think the key is for recapturing or spurring the conversation the next or next week after a fan or followers has had time to digest what made them think (when they didnt initially reply)?

      Keep on keeping on xx

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