Monthly Archives: October 2012

http://ow.ly/eTFFB The Red Cross could u

http://ow.ly/eTFFB The Red Cross could use your money, your blood, or your time.

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Telephone trees making surprise comeback. Or, how Facebook spoiled the troop meeting.

SJN Sales has a Facebook page. It is by far the least effective and therefore least important element of our overall marketing program. We have the SJN Sales Facebook page because clients and staff asked us put one up so … Continue reading

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it’s the most profitable time of the year to sell

In 2012, December 29 was SJN Sales’ number one revenue day. So far, and to absolutely nobody’s surprise, sales are arcing upward as we race toward the end of fourth quarter 2012, which already exceeds last years fourth quarter. Right … Continue reading

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Social Media and Professional Ethics

Social Media and Professional Ethics. Today’s i-reconnect blog has a really nice reminder list of what companies can and should do to help staff and customers keep online communications, including twitter and other real-time commenting tools, professional and in line … Continue reading

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HR Technology Conference – It’s about the cloud

First, a small confession: in years past I have not always looked forward to being one of the SJN staffers assigned to attend HR conferences. Compared to RSA, TechCrunch, InternetWorld (you do all remember InternetWorld, right?), HIMMS, the HR meetings … Continue reading

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