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Collaborative Community, Social Media Use, Social CRM, Business Growth Enabler,

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You might be a Social Media Left-Behind, Lost Survivor, Scaredy Cat..

You might be a Social Media Left-Behind, Lost Survivor, Scaredy Cat...

If you're over 50 or maybe even 40 and feel lost in this "Social Networking" world.

If you're in sales and younger guys and gals are beating you out at growing people relationships.

If you think social media is just a fad -- just like the internet won't amount to anything and man can't fly.

If you feel that you have a wealth of knowledge and wisdom, but nobody knows or cares.

If you feel that it's not a real relationship if you can't touch or see the other person.

If you don't understand the new language of networking:  "Tweet this" and "Tag that"

If You need to turn Stumbling around the web into something useful, or wish you knew how to find something Delicious and helpful to a client.

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Look at existing posts here and past electronic eCRM Newsletter articles for ideas and tip. Also check for upcoming blog posts on "How to get into the "IN Crowd" and keep your business life growing in 2010 and beyond."

Topics:   Collaborative Community Social Media Use Social CRM Business Growth Enabler

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