Weekend Reading: My fav’s from this week: 8/27/10

Posted by Heather Villa, CMA, MBA, MSM on August 27, 2010 in: Weekend Reading

The Ben Franklin School of Persuasion – Benjamin Franklin was a serial entrepreneur, regularly seeing huge success implementing ideas which others thought were impossible or pointless.

Free Information Isn’t Enough Anymore – The next place of growth for service professionals and information marketers is to take all the free information you research and produce for your clients, synthesize it, and give it back to people in a practical, DO-able format.

Brazil ‘Fire Tornado’ Caught On Film (VIDEO) – This video is amazing. A lethal combination of strong dry winds and brush fires created a stunning, if slightly terrifying, ‘fire tornado’ in Brazil.

Finding your rockstars and giving them the stage – Find the people that are already singing your song, and give them the stage, the spotlight, and a microphone. We all want to be rockstars, and we tend to love the companies that make us feel like we are.

Does Twitter’s Fast Follow Mean Fast Fail? – An interview format with Chris Brogan and Shelly Kramer on the pros and cons of this new Twitter feature.  You will be surprised at some of the answers.

Golden Business Rules for Social Media Engagement – We can’t be reminded of these enough.

Have a great weekend and check out more of my favorites on HeatherVilla StumbleUpon.

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