We live in an age where thousands of pictures are taken, hundreds of moments recorded and countless food shared with others... :)
And I couldn't be happier to be a part of that every day.
Social media is awesome because it allows us to connect with others far outside our typical close social circles... in ways we never could before... We can interact with brands, people and places in real time... all around this fabulous world we live in.
And of course share pictures of cats and bacon...
Why? Because we can. Because we want to connect with others. Because we want to relate to these digital people... And ultimately when you see a picture of that grilled cheese sandwich that I'm eating for lunch and YOU like grilled cheese sandwiches... we bond in a tech sorta way. And the pointless accomplishments add up to something that is all kind of awesome...and previous generations rarely had.
A world wide network... of Friends.
:) And that dear Internet... Is why I thank you as always for being a part of my Social Media Journey. Rock on!
If you would like to be notified of my weekly #socialmediamonday Post (about social media, google, twitter etc) comment to that effect here and i'll add you :)
- Rank SecureCEO, present
I am the founder of Rank Secure located in Toronto, Ontario my motivation for my business was the belief that Search Engine Optimization was going to become a mainstream marketing technique. Businesses big and small were going to need the help of SEO experts if they wanted to compete effectively in an ever-increasingly competitive World Wide Web.
Since 1990, I have provided professional marketing services to a diverse clientele, including celebrities. Today I run a fast growing company, Using my unique strategy and hard work, I am able to secure long-term, loyal clients, ranging from very small businesses to international corporations.
- Ryerson University
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