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Deborah Anderson
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All thanks to +Don Sturgill for the suggestion/request.. I was privileged to watch #ViralChat  unfold this evening.  Now, you can too, in the tweet-by-tweet storified version.  Thanks, +Rebekah Radice and +Aaron Lee  Great chat!
At the request of my friend, @DonSturgill I "stalked" #ViralChat on August 13, 2015 - great chat, guys! Here it is, the play-by-play of the #ViralChat conversation this evening.
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Sure thing, +Don Sturgill   Thank YOU!
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Deborah Anderson (@SocialWebCafe) interviews Saul Fleischman (@osakasaul), CEO  of RiteTag (@ritetag) on this episode of #WebToolsTV #SocialCafe  
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Sure thing +Ileane Smith  :D
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Looking back a few episodes ago on #WebToolsTV   and the interview with +Dennis Kashkin  Founder of BoardBooster.com
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Hey all.  I've been a bit quiet, but I thought I should give some explanation ;)

Wade (who started this community), asked me to co-moderate it years ago.  Then, last year, he was generous enough to hand over the community to me.  Thank you, Wade ;)

While I haven't had a lot of opportunity to catch up with Wade, he has been a great asset to this group and I enjoyed coaching him on sound and lighting and helping him to launch his HOAs with professionalism.  (Remind me to show you some of our first hangouts, with Charles Terrence Harper :) )

Since Wade added me, I have finished my degree in I/O Psychology (in layman's terms, that is business psychology).  I am half-way finished with my doctorate and will be a Psychologist (business and social media psychology) in the next couple of years (after my thesis).

Why do I tell you all this?  Because I am here, at your disposal, to share insights.  I may not initiate the questions and answers, but I am certainly available to you to help you.  Think of it like free coaching.  And, considering my rates are high, this is something I am giving away because I do care about the community :)

Tidbit Just helpful information.. In the U.S., one cannot call themselves a psychologist without a doctorate.  However, I could move to Europe and call myself a psychologist with my current level of education.  I found that really interesting.  However, at the end of the day, it isn't about how many classes you have taken.  To me, it is about how we can care for each other as human beings, all people being equal.

Cheers!  Glad to be here and here for you!
-Deborah
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Thanks for publishing this article on SEOChat, +Ann Smarty   And, I love using MBU to gather the interviews :)
There is one thing that remains constant. That is that the perspectives of Google penalties vary from one person to the next person. The understanding also varies.
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Matthew Holden is not only a genuinely nice person, but he also founded a wonderful company with an essential tool for all of us social media marketers!  It is +MavSocial and worth checking out for yourself!

Check out the interview, below, where I interviewed Matthew for Web Tools TV.  
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And, if you want a chance to win a MavSocial package, enter the giveaway here:  http://www.socialcafechat.com/tools-1-1-matthew-holden-of-mavsocial-socialcafe-4-13/
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Yes, the article sharing some of the accolades of the wonderful tool, Ninja Outreach.
 
+Deborah Anderson wonderful feature article here!
Ninja Outreach is a new tool on the scene and it is already making waves and living up to its promises
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Thanks for sharing +Deborah Anderson going to read the full article, never know what you will learn next.
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Hey all.. you may need to join the WebToolsTV community view.  You are certainly welcome! :)
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Craig Carpenter, Founder, RELAY (RelayThat.com) interviewed by Deborah Anderson (@SocialWebCafe) on #WebToolsTV #SocialCafe

Get to know this creative guy and learn about his online image tool, Relay.
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Hey friends.. I have a question for you.  It is more of a video production question than a video marketing, but I'm curious if anyone has an opinion.

The Problem:
So, I have this person (whom I will leave nameless) that seems dead set on copying my video content.  This is content that is created by via, via Google Hangouts.  When they copy "as is," I'm thinking of leaving that alone.  After all, it is free advertising for me since it is my face that is on the video.

The Proposed Solution:
Ok - so this is what I was going to do. I was going to use background music throughout the entire video.  Then, when it is cut up, since the music cannot be removed, it will have a "hiccup" in the sound.  Here is the thing.. I pull the volume down so low that it is not annoying and when it is not really heard, is it really serving any purpose?  If it is that low, will the listener even hear it in the hacked-up stolen version?  And, if they do hear it, will it really matter?  They might just think it is "one of those glitches" and it may not register with them that the provider is playing stolen content.  If I pull the music up louder, it is a bit distracting in the original production and I don't want to annoy my audience.

Is it the right solution?
Should I just scrap the idea of using background music and use a watermark, instead?  Then, if this person really amps up the "stealing of content," then use other means of reporting him or her?  Hey, I like "free advertisement" as much as any other, but it is a bit annoying to have your content stolen and then your branding removed from it so there is no advantage left.

Thanks, all, for your feedback :)
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If somebody want to create trainingvideos? Do it with Uscreen. It is the perfect platform for training videos because of its chapter menu setup. In addition to it, Uscreen also provides the most secure video hosting platform. Check here: http://tiny.cc/jpz41x
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What is ERP and why should we care?  An introductory discussion on Enterprise Resource Management even for the small online businesses... easy as integrating IFTTT and Zapier.   http://www.dirjournal.com/articles/erp-implementation-for-online-businesses-and-online-marketing/
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+Mandy Edwards knocks it out of the park with this post about social media BS
What happens when you get caught in the social media echo chamber? One blogger's story of her struggle against social media BS
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Good point, +Joan Stewart Something we should all remember.  Thanks for sharing :)
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Thanks, +Dave Schneider, for sharing this.  And, from what I hear, there are wonderful things happening this month, with the constant improvements over at Ninja Outreach.  

Hey all - shameless promotion here.. Be sure to tune in 6:30p PDT on 4/7 (next Tues) and hear what Dave has to say (and announce) about Ninja Outreach. Twitter Chat starts at 6p PDT  More info:  http://www.socialcafechat.com/tools-1-2-david-schneider-of-ninja-outreach-socialcafe-4-14/ 
 
+Deborah Anderson does it again with a very fair and balanced critique of NinjaOutreach
Ninja Outreach is an inbound marketing tool. It is a Windows desktop application (also runs in Parallels for Mac users).
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Education
  • Capella University
    PhD, I/O Psychology, present
    Doctoral Candidate, finishing up the education on I/O Psychology... when completed, you can call me Dr. Deb.
  • Capella University
    Masters, I/O Psychology, 2015
    Industrial / Organizational Psychology assists in completing that well-rounded package of C-level experience in Corporate America and coaching executives and businesses on strategic and successful operations of their companies.
  • Capella University
    Bachelors, Information Technology, 2013
    Bachelor of Science, Information Technology (Software Architecture, as well as Project Management focus).
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Deborah E (Jazz Singer)
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Socialpreneur, Speaker, Writer.... Musician
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Deborah is a Social TV Host, Podcaster, Writer, Speaker... and yes, a Musician, too.

She has a corporate background, as head of IT in the financial industry in Los Angeles.
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RN Chart topping Los Angeles Jazz Singer, Deborah E
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Community Building Strategist and Socialpreneur Coach
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Google+ Hangouts, speaker, writer, teacher, coach, senior management, project manager, musician
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