been gainfully unemployed since 1984. I officially entered the IT business in the early 90's. Before that I owned retail gift shops, ran a chain of shoe stores, managed a radio station, and was GM of several large businesses.
Generally I post specific articles to pages, circles, and communities that I manage, or are a part of. I don't hate cats, nor the people who love them. But I very rarely follow, share, or comment on pictures of them.
If I have to share your post to prove I love Jesus, America, mom, dad, sister, brother, wife, daughter, or that I'm reading your posts you may be disappointed with me. I simply don't do a lot of that.
I'm interested in helping people build sustainable communities.
Non device, operating system, or application dependent homes on the web. Safe havens.
I've worked 70 hour weeks for 19 years on IT related projects. I probably know some stuff you might find useful. But mostly I want to know about you.
I read the profiles of everyone I follow.
If you invite me to a group about any subject, and the only thing I see are posts about things you're trying to sell. I probably won't join. I wish you all the luck in the world, but it's not for me.
If you invite me to a group where I can't read anything, I probably won't join that either.
Just because you can Google expert, doesn't mean you are one.
If you're Google apps, profile, page, local, webmaster, blogger, sites, drive, gmail, wallet, keep, tasks, or analytics don't work...and you're IT guy says it's because of something Google has done, or that it can't be fixed....then you should talk to me. I can fix it.
Just because you have a Marketing Degree doesn't mean you understand sales.
If you have a retail store and your social media advisor is telling you that online is the only way to survive, you need to talk to me. They don't know the difference between order taking and sales. They don't understand customer service versus lip service. Your retail store has distinct advantages over online stores only. I can help you discover them.
I fix broken things. Networks, relationships, or business plans included.
When everything's on fire, I'm the guy to hire.