Know Me Like Me Follow Me: Your Business and Social Media

If you think simply having a presence in social media will help you grow your business, you are wrong.   Online networks are the new model for creating connections, so you’d better by ditching your old ways of thinking. Being online is not about technology – it is about people.   Technology is just an enabler.

(From Know Me, Like Me, Follow Me book overview)

Whether you are part of a multinational company or an owner-manager, developing your presence (and brand) in this exciting new medium is no longer an option.

And for this reason the July 22nd PI Window on Business segment “Know Me, Like Me, Follow Me: Your Business and Social Media” promises to be both refreshing and insightful with the lines being open to listener questions and comments.

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About Thomas Power:

Thomas Power is Chairman of Business Social Network Ecademy founded in February 1998 by his wife Penny Power and now with over 500,000 users in 234 countries.

Ecademy serves the 100 million business people who work from home providing support, contacts, collaboration, opportunities and most importantly a safe environment for people to meet, talk, and network.  There are 500 face-to-face meetings a month worldwide.

Thomas who is 44, and is involved at the heart of changing the way we do business in the 21st Century, has met over 25,000 people since 1982 and continues to hold 1,000 one-to-one meetings per year with new and existing contacts.  His detailed memory allows him to connect people together based only on information learned in meetings and from Ecademy profiles.

Thomas has written 6 books, including a collaborative effort with his wife Penny Power and Ecademy Life Member Andy Coote titled A Friend in Every City (Ecademy Press, April 2006).

Thomas Power Author & Co-Founder Ecademy

Thomas Power Author & Co-Founder Ecademy

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