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October 13, 2020

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  1. 5 Ways To Build Your Brand on Social Media: Post content that adds value, Spread positivity, Create a steady stream of info, Make an impact, Be yourself. Germany Kent
  2. 99% of my Twitter feed links, but 1% is me responding and 1% of a big number is a big number. Guy Kawasaki
  3. A 2013 review of studies on cyber-bullying in the Universal Journal of Educational Research reported that “perceived anonymity online and the safety and security of being behind a computer screen aid in freeing individuals from traditionally constraining pressures of society, conscience, morality, and ethics to behave in a normative manner.” In other words, digital communication seems to relieve people of their conscience, enabling them to feel more comfortable behaving unethically. Nancy Jo Sales, American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers
  4. A brand is no longer what we tell the consumer it is – it is what consumers tell each other it is. Scott Cook
  5. A farmer is a magician who produces money from the mud. Amit Kalantri
  6. A fixation with connecting with ‘friends’ online comes with the risk of disconnection with friends waiting for you to be present in the offline world. Craig Hodges
  7. A fundamental approach to life transformation is using social media for therapy; it forces you to have an opinion, provides intellectual stimulation, increases awareness, boosts self-confidence, and offers the possibility of hope. Germany Kent
  8. A good swordsman is more important than a good sword. Amit Kalantri
  9. A government that is run by social media, and it has no plans, no strategy, no goals on how it will run its country. It is not fit to run a country. That country will forever be in a natural state of disaster. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  10. A huge number of jobs that are filled are never advertised to the public, or if they are, they’re filled by people who have a connection to the employer. Melanie Pinola, LinkedIn In 30 Minutes: How to create a rock-solid LinkedIn profile and build connections that matter
  11. A large social-media presence is important because it’s one of the last ways to conduct cost-effective marketing. Everything else involves buying eyeballs and ears. Social media enables a small business to earn eyeballs and ears. Guy Takeo Kawasaki
  12. A life spent in fellowship with God isn’t just a good life, it’s the best life—and that best life segues into a forever life of eternal fellowship. How wonderful! Fast from that which feels good temporarily in order to experience the only One who is good eternally, who holds your best life in the palm of His gracious hand. Is that thing you hold in your hand separating you from the One who holds you in His? Is social media bad? No, maybe not, but for the next forty days, let’s set it down under the lamplight of Jesus’s words: “Only God is truly good. Wendy Speake
  13. A networking event is a farmer event, not a hunter event. You’re there to plant seeds and cultivate your garden, not bag prey. Sandy Jones-Kaminski, I’m at a Networking Event–Now What???: A Guide to Getting the Most Out of Any Networking Event. “In the information age, man and spider both live on web. Amit Kalantri
  14. A poor, who hates power, once become powerful, hates the poor. Amit Kalantri
  15. A portico full of people who had traveled thousands of miles to meet up in paradise–now unanimously, fully engaged on their smartphones, sharing their experience. Jack Foster, Fresh Fruit: A Preface
  16. A professional who doesn’t deliver as committed is not just lazy, he is a liar. Amit Kalantri
  17. A selfie has more face and fewer feelings. Amit Kalantri
  18. A social media fast is not about keeping technology in its rightful place. Oh, no! This is about keeping God in His rightful place: at the center of our attention and affection. Wendy Speake
  19. A status gets reactions. A DM starts a conversation. Likes mean nothing. A conversation means everything. Mac Duke The Strategist
  20. Activate your fans, don’t just collect them like baseball cards. Jay Baer
  21. Active participation on LinkedIn is the best way to say ‘Look at me!’ without saying ‘Look at me!’ Bobby Darnell
  22. Addiction and expectation for the attraction = Social Media. Vaishal sheth
  23. Admittedly, there will be times when you must interact on a superficial level, and adjust your behavior to fit in, go along and get along. Susan C. Young
  24. All media work us over completely. Marshall McLuhan, The Medium is the Massage
  25. All one needs is a computer, a network connection, and a bright spark of initiative and creativity to join the economy. Don Tapscott
  26. All worries are less with wine. Amit Kalantri
  27. Allow your natural personality to shine through without pretending to be someone you’re not, or you may be stuck with that label forever. Susan C. Young
  28. An entrepreneur with strong network makes money even when he is asleep. Amit Kalantri
  29. An invention is a responsibility of the individual, society cannot invent, it can only applaud the invention and inventor. Amit Kalantri
  30. An open Facebook page is simply a psychiatric dry erase board that screams, “Look at me. I am insecure. I need your reaction to what I am doing, but you’re not cool enough to be my friend. Therefore, I will just pray you see this because the approval of God is not all I need. Shannon L. Alder
  31. Anger gets you into trouble, ego keeps you in trouble. Amit Kalantri
  32. Anyway, so you take your space and hook it into the spaces of others, and it becomes this massive network of hooked profiles and spaced out stuff that gives rise to all kinds of newish social phenomena based on the mathematics of exponential expansion and the science of complexity Zubin J. Shroff
  33. Applied in ways that are authentic to you, these concepts are powerful and can positively impact and influence every type of relationship. Susan C. Young
  34. Are you being real? When people meet you, are you straight up and natural—the real deal? If you are, then you will appreciate what it means to approach life always being YOU. Susan C. Young
  35. Arrogant men with knowledge make more noise from their mouth than making a sense from their mind. Amit Kalantri
  36. As a lifetime people pleaser, I remember trying to mold myself into the person I thought other people wanted me to be—all for the sake of being liked and accepted. It caused more pain than gain. Susan C. Young
  37. As a young girl, I allowed my self-esteem to be determined by others’ opinions, and I devoted incredible energy tuning into how everyone else felt. Susan C. Young
  38. As we observe and experience varying degrees of difficulty, negativity, loss, hurt, anxiety, and fear in life, we yearn for the reassurance that our relationships are safe. Susan C. Young
  39. As with art, first impressions are not rigid or carved in stone. Rather they are agile and adaptable, depending on the inspiration, the artist, the observer, the medium, and the circumstance. Susan C. Young
  40. At the end of the day, the age of total transparency generated by the social media is only going to make our industry “cleaner,” and our role will be reduced to conveying our clients’ messages to their own clients in the most creative way possible. Hence my notion of the PR agencies as something like editorial teams. Maxim Behar
  41. At the end of the day, we all live in this world together and to practice bringing peace onto Twitter is a huge step into bringing peace into our world. Germany Kent
  42. At the very beginning, when the PR industry was invented, some 110 years ago, about 95 percent of the relations in politics and in busi- ness were hidden from the public—only the convenient information was made available, no more than 5 percent. Maxim Behar
  43. Attitude. Personality. Mindset. Spirit. Essence. Perspective. Regardless of how you define your state of being, your mental, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual approaches are the basis for your existence and how you experience life. Susan C. Young
  44. Authentic people are instantly more likable and trustworthy, which makes building rapport with them a pleasure. Susan C. Young
  45. Authentic people are so comfortable in their own skins they make us more comfortable in our own. Susan C. Young
  46. Authenticity is the litmus test for the honesty, transparency, and trust which are necessary for healthy relationships. Susan C. Young
  47. Authenticity isn’t just about saying “this is who I am”—it is also about being flexible enough to recognize and appreciate the uniqueness in others—honoring the mutual respect for being authentic and true. Susan C. Young
  48. Authenticity respects the ebb and flow between positive and negative. The people who really know you will understand that you are not always going to be in a happy place and an occasional bad mood is acceptable. Susan C. Young
  49. Be a person that others will look for your posts daily because they know you will encourage them. Be the positive one and help others to have a great day and you will find that not only they like you but you will like you too. John Patrick Hickey
  50. Be a worthy worker and work will come. Amit Kalantri
  51. Be positive. Stay happy and don’t let the negativity of the world get you down. Germany Kent
  52. Be the girl you want your daughter to be. Be the girl you want your son to date. Be classy, be smart, be real, but most importantly be nice. Germany Kent
  53. Be transparent. Let’s build a community that allows hard questions and honest conversations so we can stir up transformation in one another. Germany Kent
  54. Be wary of what you do with the attention social media gives you. Bernard Kelvin Clive
  55. Because words have deep meaning, Tweets have power. Germany Kent
  56. Becoming the person you want to be draws from being your best and doing your best as you allow your personality, passions, and purpose to shine through. Susan C. Young
  57. Before social networking platforms, people needed to know you to know your name. Today, people only need to know your name to know you. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  58. Behind him, he heard Ronan say, “I like the way you losers thought Instagram before first aid. Maggie Stiefvater, Blue Lily, Lily Blue
  59. Behind its generous appearance, the famous Warhol ‘fifteen minutes of fame’ is in fact contemptuous – an assignment to promotional mediocrity. And moreover, as the stock of ‘fame’ is limited, just like the stock of eggs in the uterus, it is supremely anti-democratic. If you are famous for a whole hour, you thwart three other people, who were entitled to their fifteen minutes. Everything is becoming functional. Irony is disappearing in the critical function, the word is disappearing in its phatic function. Worse: critique, ethics, aesthetics become functions of each other, as they wait to become useless functions. Jean Baudrillard
  60. Being authentic is key to living a happy life and enjoying healthy relationships. Susan C. Young
  61. Being effective at social media, whether for business or personal use, means capturing people who have short attention spans. They’re only a click away from a picture of a funny cat, so you have to make your thing more compelling than that cat. And that can be a high bar. Alexis Ohanian
  62. Being yourself is the only way how to stand out in today’s crowded market. So what’s YOUR story? Magnetic Silvia
  63. Beware of your kid’s screen consumption time – it’s a matter of life and death – of psychological life and psychological death. Raise them in a way that they do not lose their sense of community in the fake crowd of hashtags and emojis. Abhijit Naskar
  64. Bigger the fake you are in life, the greater will be your circles and the more honest you become in life the smaller will be your social circle. Biju Karakkonam, Nature and Wildlife Photographer
  65. Brands no longer own their message. They can try to control it, but they do not own it. Today, consumers own the message. What they say about a brand carries more weight than what the brand says about itself. Kim Garst
  66. Bring the best of your authentic self to every opportunity. Brian Jantsch
  67. Build it, and they will come” only works in the movies. Social Media is a “build it, nurture it, engage them, and they may come and stay. Seth Godin
  68. By authentically sharing when things aren’t right you allow the people you care about to offer the support you may need. Susan C. Young
  69. By early 2004 Tickle had become the second-largest social network after Friendster, with two million members actively connected to others and exchanging messages. David Kirkpatrick, The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That is Connecting the World
  70. By monitoring the activity taking place on social networks, retailers can amplify successful marketing and sales strategies and avoid weak tactics which can later be tied back to organizational objectives. Ryan Holmes
  71. By not tweeting you’re tweeting. You’re sending a message.
  72. By the same token, people today are resistant to the notion that by sharing dubious stories on Facebook, they’re furthering the goals of a foreign adversary. Many people, in fact seem to resent the suggestion because of the intimation that they’re gullible, easily tricked, or consciously aligned politically with that foreign adversary, even if none of those things are true. Peter Strzok
  73. C. S. Lewis once wrote, “There is no neutral ground in the universe: every square inch, every split second, is claimed by God and counterclaimed by Satan.” Our good God wants to use social media for our good and His glory, but Satan is hell-bent on owning that territory and using it for our distracted demise. This is true in everything. God wants us focused; Satan loves us frazzled. God wants us devoted; Satan loves it when we’re distracted. God wants us content; Satan loves us discontent—dissatisfied, depressed, and dejected. God wants us to know His incomparable love, while the devil wants us comparing our lives with others as we search for a di erent sort of love—a love that looks more like “likes. Wendy Speake
  74. Caption and cancel culture brevity leaves out the middle ground, where most of life is found. Janelle Brown, Pretty Things
  75. Clarity trumps persuasion. MECLabs
  76. Close to four billion human beings plugged into social media might be difficult to absorb, but its implications for everything, PR included, are way more profound than the impressive number itself Maxim Behar
  77. Coming on social media to get sympathy for rape cases cannot stop rapist, Facebook is not a police station, Twitter is not a courtroom, and Instagram cannot convict or punish a rapist. Bamigboye Olurotimi
  78. Common man’s patience will bring him more happiness than common man’s power. Amit Kalantri
  79. Content Doesn’t Win. Optimized Content Wins. Liana Evans
  80. Content is fire. Social media is gasoline. Jay Baer
  81. Content marketing is a commitment, not a campaign. Jon Buscall
  82. Content-based marketing gets repeated in social media and increases word-of-mouth mentions; it’s the best way to gather buzz about a product. Marsha Collier
  83. content. But at the same time, these signals are much more transformative—they are hypersocializing our society, scaling mass persuasion, and creating a tyranny of trends. They do this by injecting the influence of our peers into our daily decisions, mass persuasion, and the tyranny of trends the New Social Age. Sinan Aral, The Hype Machine: How Social Media Disrupts Our Elections, Our Economy, and Our Health–And How We Must Adapt
  84. Conversations among the members of your marketplace happen whether you like it or not. Good marketing encourages the right sort of conversations. Seth Godin, Seth’s Blog
  85. Conversations are happening whether you are there or not. Kim Garst
  86. Cowards say it can’t be done, critics say it shouldn’t have been done, creator say well done. Amit Kalantri
  87. Creativity without discipline will struggle, creativity with discipline will succeed. Amit Kalantri
  88. Cyberbullying is not a spectator sport. When and if you see it happening resist, stay informed and aware of how you can help and take some steps to champion against it. Germany Kent
  89. Did you know that using social media can actually help you to increase your level of thinking? Germany Kent
  90. Distracted from distraction by distraction. T.S. Eliot
  91. Do you generally feel uncomfortable around people whom you perceive to be perfect? Is there really such a thing as the perfect person? Of course not! Our flaws are often what differentiates us from each other, and no person is perfect. Susan C. Young
  92. Do you really want people to like you for something that you’re not? It takes a lot of energy to pretend to be someone else for the sake of pleasing others. Susan C. Young
  93. Don’t allow gadgets to replace games. Amit Kalantri
  94. Don’t be evil on social media. Germany Kent
  95. Don’t forget that the a apple on the back of your phone has a bite taken out of it —there is temptation at every turn. Wendy Speake
  96. Don’t get swept up in posting highlights for all to see and forsake the friends with whom you can safely share the lowlights. Wendy Speake
  97. Don’t just spend a little time with Jesus today; spend today with Jesus! Wendy Speake
  98. Don’t promote negativity online and expect people to treat you with positivity in person. Germany Kent
  99. Don’t fix the marketing first, fix your product. Once you’ve got a good product to talk about, the marketing’s going to flow from that. Scott Monty
  100. Don’t say anything online that you wouldn’t want plastered on a billboard with your face on it. Erin Bury
  101. Don’t worry; skills are cheap, passion is priceless. If you’re passionate about your content and you know it and do it better than anyone else, even with few formal business skills you have the potential to create a million-dollar business. Gary Vee
  102. Dresses don’t look beautiful on hangers. Amit Kalantri
  103. Dresses won’t worn out in the wardrobe, but that is not what dresses are designed for. Amit Kalantri
  104. During a conversation, listening is as powerful as loving. Amit Kalantri
  105. Each time I step back from the clutter of the online world, I’m amazed how much time is freed up to declutter my real world. Wendy Speake
  106. Emily swiped right on every picture, indicating interest, and within minutes she was getting matches. Her picture, now centered in a little circle, came rolling toward a boy’s picture in another circle, and collided with it, with a little ding. “See,” she said, “it’s like a game. Nancy Jo Sales, American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers
  107. Engage contacts who inspire great content. David Chiles
  108. Engage rather than sell … Work as a co-creator, not a marketer. Tom H. C. Anderson
  109. Engage, Enlighten, Encourage and especially…just be yourself! Social media is a community effort, everyone is an asset. Susan Cooper
  110. Every digital citizen should have a plan and a vision. Before you begin on social media design a blueprint of how you want your overall digital footprint to look to a global audience. Germany Kent
  111. Every generation narcissistically believes they are the greatest generation. Brien Pittman
  112. Every one of your first encounters begins with a “blank canvas” which provides you with unlimited opportunities to color your world in the ways you most desire. Susan C. Young
  113. Every step of ours holds the power to influence the world we live in. And by influencing the world I don’t mean creating some online profile and posting some trending pictures and photographs in an effort to build a monetizable “influencer” image. A person can have a million followers on instagram by posting fake beauty or fashion content, but this only coaxes a bunch of possession-obsessed humans to buy more things than they need, it doesn’t have any impact whatsoever on human progress in the long run – in short, the thing you call today influencing in the world of social media, is actually no influencing. Abhijit Naskar
  114. Every year the Web offers up hundreds of new experimental services and ideas, and while you don’t have time to try them all, if you’re able to pinpoint the applications with the most traction, your early adopter status will come with long-term rewards. Jennifer Van Grove
  115. Everybody thinks they’re famous when they get 100,000 followers on Instagram and 5,000 on Twitter. Meek Mill
  116. Everyone is living for everyone else now. They’re doing stuff so they can tell other people about it. I don’t get all that social media stuff. I’ve always got other things I want to do – odd jobs around the house. No one wants to hear about that. Karl Pilkington
  117. Everyone starts out with nobody listening to them and nobody to listen to. How and who you add determines what Twitter will become for you. Laura Fitton
  118. Exchange your online distractions for real-life devotion. Wendy Speake
  119. Facebook friends share fun, they don’t share feelings. Amit Kalantri
  120. Facebook gives people an illusory sense of being LIKED. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  121. Facebook is not your friend. It is a surveillance engine. Richard Stallman
  122. Facebook without content moderation is a gun without gun control. Abhijit Naskar
  123. Fail soon so that you can succeed sooner. Amit Kalantri
  124. Fashion doesn’t make you perfect, but it makes you pretty. Amit Kalantri
  125. Father has a strengthening character like the sun and mother has a soothing temper like the moon. Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words
  126. Figure out who you are; then do it on purpose. Kim Garst, Will the Real You Please Stand Up: Show Up, Be Authentic, and Prosper in Social Media
  127. Figuring out who you are and being true to yourself is not just important, but it is critical to being authentic. Kim Garst
  128. Find your sweet spot: the intersection between what you know and what your customers need to know. Joe Pulizzi
  129. First of all, I know it’s all people like you. And that’s what’s so scary. Individually you don’t know what you’re doing collectively. Dave Eggers
  130. Flavors are much more intense for people these days, so some of the old recipes don’t stand up the way they used to. Think about what people are eating now, all kinds of hot sauces and spicy foods. Intensely spiced global cuisines. Bitter kale instead of buttery spinach, funky goat cheese instead of mild cheddar. He tilts his head at me, pondering. “So what you are saying is that because people are much more exposed to these things, the original recipes taste different to them? Exactly! Sriracha is as common as ketchup in most houses these days, so people’s palates are used to more oomph in their flavors. Think about how it all used to be basic caramel, and now salted caramel is everywhere! When I was a kid it was all about milk chocolate, and now the darker and more intense the better. Stacey Ballis, Wedding Girl
  131. Focus on how to be social, not on how to do social. Jay Baer
  132. For a truly effective social campaign, a brand needs to embrace the first principles of marketing, which involves brand definition and consistent storytelling. Simon Mainwaring
  133. Freedom of Speech doesn’t justify online bullying. Words have power, be careful how you use them. Germany Kent
  134. Freedom of speech is priceless to me. So is the freedom of expres- sion of thoughts and beliefs as an expression of yourself, the free- dom of showing that you are different, the freedom of being the force motivating people around you, and the freedom of being motivated by the successes of others. Maxim Behar
  135. From a counterintelligence perspective, social media also makes it more difficult for people to recognize, let alone believe, that they’ve been duped. In the context of the analog, pre-internet intelligence world, most people prefer to believe that they’re not working with an intelligence officer [of foreign adversary] even if they have suspicions. Most would rather believe, for example, that they have a friendship with a professor at a foreign university. Peter Strzok
  136. From this point forth, find me nowhere, Socially unseen, Just on the back porch, without a care And without a screen. Eric Overby, Senses
  137. Gadgets helps the solo, not the soul. Amit Kalantri
  138. Get involved in discussions where the right folks are talking about the right topics. Wayne Breitbearth
  139. Go to where you are kindest. Jaron Lanier, Ten Arguments For Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now
  140. Going viral is not an outcome; it’s a happening. Sometimes it happens; sometimes it doesn’t. Just remember, fans are vanity and sales are sanity. Lori Taylor
  141. Good becomes better by playing against better, but better doesn’t become the best by playing against good. Amit Kalantri
  142. Great losses are great lessons. Amit Kalantri
  143. Hands can cook, hands can create, hands can kill. There is no better tool than our hands. Amit Kalantri
  144. Have an attitude of positive expectation. Germany Kent
  145. Have you bought into the lie that “You are what you tweet”? Spend forty days discovering who God says you are. Your identity is not found in how witty or pithy your 280 characters can be. You are a child of God, made in His likeness. Shut down Twitter and open up your Bible. Spend your time digging into the Word and discover who you are there, based on God’s opinion. Wendy Speake
  146. Having to explain to a child of today, who has learned to swipe before they can speak, that certain aspects of a person’s life must remain private for the preservation of one’s sanity is almost frivolous. Aysha Taryam
  147. He who sacrifices his respect for love basically burns his body to obtain the light. Amit Kalantri
  148. How can you squander even one more day not taking advantage of the greatest shifts of our generation? How dare you settle for less when the world has made it so easy for you to be remarkable? Seth Godin
  149. How different would people act if they couldn’t show off on social media? Would they still do it? Donna Lynn Hope
  150. How do you know your content’s relevant? Increased social traffic, engagement & quality leads. Jason Miller
  151. How to change the world: spread positivity, bring people up instead of dragging them down, treat others the way you wish to be treated. Germany Kent
  152. However, those 3 billion people who are social media users are all dealing with “relations,” and everything has become “public”!
  153. Human resource directors and hiring managers tell me they usually know within the first thirty seconds of a job interview whether or not the person is even a viable candidate. Susan C. Young
  154. Humans are lamentably insecure creatures, and often they pick up their modern devices to alleviate that insecurity, in a subconscious attempt to receive some thrill and reward. And the longer we keep on practicing such habit, the more hooked we get to our devices, often to the point of losing our mental stability. So, devices that were mainly invented as means of communication have become weapons of mental devastation. Abhijit Naskar
  155. Humility, gentleness, and helpfulness go so much further and open doors you cannot imagine. Think from a higher level and try to see beyond today. Some hard work and insight will bring you to paths that will reward you so highly, it’ll make the little inconvenience you incurred so worth it. Ann Tran
  156. I am a recovering perfectionist, and like all in recovery, I do better some days than others! Susan C. Young
  157. I am pain-stricken to say, that today’s so-called modern humans are all like the dogs in Pavlov’s experiment. Pavlov used a bell to manipulate the mind of his dogs, and today, social media platforms are using people’s own beloved smartphones to manipulate them. Abhijit Naskar
  158. I can’t control who follows me, but I can control who I follow. Germany Kent
  159. I do the splits perfectly in PE. I lose half a pound in two days. I get the spinach and pig-meat frittata from the lo-carb section for lunch. And no-one else knows. I mentally construct a MyFace status, polishing the memories carefully until they shine. The need to record my life is as fundamental as my need to breathe. Without MyFace, I’m floating. I have nothing to anchor me down, to prove I exist. Louise O’Neill
  160. I don’t want to say people are stupid, but people are stupid. Pablo Reyes
  161. I favour humans over ideology, but right now the ideologues are winning, and they’re creating a stage for constant artificial high dramas, where everyone is either a magnificent hero or a sickening villain. We can lead good, ethical lives, but some bad phraseology in a Tweet can overwhelm it all – even though we know that’s not how we should define our fellow humans. What’s true about our fellow humans is that we are clever and stupid. We are grey areas. And so … when you see an unfair or an ambiguous shaming unfold, speak up on behalf of the shamed person. A babble of opposing voices – that’s democracy. The great thing about social media was how it gave a voice to voiceless people. Let’s not turn it into a world where the smartest way to survive is to go back to being voiceless. Jon Ronson, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed
  162. I get 100% open rate, said no one ever. Mari Smith
  163. I get a 100% email open rate,’ said nobody ever. All the more reason to place Facebook ads targeting your own email list. Mari Smith
  164. I get a 100% open rate,’ said nobody ever. All the more reason to place Facebook ads targeting your own email list. Mari Smith
  165. I have a friend request from some stranger on facebook and i delete it without looking at the profile because that doesn’t seem natural. ’cause friendship should not be as easy as that. it’s like people believe all you need to do is like the same bands in order to be soulmates. or books. omg… U like the outsiders 2… it’s like we’re the same person! no we’re not. it’s like we have the same english teacher. there’s a difference. David Levithan, Will Grayson, Will Grayson
  166. I have no faith in salvation thru technology. I think that technology will have no appreciable saving effect upon humanity. Today, humans are now only more technology-dependent – not more happy – not more wise – nor more enlightened than they were 6000 years ago. Brien Pittman
  167. I liked the thought that the book I was now holding had been held by dozens of others. Doris Kearns Goodwin, Wait Till Next Year
  168. I love social media. I love the connectivity it provides, the creativity it allows, and the breathtaking wealth of information we all have at our fingertips because of it. Galit Breen, Kindness Wins
  169. I tweet, therefore my entire life has shrunk to 140-character chunks of instant event & predigested gnomic wisdom & swearing. Neil Gaiman
  170. I use social media as an idea generator, trend mapper and strategic compass for all of our online business ventures. Paul Barron(@paulbarron)
  171. I was basically born knowing how to casually stalk people on social media. Becky Albertalli, The Upside of Unrequited
  172. I was going to post something on Facebook until I asked myself why. David E Love, Journalist. David E Love
  173. I wish I knew how to quit you, Tumblr. John Green
  174. If a builder and an architect sit at the same table, does one role become more like the other? Or do they work better together because of it? James Islington, An Echo of Things to Come
  175. If any of the great avatars – Buddha, Jesus, Khrishna, Mohammed – were present in human form on this planet today, what would they be doing? I doubt they would be posting selfies. Anthon St. Maarten
  176. If content is king, then conversion is queen. John Munsell
  177. If ever I create a website, I’ll call it Two-Face Book, and I’ll invite everyone to it, it will be a game board, of a whitewash chalkboard. A social network, with reserved intentions, where we can fall into our cliques and circle of friends. We can dis who we want and accept who appeals to our discretion. Where the users will keep abusing, and abusers keep using, where the computer bullies will keep swinging and the J-birds that fly by will die; where the lonely will keep seeking and the needy still go desperate, where the envious will keep hating, and the lustful will keep flashing. Where those that think ignoring, will keep one down and the wannabes will foolishly think themselves greater by the number of “likes” that pours caffeine into their coffee. We can jump on the bandwagon of likes, or reserve not to show we care. Where the scorners, scammers and stalkers lay wait to take hold of the innocent and fragile, and my pockets will get fatter as more and more will join up, where being fake is accepted. As a mirror that stares at a different face. It will be my two-face epilogue, in a 3-world dimension, of a twofold war. I will build an empire of contagious hooks, and still we will live, happily-ever disastrous. Anthony Liccione
  178. If everyone on this planet had a life of purpose, social networking platforms would be not so prevalent and popular. Rajesh
  179. If I can reach further, it is by connecting with influential nodes. Gohar F. Khan, Creating Value With Social Media Analytics: Managing, Aligning, and Mining Social Media Text, Networks, Actions, Location, Aps, Hyperlinks, Multimedia, & Search Engines Data
  180. If I were to feed strangers my information, they wouldn’t have enough time to expose themselves to the world. Sarah Mercado
  181. If people like you, they’ll listen to you. But if they trust you, they’ll do business with you. Kim Garst
  182. If social media controls you and is robbing you of your freedom and good emotional energy chances are you’re addicted and it’s time to find another hobby. Germany Kent
  183. If something other than God quick- ens your heart more than His love, take note. That which makes your heart beat fast may actually be the thing you need to fast from. While we may not be a culture that worships idols carved out of wood, many of us have made idols of our digital devices. During this forty-day fast, we are laying down our phones, physi- cally turning away from the divisive distraction of social media and those we like in an e ort to turn our attention back to the One we love. If you have made the subconscious choice to turn away from God’s love over the years, you can make a conscious choice to turn back to it now. Wendy Speake
  184. If the farmer is rich, then so is the nation. Amit Kalantri
  185. If thinking should precede acting, then acting must succeed thinking. Amit Kalantri
  186. If we all work together there is no telling how we can change the world through the impact of promoting positivity online. Germany Kent
  187. If we are connected to everyone else by six degrees and we can influence them up to three degrees, then one way to think about ourselves is that each of us can reach about halfway to everyone else on the planet. Nicholas A. Christakis
  188. If we are to maintain global wellbeing, at both personal and social level, then social media awareness programs are to be made compulsory in schools and professional firms. Abhijit Naskar, Mission Reality
  189. If what you are doing doesn’t add value, they won’t listen to you. Marcus Sheridan
  190. If Woodstock happened today, you would be invited on social media. Websites would livestream it. Rolling Stone would not cover it. You would read “The 5 Craziest Parts of Woodstock (Number 4 Will SHOCK You).” Instead of lighters, we would hold up cell phones, so we could record the moment instead of inhabiting it. Thomm Quackenbush, Holidays with Bigfoot
  191. If you are in a position where you can reach people, then use your platform to stand up for a cause. HINT: social media is a platform. Germany Kent
  192. If you are on social media, and you are not learning, not laughing, not being inspired or not networking, then you are using it wrong. Germany Kent
  193. If you can’t impress them with your argument, impress them with your actions. Amit Kalantri
  194. If you feel the need to constantly post on social media documenting your every move, chances are you’re either addicted to social networking or there is a void somewhere in your personal life. Germany Kent
  195. If you habitually look for love and companionship online, when the love of God is found in the companionship of Christ, then social media isn’t good for you. Perhaps you need a short forty-day break to connect with God. Disconnecting from that which is less good frees you up to connect with the One who is most good. With His help, when this fast is over you might be able to set boundaries around your online relationships that allow you to enjoy those good gifts in light of the good Gift-Giver. But if you can’t, then don’t reengage online. All things may be allowed, but if they don’t allow you to stay focused on the satisfying goodness of God, then they aren’t good for you. Wendy Speake
  196. If you make customers unhappy in the physical world, they might each tell 6 friends. If you make customers unhappy on the Internet, they can each tell 6,000 friends. Jeff Bezos
  197. If you nd yourself constantly thirsty for more, never quite satis ed no matter how often you go back to draw from the well of social media or online streaming and shopping, then you’ve likely been drinking from a well that was never meant to satisfy you. Like it or not, we all tend to forsake the spring of living water and dig our own cisterns. They’re broken and, as a result, so are we. Still, we keep at it. And the more broken we become, the more fervent our search for happiness. Each ping, buzz, and noti cation triggers a dopamine release in our brains, synthetically creating a short sensation of happi- ness. We’ve become chemically and emotionally addicted to these short-lived highs. That’s why I’ve decided to put my foot down by putting my phone down, so that I might pick up the joy-inducing presence of God instead. Wendy Speake
  198. If you’re thinking of a social media spring clean, start with those who never comment on or like anything you post – they’re just spying on you. Next, lose the ones who only contact when they have something to sell or promote – they’re using you. Stewart Stafford
  199. If you’re thinking of doing a social media spring clean, start with those who never like or comment on anything you post – they’re just spying on you. Next, lose the ones who only contact you when they have something to sell or promote – they’re using you. Stewart Stafford
  200. If you’re looking for the next big thing, and you’re looking where everyone else is, you’re looking in the wrong place. Mark Cuban
  201. Imagine a society entirely absorbed in its own historicity. It would be incapable of producing historians. Living entirely under the sign of the future, it would satisfy itself with automatic self-recording processes and auto-inventory machines, postponing indefinitely the task of understanding itself. Pierre Nora
  202. Importantly, companies are using social media to do things that go way beyond just chatting up existing customers on Facebook. Sales departments use social to nurture leads and close sales. HR posts job openings and vets applicants. Community and support squads mine networks, blogs, and forums with deep listening tools. Ryan Holmes
  203. In 2019, however, there is nothing left from that: the revolution- ary advent of social media has now reached its full swing, and 100 percent of all deeds, thoughts, deals, and acts in our lives are public. Social media’s almightiness has brought about many things, but the main one is transparency. Total transparency everywhere and for everyone. As a result, social media have shaken up the PR industry beyond recognition. In fact, social media have caused the first and only real PR revolution in the industry’s more than 100 years of history.
  204. In a democracy government is the God. Amit Kalantri
  205. In a Social Media-driven this era, the lines of privacy have almost been blurred out. Bernard Kelvin Clive
  206. In an interview om WNYC in 2015, Willliam Arkin, a former U.S. Army intelligence officer, national security expert, and the author of Unmanned: Drones, Data, and the Illusion of Prefect Warfare, compared the military’s compulsive data-collecting with unmanned drones to our collective addiction to our smartphones. “You can’t just stop yourself from checking your e-mail or texting,” Arkin said. “And that’s the world of drones in a nutshell.” Are we using our phones like drones? Compulsively checking on one another? And when we don’t like what someone has to say, or perhaps how they look, dropping destructive speech bombs whose after-effects we never have to see in person? Nancy Jo Sales, American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers
  207. In an overwhelming attempt to capture memories, people have forgotten to make memories. Abhijit Naskar
  208. In any game, the game itself is the prize, no matter who wins, ultimately both lose the game. Amit Kalantri
  209. In Friendster’s wake, a throng of social networking sites blossomed in San Francisco attempting to duplicate its appeal. Each tackled the idea of connecting people in a slightly different way. One was Tickle, a service which, on observing Friendster’s broad-based appeal, altered its own service, which had previously been based on self-administered quizzes and tests. Two of the other new social sites—LinkedIn and Tribe.net—were founded by friends of Abrams. David Kirkpatrick
  210. In Social Media, the “squeaky wheel” gets the oil. You have to put yourself out there, to find people who will relate or even debate with you, depending on what you are looking for. Jessica Northey
  211. In social networks, the function of “friends” is primarily to heighten narcissism by granting attention, as consumers, to the ego exhibited as a commodity. Byung-Chul Han
  212. In the age of misinformation, thought crimes, Newspeak, and memory holes, Social Media reigns supreme in the land of lies and likes. Social Media where lies spread faster than wildfires, where social indignation is nothing more than jealousy with a halo, and where any idiot can have 5 minutes of fame. I must confess I’ve lost faith in the sanity of the world. We don’t need more tweets, retweets, and protests what we need now is contemplation. Quiet contemplation and scrutiny. The chance to step outside of the noise, the mental pandemonium. A chance to remember the person you were meant to be. The person you want to be. The person you are. Our task must be to free ourselves… by widening out our hearts with compassion, by embracing all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty. Go out into nature. Allow it to capture your heart, who knows perhaps you’ll discover you could willingly waste your time in it. Already tons of tired, nerve-wrecked, over-technologized people are finding out that going to the mountains is going home, that wilderness is a necessity, and that Social Media is only essential for those who live little to no life. Brien Pittman
  213. In the digital age, people spend countless hours throughout the day on social media and at the end of the day have absolutely nothing to show for it. Germany Kent
  214. In the Hype Machine, everyone is a digital marketer, whether we’re fighting for ideas or for consumer dollars. Sinan Aral
  215. In the same way, when newspapers began to die and social media started its supreme reign, we didn’t imagine the risk of fake news. We didn’t think that when media is freely in the hands of billions of people, they will do with it as they please. We didn’t suspect that social media profiles could be stolen and fake personalities would come up. We didn’t know that there would be fake profiles, pretend- ers, bots, and other ill-minded actors whose only goal would be to carry out some political or business manipulation agenda so they could destroy some company or boost another that didn’t have what it takes. Maxim Behar
  216. In the six degrees of separation, not all degrees are equal. Malcolm Gladwell
  217. In this age of instant communication, emoticons are replacing words, body language replacing language and visuals replacing text. Haresh Sippy
  218. In this day and age, the digital age, you can forget about a resume; you are what your social media says about you. Germany Kent
  219. In today’s age, writing a brand’s name on social media without its handle or hashtag is like misspelling or writing its name with lower case. Jerry Oche
  220. In united families, they might sleep with half filled stomach but no one sleeps with empty stomach. Amit Kalantri
  221. In your name, the family name is at last because it’s the family name that lasts. Amit Kalantri
  222. Influence is NOT Popularity! Brian Solis
  223. Information and communication technologies have changed the way of life completely. Nowadays, many people reach for their smart phones and/or turn their computers on as soon as they wake up. They look at the news on social networks and check e-mails, before they get dressed or have breakfast. Eraldo Banovac
  224. Innovation needs to be part of your culture. Consumers are transforming faster than we are, and if we don’t catch up, we’re in trouble. Ian Schafer
  225. Interestingly, being yourself allows others to be themselves. Even with crazy imperfections, being a bona fide genuine person is the best any of us can be—messy flaws and all! Susan C. Young
  226. Ironically, in the digital age of the internet, mobile computing, and social media, one can claim or assume to have known someone too much, yet so little has been understood about the silent narrative of someone’s story; and that is regretfully sad and tragic.
  227. Is when someone changes from who they are and start living their lives, according to the standards of social media. Their minds create a new personality based on what they read on social media. They let social media people determine or decide on how they should live their lives. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  228. It amazes me that we are all on Twitter and Facebook. By “we” I mean adults. We’re adults, right? But emotionally we’re a culture of seven-year-olds. Have you ever had that moment when are you updating your status and you realize that every status update is just a variation on a single request: “Would someone please acknowledge me? Marc Maron, Attempting Normal
  229. It is important to know your brand, what you represent, who your competitors are in the marketplace and what makes you different. Germany Kent
  230. It is the sweat of the servants that make their squire look smart. Amit Kalantri
  231. It laid out what Russia was doing, noting that while the tactics were new, Russian attempts at election interference were not, and urging Americans to think carefully about all the news and social media they were consuming. While I was researching material for the editorial, I ran across a remarkable quote from George Washington that seemed chillingly prophetic, which began, “against the insidious wiles of foreign influence, I conjure you to believe me, fellow citizens, that jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government. Peter Strzok
  232. It seems perverse that we can be more social than anyone would have thought possible when we are at our most anti-social, locked away from the world and silently staring at a computer screen, but that, as psychologists will tell you is the way we operate. When we are at the maximum of our disconnect we also are ready to connect and feel the need for interaction. David Amerland
  233. It will take time for you to get the recognition that you deserve. This world will not recognize real people and their real struggle. Because the majority are fake here. They have sold their souls to live the life of luxury and comfort. They deal in the currency of glitz and glamour. They are driven by the pettiness of greed and patheticity of selfishness. They don’t recognize honesty, integrity, and real struggle! But you do not become a cynic. You cannot give up on your idealism and integrity. Let the fake heroes & heroines show of their fake happiness by gloating on social media. Don’t let them take away the real hero or real heroine in you! Stay real and stay humble. Some of these fake peoole buy likes and followers to show a fake achievement on social media. Some even buy ‘bought awards’ to make themselves feel better! You will never do this I know! Just don’t give up on your struggle. Stand alone. Stay strong. Live a life of real achievement. Fight On! Avijeet Das
  234. It’s better to be realistic and come out of the virtual world, social media pushups. The moment you do this. you will come to acknowledge the worthly connections of your life. Aayush Verma
  235. It’s dangerous to fool yourself into believing the online world is ‘virtual’ and the person behind the keyboard can’t inflict real-life harm. Ginger Gorman, Troll Hunting: Inside the World of Online Hate and its Human Fallout
  236. It’s important to build a strong network, both in your professional and personal life. Oscar Auliq-Ice
  237. It’s possible that the people you follow online have come between you and the One who said, “Follow Me.” Wendy Speake
  238. It’s time to shop high heels if your fiance kisses you on the forehead. Amit Kalantri
  239. It’s a highly deceptive world, one that constantly asks you to comment but doesn’t really care what you have to say. David Levithan
  240. Join LinkedIn groups. You are 70% more likely to get an appointment with someone on an unexpected sales call if you cite a common LinkedIn group than if you don’t. Amanda Johns Vaden
  241. Just as you don’t need to be on every single TV channel, I don’t believe a brand needs to be on every single social media in one big way. Shiv Singh
  242. Just be nice, take genuine interest in the people you meet, and keep in touch with people you like. This will create a group of people who are invested in helping you because they know you and appreciate you. Guy Kawasaki
  243. Kanye lied when he said diamonds are forever When the heat is high, it’s the same as lead on paper. We gradually recreate the movie World War Z. Our worst disease becomes our best form of remedy. Moving sands, no firm ground, we live in fear. We join hands, bottle down, pop the Belvedere. Now the question is have we all punched our clocks? Social media, we fit in a damn box. Soroosh Shahrivar
  244. Kids are spending so much time communicating through technology, they’re not developing basic communication skills that humans have used since forever,’ says psychologist Jim Taylor, author of Raising Generation Tech: Preparing Your Children for a Media-Fueled World. “Communication is not just about words. It’s about body language, tone of voice, facial expressions, even pheremones, all of which can’t be conveyed through social media. Emoticons are very weak substitutes. And when nonverbal cues are stripped away, it can limit the potential for understanding, arguably the foundation of empathy. When researchers at the University of Michigan reviewed data from seventy-two studies conducted between 1979 and 2009, all focused on monitoring levels of empathy among American college students, they found that students today were scoring about 40 percent lower than their earlier counterparts. Nancy Jo Sales
  245. Knowing how to make a great first impression will enable you to more easily achieve your goals and live out your hopes and dreams to become a happier, more content you. Susan C. Young
  246. Late one night not long after the trolling began, I read a tweet that said: ‘Your life is over.’ My husband Don and I quickly realised that location services were turned on for my Twitter feed and you could just about pinpoint our house on GoogleMaps. That night we both lay awake in bed wondering if our children were in danger. Ginger Gorman
  247. Lay down Facebook and lift up your face. Put down Facebook so that you might spend some undistracted time face-to-face with Him. Your face in His book: that’s the Facebook you need right now. Wendy Speake
  248. Lead people with what they want. – Lead with what they’ve already said. – Lead people from where they’re at. – Lead them with the things that concern them. Sandi Krakowski
  249. Learn to be a successful networker and you will never be without pending opportunities. Germany Kent
  250. Legendary service is one of the criteria that sets one company apart from its competitors. It’s the mark of a truly authentic company – you just can’t fake caring! Kim Garst
  251. Let your internet engagement show your inner beauty through online actions with Netiquette. NetworkEtiquette.net David Chiles
  252. Let’s all promise to share the quotes, blogs, and videos we like- Spread positivity on social media. Deeksha Arora
  253. Let’s take a selfie.” “We can’t; our phones are dead, remember? We’ll just have to have the memory in our hearts like the old days.” Jenny Han, Always and Forever, Lara Jean
  254. Life’s most amazing moments between people are built on trust, communication, acceptance, and love. Susan C. Young
  255. Lifting lives, 140 characters at a time. Germany Kent
  256. Like everything else in marketing, the first step is finding the right audience. Building authority with cyclists is completely useless to you if you’re looking to engage people in the automobile industry. Vincent H. Clarke
  257. Limiting time on social media can actually help you to improve and appreciate relationships that are real and true. Germany Kent
  258. LinkedIn is a channel to increase, not a tool to replace, your networking efforts, and it is an excellent vehicle to facilitate some facets of your marketing and business strategies. Viveka vonRosen
  259. LinkedIn is for the people you know. Facebook is for the people you used to know. Twitter is for the people you want to know.
  260. Little girls think it’s necessary to put all their business on MySpace and Facebook, and I think it’s a shame…I’m all about mystery. Stevie Nicks
  261. Living in alignment with your true self enables you to cultivate transparency and unshakable authenticity. Susan C. Young
  262. Make friends not enemies. Compliment do not criticize. Like. David Chiles
  263. Make sure your LinkedIn profile has a targeted headline. Not only should the headline clearly state your career focus, it’s also the most important place to add a keyword or two, because this influences how you appear in search results. Melanie Pinola
  264. Making a product is just an activity, making a profit on a product is the achievement. Amit Kalantri
  265. Making an excellent first impression may seem old-fashioned to some, but the realities of life confirm that the first impression is a lasting one—impactful enough to change your life and even outlive you altogether. Susan C. Young
  266. Man does not really love social media; he merely hates boredom and loneliness. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  267. Man should never work for the machine, machine should work for the man. Amit Kalantri
  268. Meditation is the ultimate mobile device; you can use it anywhere, anytime, unobtrusively. Sharon Salzberg
  269. Meditation is the ultimate mobile device; you can use it anywhere, anytime, unobtrusively. Sharon Salzberg, Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation
  270. Meeting, for the first time in person, someone that you’ve ‘known’ for sometime online = Taking the relationship to the ‘previous’ level. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  271. Mixing old wine with new wine is stupidity, but mixing old wisdom with new wisdom is maturity. Amit Kalantri
  272. Monitor, engage, and be transparent; these have always been the keys to success in the digital space. Dallas Lawrence
  273. More than machines, we need mindfulness – more than likes, we need kindness – more than connections, we need commitment – more than advancement, we need enlightenment. Abhijit Naskar
  274. Most bloggers who rise above the clutter are quite often prolific –they work hard, not just writing content but networking, engaging in Social Media and more. Darren Rowse
  275. Most neuroses and some psychoses can be traced to the unnecessary and unhealthy habit of daily wallowing in the troubles and sins of five billion strangers. Robert A. Heinlein, Stranger in a Strange Land
  276. Most social media users are not as influential as they or we think: Some of our followers have forgotten that we exist, and some no longer exist. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  277. My belief and goal is that every professional in the world should be on a service like LinkedIn. Reid Hoffman
  278. My core fear is that we are, as a culture, as a species, becoming shallower; that we have turned from depth–from the Judeo-Christian premise of unfathomable mystery–and are adapting ourselves to the ersatz security of a vast lateral consciousness. That we are giving up on wisdom, the struggle for which has for millennia been central to the very idea of culture, and that we are pledging instead to a faith in the web. What is our idea, our ideal, of wisdom these days? Who represents it? Who even invokes it? Our postmodern culture is a vast fabric of completing isms; we are leaderless and subject to the terrors, masked as the freedoms, of an absolute relativism. It would be wrong to lay all the blame at the feet of technology, but more wrong to ignore the great transformative impact of new technological systems–to act as if it’s all just business as usual. Sven Birkerts, The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age
  279. Networking isn’t how many people you know, it’s how many people know you.” Amit Kalantri
  280. Never hate social hierarchies. Arif Naseem
  281. Never underestimate the power of a #hashtag. Bernard Joseph Burch
  282. Never underestimate the power of a tweet. Germany Kent
  283. Never underestimate the power of a tweet. Germany Kent, You Are What You Tweet: Harness the Power of Twitter to Create a Happier, Healthier Life
  284. Never was a Family more insistent on learning one another’s movements than were the Bunch. All of them volubly knew, or indignantly desired to know, where all the others had been every minute of the week. Sinclair Lewis, Babbitt
  285. New marketing is about the relationships, not the medium. Ben Grossman
  286. No tricks, no tools, but talent makes a task truly top class. Amit Kalantri
  287. Not everyone is always going to like you. What impresses one person may turn another away. To thine own self be true. Susan C. Young
  288. Nothing in my life has made loving God with all my heart, soul, and mind more di cult than my constant connection to my devices. The same is true when it comes to loving my real-life neighbors. Devices are divisive. Wendy Speake
  289. Now I existed solely thanks to the quantum paradox, my brain a collection of qubits in quantum superposition, encoding truths and memories, imagination and irrationality in opposing, contradictory states that existed and didn’t exist, all at the same time. Robin Wasserman
  290. Now I existed solely thanks to the quantum paradox, my brain a collection of qubits in quantum superposition, encoding truths and memories, imagination and irrationality in opposing, contradictory states that existed and didn’t exist, all at the same time. Robin Wasserman, Crashed
  291. now it’s computers and more computers and soon everybody will have one, 3-year-olds will have computers and everybody will know everything about everybody else long before they meet them. nobody will want to meet anybody else ever again and everybody will be a recluse like I am now. Charles Bukowski
  292. Nowadays, some 60–70 percent of our clients turn to us as PR consultants—and it seems to be exactly the same everywhere in the world—for two main reasons: crisis management and reputation management. Maxim Behar, The Global PR Revolution: How Thought Leaders Succeed in the Transformed World of PR
  293. On engagement, we’re already seeing that mobile users are more likely to be daily active users than desktop users. They’re more likely to use Facebook six or seven days of the week. Mark Zuckerberg
  294. Once you can understand where the conversation is, who leads, the type of voices and the best place for you to add your voice, you can then start becoming a more active participant. Mitch Joel
  295. One cannot help but wonder what used to get the huge portions of our attention that are now gotten by social media every single day. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  296. One day you will look back and recall all the time you spent on social media and wonder why you didn’t invest that time someplace else. Germany Kent
  297. One of the great things about LinkedIn is it isn’t the same kind of networking that happens at conventions, where you’re wearing a name tag, trying to meet strangers, and awkwardly attempting to make small talk. LinkedIn is networking without the pressure. Melanie Pinola
  298. One should be careful not to buy into the notion that someone else’s life is somehow more complete or fulfilling than yours based solely on what you see online. Germany Kent
  299. Online & social media subscribers are hungry for content, but when newsfeeding them for growth, try not to get them juiced up for more email junk they’ll trash over trunk…quality over quantity is the preferred principle thing! Tracey Bond
  300. Only two industries refer to their customers as ‘users’: computer design and drug dealing. Edward R. Tufte
  301. Opening my phone closes me off to others, but closing my phone opens me up to those around me. Wendy Speake
  302. Our head of social media is the customer. McDonald’s
  303. Our social tools are not an improvement to modern society, they are a challenge to it. Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations
  304. Our society has led us to believe that everybody is on the internet these days. Contrary to popular belief everyone is not on social media. Germany Kent
  305. Our thoughts, feelings and whereabouts: Food we dish up on plates called photographs and status updates; to feed Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.; beasts with insatiable appetites. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  306. Over the past 60 years, marketing has moved from being product-centric (Marketing 1.0) to being consumer-centric (Marketing 2.0). Today we see marketing as transforming once again in response to the new dynamics in the environment. We see companies expanding their focus from products to consumers to humankind issues. Marketing 3.0 is the stage when companies shift from consumer-centricity to human-centricity and where profitability is balanced with corporate responsibility. Phillip Kotler
  307. Own your truths—all of them. Be honest. Be genuine. Be straightforward. Be refreshing! Susan C. Young
  308. Parents expect only two things from their children, obedience in their childhood and respect in their adulthood. Amit Kalantri
  309. Passion, on the other hand, is primarily about the other. It’s not rooted in selfish gains or desires, but instead constantly looks for ways to make life easier for others. Kim Garst
  310. Pay attention to humans, not to your phone. Abhijit Naskar
  311. People align with movements they can believe in, and it is the human, intellectual, and financial investment in genuine content that defines experiences. Brian Solis
  312. People do not become entrepreneur; it is the matter of hustle they make physical, mental and social. Deeksha Arora
  313. People get addicted to feeling offended all the time because it gives them a high; being self-righteous and morally superior feels good. Mark Manson
  314. People must believe that you are real and are who you say you are, otherwise they will not want to do business with you, much less make the effort to move forward in starting and building a relationship. Susan C. Young
  315. People want to do business with you because you help them get what they want. They don’t do business with you to help you get what you want. Don Crowther
  316. People who have social media accounts and don’t update or say anything on them. They don’t like or comment. 98% of those people have more than one accounts, where they use fake or parody profile picture and fake names. They are the ones who use ghosts accounts. Where they scam, bully, stalk, harass, threaten, abuse, speak bad, damage other people lives. Where they are vocal , mean and trolling others. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  317. People who smile while they are alone used to be called insane, until we invented smartphones and social media. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  318. Phones are neither good nor bad, they are just lifeless machines that were invented to serve humankind, yet humankind, with their everlasting stupidity have turned this communication marvel into psychological suicide. Abhijit Naskar
  319. Please Repeat: Influence is NOT Popularity! Brian Solis
  320. Podemos canalizar a revolução da web 2.0 de maneira construtiva, de modo que ela enriqueça ao invés de matar nossa economia, cultura e valores. Andrew Keen
  321. Points of views that are expressed on Twitter don’t intend to offend, but rather defend and open the conversation up to everyone so that no one has to pretend. Germany Kent
  322. Politeness is the first thing people lose once they get the power. Amit Kalantri
  323. Positive impressions have staying power, so make them great. You can transform your connections and your relationship results! Susan C. Young
  324. Power does not pardon, power punishes. Amit Kalantri
  325. PR is everything and everywhere. PR is the King and the Slave, the Game Changer and the Boss, the revolution! Indeed, the Global PR Revolution! Maxim Behar
  326. PR, public relations quotes, public relations, social media, social media marketing, social media quotes, marketing quotes, business quotes,business management training. Maxim Behar
  327. Privacy is dead, and social media hold the smoking gun. Pete Cashmore
  328. Psychopath have found a platform where they are being glorified. Which is called social media. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  329. Pushing a company agenda on social media is like throwing water balloons at a porcupine. Erik Qualman
  330. Rather than assuming that education is primarily about preparing for jobs and careers, what would it mean to think of education as a process of guiding kids’ participation in public life more generally, a public life that includes social, recreational, and civic engagement. Mizuko Ito
  331. Recently thought of deleting my Facebook account and start using Twitter, but realized it’s not easy. Facebook has become like the boyfriend I no longer like but scared to dump because I’ve invested so much time in the relationship. Manasa Rao Saarloos
  332. Regardless of how the PR business may have developed over the years, we always used to be a transmission, a sort of bridge, between our clients and their clients. Maxim Behar
  333. Relationships are not created for nothing; nothing expecting something from nothing, produces nothing but fluffing, and this ain’t pillow-talk. When making connections virtually or network socially, I highly respect interactive engagement with people who understand and value communication as a key to building relationships. Lack of communication can be diminutive to relationship building. Wisdom comes with experience and information applied to a conscious observation. Observing the dynamics of communication daily, I seriously question the mindset & motives of those who make contacts with no intention of building a mutually substantial interaction. The way I see it, especially when it comes to social media networking, these superficial contacts become little more than uncategorical profiles of cyber-clutter, trending for the trash bin…and that junk ought to get you digitally-dumped quicker than a cached-out-file. Tracey Bond
  334. Relationships are your most powerful asset. Oscar Auliq-Ice
  335. Reliability has become scarce – commitment has become scarce – attachment has become scarce. The very socio-psychological mechanisms that sustain the stability and wellness of a society are beginning to collapse, and when they do, the very fabric of societal stability and sanity will get ripped apart, which I am afraid is no longer a possibility. This has already begun to happen and the situation will get only worse, creating a society full of sociopaths, psychopaths and basically unstable, depressed and superficial human beings with no strength of character and conscience, and no sense of patience and sanity whatsoever. They will crave for appraisal – they will crave for attention – they will crave for flattery – they will crave for perfection. Everything about them will be artificial and superficial. And no matter how much they pretend to present their life as perfect, inside they will be dying every single second of their existence. Abhijit Naskar
  336. Reputation is so important that one should not ruin it on social media. Germany Kent
  337. Respect cannot be inherited, respect is the result of right actions. Amit Kalantri
  338. Right now, with social networks and other tools on the Internet, all of these 500 million people have a way to say what they’re thinking and have their voice be heard. Mark Zuckerberg
  339. Sadly, people are still losing their jobs over things that they tweet. Nowadays, that has extended to other people losing their jobs over something someone else tweeted who was somehow largely affiliated with them. Germany Kent
  340. Say something worthwhile and people will listen. Germany Kent
  341. Says Ray Ozzie . . . “The system and the activities brought us together, but we maintained the social network in our minds, hearts, souls. Not in a friends list. Brian Dear
  342. Search is about figuring out what people are looking for when they enter keywords into their favorite search engine. Social media is what people are actually saying to each other; they’re telling us what they’re looking for. We, as marketers, should be able to fit it all together pretty nicely. Norm Elrod
  343. Seeing the mud around a lotus is pessimism, seeing a lotus in the mud is optimism. Amit Kalantri
  344. Selfies are injurious to health. Abhijit Naskar
  345. Selfies have begun to replace memories – likes and comments have begun to replace lasting conversations – illusive friends and followers lists have begun to replace real reliable friendship. And this is nothing to be taken for granted. Abhijit Naskar
  346. Sell-sell-sell sales methods simply do not work on social media unless you are a major brand, and even then, they are discovering that this is less and less effective every day. Kim Garst
  347. She is so secure in her beautifully imperfect self that she would welcome you with open arms, no judgment, and complete acceptance. Susan C. Young
  348. Six degrees of separation doesn’t mean that everyone is linked to everyone else in just six steps. It means that a very small number of people are linked to everyone else in a few steps, and the rest of us are linked to the world through those special few. Malcolm Gladwell
  349. Small wonder, then, that an institution like the Library found space to take root. It was presented as a good cause, created in the hope of encouraging people to be more open with one another. Its creators were little more than boys: perky, smiling youngsters, well groomed and well dressed, without a trace of facial hair. They looked designed to win people’s trust. And who wouldn’t trust a cheerful, articulate young man who came calling at your door, inviting you to chat with him about this and that, about the meaning of life, about all the hunger and suffering in the world? It’s true; it was whispered that dark forces acted behind them, national and international groups hungry for vengeance after certain recent defeats. But who could believe such things in front of polite young lads who always looked you in the eyes and shook your hand. Giorgio De Maria, The Twenty Days of Turin
  350. So when I am about to give a speech, I resort to the hand-brain connection. I jot down notes on my notepad, half a page, and when they go through my hand and pen, there seems to be a better link to the memory. Once I do my notes, I don’t even need to look at the paper anymore; I just know the sequence of my arguments. Maxim Behar
  351. Social marketing eliminates the middlemen, providing brands the unique opportunity to have a direct relationship with their customers. Bryan Weiner
  352. Social media a place where people hate what they do, when is done by others , because it is exposed. They will be bashing, shaming, naming and humiliate someone for the same act they are doing secretly. So that they can look good. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  353. Social media allows big companies to act small again Jay Baer
  354. Social media allows us to behave in ways that we are hardwired for in the first place – as humans. We can get frank recommendations from other humans instead of from faceless companies. Francois Gossieaux
  355. Social Media brands faster than any other existing Marketing plan and for much cheaper! Germany Kent
  356. Social Media can provide a conversational extension to a B2B company’s nurturing programs. Social Media gives us the opportunity to humanise our communications and make our companies more approachable. Ardath Albee
  357. Social Media can provide a conversational extension to a B2B company’s nurturing programs. Social Media gives us the opportunity to humanize our communications and make our companies more approachable. Ardath Albee
  358. Social media creates communities, not markets. Don Schultz
  359. Social media has its benefits and drawbacks. It is useful for research, has an educational value as a medium for learning about current events and of course, as a platform for conversation and opposing arguments with others. What’s not debatable however, is that it can be addictive and extremely dangerous for youth (and some adults) who do not use it sparingly and who do not exercise restraint or precaution when sharing content that is not suitable or appropriate for an open forum.  Germany Kent
  360. Social media has liberated people in such a way that many now consider themselves as promoters, advertisers and publicity specialists, this in addition to their “normal” job. Germany Kent
  361. Social media influencers have secret identities. Arif Naseem
  362. Social media is a boon for businessmen, curse for kids. Amit Kalantri
  363. Social media is a contact sport. Margaret Molloy
  364. Social media is a mirror image of our present lifestyle. You are surrounded by dozens of ‘Friends’, yet you cannot count on a single soul. Kanika Saini, The Day I Met Him
  365. Social media is a race in virtual crowd. Have you been lost or found yourself lately? Suyasha Subedi
  366. Social media is about sociology and psychology more than technology. Brian Solis
  367. Social Media is about the people! Not about your business. Provide for the people and the people will provide for you. Matt Goulart
  368. Social media is about the people! Not about your business. Provide for the people and the people will provide you. Matt Goulart
  369. Social media is addictive precisely because it gives us something which the real world lacks: it gives us immediacy, direction, a sense of clarity and value as an individual. David Amerland, The Social Media Mind: How social media how social media is changing business, politics and science and helps create a new world order.
  370. Social media is changing the way we communicate and the way we are perceived, both positively and negatively. Every time you post a photo or update your status, you are contributing to your own digital footprints and personal brand. Amy Jo Martin
  371. Social media is designed for our brains. It interfaces with the parts of the human brain that regulate our sense of belonging and social approval. It rewards our dopamine system and encourages us to seek more rewards by connecting, engaging, and sharing online. Sinan Aral
  372. Social media is here. It’s not going away; not a passing fad. Be where your customers are: in social media.“ — Lori Ruff
  373. Social media is just a buzzword until you come up with a plan.
  374. Social media is not a media. The key is to listen, engage, and build relationships. David Alston
  375. Social media is not just a spoke on the wheel of marketing. It’s becoming the way entire bicycles are built. Ryan Lilly
  376. Social media is not just an activity; it is an investment of valuable time and resources. Surround yourself with people who not just support you and stay with you, but inform your thinking about ways to WOW your online presence Sean Gardner
  377. Social media is not just an activity; it is an investment of valuable time and resources. Surround yourself with people who not just support you and stay with you, but inform your thinking about ways to WOW your online presence. Sean Gardner
  378. Social media is not your diary. Germany Kent
  379. Social media is supersonic, Flickering Light, double-edged, and wireless transmission to a massive population across the globe. It will fight for injustice, peak the reputation, and sometimes sabotage the hallmark, and connect millions without the tariff. Ebinezar Gnanasekaran
  380. Social media is supersonic, Flickering Light, double-edged, and wireless transmission to a massive population across the globe. It will fight for injustice, peak the reputation, and sometimes sabotage the hallmark, and connect millions without the tariff. Ebinezar Gnanasekaran, You Can Step Ahead to Success
  381. Social media is the “Greatest Hits” album of our lives. Marc Fienberg
  382. Social media is the ultimate equaliser. It gives a voice and a platform to anyone willing to engage. Amy Jo Martin
  383. Social media isn’t a brand strategy. Social media is a channel. While it’s important for a brand to develop something to say, it’s more important to create something that will be heard. David Brier
  384. Social media isn’t the end-all-be-all, but it offers marketers unparalleled opportunity to participate in relevant ways. It also provides a launch-pad for other marketing tactics. Social media is not an island. It’s a high-power engine on the larger marketing ship. Matt Dickman
  385. Social media not only snatches your time, but it also teaches you attention deficiency. Neeraj Agnihotri, Procrasdemon – The Artist’s Guide to Liberation From Procrastination
  386. Social media optimization matters. Without a strong SEO, it will be difficult to engage an audience and bring attention to your brand. Germany Kent
  387. Social media policies will never be able to cure stupid. Nichole Kelly
  388. Social Media puts the “public” into PR and the “market” into marketing. Chris Brogan
  389. Social media requires that business leaders start thinking like small-town shop owners. This means taking the long view and avoiding short-term benchmarks to gauge progress. It means allowing the personality, heart and soul of the people who run all levels of the business to show. And doing their utmost to shape word of mouth by treating each customer as though he or she were the most important customer in the world. Gary Vaynerchuk
  390. Social Media should not only verify if you are under age or check if you not a robot only when you use it, but It should also check sanity, if your mentally stable. Someone will post instructions, meanwhile they are not in the right state of mind, and their followers will carry those instructions out. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  391. Social Media Sites Creates illusion of connectivity . Malay Shah
  392. Social media spark a revelation that we, the people, have a voice, and through the democratization of content and ideas we can once again unite around common passions, inspire movements, and ignite change. Brian Solis
  393. Social media success formula: Content + Engagement + Conversion. Rinse. Repeat. Mari Smith
  394. Social media will help you build up loyalty of your current customers to the point that they will willingly, and for free, tell others about you. Bonnie Sainsbury
  395. Social media’s intent was to spread authentic information among people but a few motivated by their selfish motives used it to generate those flocks which easily form conjectures just on the basis of baseless accusations disseminated from unknown sources and keep on barking with profanities on others. Spriha Kant
  396. Social network complexity: People with more diversified, complex social networks have been found to be more tolerant of out-groups and more supportive of policies helpful to them. They tend to have more positive out-group experiences, share more interests with people outside their own groups, and learn more about the contributions of out-group members and the problems they face. Peter T. Coleman, The Five Percent: Finding Solutions to Seemingly Impossible Conflicts
  397. Social networking platforms drove man closer to those in neighboring continents, while driving him further apart from those in his neighborhood. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  398. Social networking platforms made it unnecessary to know people to know people. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  399. Social Networking Reality Check: After you’ve met, reunited, scheduled, confirmed, celebrated and reminisced, re-boot and remind yourself that your closest friends are probably not even on FaceBook. Life’s most intimate personal details, insecurities, conflicts and “drama” should not play out on a public website. Your discretion, dignity and self respect should not log off when you log on. Carlos Wallace
  400. Social networks are more than just repositories for trivial, snap judgments; they are more than merely convenient outlets for mindless joy and outrage. They offer more than the common ground and the solace we may find during culturally significant moments. Social networks also provide us with something of a flawed but necessary conscience, a constant reminder that commitment, compassion, and advocacy neither can nor ever should be finite.
  401. Social networks aren’t about Web sites. They’re about experiences. Mike DiLorenzo
  402. Some of the farm’s work reached a level of granularity that stunned Lyudmilla. Two trolls would go on the comments sections of small’ provincial newspapers and start chatting about the street they lived in, the weather, then caually recommend a piece about the nefarious West attacking Russia. No one who worked at the farm described themselves as trolls. Instead, they talked about their work in the passive voice (‘a piece was written’, ‘a comment was made’). Most treated the farm as if it was just another job, doing the minimum required and then clocking off. Many of them seemed pleasant enough young people, with open, pretty faces, and yet they didn’t blink when asked to smear, degrade, insult and humiliate their victims. The ease with which victims were attacked, the scale at which the farm operated, it all stunned Lyudmilla. Peter Pomerantsev, This Is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against Reality
  403. Some of us can live without a society but not without a family. Amit Kalantri
  404. Some of us we have been talking for a very long time on this things, because they were not trending then. You didn’t want to listen and you ignored us. Today they are trending, You want us to have a say on them. You want us to speak , not because you want a solution, but you want us to speak , so that you can disagree , oppose and judge us. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  405. Someone who is being gracious, kind, and passionate is more likely to achieve what they want in life than someone who is being petty, cruel, or resistant. Susan C. Young
  406. Sometimes we meet folks who appear rather plain, yet when they speak from a heart of service, love, compassion, and wisdom, they instantly become respected favorites. Susan C. Young
  407. Sponsored Updates continues to be our fastest-growing product at scale and is now the primary driver of growth for Marketing Solutions. Sponsored Updates continues to exceed our expectations given how quickly it has scaled. Steve Sordello
  408. Standing in your personal truth enables you to transcend social layers of happenstance and get to the heart of matters—revealing what is raw and real. Susan C. Young
  409. State first, subject second, statesman last. Amit Kalantri
  410. Stop looking for others to validate or verify you. You were already somebody before your social media account was created. Germany Kent
  411. Successful companies in social media function more like entertainment companies publishers, or party planners than as traditional advertisers. Erik Qualman
  412. Successful companies in social media function more like entertainment companies, publishers, or party planners than as traditional advertisers. Erik Qualman
  413. Take care of your costume and your confidence will take care of itself. Amit Kalantri
  414. Technology is great when used effectively but do not allow it to use you. Margo Vader
  415. Technology will destroy this planet mentally, if responsible individuals do not come forward to advocate for responsible use of technology. Abhijit Naskar, The Gospel of Technology
  416. Tempted to type meaningless twaddle all the time on Twitter…with alliteration, no less! E.A. Bucchianeri
    Texting is not talking and a phone is not a friend. Amit Kalantri
  417. The answer to the question how to use Social Media lies in the name itself – being social; listen and respond; humanize the brand. Anoop Raghav
  418. The apps you need to stay focused are no apps. Abhijit Naskar
  419. The Art of Being lays the foundation for your first impressions, because if you get this part wrong not much else matters. All other efforts may be diminished or wasted. Susan C. Young
  420. The beauty of social media is that it will point out your company’s flaws; the key questions is how quickly you address these flaws. Erik Qualmann
  421. The best advice for anyone trying to grow on social media is to be real and to be consistent. People will connect more with you if you stay true to yourself and who you are. Create a schedule where you have a balance of pictures and videos that people will love. Just have fun with it and don’t be afraid to take risks. Lele Pons
  422. The best way to engage honestly with the marketplace via Twitter is to never use the words ‘engage,’ ‘honestly,’ or ‘marketplace.’ Jeffrey Zeldman
  423. The big issue with newspapers is not with the smell, the touch, the feel, or any other sensations—or the lack thereof. If one has a news- paper fetish, they can easily keep several newspaper issues on their nightstand, or when the press finally truly goes extinct, they can have it here just for themselves so that they can smell it, touch it, and feel it as much as they like. The big issue with newspapers is that there is no one to fund them anymore. Nobody can support them and bear the costs in the new environment of public communications revolutionized by online media and even further by social media. Maxim Behar
  424. The challenge of being authentic for people pleasers is that we really want people to like and accept us. Being vulnerable, however, requires that we come to terms with the fact that not everyone is going to like us, and that it is okay. Not everyone needs to like us. Susan C. Young
  425. The days of the pushy salesmen and self-serving narcissists are over. That type of behavior quickly alienates and pushes people away because it offends and can’t be trusted. Susan C. Young
  426. The decision is your own voice, an opinion is the echo of someone else’s voice. Amit Kalantri
  427. The digital innovation that set out to connect people, has slowly started to tear those people apart both from within and without. Abhijit Naskar, The Gospel of Technology
  428. The discovery that making great first impressions can be a learned skill helped me to understand that we can and do have power over how we affect and impact others and on how well we are received in this world. Susan C. Young
  429. The display, which was called ‘Can Democracy Survive the Internet?’ was dedicated to a ‘global election management’ company called Cambridge Analytica. Cambridge Analytica claimed to have gathered 5,000 data points on every American voter online: what you liked and what you shared on social media; how and where you shopped; who your friends were… They claimed to be able to take this imprint of your online self, use it to understand your deepest drives and desires, and then draw on that analysis to change your voting behaviour. The boast seemed to be backed up by success: Cambridge Analytica had worked on the victorious American presidential campaign of Donald Trump; it had also run successful campaigns for US Senator Ted Cruz (twice); and others all across Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America. Peter Pomerantsev, This Is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against Reality
  430. The first rule of social media is that everything changes all the time. What won’t change is the community’s desire to network. Kami Huyse
  431. The focus of social media’s business model must shift from content engagement to content quality. Abhijit Naskar
  432. The freedom of speech is the mother of all those freedoms in the modern democracy. This freedom has completely conquered the new communication technologies. It has also, to a great extent, influenced the dynamic development of this marvelous and ever less predictable industry still known by the name of “public relаtions” (though probably not for long). Maxim Behar
  433. The goal of social media is to turn customers into your personal evangelist. Shane Barker
  434. The highlights you see on social media is not real life. Everyone you know faces their own challenges and struggles. Nobody’s life is perfect, so it’s pointless to compare or judge. Instead, be kind to yourself and others as often as you can. Anthon St. Maarten
  435. The idea of Twitter started with me working in dispatch since I was 15 years old, where taxi cabs or firetrucks would broadcast where they were and what they were doing. Jack Dorsey
  436. The information age is converting a human from loving to logical and replacing his peace with the pain. Amit Kalantri
  437. The information superhighway is littered with so much roadkill. Andy Seven, Iron Curtain Baby
  438. The internet and online communication is the window into your world – but real life, in person communication / connection is the door. Rasheed Ogunlaru
  439. The internet in general and social networking sites in particular are making people more reclusive than social.
  440. The internet is a dangerous place. If you are not careful it will consume you and rob you of your happiness. It can make you angry, jealous, hostile, bitter and lead to the eventual loss of enthusiasm for living your best life. Be wary and avoid overconsumption. Germany Kent
  441. The job of feets is walking, but their hobby is dancing. Amit Kalantri
  442. The landscape of human emotion is ominously changing. The visceral sensation of loneliness and solitude is no longer as palpable and intellectually profound as it was a couple of decades ago because technology has already relieved us, as much as possible, from the burden of any emotional and existential isolation. The intense feeling of being nostalgic or being alone, for instance, is receding from the human emotion because we can now communicate with live video and send messages through any social media to a distant friend or loved one. Consequently, the exponential progress of technology is altering the phenomenological experience of human sensation, robbing us of our ability to get in touch with our humanity and reflect upon the triumphs and madness of our techno-society. Ironically, in our obstinate desire to humanize robots and Artificial Intelligence, our individual existence is, in turn, being digitized and robotized by our own technological inventions. Horribilis! (Danny Castillones Sillada, The Alienation of Solitude and Sorrow) Danny Castillones Sillada
  443. The longer a person’s twitter @username is, the harder it is to argue with them … on twitter. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  444. The minute you start saying something – “Ah, how beautiful! We must photograph it!” – you are already close to the view of the person who thinks that everything that is not photographed is lost, as if it had never existed, and that therefore, in order really to live, you must photograph as much as you can, and to photograph as much as you can you must either live in the most photographable way possible or else consider photographable every moment of your life. The first course leads to stupidity, the second is madness. Italo Calvino, Difficult Loves
  445. The more passionate and argumentative I get the more followers and friends I make online. Tasha Turner
  446. The more positively centered and grounded you are in your authentic being, the more people may be drawn to you. Susan C. Young
  447. The more screen-time you consume on your device, the more revenue can the big tech make. So, your health, your wellbeing, your sanity and serenity are nowhere closer to their priorities. That’s why, your health is in your hands, your serenity is in your hands, your sanity is in your hands. Abhijit Naskar
  448. The most successful marketer becomes part of the lives of their followers. They follow back. They wish happy birthday. They handle problems their customers have with products or service. They grow their businesses and brands by involving themselves in their own communities. Marsha Collier
  449. The next time you hear a social media myth, question it. Ask for the proof and ask out loud.“ — Dan Zarrella
  450. The number 8 is well-rounded, circular, continuous, consistent, connected—and eternal. These are the same outcomes you can create and enjoy when you turn a positive first impression into a constructive and lasting one. Susan C. Young
  451. The ones I love must never take a back seat to those I “like. Wendy Speake
  452. The only hope for social networking sites from a business point of view is for a magic formula to appear in which some method of violating privacy and dignity becomes acceptable. Jaron Lanier, You Are Not a Gadget
  453. The only thing worse than a social networking junkie who breaks out in a cold sweat if she hasn’t updated her page in the past 10 seconds is the person (usually it’s a guy) who proudly refuses to join Facebook. You know, that same d-bag who held out on getting a cell phone until, like, 2002. Andrea Lavinthal
  454. The only thing worse than a social networking junkie who breaks out in a cold sweat if she hasn’t updated her page in the past ten seconds is the person (usually it’s a guy) who proudly refuses to join Facebook. You know, that same d-bag who held out on getting a cell phone until, like, 2002. Andrea Lavinthal, Your So-Called Life: A Guide to Boys, Body Issues, and Other Big-Girl Drama You Thought You Would Have Figured Out by Now
  455. The people who have been known as PR experts—and still go by that title—have now turned into a combina- tion of publishers, reporters, and editors. We are publishers because we own media. We control the social media profiles and pages of our clients. We have their blogs and their websites.
  456. The PR environment has been changing like a taximeter on a high-speed highway, and I could hardly fix the price—not the finan- cial one, but the creative and the communications one. It had been changing literally every week, day, and hour. Maxim Behar
  457. The purpose of a camera is to capture memories, not replace them. Abhijit Naskar
  458. The purpose of a profession is to fulfil the personal wishes of a prospect. Amit Kalantri
  459. The qualities that make Twitter seem insane and half-baked are what makes it so powerful. Jonathan Zittrain
  460. The real reason the number of things that are shared via social media every single minute is so astronomical is because, whenever they each do, most users do not share or say something because they believe they have something worth remembering; they do mainly or only because they fear being forgotten. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  461. The society is getting addicted to technology, especially social media, quite like one gets addicted to cocaine or pot. And it all works through the neurochemical process of reward and punishment. And furthermore, when a whole world starts functioning driven by this petty instinctual process of reward and punishment, things in existence begin to get really messed up, like it has already started. Abhijit Naskar
  462. The success of social media companies largely depends on our failure not to spend too much time on their platforms. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  463. The updated version of Descartes’s Cogito is ‘I am seen, therefore I am’ – and that the more people who see me, the more I am… Zygmunt Bauman
  464. The value of being connected and transparent is so high that the roadbumps of privacy issues are much lower in actual experience than people’s fears. Reid Hoffman
  465. The way you treat your users or customers, and how you personally present yourself through social media, is a way to differentiate yourself from your competitors. Alexis Ohanian
  466. The web and its technologies are digital representations of everything we did before in a more private, bigger, faster and more empowering format than ever before. David Amerland
  467. The wisest use social media. The others are being used by social media. Stay alert. Maxime Lagacé
  468. The world needs more love and Twitter just figured out a way to send ‘hearts all over the world’. Germany Kent
  469. There are many things of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  470. There are no magic wands, no hidden tracks, and no secret handshakes that can bring you immediate success, but with time, energy and determination you can get there. Darren Rowse
  471. There are no secrets anymore. Vampires can’t come into your house unless you invite them. Posting online is like leaving your front door open and telling any creature of the night it can enter. Victor LaValle, The Changeling
  472. There are times when making a great first impression is essential and you need to do everything in your power to be diligent, deliberate, and dedicated to making the connection count. Susan C. Young
  473. There is a reason that the words natural, wholesome, and organic resonate throughout our culture today. Aim to be natural and truly who you are one-hundred percent of the time. Susan C. Young
  474. There is no greater predictor of human well-being than the amount of social time we spend with one another. Tom Rath, Life’s Great Question: Discover How You Contribute To The World
  475. There is too much negativity in the world. Do your best to make sure you aren’t contributing to it. Germany Kent
  476. There seems to be a direct correlation between the spike in suicides by young people and the increase in cyberbullying amongst young people. Germany Kent
  477. There’s no room for hate and violence in this world. We must learn to be more kind, compassionate, empathetic, and sympathetic to humanity. Germany Kent
  478. There’s the good and the bad aspects to social media. What I do find great is how much social media has changed businesses and the way they structure their marketing. Danielle Louise Moinet
  479. These days the need for brands to be authentic is more important than ever because of the rise of social media. Kim Garst
  480. These days, in the world of apps and social media and … idiot friends, it is literally impossible to avoid spoilers. If a character dies, it is gonna be the number one trending topic on Twitter, it is gonna be the top trending story on Facebook — and Reddit and Tumblr just turn into a completely uncensored memorial service of memes. This happens all the time with sports results, but — I shit you not — I once got a notification from the BBC News app saying that a character in a show I was watching had just died! I thought that news notifications are supposed to be for impending natural disasters, not for just ruining my bloody afternoon. Dan Howell
  481. These days, in the world of apps and social media and… idiot friends, it is literally impossible to avoid spoilers. If a character dies, it is gonna be the number one trending topic on Twitter, it is gonna be the top trending story on Facebook – and Reddit and Tumblr just turn into a completely uncensored memorial service of memes. This happens all the time with sports results, but – I shit you not – I once got a notification from the BBC News app saying that a character in a show I was watching had just died! I thought that news notifications are supposed to be for impending natural disasters, not just for ruining my bloody afternoon. Dan Howell
  482. Things changed when my phone outsmarted me. Once Facebook had a permanent place in my pocket, it became a permanent portal—able to transport me away from my family. Even if we were physically in the same room, I wasn’t necessarily there with them. Facebook was no longer simply a naptime vacation but an all-day form of escapism. Wendy Speake
  483. Think about what people are doing on Facebook today. They’re keeping up with their friends and family, but they’re also building an image and identity for themselves, which in a sense is their brand. They’re connecting with the audience that they want to connect to. It’s almost a disadvantage if you’re not on it now. Mark Zuckerberg
  484. Think before you click. If people do not know you personally and if they cannot see you as you type, what you post online can be taken out of context if you are not careful in the way your message is delivered. Germany Kent
  485. Think like a publisher, not a marketer. David Meerman Scott
  486. This day and time, in order to reach your target audience, you must strengthen your digital presence. Germany Kent
  487. This is what made the difference, they used social networking for entertainment and I used it for business. Amit Kalantri
  488. This is what you do now to give your day topography–scan the boxes, read the news, see the chain of your friends reporting about themselves, take the 140-character expository bursts and sift through for the information you need. It’s a highly deceptive world, one that constantly asks you to comment but doesn’t really care what you have to say. The illusion of participation can sometimes lead to participation. But more often than not, it only leads to more illusion, dressed in the guise of reality. David Levithan
  489. Thou shalt not follow someone, merely because they are following you. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  490. Thou shalt not think that thou be a leader, merely because thee be having more than 0 followers. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  491. Thou shalt not tweet to be retweeted. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  492. Thou shalt not unfollow someone, merely because they stopped following you. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  493. Thou shalt not use the 140 characters limit as an excuse for bad grammar and/or incorrect spelling. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  494. Throughout your life, thousands of people will cross your path. Some you will remember fondly. Some you will remember negatively. Others will slip by unnoticed, perhaps because they were neutral, unengaged or, quite frankly, unimpressive. Susan C. Young
  495. To ‘up your game’ means, simply, to make the effort to improve what you are doing—to amplify, boost, or strengthen your talents or performance. Susan C. Young
  496. To a farmer dirt is not a waste, it is wealth. Amit Kalantri
    To a man with an internet connection, every thought and every movement sounds like a tweet or status update. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  497. To gain more control of your life stop focusing on the drama of other people which may include unfollowing some people both on and offline. Germany Kent
  498. To leave a man’s ego bigger, retweet him. To leave his faculty of reasoning better, challenge his tweet. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  499. To solve the problems created by social media platforms, many politicians are now giving the call to break up big tech. Empowered by their own limited understanding of the matter and blinded by their own biases, their brain has made them believe that impeding the growth of big tech companies will magically give power back to the people. Here they act just like another kind of anti-intellectuals, who can’t even perceive the real problem, so they think of breaking up the companies as the ultimate solution. The real problem here is the psychological inability of the human population to use the platforms in a healthy manner. Abhijit Naskar, Mission Reality
  500. Today it is cheaper to start a business than tomorrow. Amit Kalantri
  501. Today people don’t trust companies. One of the things marketers want to do is to humanize their brand. What better way to do it than put a live person in front of them? Jackie Huba
  502. Today, spend a little time cultivating relationships offline. Never forget that everybody isn’t on social media. Germany Kent
  503. Today’s humans do not need terrorists to disrupt peace in the world – they are doing it themselves quite well. Abhijit Naskar
  504. Too many brands treat social media as a one way, broadcast channel, rather than a two-way dialogue through which emotional storytelling can be transferred. Simon Mainwaring
  505. Too often too much social media and the latest internet trends drain us and erode us of creativity, drive, peace of mind and sense of purpose.  Germany Kent
  506. Transparency may be the most disruptive and far-reaching innovation to come out of social media. Paul Gillin
  507. Treat your entire audience with the same level of care. Cendrine Marrouat
  508. Treat your entire audience with the same level of care. Cendrine Marrouat, The Little Big eBook on Social Media Audiences: Build Yours, Keep It, and Win
  509. Trust is a notoriously vulnerable good, easily wounded and not at all easily healed. Trust is not always a good, to be preserved. There must be some worthwhile enterprise in which the trusting and trusted parties are involved, some good bread being kneaded, for trust to be a good thing. If the enterprise is evil, a producer of poisons, then the trust that improves its workings will also be evil, and decent people will want to destroy, not to protect, that form of trust. A death squad may consist of wholly trustworthy and, for a while at least, sensibly trusting coworkers. So the first thing to be checked, if our trust is to become self-conscious, is the nature of the enterprise whose workings are smoothed by merited trust. Annette Baier
  510. Trustworthy content has a balanced point of view. It asks and answers the right questions. It doesn’t love itself. It tries to inform and educate. Steve Farnsworth
  511. Turn off all notifications on your phone, except the most important ones. And check your social media only once or twice a day, not every minute. If you can do this, then perhaps there is a possibility, that society will not completely lose its sanity and health after all. Abhijit Naskar
  512. Tweet others the way you want to be tweeted. Germany Kent, You Are What You Tweet: Harness the Power of Twitter to Create a Happier, Healthier Life
  513. Tweet others the way you want to want to be tweeted. Germany Kent
  514. Tweets about the mundane aspects of your life contain something that is vitally important to gaining followers and taking part in discussions: Authenticity. Ian Lamont, Twitter In 30 Minutes: How to connect with interesting people, write great tweets, and find information that’s relevant to you.
  515. Twitter gives people an illusionary sense of leadership. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  516. Twitter has become many users “Two Minutes of Hate” platform. Sad. Michael P. Naughton
  517. Twitter is a great place to tell the world what you’re thinking before you’ve had a chance to think about it. Chris Pirillo
  518. Twitter is a vessel that we can use to share #positivity to others through our timeline one tweet at a time. Germany Kent
  519. Twitter is not a technology, it’s a conversation – and it’s happening with or without you. Charlene Li
  520. Twitter is not just for Journalists. You don’t have to be a writer to Tweet. Germany Kent
  521. Twitter is not just for Journalists. You don’t have to be a writer to Tweet.[Social Media] Germany Kent
  522. Unmoderated content consumption is as dangerous as the consumption of sewage water. Abhijit Naskar
  523. Use social events, social networks and every get-together at work to build a stronger brand YOU! Abhishek Ratna, No Parking. No Halt. Success Non Stop!
  524. Use social media for good and lift others up, not tear them down. Stay on the high road. Keep your peace. Germany Kent
  525. Visibility without Value is Vanity. Bernard Kelvin Clive
  526. Walking in alignment with your integrity will help you stay on the right track. Susan C. Young
  527. We all have things in common, social network make it globalized. Sam Houssami
  528. We all make mistakes. But social media can frame those mistakes and display them infinitely.
  529. We and others have done a bunch of work to show that if your real friends online say or do something, it affects you. But if your online acquaintances online say or do something, it does not. People, on average, have about 106 Facebook friends, but only five or six real friends. Nicholas A. Christakis
  530. We are continuously challenged to discover new works of culture—and, in the process, we don’t allow any one of them to assume a weight in our minds. Alain de Botton
  531. We are damaging the world more with our mobiles than our forefathers did with their musket. Amit Kalantri
  532. We are each a work in progress—special and unique. By learning and living the “Art of First Impressions,” you can design a masterpiece of which you can be proud. Susan C. Young
  533. We are editors because that content has got to be created, designed, arranged, structured, and presented in the best way pos- sible so that it can be convincing, attention-grabbing, and—most important—efficient. Maxim Behar
  534. We are reporters because we have to fill up all those media chan- nels with relevant content.
  535. We crave real people and are delighted when we find them. Susan C. Young
  536. We discovered that if your friend’s friend’s friend gained weight, you gained weight. We discovered that if your friend’s friend’s friend stopped smoking, you stopped smoking. And we discovered that if your friend’s friend’s friend became happy, you became happy. Nicholas A. Christakis
  537. We do need these two words, “public” and “relations”—and, of course, those words are still extremely important.
  538. We do need these two words, “public” and “relations”—and, of course, those words are still extremely important. However, those 3 billion people who are social media users are all dealing with “relations,” and everything has become “public”! With social media, everything has been “public” for quite a while now; there is nothing “nonpublic” anymore. Maxim Behar
  539. We don’t have a choice on whether we do social media, the question is how well we do it. Erik Qualman
  540. We have begun to live in a world, where we eat content, drink content and breathe content, without giving a single thought to its composition and what kind of impact it has upon our lives. Abhijit Naskar
  541. We have learned about some people from their social media feeds way more than their families have learned from years of living with them. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  542. We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. Pierre Omidyar
  543. We met at a local restaurant. She tweeted from her Smartphone ,”Socializing is so liberating compared to being hung on Social media all the time. I liked her tweet and asked for the Bill. Ketan Waghmare
  544. We struggle to interact with those we love, because we’re chasing after those we “like.” Wendy Speake
  545. We’ve all met people who are beautiful on the outside, however, when they open their mouths to speak, they have nothing of substance to contribute. Susan C. Young
  546. We’re living at a time when attention is the new currency. Those who insert themselves into as many channels as possible look set to capture the most value. Pete Cashmore
  547. Wearing a mask can thus be a strange thing: sometimes, more often than we tend to believe, there is more truth in the mask that in what we assume to be our “real self. Slavoj Žižek
  548. What are Facebook and other social media but adverts for how we’d like to be seen? John Yorke, Into the Woods: A Five Act Journey Into Story
  549. What businesses really need is to build connections that last, connections that transcend a single product or marketing campaign, connections that span an extended period. Kim Garst
  550. What can you do, beginning TODAY, to be the one who makes your mark and leaves others in awe? Susan C. Young
  551. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas; what happens on Twitter stay on Google forever! Jure Klepic
  552. What impresses you when you meet someone new? What is it about some people that makes you remember them for the rest of your life, even though your interaction lasted only a few moments? Susan C. Young
  553. What is it that is so interesting about what’s happening everywhere else but where you are? Eric Overby, Senses
  554. What luck has gave you will probably leave you. Amit Kalantri
  555. What makes life sad and difficult these days is that you are not allowed to make mistakes. If you do, you will be laughed,mocked, ridiculed, humiliated and persecuted publicly. They will judge you on the mistakes you made. To make it even worse is that no one is willing to teach you or to correct you from your mistakes to make them right. So chances are .You will repeat the same mistakes again. De philosopher DJ Kyos
  556. What social-media really becomes after years of use is a constant stream of information both verbal and visual that at first drenches the mind, quenching its thirst for knowledge, and subduing its curiosity slowly but surly transforms into a torrent that renders the brain heavy and the mind restless. Aysha Taryam
  557. What we create online becomes part of our digital DNA, this in turns becomes part of our human DNA. Tiffany Sunday
  558. What you post online speaks VOLUME about who you really are. POST with intention. REPOST with caution. Germany Kent
  559. When creating a social media campaign, make sure you know your audience well. Liz Azyan
  560. When I first started following writers on social media, I imagined a deluge of profound quotes, writing tips and insights into the plight of wordsmiths. There was some of that. Mostly though, my timeline was taken up with their obsession with coffee: ‘I want coffee/I’m having coffee/I’ve had coffee.’ Then came photos of their favourite coffee mug/pot/shop/barista. So, if you’ve enjoyed a recently-published book, give credit to writers: the vampiric aficionados of the coffee cherry. Stewart Stafford
  561. When I hear people debate the ROI of social media? It makes me remember why so many businesses fail. Most businesses are not playing the marathon. They’re playing the sprint. They’re not worried about lifetime value and retention. They’re worried about short-term goals. Gary Vaynerchuk
  562. When I meet someone who is truly genuine, I am drawn to their personality and find them easier to approach, engage, and interact with. They have no hint of false pretense, nor do I worry about hidden agendas. Susan C. Young
  563. When I turn to my phone to cope with stress, I don’t return to my family more able to handle the stress. When I sneak away to social media, I don’t return to my husband and children more socially available. When I put my face in Facebook, rather than the Good Book, I don’t find the help I need when it’s time to face my family again. Wendy Speake
  564. When it comes to social media, it is not just enough to be on it. You need to know how to be effective with it. Alecu Vlad, Getting It: Your Social Media Guide: Learn how to build your personal brand
  565. When our children have our intention, they don’t need to get our attention. Andy Crouch explained the phenomenon this way: “An awful lot of children born in 2007 . . . have been competing with their parents’ screens their whole lives. Wendy Speake
  566. When social media becomes our native tongue, we’re left tongue-tied and socially awkward. Wendy Speake
  567. When thinking is overrated. And friends are easy to make, Check if it’s too complicated, Knowing yourself somehow… Inner peace’s not hard to take, Never lost or underestimated. Get out of social media… NOW!” Ana Claudia Antunes, ACross Tic
  568. When we are sharing stories to create bonds with other like-minded people, we want to give them social currency with the highest pass-on value we can. Jay Oatway
  569. When you give everyone a voice and give people power, the system usually ends up in a really good place. Mark Zuckerberg
  570. When you know you can do something, and you feel good about yourself, you do not have to devalue others. John Patrick Hickey, Oops! Did I Really Post That
  571. When you lose followers because of where you stand – you strengthen your tribe. Glen Gilmore
  572. When you put down your phone, it’s easier to lift up your eyes. Wendy Speake
  573. When you say it, it’s marketing. When they say it, it’s social proof. Andy Crestodina
  574. When you tell people the truth, they are not ready to hear. They overlook what you say, and they look at you personally, trying to find the mistakes you did. So they can question your behavior to ignore the truth. De_philosopher_DJKyos
  575. When you were making excuses someone else was making enterprise. Amit Kalantri
  576. When you’ve got 5 minutes to fill, Twitter is a great way to fill 35 minutes. Matt Cutts
  577. When your heart is heavy, sometimes it’s just easier to retweet the words of another person who seems to know exactly how you feel. Germany Kent
  578. When your LinkedIn Profile doesn’t sync with your Facebook persona, you are on a verge of sinking your brand. Bernard Kelvin Clive
  579. Whether a first impression is made by way of a mere glance, a warm smile, a visit to your website, your poise and speech, or a formal introduction, it sets the stage for your relationships, personally and professionally. Susan C. Young
  580. While our discourse has been shrouded in sensational hysteria, the three primary stakeholders at the center of the controversy—the platforms, the politicians, and the people—have all been pointing their fingers at each other. Social media platforms blame our ills on a lack of regulation. Governments blame the platforms for turning a blind eye to the weaponization of their technology. And the people blame their governments and the platforms for inaction. But the truth is, we’ve all been asleep at the switch. In the end, each of us must take responsibility for the part we are playing in the Hype Machine’s current direction. Sinan Aral
  581. While our smart devices offer us an easy way to nd anything in the world, they can also be a distraction from the things that can’t be found with a Google search. Wendy Speake, The 40-Day Social Media Fast: Exchange Your Online Distractions for Real-Life Devotion
  582. While paying attention to positive and negative feedback is very important, it is not enough. What also matters is acknowledging and responding to this feedback. This is how you nurture your relationship with your audience. Cendrine Marrouat, The Little Big eBook on Social Media Audiences: Build Yours, Keep It, and Win
  583. While there is something genuinely sweet about capturing special life moments and sharing them with friends and family on social media, there is a balance. It’s fun to share and be social, but not to the detriment of sacrificing our own personal experience of the extraordinary moments of our lives. The bliss and ecstasy of truly experiencing a moment—of experiencing God in a moment—will stay with us for a lifetime. The brief, fleeting elation of being more concerned with capturing the moment with our camera or video, so that we can post it to social media will probably stay with us for a day, maybe two. It isn’t possible to experience the moments of life and receive their many precious gifts, if we are only “partially present” in them. Once every glorious moment of our lives is gone, it’s gone forever. We can’t hit the “undo” or “back” button and try to relive them again. We may get to re-experience “the recorded moment” on social media, but that version will never hold the same beauty, truth and gifts—God, spirit—as the actual one—the ecstatic, blissful moment that just passed us by. Valerie Rickel
  584. Why are we so addicted to social media? Because, our limbic system is craving for rewards, pleasure, acceptance and expansion through mind. Saurabh Sharma
  585. Why are we trying to measure social media like a traditional channel anyway? Social media touches every facet of business and is more an extension of good business ethics. Erik Qualman
  586. Why are we trying to measure social media like a traditional channel, anyway? Social media touches every facet of business and is more an extension of good business ethics. Erik Qualmann, author and motivational Speaker
  587. Why did I think that the mask was a better portrayal than my authentic self? We can get hidden under layers of illusion, can’t we? Susan C. Young
  588. Why is a first impression so important?” Because these brief seconds can be the make-or-break, live-or-die, or yes-or-no basis for building rapport, earning trust, winning friends, or making the sale. Susan C. Young
  589. Why is networking not working? My answer is simple. Many business owners don’t have a system in place to leverage their networking. Their time, effort and money spirals down the drain because they lack follow up. Instead of returning to your office, checking the email, and losing that business card in a graveyard box of business cards, continue connecting with your new acquaintance. One basic tip: Connect on social media within two days of meeting them. Personalize your message to them reminding them where you met. When you add this step, watch as your network expands exponentially. Lisa Mininni
  590. Why would you be anything other than your unique and best self? Susan C. Young
  591. With discipline, you can lose weight, you can excel in work, you can win the war. Amit Kalantri
  592. With each tweet, post, share and comment, we are building and adding to our digital iceberg. Tiffany Sunday
  593. With social media so prevalent we are all EXTREMELY visible. Your prospective clients, your peers and your competition can drill as deep as they wish searching, reading and gathering information online about you and posted by you without you ever knowing who’s searching. Depending on what they find, your prospects may choose to do business with you or not. Mari Smith
  594. With social media, everything has been “public” for quite a while now; there is nothing “nonpublic” anymore. Maxim Behar
  595. With the explosion of technology over the last 15+ years, we are in the process of a complete paradigm shift in regards to how we communicate in our marketing, public relations and advertising. Social Media has forever changed the way businesses and customers communicate and the beauty of it is that, through your channels, you can reach your audience directly and at lightning speed. Social Media has also changed the way customers make their buying decisions. Pinterest, Google+, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook, have made it easy to find and connect with others who share similar interests, to read product reviews and to connect with potential clients. Within these networks there is an amazing and wide open space for your unique voice to be heard. As the web interacts with us in more personal ways and with greater portability, there is no time better than the present to engage with and rally your community. Kytka Hilmar-Jezek, Book Power: A Platform for Writing, Branding, Positioning & Publishing
  596. With the rise of social media, the level of empathy among the kids has diminished greatly, and if this continues due to our indifference, then I’m afraid, we’ll be giving rise to a planet full of sociopaths. Abhijit Naskar
  597. With the selfies, a photographer has finally found his place in a photograph. Amit Kalantri
  598. Word-of-mouth marketing isn’t about giving customers talking points, as if they were brand spokespeople. It’s about delivering an exceptional customer experience that makes customers want to recommend you. Deborah Eastman
  599. Yeah, I work with social media daily for a living. But, I don’t take it to my brain. Impressed with Jobs’ parenting. Steven Chopade
  600. Yes, content is king but excellence is his queen. Onyi Anyado
  601. Yet, at the end of the day, if TV cameras are brought under control, and the traditional media and even online media are under excessive pressure, social media cannot be controlled. This is where the true leaders of speech and communication emerge nowadays. Maxim Behar
  602. Yet, citizens who want to help empower their political values would be better off if they spent less time consuming politics as at-home amateurs and instead fell in line to help strengthen organizations and leaders. Rather than kibitzing with their social media friends, they could adopt some of the spirit of the party regulars, counting votes and building interpersonal relationships in their neighborhoods. Eitan Hersh, Politics Is for Power: How to Move Beyond Political Hobbyism, Take Action, and Make Real Change
  603. You are on the footsteps of whom you follow. As you have to be cautious when you choose your friends, you have to be cautious when you choose who to follow on social media. Asmaa Dokmak
  604. You are responsible for everything you post and everything you post will be a reflection of you. [Social Media] Germany Kent
  605. You are responsible for everything you TWEET and RETWEET. Germany Kent
  606. You are what you share. Charles Leadbeater, We Think: The Power Of Mass Creativity
  607. You are what you tweet. Alex Tew
  608. You as a brand have to be completely confident about your position, because you will get criticism. You will have a negative reaction. If you didn’t get a negative reaction, that means you’re standing neutral and you have no point of view. Who wants to participate in that? Frank Cooper
  609. You can buy attention (advertising). You can beg for attention from the media (PR). You can bug people one at a time to get attention (sales). Or you can earn attention by creating something interesting and valuable and then publishing it online for free. David Meerman Scott
  610. You can increase your opportunities and improve your outcomes by making your opening moments with people more meaningful, memorable, and successful. Susan C. Young
  611. You can never go wrong by investing in communities and the human beings within them. Pam Moore
  612. You can take the Indian out of the family, but you cannot take the family out of the Indian. Amit Kalantri
  613. You can’t tiptoe into social media. You have to jump into the pool. People have a natural fear of it. But the scary part is not being there. Your customer is already there. Dave Saunders
  614. You could say that Facebook is doing a far more effective job than religion at teaching us to ‘love thy neighbor,’ connecting us with random strangers and ‘friends’ from distant lands. Gemini Adams, The Facebook Diet: 50 Funny Signs of Facebook Addiction and Ways to Unplug with a Digital Detox
  615. You don’t need a corporation or a marketing company to brand you now: you can do it yourself. You can establish who you are with a social media following. Ray Allen
  616. You need mountains, long staircases don’t make good hikers. Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words
  617. You Need To Gauge, To Engage. Syed Sharukh
  618. You shouldn’t flaunt your cross. I think religion it’s a deeply personal thing. Do you think boobs and ass are not personal things? People consider ordinary displaying them. Bryanna Reid
  619. Your comfort zone is a place where you keep yourself in a self-illusion and nothing can grow there but your potentiality can grow only when you can think and grow out of that zone. Rashedur Ryan Rahman
  620. Your last name may not be Kardashian but I can guarantee someone is keeping up with you. Germany Kent
  621. Your LinkedIn profile must be consistent with how you portray yourself elsewhere. Not only should your official résumé match the experience you list on LinkedIn, but it also should be consistent with Twitter and public Facebook information. Melanie Pinola
  622. Your LinkedIn profile must include keywords for specific skills that match your desired job. Melanie Pinola
  623. Your LinkedIn profile should leave no room for doubt about the kind of job you’re looking for and why you’re the best person for that position. Melanie Pinola
  624. Your opinion has not been asked for. You have bad taste. Go and write your airport novels. So you have good taste and a bad attitude? Well, go and enjoy your taste of shit. Bryanna Reid
  625. Your self-worth is not dependent on your social media clout. Bernard Kelvin Clive
  626. Your success and legacy, personally and professionally, are built through the impressions you make one encounter at a time. Susan C. Young
  627. Your Twitter Profile is your business card. Germany Kent
  628. Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth Ted Rubin
  629. Your way of being impacts your happiness and outcomes—the wisdom of your choices, your confidence and courage, your self-esteem, how you are perceived and received by others, and the quality of your relationships. Susan C. Young
  630. Your way of being sets the tone for how people relate to you, behave toward you, and engage. How is it working for you? Susan C. Young

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