Sunday, November 21, 2010

Seth Godin on The Power Of Tribes and Social Media (video)

When is the beginning of a new fantastic new week for you and your business. Is good take a quick look at your followers, I'm not just talking about your Twitter followers, I'm talking about your peers in social media, your customers, your leads, your blog readers, etc..


- To see if you are doing a good job keeping a strong relationship with then,

- To check if you are providing value on everything you present to them.

- Also to know if you are getting the right type of followers and fan for you and your business.

Those part of your peers are a very important part of your business, your online marketing, and your life enrichment cycle.

Are you being a great leader?

Well, I found a great video of one of my favorite marketer, Seth Godin on TED ( ) that can help you understand what I'm talking about here.

In the video Seth Godin talks about how ordinary people (like you and me) can have the power to lead groups of people founded on shared ideas and values.

He calls them 'Tribes'. Which is also the name of one of his awesome marketing books.

It's a fantastic, eye opening video.

Check it out here:

I hope you find some value in watching the presentation.

Let me know what you think? By commenting below or sending me a tweet.

Speak soon,

Luis E Galarza,
Social Media & Marketing Specialist.

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