Home: Authors: Muhammad Yaqoob
Internet Marketer

Status: Member since March 24, 2009
Location: Pakistan
Articles: 57 Active Articles, resulting in 88807 views
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TRCB - Member Profile - Muhammad Yaqoob

Being a Social Media Enthusiast and a Corporate Blogger. I Consult, Speak and Write about the value of using Social Media to build communities and to make a positive contribution to the society.

Please visit my blog [NY Mafia]to know more about me.

Currently I am working as Consultant in a public sector University [UoG] for the following departments/assignments:
-Social Media and Computational Marketing
-Software Development Center & Automation
-Human Resource and Development
-Career Counseling
-Training and Developments
-Business Development
-Printing Press and Media

Prior to this I had worked with UNICEF, NICON Group, CASE, IQRA University, Pak-AIMS, and Sloan Executive Development Center.

 

 

Research spanning several decades has consistently ranked communication skills crucial for managers. Typical, managers spend 75 to 80 percent of their time engaged in some form of written or oral communication. Although often termed a “soft” skill, communication in a business organization provides the critical link between core functions.
If Facebook were a country, it would be the 8th most populated in the world, just ahead of Japan & Russia said by Mark Zuckerberg, The owner and founder of Facebook (social network).
SYMS, a discount clothing store in New York, they uses a slogan that says, "An Educated Consumer is Our Best Customer." But what the consumer hears is:
Our fears, whether they're of illness, loss, or social rejection motivate us to make wise decisions by forcing us to consider negative possibilities -- "Will I die if I don't follow this diet?" "Will my business collapse if I don't purchase this software?" "Will I be embarrassed if I don't use this deodorant?"
Take a tip from Britney Spears, the original "I did it again" girl. Britney may not know much, but she sure knows that admitting a mistake makes you trustworthy. As a matter of fact, telling people the REASON why you're doing something is one of the most powerful influencers of human behavior.
The beauty of blogging is in the eye of the beholder. There’s a lot of noise and a lot of dribble out there. There are people who are just writing to see their words on the screen. And reading blogs can be like driving down the highway and looking at billboards—none really stand out, and the next day it’s difficult to remember what you saw.
Imagine you are walking through a busy street in the busiest area of one of the biggest cities and there is a political figure followed by people, he is walking and chatting with them and waving his hand to the shopkeepers and people walking past and calling them by their names the point is how he remembers so many name.
Research and Identify where your potential customers hang out, physically and electronically. place yourself in front of them (Fish where The Fish Are)and brand your self an expert, carefully!
If you're not exploring social media networking sites as part of your direct marketing campaigns, don't worry…you're not alone.
Have you ever wished your company/employer should use the power of the internet as a marketing tool? Ever feel like your company was behind the arc?
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