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Consider this Pioneer of Social Media – Her Approach is Make Friends First - Penny Power

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vyiWia7B3k&feature=channel_vide...

 

 

Like Me

http://www.youtube.com/user/PennyPower10#p/u/14/CBO1BKfK7Ts

 

 

Follow Me

http://www.youtube.com/user/PennyPower10#p/u/13/bW0o4VGfi5M

 

 

Penny Power - Profile

http://vimeo.com/27442209

 

I appreciate the ways Penny Power talks about how social media can work well with business in ways that are caring and real. She learned many lessons in the School of Hard Knocks that she shares here.

 

What she advocates is heart based and not profit driven. It is sustainable because it is due to real relationships and not endless greed. 

 

She is not openly Christian. For a few people I know that would be a deal killer. Get over it. Most current church leaders are totally out of touch with the leading edge of what is happening online. Go learn from the best and apply your lessons for the glory of God in your way.

 

I have viewed many of her online videos on You Tube. She has much wisdom to offer. 

 

She is the co-founder of Ecademyhttp://www.ecademy.com/ I have joined recently and I expect to give and receive much value in that online community.

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Comment by Clyde Taber on September 15, 2011 at 7:56pm

John, Thanks.  Your profile pic is different than the tie and collared shirt!

Clyde

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