What Donald Trump and the Size of Candidates’ Flag Pins Have to do With it


The debates generated a lot of tweets this week.  Donald Trump seemed to be popular too. But in my opinion the wisest words of the week come from @FuelOnline.


#smallbiz takes center stage at debate - great to see key issues - taxes, regs, health care, deficit and debt - addressed.


I think debate performance was directly tied to size of flag pin.


This is the least funny SNL opening ever.


To put people back to work, consumers need more money to SPEND to increase #SmallBiz bottom line! Not just tax breaks! #Debate #CNNdebate

@Ruth_A_Buzzi I'm convinced this is a great country. After all, immigration is the sincerest form of flattery.


@BarackObama thinks small business owners are like Donald Trump? Shows how little he understands #smallbiz #debate


Hey Nicki - hands off Mariah! (She's a butterfly.)

@mitchjoel: Congrats to everyone at Facebook. 1 billion users. That's both a milestone and a major achievement!

@unmarketing Awesome and sporadic blog posts trump frequent and mediocre.

@technosailor The #redsox apparently represent my dating life. Go the distance and never close.


Watching Donald Trump rave about how awesome Twitter is. Suppose six years later is better than never.

@alexia Can't figure out if texting is the best or worst thing to ever happen to articulate people.


If you want to work in social media and you have a private Twitter account, you're gonna have a bad time.


I do my best proofreading after I hit send

@DanVForbesTwitter for me is professional and social. So it's "professocial"

@problogger Doing small things consistently over time can have a BIG impact

@AlfYATDThe real test of leadership is that people are following!

@gapingvoidFactoid: “Over 40 percent of the companies that were at the top of the Fortune 500 in 2000, were no longer there in 2010.”

@ValaAfsharThe very best talent is not looking for work but they're social. HR must be social to recruit the very best.


Everything is possible, but it's the job of the entrepreneur to make the possible, likely.