The final Presidential debate, the iPad Mini and Microsoft’s Surface were on top of the small business Twittersphere this week. Did anyone have anything useful to say?
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@AccionSD When an employee runs a blog, it's harder for them to leave the company as their name is attached to that community
@kathygriffin I wish they would address the Armenian threat: the Kardashians.
@toddbarry Gonna get an iPad mini & make email signature "Sent from my iPad mini. Maybe if you're cool, I'll email you from the big one next time."
@MattBors I think undecided voters will simply stay home on Nov. 6. No one unmotivated enough to figure it out could possibly get out to the polls.
@LisaBarone Getting 10 minutes to speak on "Social Media in Business" is like being asked to balance the national budget on your lunch hour
@jowyang In general, I've learned that only 5% of startups succeed. 1/20. However most entrepreneurs try multiple times till they succeed.
@BuzzFeedJack I feel like these debates are always a Mean Girls three-way phone call where one of the candidates doesn't know Israel is on the other line.
@reckless Microsoft's grand mistake with Surface appears to be assuming people still think "productivity" means "using Office."
@ToSellTraining #Trainers How often do you you pick up the phone to contact your existing clients? @JonahLuptonYou'll find it much easier to raise capital from investors if you have a beta product rather than just a business plan and a dream. @jjrambergIf a potential clients decides she does not want to work with you, don’t let this be the end of the relationship @RMangaleswaran I never understood why anyone would put work or put energy into anything just to be second best. @NeilRadenTech Industry Adds Nearly 100,000 Jobs in 1st Half of 2012. We need 10 million/yr. So hottest sector only supplying 2% that's not too good @larrywingetPeople who say they love everything about their job aren't working hard enough.
@RonaldVeltenThe 4 new C's of marketing: Client Relationship Contact data, Cross Channel and Cultural Change @fcourtTesco workforce can reach two thirds of Britain via their social networks, turning employees into brand advocates and ambassadors @simonsinekWhy are so many trying to "drive the conversation" when it is action that makes the all difference?