When I worked for a trucking company in 1991, I had to type freight bills on a typewriter on NCR paper (younger folks may have to Google those terms). The bills were four to seven sheets thick because everybody and their mom got a copy.
I’ve noticed a trend lately that has me concerned with the growing popularity of Social Media: Triplicate or Quadruplicate postings.
This is the elephant in the room. In my world, often the friends we want to support the most, although enthusiastic, are some of the greater offenders in this area.
We hint, tweet out great articles, with no avail. Passive aggressive tweeting, although cathartic, results in no behavioral change.
Let me apologize now if you are offended by any of the following. However, I feel compelled to speak my mind on this subject.
I’m going to have to make a choice. There is no way I am going to follow you on Twitter, be your friend on Facebook, like your Page, connect with you on LinkedIN and follow your Company, put you in my G+ circle and +1 your Company page if all of your posts are identical.
You may think I am overreacting. However, I think I raise valid points. Read more Have it on my desk by morning, in quadruplicate