Tag Archives: Facebook

What’s Trending?

Good question.

Perhaps the more important question is where does every trend have its inception?

Love, beauty, experience, courage, romance, joy, meaning, hope, & connection..these are the the foundations of any and every trend.

Therefore, a trend cannot be born without the life of something that never goes out of style. Alas, may we be build our lives, families, and businesses around what is, what was, and what always will be.

There are some things that are worthy our hashtags and there are some things that are worthy of our days.

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The Stars Have Something To Disclose

Sooner or later it really doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks, believes, says, tweets, or posts.

It’s going to come down to what do you believe? Your beliefs will determine your steps, actions, and eventually your legacy.

Did you believe what you read in the skin and bones found in your mirror this morning?

None of this stuff we’re reading or following (including this blog) online is too legit to quit or at least pause for a season so we can think on our own.

Getting lost in the stars will never be replaced by being found on or in the web.

Go outside. Look up.

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Dorm Idea, Connectedness, Growth, 900,000,000 Users, IPO, Hype, & A Crystal Ball

Now that Facebook has reconnected all of us, the challenge ahead for the company is more connecting the corners of the world while becoming profitable.

Remember, the dorm room idea had nothing to with profitability – just connectedness.

No other company, other than Twitter (today), is better positioned to create more connectedness.

We need more connectedness to ideas, solutions, great (emphasis on great) products, news, etc. If Facebook can do this, $30/share will be a steal.

At 900,000,000 million users, it is safe to assume that a billion users is just around the corner. There must be a dollar to two to be made in this pool. Would you give 100 pennies a year to have access to this pool??????

Like we discussed a few days ago, the future belongs to the companies that give. This includes those that will market their products and service on Facebook. Marketing in this platform will work for the companies that listen to the conversation instead of screaming and interrupting the user’s current conversations.

Is it possible that one day you will have to log into Facebook to watch the Today Show, Gray’s Anatomy, or whatever the fad of the day is? I think so.

No one has the crystal ball, but one day I feel you will hear/see something like this: “Reporting from Palo Alto, I’m Tom Brokaw – Facebook Inc.”



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