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Give Thanks To Your Community

People don’t have to be your fan on Facebook.

No one really needs to follow you on Twitter.

Being on your e-mail list bugs the crap out of your community when they get a new message, but they can’t bring themselves to unsubscribe in case they miss something.

You as a brand, entrepreneur, small business, or individual need to recognize this

and say thanks.

Since us Americans always use Thanksgiving as a prompt to remember what we’re thankful for, today you can use it as a reminder to thank your community.

Then try being different.

Use the holiday as a way to map out how you can show your appreciation more often. And then show it.

Social media is about connection and relationships. Show the humanization of your brand

and say thanks.

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1 comments
LauLau81
LauLau81

Yes, that is so true. Thanksgiving is one of the well celebrated occasion in America. Giving thanks to every thing, every blessings and good health. I have enjoyed this moment with my family.