September Twenty-Third ~ God’s Daily Minute
“Let Thy mercies come also unto me, O Lord, even Thy salvation, according to Thy word. So shall have wherewith to answer him that reproacheth me: for I trust in Thy word. And take not the word of truth utterly out of my mouth; for I have hoped in Thy judgments. So shall I keep Thy law continually for ever and ever.” –Ps. 119:41-44
Our Father, Who in Heaven; Thou art also upon the earth. Thou didst stretch forth Thy hand and darkness came over the earth, Thou hast stretched it forth again and light has flooded the world. We give Thee thanks for the morning light and for the sleep and rest of the night. Grant to us this day wisdom for our problems, courage for our task, patience for our toil, strength for our burdens, and faith for our enterprises. Enable us to so spend this day that our work shall be our worship. May we be “the glory of Christ” among men, commending Him and His salvation. Enable us to so spend the day that our spiritual life shall be enriched by its experiences, and our fellow men helped by our influence. Help us to maintain a conscience void of offense toward God and man. We ask it all in Christ’s name. Amen
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Social Media And Your Company
By James Byrd, MBA
Now in most cases, whenever one might be at the stage of deciding which platform to use, and how a particular social media the platform will be used to gauge how effective that particular platform will be, the question is, will the platform hold up against the goals of the organization.
One must first look at the intended goals of the organization, or better yet, where the firm is going with its choice of social media platforms. There are three main questions to ponder whenever a firm is in the platform decision mode and that is in terms of which direction it is going with its social media goals. These questions can come in the form of how will the platform increase revenues for the company.
Next, there is the question of how will the platform lower overall marketing cost while boosting profits, and lastly, the question of how will the platform further enhance the bridge between customer and company? These would be the three questions one might want to use when building on what would be the most viable direction to take when deciding on a particular social media platform, (Sterne, 2010).
Also, there are the ideas of social optimizations, and that of content distribution, these two processes play a significant role, in part, in the processes of which platform will prove to be the most effective for an organization, given the situation. Within the confines of these two concepts, one will find the social media object. Each platform will reflect its distinct form of social media objects and quality of content distribution, that is, depending on the objects of a particular social media platform. These objects are personified by the content that is presented within that particular social media network, such as (the object) network of pictures in Flickr, objects such as videos on YouTube, an instant Tweet that is put forth on Twitter, in this case, the object would be the text message. Once again, given the goal of the organization, in order to be effective with platform choice, the goals of the organization must match the objectives of that chosen social media platform, (Solis, 2011).
Sterne, J. (2010). Social Media Metrics: How to Measure and Optimize your Marketing Investment. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Solis, B. (2011). Engage! Revised and Updated: The Complete Guide for BRANDS and BUSINESS to Build, Cultivate, and Measure Success in the New Web. (2nded.). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
“This hexagram describes your situation in terms of finding and making your way. It emphasizes that doing this step by step is the adequate way to handle it. To be in accord with the time, you are told to: tread!”
Ritsema, Rudolf; Karcher, Stephen. I Ching: The Classic Chinese Oracle of Change [The First Complete Translation with Concordance] Hardcover – Barnes and Noble. 1995