The Week in Review 1/24/14

The Mayor week in Review

With all of the shoveling this week – here are the stories that you might have missed.

On LinkedIn –

Current discussions going on –

Mark Mitchell started a discussion – “Stop speaking Corporateez to Customers”

Jeff Lewis’s 10 Easy High Impact Updates – Is this a backhanded compliment?

On Google +

Yes, another platform…

I have had my personal G+ page for awhile and never really spent much time with it…

Recently I created a business page – because nobody really knows Google’s search algorithms and a page on their social platform can’t hurt.

The Most Clicked articles –

33 Clever Small Apartment Needs

The Closet Organization Checklist

While you’re there be sure to add me to your circles so that you don’t miss a post.

On Twitter

5 Mistakes that I Have Made so that You Don’t

8 Ways to Turn Old School Marketing into Inbound Marketing 

Thanks for reading.

Enjoy your weekend!!




The Week in Review –

The Mayor week in Review

Last night while everyone was sleeping and I was watching ESPN highlights –

I thought wouldn’t it be cool if I did a weekly blog post highlighting some of the more interesting discussions, articles or posts across my different social media communities.

Here are a few things that you may have missed –

On Facebook

I typically share content on this platform that you can turn around and share with your communities.  It’s my way to help with your content creation…

The most clicked articles were –

Original use of space under stairs.

25 ways to repurpose those old toys.

Make sure to “Like” the page so that you can see the articles as soon as the come out.


On Twitter

I usually tweet social media, marketing and business articles.  Of course sprinkling in hardware posts.

My most clicked tweets of the week are –

24 social media tips for the DIY marketer.

Social media checklist for new websites and businesses.

Are we connected on Twitter?  Follow me, I’ll be sure to follow back.

On Linkedin

My Linkedin Group is Hardware Nation.  Many of the members are closet and kitchen people.  Please join and get involved in the discussions, or start one of your own.

Here is what you missed –

Interesting new product or gimmick?

A link to the new ACSP planning guide.

So there you go – my first week in review.

I’m guessing there is enough content here to keep you out of trouble this weekend – and maybe squeeze in a football game.


Let me know what you think – How was the first week in review?