#TruthTalkLive To Snap or NOT to Snap

This is a replay of the live broadcast with Anthony Conklin, Vicki Fitch, Kara Lambert, Sarah Moore, Q, Bob King, Adam Nally, D.O., Wendy Fore, Cliff Bodenweiser “TMoB”, Moonshadow, and AllThings Networking


  1. Bob King says:

    @KBlack2595 as someone that admittedly does not own a smart phone – how would you know? that’s like taking the word of a caveman that says phones are pointless

  2. Bob King says:

    @MadH_MacLeod Understand. You stated “snapchat is pointless.” Your Blab profile and Twitter profile tell us nothing as to your background and experience and thus credibility as to your opinion. Why do you think it’s pointless? and what is your pedigree?

  3. Vicki Fitch says:

    @BlabStud I just sent a notification out and non one seems to see it. There is only 4 people signed up from last week and no one current and Johnny is registered but it doesn’t show him there either

  4. I didn’t mean to say it was pointless for others. I meant that what I do for work now I couldn’t really use because Corporate won’t let us use *any* social media. Sorry to not make that clear @subbob

  5. Bob King says:

    @AnthonyJConklin you’ll need a driver, so you can SnapChat between engagements while in Australia, once you know the when, I’ll check my calendar 🙂

  6. Ben Requena says:

    @subbob 24hrs is the minimum, but you’ll want to give yourself more time incase they do not approve it and you need to submit again. Also, popular events will only have 4-7 slots available so early bird gets the worm.

  7. Bob King says:

    @BenRequena We recently drove 2900 miles (Kansas City to NYC then Washington DC, and Back) and came back a different route. I was surprised at how few geographical areas (cities) had city filters

  8. Q says:

    TWO people can be talking about the same thing. Like television, people will want to hear it from “their person.” #Qtip

  9. Bob King says:

    @ATWNetworking If I was at head of some of these organizations (Facebook, Google, Twitter, etc) – I’d Flip Bird to EU. Say okay fine,. No more service to your area, or it’s paid only since you’re not allowing us to monetize a fucking free service

  10. Q says:

    @ATWNetworking That’s like workers freaking out while you record or photograph merchandise at department stores. you’re really promoting!

  11. Bob King says:

    @cashlifemastery Good point about Trolls. But I’ve also seen few trolls on the info only Scopes (eg like Brian Fanzo) – more trolls seem to be on casual Scopes (but I only have 1-month experience on periscope)

  12. Bob King says:

    @AnthonyJConklin She sent it to her boss, he sent it to his, and then it was sent to the President of Avis. I received an email asking if they could share it on their internal social media site

  13. Q says:

    But what better way to show how well you do your work or how awesome your customer service is?! Google Ad Words can’t do that! *boom*

  14. Bob King says:

    @ATWNetworking this email goes to your comment: “Tiffany from our new Kansas City, Kansas location forwarded me a very nice video you made that talked about the level of service you received from her. I’ve been in this business a long time, but this is the first I’ve seen a customer compliment via video.”

  15. Bob King says:

    @ATWNetworking Funny thing, I’d been Periscoping the entire trip. So it wasn’t something I though hard about, it seemed natural. We had an excellent experience, so I shared it

  16. Bob King says:

    @QtheBrand but that’s true of any tool – replace “social” with “telephone” or “email” – we can’t control what others do, only how we use it

  17. Q says:

    @subbob Sure. But, I’m not about enabling the crazy. you should check out the replay of today’s Marketing Therapy Blab.

  18. Bob King says:

    @QTheBrand in 2012-2013 I lived at a campground for nearly 18 months. Most of the other full-timers where were 70+, if not in their 80s. Several of them bought smart phones after they met Ann and me.

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  21. Q says:

    @ARounseville Awww….thank you. Wearing my robe is one of my favorite things to do…makes me so happy. I don’t get to do it often. ?

  22. Bob King says:

    newspapers have personal ads in the back, people still advertise in newspapers – people used 1-900 numbers for sex lines, other people still used telephones — so damn tired of people generalizing tools based on how SOME others use them

  23. Bob King says:

    @vicki_fitch my wife’s grandparents were depression era influenced – when we cleaned out their house in 2009 we found canned goods in the pantry that were over 80 years old

  24. Ben Requena says:

    @QtheBrand Leaving a bed unmade during the day can remove moisture from the sheets and mattress so the mites will dehydrate and eventually die. Silly study from Kingston University.

  25. Bob King says:

    @casachiesi her grandmother had not been upstairs in several years, the stairs going up were filled with boxes of magazines – it took months to clear it out

  26. @vicki_fitch In college I worked for a property management company clearing a client’s multiple houses. Hoarders Allstar. She would live in one of her 20 rentals, go to garage sales and buy the entire lot, fill her home until she had no room and would move to the next.