How to get more out of Facebook ?

Image written by Kristian Kongstad Holm, One of the things we focus on most at Cloudservants is the best time to post to Twitter and Facebook. This is because we want to help you get more engagement with your audience, which is beneficial for everyone.

While the best time to post is definitely important, there are some other things to keep in mind. I had a look at what kind of updates work best for Facebook pages to increase interaction and found 7 interesting statistics that you’ll probably find useful if you’re trying to make your page more engaging.

1. Photo posts get 39 percent more interaction.

Not only do photo posts get more engagement than links, videos or text-based updates, they actually account for 93 percent of the most engaging posts on Facebook. According to Kissmetrics, photos get 53 percent more likes, 104 percent more comments and 84 percent more click-throughs on links than text-based posts. And as we’ve mentioned before, self-explanatory photos seem to perform best.

Wishpond’s data says that overall, photo posts get 120 percent more engagement than the average post, and photo albums actually get 180 percent more engagement. This was a surprising one for me, but it seems that if you have multiple images to share, you’d be better of putting them into a Facebook album than publishing separate photo posts.

Especially Buffer’s new image posting feature lets you right click any image on the web and then share it in full-size to your wall in seconds. No more downloading, uploading nightmare here.
They also have a very nice APP for iOS and Android.

2. Shorter posts ( max 160 letters can also be used on multi platforms like Twitter etc. when using buffer ) get 23 percent more interaction.

Writing shorter posts isn’t just handy on Twitter. Keeping your posts below 250 characters can get you 60 percent more engagement than you might otherwise see. You can even get up to 66 percent more engagement if you cut it down to less than 80 characters.

Either way, the result seems to be that getting to the point quickly and concisely works best. Perhaps that’s why Facebook fans like photo posts so much? ( a picture is said to be 1000 words )

Especially looking at the overall Social Media statistics for other social networks, it’s really interesting how this stacks up to other platforms.

3. Using emoticons increases comments by 33 percent

If you thought emoticons were only for teens, you might want to rethink that idea. According to this AMEX OPEN Forum infographic, emoticons can make a big difference to your engagement rates. No only do posts with emoticons get 33 percent more comments, they also get shared 33 percent more often. Even better: they get liked 57 percent more often than posts without emoticons.

Emoticons tend to add a more human side to your communications, and it seems like this comes across fairly well with users.

4. Engagement rates on Thursday and Friday are 18 percent higher

Compared to other days in the week, Buddymedia’s study found that engagement rates for Facebook are 18 percent higher on Thursdays and Fridays. As they put it, “the less people want to be at work, the more they are on Facebook!”

The study also looked at different industries, including sports, retail, automotive and healthcare, to see which days worked best in each industry. Although they did vary, most of them sat around the end of the week, from Wednesday-Friday. Apparently no industry has users that are engaged on Mondays or Tuesdays!

To find out more about the best times to post to Facebook, we’ve also written an extensive guidethat you might find useful.

5. Question posts get 100 percent more comments

If comments are the kind of interaction you’re after, questions might be the way to go. According to an infographic by Kissmetrics, they get 100 percent more comments than standard text-based posts. HubSpot shares a similar finding, although this data points out that question posts often get fewer likes and shares than other types of posts.

What I found really interesting about this stat is that HubSpot’s data also shows which question words attract more comments, with the most popular being ‘should,’ ‘would,’ ‘which,’ and ‘who.’ This makes me think that closed questions which have a very limited answer option are the highest attractors of comments. Open question words like ‘why’ and ‘how’ which make the user think more to articulate their answer sit at the bottom of this chart.

This is especially interesting an points to a stark change in marketing, turning the funnel upside down. In short: Keeping engagement high with your existing customers might be more important than trying to find new ones.

When we observe how most updates sent through Buffer perform, we found a similar pattern of greatly increased lift through questions being posted.

6. 35 percent of Facebook Fans like a page so they can participate in contests

If you’re chasing down new fans, a contest seems like a fairly good way to encourage likes. A report from earlier this year showed that 35 percent of Facebook fans liked Facebook pages specifically to compete in contests. Contests obviously solicit interaction by asking for people to enter. It turns out this can work, as ‘caption this photo’-style contests actually bring in 5.5 times more comments than regular posts.

Contest-related words like winner, win, entry, contest, enter and promotion were all more likely to engage users.

7. 42 percent of Fans like a page to get a coupon or discount

According to Socially Stacked, 42 percent of Facebook fans like a page in order to get a discount or coupon. A study by Wildfire Interactive showed that coupon-based campaigns received the highest engagement rates. Giveaways and sweepstakes came in just behind coupons as highly engaging post types.

I hope these statistics might be helpful to get your Facebook page on the right track!

Please feel free to contact us at www.Cloudservants.com

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Janteloven og middelmådighed – hvorfor?

Skrevet af Kristian Kongstad Holm
Hvorfor er Danskerne så middelmådige?
Hvorfor har vi danskere så svært ved at unde andre succes?

Man kan tolke Janteloven på tusind forskellige måder, men den symboliserer i bund og grund det samfund vi lever i i Danmark – et gråt samfund efter min mening.

Men vi er blot en del af et spil, som vi selv er med til at skabe.
Men til hvis fordel er det, hvis man ikke tror, at man er noget, ikke tror man er bedre end andre, eller ikke tror nogen bryder sig om en, hvad godt kan der komme ud af det?
Hvorfor er nyheder kun spændende hvis de er negative, ingen andre lande har nyheder som har 81% i gennemsnit negative nyheder! I USA kan de klare sig med 48%.

If you can dream it, you can do it!
Der er så få mennesker i Danmark, der virkelig står ved dem selv, og bare nyder livets eventyr, og ikke tænker på hvad mon andre tænker?
Nu har jeg selv boet i udlandet siden 2009, og hvor er det dog skønt med højt til løftet, succes er noget man bliver rost for, og noget man kan være stolt over, uden at skulle være bange for hvad andre tænker?
Da jeg boet i Danmark, tænkte jeg altid når jeg trådte ind i rum med mange mennesker, hvad mon de synes om mig?
Idag når jeg træder ind i et rum, tænker jeg mon der er nogen jeg synes godt om?

En anden ting som har ændret sig efter jeg flyttet, er opfattelsen af hvad rigdom er?
Engang var det penge, idag er rigdom for mig, oplevelser som jeg dele med dem jeg holder af, intet betydet mere for mig. Den følelse ved at give andre oplevelser, har jeg altid elsket, og da jeg drev franchise kæden BilXperten lærte jeg altid vores salgsteam, at hos os sælger vi oplevelser – ikke varer, måske det var en del af succes?
Ligeledes sagde jeg altid prøv, at giv kunderne lidt mere end de forventer, folk bliver så glade, og sådanne oplevelser gør kunderne kommer igen.

Prøv at tænke over, hvor svært vi har ved at sige ‘tak’, når vi får et kompliment. Hvorfor har vi det?
Bryd ud af mængden!
Jeg har lært af en af mine bedste venner gennem mange år, som jeg startet BilXperten sammen med, ros andre, fortæl dem hvor dygtige de er ( og gerne foran andre ), og se dem blomstrer, de begynder at tage ansvar, og sammen skaber i nye uanet succeser.

Det er da vidunderligt at få et kompliment. Et kompliment er noget vi altid vil bære med os i vores ‘selvtillids-taske’ – de fleste komplimenter er rent faktisk nogle vi husker for altid, men alligevel tænker vi så stærkt på, at folk ikke må tro vi er selvhøjetidlige, eller har lidt for meget selvtillid.
Hvorfor er der så lavt til løftet i Danmark?

Hvis man oser af selvtillid og arrogance, så fyldes befolkningen af forargelse over det. Men hvad er problemet?
Man generer da for guds skyld ingen – man er derimod et pragteksemplar i min øjne, som måske smitter andre med deres humør og selvtillid.
Men Danskerne har så lidt til overs for een, der tør tage chancer – og det er da forfærdeligt!
Måske er det også grunden til så få tør starte som iværksætter.

Andres succes skal nydes af alle. Det skal give os blod på tanden til at give den dét ekstra, og selv få opfyldt vores mål og drømme – men vi har så travlt med at dømme andre, at vi slet ikke lægger mærke til, at vores egen tid rinder ud.

Det er en vidunderlig følelse, at være stolt og tilfreds over hvad end man nu har opnået, og det er da en gave, at vi kan dele det med hinanden.
Ikke alle måder falder i alles smag, men vi må da kunne unde folk det – ellers skal spejlet nok vendes mod en selv, så vi kan reflektere over de reelle problemer, som vi selv kæmper med.
Ens opfattelse og fordømmelse afspejler udelukkende ens egne behov og problemer, og det er en skam, at vi er så få, der kan se det.

Jeg er stolt af mig selv, og synes jeg er en helt fantastisk person, der virkelig vil andre mennesker det godt – og jeg gad godt vide, hvor mange, der får ondt i numsen over den sætning!?
En af mine mottoer har altid været – behandle andre som du gerne selv vil behandles.
Men mit favorit motto er – Vindere….er tabere – som blot ikke gav op!

Godt nytår til jer alle, håber mit indlæg kan give jer inspiration til et nytårs forsæt?

Den Danske Janteloven :
Du skal ikke tro at du er noget
Du skal ikke tro du er lige så meget som os
Du skal ikke tro du er klogere end os
Du skal ikke bilde dig ind at du er bedre end os
Du skal ikke tro du ved mere end os
Du skal ikke tro du er mere end os
Du skal ikke tro at du duer til noget
Du skal ikke le ad os
Du skal ikke tro at nogen bryder sig om dig
Du skal ikke tro du kan lære os noget

Skrevet af Kristian Kongstad Holm
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#jantelov #janteloven #middelmådighed #kongstadholm #kristiankongstadholm #værstoltafdigselv #tropådigselv

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What is your online Reputation?

 What is your Online Reputation by Kristian Kongstad Holm

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  • It´s NOT just your business website!
  • Google says : “ your online identity/reputation is determined not only by what you post, but also by what others post about you, reply to a blog or social website, a status update, or just a tag on a photo”

How your online Reputation is formed?

  • Comments made about your business or you name on social media such as Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook, Google+, a Blog like Blogger or WordPress, a post on a newspapers website, Tumblr etc.
  • Images about your business or you name online like Pinterest etc.
  • Videos about your business or name on Vimeo, Youtube, Facebook, Flickr, metacalfe etc.
  • Articles and posts published online about you or your business.

Comments that others make about you online positive or negative are there to stay, and if you don´t control over your online Reputation it may show up on one of the 3 first pages on Google, Bing, Yahoo etc.

Please remember that about 80% ( www.pwc.com ) of all people or companies research online about you or you business before doing business with you or your business.

72% of those that research will not do business with you if there´s is a negative comment.

90% of internet users only look at the first page on Google (search engine results) when doing online research.

So this is a little like first impressions when you meet new people or business, within 60 sec. you will make a evaluation of the person or business you meet, 80% of this 60 sec. will stay forever in your mind only 20% can be change.

So get it right the first time when you meet people, Online or face to face!

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This is why Google+ and Facebook are so importen to you online Reputation.

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70 % trust Businesses or you if you have minimum 6-10 reviews /articles there are positive.

 

Uncovering the state of your online Reputation

 

  • The first steps is to find out what people are saying about you or your business online ( try to google it )
  • Do you have positive content and reviews past the first page?
  • If so, moving these items to the first page of Google would help your online Reputation.
  • Since more than 95% of searches online don´t go past the forst page, YOU NEED TO OWN THE FIRST PAGE, with positive reviews or quality content as your personal website, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn, 1-2 Blogs that links to positive articles or story´s about you or your business.

Finding directories in your niche

 

  • Do a Google search for your Key Word ( business or you name ) + you local city, business type etc. example Audi + 4×4.
  • Check search results and record any directories that come up in the first 3-5 pages.
  • Claim your business or name on these directories using the same info as your Google+ and Facebook page, and optimize your profile with pics, Key Words, address, description, specials etc…. but only good content!

Why claim your listings?

 

  • Gives you more citation authority. The more times your name or business, address and phone number appears on the web, the higher your listing will rank.
  • Access to new markets, Many people visit these directories who otherwise wouldn´t have been able to connect with you or your business.
  • Company contact info is accurate, ensure all the info about the company or your name is true, accurate and up to date.
  • Ability to respond to bad reviews, by claming your listing, you´ll beable to respond to people´s reviews. And by responding to these reviews, it shows that your care, and that people that write a comment can expect to get a reply, that will make them think twice about making a bad comment.
  • More opportunities to get & post reviews, the more reviews/post you have, the more content is created and SEO loves new content.
  • More content = more authority. Many others sites aggregate review/post/comments so they will appear in many others places on the internet.

Always make sure your Google+ and Facebook listing is updated first, then make sure that all the other directories have the exact same company name ( persons name ) address and phone etc.

Please remember

 

Advertising and Spam, Don´t use reviews/post for advertising or post the same or similar reviews across multiple places, don´t post fake reviews intended to boost or lower ratings, it needs to look natural in Google eyes.

If you need a good review/post, ask someone you can trust as on LinkedIn when you Endorse people, ask family and close friends to write good and honest reviews / post about you or your business.

Responding to negative reviews

 

  • Your goal in handling an upset customers or person should be threefold.
  • They turn from upset to satisfied!
  • They post positive things about you and rebut or remove their negative remarks/post
  • You learn something about your business that will improve it and help to avoid future negative reviews/post.

If the negative comments/post is true…..

  • Don´t ignore or hide
  • Participate in the discussion and be honest.
  • Add response to website and social media sites if necessary.
  • Issue statement addressing the problem, addressing what has neen done.

 

If the negative comment is false….

  • Post a professional response.
  • Politely ask for the comment or review to be removed
  • Post a response on your website, social media sites.
  • Find or create positive contant about your business and use search engine optimization to get it of the first page on Google.
  • Consult a lawyer and a Newmedia company like Cloudservants that can help you remove it faster from the first page on Google and for a small fee we will take care of you online Reputation for you. Please contact us for more information on www.cloudservants.com

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Lars Seier Christensen tør hvor andre tier!

Skrevet af Kristian Kongstad Holm, Jeg kan ikke være mere enig med Lars Seier Christensen I hans debat indlæg på facebook her til morgen. https://www.facebook.com/lars.s.christensen.716?hc_location=timeline

Jeg må erklære mig enig med Tinkov. Det er grotesk at vi med danske journalister – og kun danske journalister, ingen andre – skal bruge 75 pct af vores tid på komplet hypotetiske spekulationer om ting, der formentligt aldrig er sket, for mindst 10 år siden. Alle andre journalister interesserer sig for cykling, målsætninger, nye ryttere og sporten generelt. Men de danske journalister spørger i en uendelig litani om de samme ting som de spurgte om i sidste uge, forrige uge, sidste måned, forrige måned, sidste år og forrige år. Og de ved de får samme svar. Vi andre har vænnet os til det, vænnet os til at finde os i det. Men Oleg har svært ved at forstå det, fordi resten af verdenspressen ikke er nær så enøjede. Danske cykel journalister gør det danske publikum en stor bjørnetjeneste – og sjovt nok ved mange af dem godt. Men de har malet sig op i et hjørne som de har svært ved at komme ud af.

http://ekstrabladet.dk/sport/cykling/article2164386.ece

Sensations pressen burde kunne straffes for at bringe udokumenteret påstande samt manipuleret klip som bliver bragt ude af kontekst.

http://youtu.be/3QuodN7OW70

Nu hvor journalisterne ikke selv har etik og empati for de personer/firmaer/brands de kommer med påstande om, så husk på manden er ikke dømt ved en domstol, kun af den tredje statsmagt “sensations pressen”. Men måske skal forklaringen finds et andet sted ?

http://www.economist.com/node/7830218

Hvilken sikkerhed har en EU statsborger for at journalister kan straffes for at overtræde loven ?

Ud over pressenævnet, som jo består primært af tidligere journalister…? hvor er retssikkerheden for en fair behandling i pressen og pressenævnet ?

Loven er meget tydeligt, men hvorfor overholder pressen den så ikke, og hvorfor har det ikke konsekvenser ?

http://menneskeret.dk/arbejdsområder/retssikkerhed

Rigtigt mange har kommenteret hans indlæg, nedenstående er et par citater I sin helhed.

@Torben Lyst Og jeg siger, som jeg sagde til dig Hans-Henrik Palm; Danmark er en lille andedam, som er gennemsyret af jantelov og smålighed: Høflighed og venlighed og conduite findes der intet af; hverken blandt pressen eller på fortovet; enhver har travlt med at signalere, at “jeg viger ikke for nogen; jeg rokker mig ikke en millimeter; jeg ved bedre; og for øvrigt har jeg RET ( i hvert fald mere ret, end du har); vi er så tynget af skattebyrder og sure afgifter og et konstant og voksende krav om hele tiden at skulle bevise og retfærdiggøre den mindste handling ( og her gælder altid en omvendt bevisbyrde, som betyder at pressen altid mener sig berettiget til at stikke en mikrofon frem og lege selvbestaltet anklagemyndighed og Gud nåde og trøste den, som ikke straks er villig til at lade pressen få fuldt indblik i private eller fortrolige forhold ): Enhver, som har bedrevet en smule eller kan klare sig uden tilskud bliver mistænkeliggjort og angsten for at vise svaghed strækker sig så langt at ingen holder op med at bide, selvom knoglerne for længst har knaset og givet efter; for vi lever og ånder for – og vokser af – at tage fra hinanden i det her påtvungne velfærds- og udligningssamfund, hvor det ikke handler om at få alle hevet op; men derimod om at få alle pillet ned. Det er intet mindre end sørgeligt!

@Frederik Køie Jerner Hvor jeg eng med Torben Lyst. Det hele i Danmarks syge system er så surrealistisk, at man bliver syg (og træt) alene ved tanken. Hvis man ikke har penge eller akasse, og har en bolig som kan sælges til købsprisen eller lidt mere alt efter hvordan markedsvinden blæser, kan man få en ejdmgl (wow!) til at skrive et stykke papir med en vurdering til købsprisen. Det hele er så dybt inkompetent og godnat konstrueret i intelligente menneskers favør samtidig med, at bureaukratiet blomstrer og fri bevægelighed bremses. F.K. Jerner

http://politiken.dk/debat/profiler/engelbreth/ECE2148565/mette-frederiksens-totalitaere-kontanthjaelpskynisme/

http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parkinsons_lov

@Jesper Schou Fordi danske journalister – lidt firkantet og unuanceret sagt – er dumme, dovne og dårlige.. (som uddannet journalist synes jeg, at jeg udtaler mig med en hvis indsigt)…..

Sådan kunne jeg forsætte, men jeg vil istedet opfordre dig til at deltage I debatten omkring sensations pressen.

Kort efter Lars Seier Christensen indlæg på Facebook, skriver BT følgende :

http://www.bt.dk/cykling/saxo-bank-boss-sabler-dansk-presse-efter-dopingspoergsmaal

Lars Seier Christensen genmæle til BT,

Fordelen ved at være FB-ven med mig, er at man ikke behøver vente på BT . Og igen en fordrejning – jeg mener ikke at man kun må stille “venligtsindede spørgsmål”, hvilket jeg klart skriver i kommentarstrengen. Jeg synes bare danske journalister har en helt urimelig balance i deres dopingspørgsmål versus alle andre aspekter af cykelsporten. Det bliver meget evident, når man ser udenlandske journalister, der er langt mere varierede i deres interesse, samtidig med at de OGSÅ stiller kritiske spørgsmål, hvilket de naturligvis har lov til at gøre, og bør gøre, hvis det er berettiget. Men der er altså også en meget populær sportsgren i vækst, som indeholder utroligt meget godt, og det forsømmes desværre i dansk presse.

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Tak fordi du læst min blog, håber du vil deltage I debatten på www.kongstadholm.com og www.kongstadholm.blogspot.com hvor jeg selv blogger omkring dette emne.

Mvh.

Kristian Kongstad Holm

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Car navigation in a new way – is Pioneer on is way back in car navigation again ?

Pioneer Europe announces the release of its augmented reality NavGate head-up display (HUD) for smartphone navigation apps that attaches to the driver’s sun visor and projects traffic, navigation and other info in full colour through the windscreen, just above the horizon, allowing him to keep his eyes on the road at all times while navigating. Using a DLP projector for high contrast and deep colour saturation, Pioneer’s NavGate HUD creates what looks to the driver like a 30-inch display, sitting about 3 metres in front of him. Location information is presented as a natural part of the landscape for more intuitive driving. The NavGate HUD is compatible with the CoPilot and NNG’s iGO primo smartphone apps and displays navigation instructions, points of interest, road hazards and much more.

See the video here link to Pioneer navgate HUD video

Initially used in aviation and further developed over the years, head-up display technology contributes towards safe driving by displaying useful information in high resolution within the driver’s direct line of sight, which means he doesn’t have to take his eyes off the road to follow directions. Research has shown that a normal driver takes a whole second to read the speed indicator in the instrument panel or to look at a mobile device. Pioneer’s NavGate HUD enables more focused driving by significantly reducing the time required by the driver to process the information he sees and to refocus. Since the driver’s eyes don’t constantly have to change between close-range and remote vision, this form of display is also less tiring.
“Two essential elements for driving are having a clear view on the road and knowing where you’re going. Our NavGate HUD has been designed with both of those ideas in mind, ensuring drivers navigate without losing focus, keeping distractions to a minimum,” said Geert Verhoeven, Car Product Planning Manager at Pioneer Europe. “As it’s an aftermarket device, the NavGate HUD mounts right onto the car’s sun visor and can easily be removed for theft protection. Its competitive price-point will open up this innovative technology to a broader audience.”
All information shown on the NavGate HUD has been carefully selected for usefulness and low distraction for the greatest safety. Clear and simple instructions allow the driver to fully focus on the road ahead. Aside from showing turn-by-turn directions, the unit is able to display a clock, the current speed and speed limits, speed and red light camera warnings, the distance to the destination, as well as the estimated time of arrival. To provide better vision and reduce power consumption, the NavGate HUD incorporates light sensors which automatically adjust the brightness of the projections according to the amount of light.
Pioneer’s NavGate HUD supports various smartphones, which connect to the unit via USB. To control the NavGate HUD, the user simply has to install the CoPilot or iGO primo smartphone apps and activate the HUD function through in-app purchase. Both apps offer clear voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, which can be heard through the smartphone speaker or through a Bluetooth car stereo. Any music that’s being played through the mobile device or car speakers will be faded out before the voice starts giving directions. Even while the driver is calling or using other apps, the NavGate HUD will display the navigation instructions.
Availability
The NavGate HUD will be available from October 2013 at Pioneer car audio dealerships. For further information on pricing and availability, please contact your local Pioneer distributor.
About CoPilot
CoPilot brings dependable voice-guided GPS navigation to mobile devices. Designed as an alternative to traditional in-vehicle systems, the app provides a full range of advanced turn-by-turn guidance features, comprehensive trip planning and automotive-grade street maps stored on-board the device for offline use. Integral real-time ‘Live’ services include ActiveTraffic, Yelp, Wikipedia and Google Search to keep drivers fully informed on the road.
http://www.copilotlive.com/HUD
About iGO primo app
iGO primo app—powered by the same tried-and-trusted iGO Navigation Engine used in millions of GPS navigation devices around the world—is an on-board 3D navigation application that helps drivers get to their destination quickly, easily and safely. Its impressive range of features includes local search, calling of POIs from within the app, green routing and realistic junction views.

My review I Love It!!

Kristian Kongstad Holm

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Space saving furnitures – smart Living – part two

Kære læsere af min blog,

Jeg er vildt imponeret af disse plads besparende møbler, og måde kvadratmeter kan optimeres på, prøv at se denne nye video af en lejlighed i New York…. Helt fantastisk!!
smart Living video

I kan også se mere på disse to websteder som sælger disse møbler Clei eller i mit næste blog opslag hvor jeg vil samle en liste over alle firmaer jeg kender som tilbyder space saving furnitures.

#spacesavingfurnitures #smartliving #kristiankongstadholm #morevalueformoney

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Make you online profile stronger – reputation management – part one

Below is some tips to get a better Linkedin profile etc.

1. Complete you profile – web presentation very importen ( above the fol ) – like photo- put in all 120 letters there is passeble remember Keywords – summery keep it sort and simple ( KISS ) remember bullet points- contact info has to filed out.
2. Get as many as passeble in you network, invite all from your industri
3. Endorse as many as passeble, leave comments on there Wall about how good they are etc.
4. Build you own network/Group for you Line of industri
5. Keywords are very importen in your profile.

I can recommend you to make a http://www.brandyourself.com profile, they have a very easy guide for you to make your others online profile stronger and better like Linkedin, Facebook, About.me, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, wordpress etc.

Best regards

Kristian Kongstad Holm

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Space saving furnitures – smartliving

Optimal udnyttelse af m2. I denne video er det en lejlighed på 40m2 som er helt fantastisk udnyttet. Jeg er vildt imponeret, og har besluttet mig for at blogge om #spacesavingfurnitures, #smartliving mv. Denne tanke måde give så mange muligheder.
Specielt i storbyer, hvor m2 priser er meget høje, giver dette bare mange flere muligheden.
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Læse med på mine blogs og deltage i debatten. http://www.kongstadholm.com og http://www.kongstadholm.blogspot.com over de næste måneder. http://youtu.be/z8o0yr0Ih20

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Kristian Kongstad Holm

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