Influential Voices: Social Media

This month, Paul wrote about social media in honor of the re-launch of he ASQ Communities. I have to be honest – I limit my social networking for work to LinkedIn for the most part. So while I’ve accepted the requests in the community and I’ve set up my profile, 99% of my effort is really on the LinkedIn side. I’ve received Facebook requests from some of the people I’ve met through ASQ, but I only accept requests there from folks I consider to be friends, and delete the rest – my Facebook activity is about my family and my hobbies, not about networking. LinkedIn keeps me busy enough, as I moderate three groups including ASQ Women Network, and most of the time, if I need an answer to something, I look up e-mail addresses on LinkedIn and then go direct to the person I want to connect with.

How do you use social media as a quality professional?

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Fred Schenkelberg
    Aug 01, 2013 @ 08:48:32

    Hi Aimee,

    I too primarily use LInkedin. I too have an ASQ communities profile and even have played a bit with the blog capability. It’s just not vibrant enough to spend time there. Linkedin for work related stuff and Facebook for personal – I even found a use for Pinterest posting my Reliability Quote of the Day series there.

    The ASQ group on Linkedin seem vibrant and I’m sure the groups you manage are also. I understand the need for ASQ to try, yet they could be spending resources elsewhere much more effectively.

    Keep up the strong voice for quality.

    cheers,

    Fred

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