Articles & Presentations

Articles to become more effective

Whenever we find a good article or write one, we list it here so others can benefit. Please let us know if you have a good article to share. A good article could be on social Media, Sales, Marketing, IT and anything else that will help a company be more effective. Some organizations call these position papers, white papers or opinion papers. Also, check out  the Something Different Company Blog.


See additional Presentations at SlideShare

“The Big 5+1 of Social Media” – The Big 5 Presentation updated to include Google+ and more

“The Big 5 of Social Media” – 30 Minute PowerPoint Presentation

Selling for Non-Sales People – Selling tips for owners and developers

Social Media & Your Career – How to use Social Media to find or grow a job

The Power of Being LinkedIn – How to make the most of LinkedIn for Business

How to Properly Utilize Social Media Platforms to Enhance Business” – for DynaMAXX International

Mobile Apps

Dallas socail media speaker J.R. Atkins warns against including to many features in your App“Is Your App Idea a Large or Small Swiss Army Knife? – How many features are too many for an App

“An Early Run for Riches” from Entrepreneur  – An article about a very young business Man with his own iPhone application.

“Social Media to Mobile Apps, the Next BIG Wave” – A presentation on how Mobile Apps are the next big wave in communications by J.R. Atkins.

How to Articles

Email Etiquette for the Super Busy – by Jacelyb K. Glei, presented by BlackBerry

Keys to Higher Rankings on LinkedIn – LinkedIn Tips from David Lanners

Generation Flux -An article from Fast Company about employment, change, and how we need to acquire new skills, fast!

Speaking Documents

J.R. Atkins Biography – A short Bio & Picture for Speaking Engagements

Audio Visual Agreement Your welcome to record & share, I just ask for a copy

Mutual Nondisclosure Agreement – For when we want to discuss confidentail matters

Just for Fun

The Distractions of an on-line life – Cartoon by Stephen Pastis, Dallas Morning News