About Deborah Anderson


Deborah comes from a corporate background, as a Chief Technology Officer and operational management, and combines that with her entrepreneurial spirit and her success as a writer and Los Angeles Jazz singer. Her educational background is in software architecture and project management. She teaches professionally, including teaching companies how to use Twitter Chats to enhance their social media campaigns.

With her SocialWebCafe.com, she is continually navigating the newer realm of Google+ Hangouts to iron out the glitches and present a platform that is workable for most businesses, as well as personal use.

You can connect with her on Google+ and follow her at @SocialWebCafe.


Posts by Deborah Anderson:


Leveraging Comments on a Google Hangout Event Page

November 5, 2015

You may be wondering what you can (and should) do with all of those comments that you are getting on your Google Hangout event page. We are going to discuss exactly that in this article. You may not realize that you have a wealth of information that you have not even tapped into yet and that information can be extremely lucrative for you. Continue reading

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Small Business and the Marketing “Kits”

March 19, 2015

There are several different “kits” that are referenced in the marketing world. Understanding what each of them is and when and if they apply to your business is helpful in understanding how they may be of benefit to your business. Continue reading

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Posted in Branding, Marketing Strategy, Online Marketing, Press Releases by 2 Comments »

Why Small Businesses Need Project Management

March 12, 2015

Project Management can be as complicated or as simple as someone wants to make it. It is a science (often classified under the category of information technology) that is often practiced by novices, as well as professionals who specialize in the science. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Practices, Business Strategies, Online Marketing, Starting a Business by 3 Comments »

The Importance of Landing Pages for Lead Generation

November 20, 2014

We know what landing pages are, but do we remember to review them or refresh them? Possibly, the idea of creating or updating the landing page(s) has slipped to the bottom of our virtual “to do” pile. If you are not using landing pages, it is time to add the creation of one (or more) to your list of things to do. Continue reading

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Posted in Lead Generation, Web Design by 15 Comments »

How Important is Trust in Your Business?

June 5, 2014

Building trust among your professional connections is absolutely critical to your success. It may take a long time to earn the trust of the other person in many cases; however, it will be well worth it in the long run because your business will flourish because of it. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Practices, Business Relationships, Online Communication, Online Reputation, Relationship Management, Reputation Management by 71 Comments »

Google Hangouts: Perspectives on Presentation

April 2, 2013

When participating in Google+ Hangouts On Air, there is inevitably a part of you that shines through and is revealed to the world. The good news is that you are in control of the part of you that is presented. Continue reading

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Posted in Online Communication, Online Meetings, Social Media, Social Networking, Webinars and Web Conferences by 2 Comments »

Google Plus Hangouts On Air: Joys and Frustrations

November 17, 2012

Google+ Hangouts On Air are becoming more and more popular and are also a powerful business tool, which can be used for a wide variety of purposes. They can make life fun, but understanding the limitations also helps us to more readily handle situations where Google+ seems to fail us. Continue reading

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