About Jonathan Cohn

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Jonathan Cohn is a student of sociology at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ. Jonathan offers a new perspective to the Blogs of CompuKol Connections because of his course of study and because of his experience and interactions with people from a sociological angle.

Besides having a passion for people, he also has a passion for music. He is a bass player and has played with several local bands in New York and New Jersey.

 

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The Influence of Psychology in Marketing

September 1, 2016

When it comes to marketing success, you can’t get anywhere at all if you don’t develop a relationship with the other person and, over time, build trust, credibility, and a perception that you are the expert in your field over time. Without the relationship, there is nowhere to go. It is important to understand here that psychology plays a significant role in your ability to succeed. Continue reading

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Posted in Internet Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Online Marketing by 1 Comment »

Using Psychology to Enhance Your Marketing Efforts

April 30, 2015

If you have been in business for any length of time at this point, you must understand that some businesses have marketing campaigns that are more effective than others. It is probably safe to assume that your marketing campaign includes some element (hopefully a strong element) of social media as well. Continue reading

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Posted in Internet Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Online Marketing, Social Media Marketing by 22 Comments »

The Sociology of Optimizing ROI for Social Marketing Success

May 3, 2014

If you have any hope of your marketing efforts paying off and bringing you a return on your investment (ROI), you will need to understand the sociology behind it and to truly understand not only what you need to do but also why you need to do it. Taking the appropriate steps and knowing why those steps are critical is essential to your professional success. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Relationships, Networking, Online Communities, Relationship Management, Social Media, Social Networking by 8 Comments »

Sociology and Social Media

October 23, 2012

When social media first became popular, its general concept was a paradigm between people (sociology) and technology. Public conversations made involvement from outside parties possible. Over time, the purpose of social media has changed. Continue reading

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Posted in Networking, Online Communities, Social Media, Social Networking by 9 Comments »

Being Mindful of Appropriateness of Online Content

January 5, 2012

You post content on a regular basis and you are sensitive to what you can and cannot appropriately post online. With that in mind, you should share your knowledge with others who are not as aware of what to do. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Practices, Content Marketing, Online Communication, Social Media, Web Content by 3 Comments »

Heredity Influences Your Approach to Social Media

December 13, 2011

When it comes to online interactions, just like any other interactions, your personality is a strong influence on your ability to be successful. Your personality, with all of its traits, is a huge influence on how others respond to you. Continue reading

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Posted in Business Relationships, Networking, Online Communication, Social Media, Social Networking by 3 Comments »

Why I Should “Like” Your Facebook Page

November 30, 2010

Businesses create Facebook pages to attract more fans who will hopefully turn into customers and to also strengthen social media interactions. What should be included in your business’s Facebook page so that people like it and you achieve your goals? Continue reading

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Posted in Business Relationships, Customer Service, Social Media, Social Networking by 10 Comments »

Technology Has Become Society’s Ice Breaker

November 4, 2010

There is a certain awkward feeling in everyone’s mind when they go to a business event. People have a fear that nothing will be gained from the meeting or that time is being wasted. Continue reading

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