This blog tracks the rise of the Accountant for the Facebook Generation: those accountants that have swapped their timesheets for Twitter - why they are doing it and how they are successful.
As for the three little pigs, security is a big issue for accounting firms.
How was January for you? Get all your tax returns filed? Or are you one of those who breathed a sigh of relief when they extended the deadline?
Some people have to kick and scream to stand out from the crowd. Some just do it. Some accountants will have to ‘learn’ about how to service the Facebook Generation – others just have what it takes instinctively.
The Great Knowledge Giveaway: everyone's getting the information they used to come to you for - for FREE and you can't do anything about it. Really? Here's a couple of ideas for what you might do.
If you ask the Managing Partner of almost any thriving accountancy practice what the single biggest challenge they face is, what do you think the answer will be?
Charting the rise of the Facebook Generation accountant, yesterday I had the pleasure of addressing the 2020 Small Firms Conference. I have found with 2020 events over the years that they tend to attract the more progressive accountants, not exclusively, but broadly speaking.
Having clicked on this blog, if you were expecting a review of the latest iPhone apps or a discussion on the need for a Twitter addiction, a SKYPE headset, multi-screens, or even a smart phone itself, then you may well be disappointed.
After my blog last week, I got lots of really nice feedback and a stack of ideas and material for future blogs - so thanks.