We’re thrilled to launch our fully renovated InTune Communications website, and with it, this new blog. As we celebrate this milestone occasion for our business, and reflect on what we’ve accomplished since our beginning, we realize we did not get here entirely on our own.
At times it feels like we operate in a thankless economy.
Many of us are too busy to recognize quality, performance, or just a good turn in our busy work or personal lives. Many are content to stay in their bubble, and comfort themselves with their own perspectives or beliefs, vs. enlightening themselves with those of others.
Both of these trends are of course the antithesis of the positive change Social Media is bringing to our world - and why we are in business to help people harness this change. So in this first blog, we want to recognize some important players to us.
First of all, we would like to thank our valued clients.
Managing your Social Media accounts, creating strategies, coaching for professional success on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, and consulting on global Social Media campaigns has been truly rewarding every step of the way.
It has been our pleasure to serve you, and we look forward to being your continued partner for success on Social Media networks.
Secondly, we would like to extend a big thank you to CMSIntelligence Inc. for the help and flair provided to reinvent our website.
They have been great to deal with and have delivered a product that we’re proud of in terms of design, execution and functionality.
We will continue to recommend them for web development on a novel, futuristic platform, to any of our clients and contacts.
Finally, we would like to thank our friends and families for their love and support.
They have been our advocates and champions, not to mention sources of new business referrals. Not only have they put up with the constant presence of mobile devices in our hands, they’ve transformed their personal use of Social Media to new and impressive levels, retweeting and sharing our content as if it were their own. We’re grateful for their encouragement and ongoing support.