Hi, I'm Sandy Carter and welcome to my web site.

Here you can find links to my books, blog, biography and many ongoing projects in the world of Social Business and beyond. These are exciting times for Social Media and Social Business as well as in both my personal and professional life. This is also the place I will be posting news about speaking engagements and newest publications.

Please read and enjoy. Sandy.

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3 Core Social Business Learnings and Aha moments!

by writer on December 17, 2014

Last night I was at a holiday party, and my colleague asked me “what are you going to blog on tomorrow?”  So I told him I didn’t know but as the night went on, and he asked me questions, he received a lot of value from a few simple learnings so I thought I’d share […]


Kids Code!: The smell of pizza and the sounds of coding in Austin Texas!

December 16, 2014

Early education is so important! That’s why I blogged recently about teaching binary code to toddlers (see my video blog post at http://socialbusinesssandy.com/2014/12/08/video-blog-teaching-binary-to-toddlers-is-it-important-for-all-to-code/). And I believe we should be encouraging kids of all ages to learn how to code and create software that serves a purpose. What we learned recently is that if you combine […]

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Vblog: If there was only one (well 3!) thing to know about LinkedIn ….

December 15, 2014

Filed under: IBM, Marketing 2.0, Marketing 2.0, Social Business, social marketing, social media, Web 2.0 Tagged: IBM, linkedIN, social business, social media, social networking

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Internet of Things The Foundation of Success!

December 12, 2014

This blog is my third on Internet of Things. I began by discussing how the IOT is both like, and unlike, the Internet. It is critical that you focus on that which differentiates the IoT from the Internet and refineyour expertise, skills and partnerships to capitalize on those differences. Then we discussed the innovators and […]

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IBM Cloud Cool Announcements for the Ecosystem – including Docker ..

December 11, 2014

Filed under: bluemix, cloud, docker, IBM, Marketing 2.0, Marketing 2.0, social marketing, social media, Web 2.0 Tagged: bluemix, cloud, docker, ecosystem

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Internet of Things: Inventors and Operators

December 10, 2014

As a continuation of the Internal of Things discussion yesterday, our second key idea I’d like to discuss is that there are two basic groups of IoT use cases. One is centered around enterprises and entrepreneurs looking to invent new IoT products or services, and the other focused on those looking to optimize their operations. […]

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3 Thoughts on Internet of Things

December 9, 2014

Now, I’m no Einstein, but I do want to offer you three thoughts in the spirit of this quote. Three key ideas to keep in mind when developing or optimizing your strategy for the Internet of Things. First, the IOT is both like, and unlike, the Internet. Based on our experience across a diverse set […]

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Video Blog: Teaching binary to Toddlers! Is it important for all to Code?

December 8, 2014

Why are fewer people graduating with a technical degree (12% today vs 37% in 1984)?  Why should you care? Listen to this video blog to see how people are starting to train their kids earlier on how to code because of the upcoming importance to ALL on the power of coding! I’d love to hear […]

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As a social tool, LinkedIn is growing in Influence

December 5, 2014

I love the research from the Global Web Index and today’s aha moment was around LinkedIn.   As outlined in our GWI Social report, LinkedIn’s active user figure has increased by 50% in the las6 months. Did you know that 30% of online 16-64s have an account on LinkedIn?  And 1 in 8 have said they […]

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