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It intrigued me after reading many articles about it being the fastest growing social network, so I set out to uncover the business case for using it. Because I’m a social media marketer, and business owner, it’s important that I squeeze every bit of visibility potential out of the various networks if I’m going to spend any time there. To learn more, I enlisted a friend and pin-wild owner of the boutique Sueb.do Susan Goldberg Zimmerman to give me the guided tour. Susan was a great teacher, showing me all of the beautiful images she collected of places she wished to visit and the products she has in her store. I asked her what the business use was and she said that she looks at the images as an introduction to the person as to whether or not she wants to follow them or perhaps do business with them.
As I mentioned, my mission was to find a business case to use the network so, I had to get back on task. Some of the pointers they gave: Google+ Business Page : The First 5 Things You Should Do with It. Genesis Tutorials – Tips, Tricks, and How-tos for the Genesis Theme Framework.
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We will release the full report during the week of July 25th. Not all of the insights we learned will make it into the final report. However, I will share a few interesting findings as they come up starting with this one… The Top Marketing Sites for Social Media Marketing Trends We asked participants to share their favorite sites, blogs, and newsletters for learning the latest about social media marketing trends. 1. We also asked survey respondents about the role they play within their organization. Corporate Marketing Managers represented the largest group of individual respondents with 16%, but a three-way tie followed closely behind with participants representing Corporate Presidents/CEO’s/Principals, Directors of Marketing, and Agency Presidents/CEOs/Principals.
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For web professionals, our "About me" page can be critical in establishing a true connection with potential clients, and it can set us apart from a sea of other designers and developers. For different types of websites, keep in mind that the About page could be structured differently. For example, an About page for a blog or news site can be vastly different when compared to the same page for a portfolio website. In this collection, I’ve rounded up 30 excellent "About me" pages from the web portfolios of amazing designers, artists, illustrators, and developers. Enjoy! Toby Powell An interesting use of a cutout/silhouette sets this designer’s About page out from the crowd.
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However, on the Mac, we have to install them manually. This article tells you how. (The website installs them automatically on a PC running PC Office). This article has been updated to work around a bug in Stuffit running on Intel Macs.
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My company switched to that a year or so ago from WebEx and quite frankly I wouldn't look back. I attended an online conference using DimDim...and was not impressed at all. Tons of presenters had problems (mostly apparently due to a SNAFU involving Mac OS X 10.6 and screen sharing), clients lost audio/video randomly at times, AND the videos that were SUPPOSED to be recorded mostly received a premature one-way trip to the bit bucket in the sky.
What little wasn't completely lost from the 3 DAYS of talks, had to be painstakingly reassembled by the conference organizer. Wouldn't trust that again.