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"Welcome to the responsive web!"
Do you know your Twitter from your Facebook ? Your Google+ from your Tumblr?
Recruiting top talent has always been a challenge.
Post written by Leo Babauta .
Buyers are irrational. Predictably so. Here are three of the frameworks "anchors, bumps, and charms" they use to decide what they’ll pay for your product or services.
People love to learn by examining visual representations of data.
There is a growing fissure between what education used to be in the 20th century and what it turns out to be in the 21st century. While what students learn has remained broadly the same but the ' how ' they learn it is changing rapidly as technology advances.
As news sites get more and more personalized it's easy to get caught in the feedback loop of everyone agreeing with you. Sometimes it's nice to step outside of your box and read, or learn about something more random.
This blog has been inspired by Jan who contacted me through Twitter saying, “Would I think about doing an article on “Blogging For Dummies”.
Who can resist a colourful, thoughtful venn diagram anyway?
Mind Maps/Thinking Maps/Graphic Organizers
10 Reasons Why Your Company Needs A Strategy For Social Media What are your goals? Just because you heard what other companies are doing, that does not mean that social media works magically for you.
Over the past few years when I have discussed social media on radio shows or on panels at conferences, the topic of content curating has come up. Many people have no idea what it means and others are fascinated by the idea of designing their social media marketing strategy.
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Whenever we think of professional networking and corporate branding, the first thing that comes to mind is LinkedIn. And rightly so, with 100 million professionals following 1,9 million companies on LinkedIn, it is worth considering to grow a presence here on LinkedIn. Now the question is who follows your company on LinkedIn and why?