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Posted by Michelle Mangen on October 20, 2011 · 23 Comments It’s a fact: there are rarely enough hours in the day to get the work you need to do done. And adding social media into your marketing mix only makes it more complicated.
A few months ago I was let go from my job heading up the social media efforts for Flightster. I immediately entered panic mode and frantically searched for a job only to realize that living in Costa Rica was going to severely limit my chances of finding anything.
When Klout changed its algorithm a few weeks ago (the so-called “Kloutapocalypse”, I’m still laughing out loud about that one), it was like Armageddon was upon us.
When people think of social media in the workplace, it is normally something you stay away from. If anything, being on Facebook and Twitter at work is associated with losing your job. But what if I told you that you can actually use social media to find a job?
George Bernard Shaw, playwright and founder of London School of Economics: "I want to be thoroughly used up when I die, for the harder I work the more I live."
It took me a lot of time and effort to get to the position I have today.
This has been all over the place today, but if you’re stuck for a Halloween costume idea and have two iPad 2s lying around, here’s a great suggestion: just initiate a FaceTime call between your iPads, duct tape them to your torso, pull on a ripped hoodie and smear fake blood all over yourself. It’ll look like someone shot a cannonball right through you! Don’t like your Halloween costume to be so gory?
If you use Twitter a lot, you know that the service only lets you see so much information about yourself. Twitter displays your number of tweets, followers, and the people you’re following. Those numbers alone don’t paint a true picture of who you are on Twitter.
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Note: A guest post by Leo Widrich (Co-founder of Buffer App) – More details about Leo after the post. With recent subscribe function/ timeline feature, Facebook seem to jump right into the battle ring with Google+ .
How many times have you heard people ( including me ) rant and rave about the internet marketing benefits of great content?
October 26th, 2011 by Ash Rust Today we’re releasing a new scoring model with insights to help you understand changes in your influence.