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How to Make an Infographic in Five Steps

How to Make an Infographic in Five Steps | Big Data Et Al | Scoop.it
Infographics are relatively new; new enough for the word "infographic" not to be recognized by my spellchecker.
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Pain Relief: Your Prescription for Highly Effective Online Marketing

Pain Relief: Your Prescription for  Highly Effective Online Marketing | Big Data Et Al | Scoop.it
Your readers have pain. Successful content marketers know how to expertly manipulate, talk about, and address their readers' pains and get them to take next steps. Have you jumped into the pain game yet?
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Social Media Marketing: Take Richard Branson’s Word for It

Social Media Marketing: Take Richard Branson’s Word for It | Big Data Et Al | Scoop.it
Into the social breach steps Sir Richard Branson, the clear exception to the CEO social despondency narrative. Branson embraces social. He loves social.
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Exploiting Facebook's Newsfeed Algorithm

Exploiting Facebook's Newsfeed Algorithm | Big Data Et Al | Scoop.it
You’ve read it many times: Don't post too often or you’ll bother fans, causing them to unlike or ignore your posts, which will, in turn, affect which posts FaceBook will promote in your fans' newsfeeds.
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The Present and Future of Content Marketing

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Top content marketing experts predict what’s ahead for the industry in the coming year by Skyword, Inc.
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How Big Data Can Make Us Happier and Healthier

How Big Data Can Make Us Happier and Healthier | Big Data Et Al | Scoop.it

Big data is getting personal. People around the globe are monitoring everything from their health, sleep patterns, sex and even toilet habits with articulate detail, aided by mobile technology. Whether users track behavior actively by entering data or passively via sensors and apps, the quantified self (QS) movement has grown to become a global phenomenon, where impassioned users seek context from their big data identities.

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