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Social Sharing Habits: New Research Reveals What People Like to Share |

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Are social shares part of how you measure social marketing RO)? Read the most recent findings on social sharing to get the insights you need.

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what people like to share on Facebook

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Bonnie Burns's curator insight, March 24, 2015 12:07 PM

Discover the most recent findings about what types of content get shared most, which channels seem to have the most users who share and what posting times result in the most shares.

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What’s the Difference Between Writing and Editing?

Editing has always been a fundamental component of writing as well as a separate function, but as self-publishing, online and in print, has become ubiquitous, it’s important for writers to realize the distinction.

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, September 17, 2013 1:02 AM

Editing has always been a fundamental component of writing as well as a separate function, but as self-publishing, online and in print, has become ubiquitous, it’s important for writers to realize the distinction. A discussion of the differences may also help you confirm where your strength lies.

It is common for people to double up as editors and writers; I am among the many who do it. But most people feel more adept in one role or the other. I’ve written news and feature articles and opinion pieces and other content for newspapers and other media, as well as these posts — I’ll have written nearly a thousand of them by the end of this year — but although I enjoy writing, I actually prefer editing.

Writing is a proactive process: Whether one is given a topic or comes up with one, writing is an act of creation in which the writer calls forth the idea, the scope, the tone, and the structure of the work. It is also a challenge, in that it is the writer’s responsibility to produce a complete piece of content. Editing, by contrast, is reactive: One is assigned a piece of content, and one’s task is to refine the writer’s effort, helping him or her achieve the goal he or she was reaching for. This assistance may be minimal, or it may amount to intermittent or wholesale rewriting, but it is a response to the initial product. The challenge, too, lies not in completing the creative act but in carefully, consistently, and thoroughly evaluating and amending the piece.

Claire Williams's curator insight, September 19, 2013 6:57 PM

This artical does not have any listed credibility but as you read through it you see that there are educated and backed up iformation through out it. 

And in this aretical the author talks about how we need to double up as not only writers but also editors. To help us see where we are going with our writing and how it will be protrayed to the aduience.