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Scoop.it AND Paper.li More Powerful Together Than Either Alone

Scoop.it AND Paper.li More Powerful Together Than Either Alone | Business Futures | Scoop.it
Why is Scoop It Kicking Paper Li's Rear End?

Isn't it the same concept? You create your own online newspaper. Why is Scoop It generating so much more…

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Brad Tollefson's curator insight, May 22, 2013 8:28 PM

Looking into ...

Kelly Hungerford's comment, June 13, 2013 4:26 AM
Howard, can you point me to your how-to? Much appreciated.
Kelly Hungerford's comment, June 13, 2013 4:30 AM
Dolly,thanks for your comment. Indeed for someone who truly want so collect and add commentary, scoop.it is the service. And I would even go as far as to say to tell as story, then Storify.
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Internet Marketing For Lawyers - Atlantic BT

Internet Marketing For Lawyers - Atlantic BT | Business Futures | Scoop.it
This post helps lawyers understand how to create an online brand, tell stories with keywords, support with social media, and create websites that WIN.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, January 29, 2013 1:16 PM

Wrote this piece after having great conversations with lawyers in Raleigh about what they did and didn't understand about Internet marketing. The interesting part of thise conversations was what many of my lawyer friends thought they knew they didn't and what they thought they didn't know they weren't as far away as they thought. 

Welcome to the strange serendipity and mystery wrapped in enigma that is Internet marketing my legal brothers and sisters.  

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What Comes After Social Media? And Why You Should Have Paid More Attention In Math Class

What Comes After Social Media? And Why You Should Have Paid More Attention In Math Class | Business Futures | Scoop.it

I started blogging in 2005, and started checking out Twitter and Facebook in 2007.  While these tools have been popular topics for individuals for a while now, companies really didn’t begin to take an interest in social media as a pseudo-business tool till around 2008 or so.  

 

So for five years, social media has been the next ‘it’ thing. But eventually, we’ll all move on to talking and obsessing about something else.  Even now, some people are beginning to say that social media’s bubble is about to burst.  So when social media is officially no longer the ‘cool kid’ in school, what will take it’s place?

 

One idea that’s been gaining traction in the last year or so is that of Big Data.  In simplified terms, it’s collecting massive amounts of data about a sample (such as your customer base), and then analyzing that data in order to spot trends and characteristics about the customers that you might otherwise miss....


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Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, February 9, 2013 9:42 AM
Yes, I see "Big Data", predictive and conversion analytics as the next frontier too. As if I wasn't reminded of this every day, our future is about to prove we should have paid more attention in math class :).M