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Hiring Is Changing : Hire People Who Fail

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A few weeks ago, I wrote about avoiding social media failures. I briefly mentioned our company's "Failure Wall" and was surprised by the number of comments and questions I received about it.
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10 Ways to Get The Most Out of LinkedIn

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Bill Gassett By Bill Gassett What do you think LinkedIn is for? Is it just for people who are trying to find a new job? Should you only visit it if you want to...
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My friend and ace realtor @Bill Gassett recommendations I take :). Marty

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Thanks very much for sharing @Martin (Marty) Smith! I hope things are going well for you.
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Hey Man, You Got The Stuff? Shocking White Papers @Curagami

Hey Man, You Got The Stuff? Shocking White Papers @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Question: What is a revolution without a white paper?

Answer: A book club.

Want easy access to our 2 shocking white papers? Click on the links below OR join us by visiting http://www.Curagami.com

Why Ecommerce Marketing Is Broken

The New SEO: How Conversations Became The New Links

Get the stuff, join the revolution.

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Changing Hero Marketing: Everything Is Everything via @HaikuDeck

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Thanks to FedEx
Sharing our Hero Marketing Haiku Deck last week with a group of Small to Medium Sized Businesses taught us how to tune the message. We noted how the TACTICS of competing with Amazon sparked real interest.

There are two components to competing with Amazon:

* 4Cs.
* Everything Is Everything.

Four Cs
Content, Customers, Commerce and Community are the four pillars of creating successful online marketing. The Uber-Goal is creating sustainable online community, or a community growing faster than its costs.

You create online community by curating more than you create and moving from US to WE. Content is how you signal customers your site, brands and company GET IT and want to create community.

You know you've created community when following increases, heuristic measures such as time on site, pages viewed and bounce rates improve and your site is getting closer to the magical 50% returning 50% new visitor mix.

Everything Is Everything
We've been struggling to explain how interconnected everything is these days. SEO, content marketing, content curation, email marketing, social media marketing and mobile marketing are working hand in glove now at increasingly faster pace. This more, faster, better loop means today's commerce is tomorrow's content, today's community is tomorrow's customer and round and round like a furious merry go round.

You win hearts, minds and loyalty today by understanding how to work the 4cs into a sustainable online community, a community of advocates wiling  to sacrifice and support you, your brand and ideas.

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Why SEO ROCKS Content Curation via @Curagami & Scoopit

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Why Content Curtation Rocks SEO
The slide deck from @Scoop.it about how content curation impacts SEO is an excellent SEO & content curation primer (embedded in the post), but let’s do a deeper dive to understand how content curation ROCKS SEO and every site's Uber-Goal of creating sustainable online community.

This Curagami post creates an interesting comparison between Oprah and Amazon. One knows how to create online community one doesn't. Both have great tips to share.

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Future of Reading is Digital, But Who Will Control - Amazon Controversy [video]

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This panel discussion at the 2014 Miami Book Fair discusses Amazon's predatory practices, what a "book" will be in the future and who will have the rights to our intellectual property.

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Content Curation: 7 Reasons Why You Must - A Haiku Deck by Martin Smith

Content Curation: 7 Reasons Why You Must - A Haiku Deck by Martin Smith | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Thanks to Haiku Deck for the Honorable Mention for 7 Reasons you Must Content in their list of the year's best decks: ow.ly/Gz09L

Discover 7 Reasons here:
http://shar.es/1H7hnP

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donhornsby's curator insight, December 30, 2014 8:47 AM

(From the article): HOW you say things matters. Go EASY and be FUN. If you are a control freak get someone else to write important pieces of your brand defining content such as: * About Page. * Ambassador Program Call To Action and Explanation page. * Terms (never let lawyers write this critical content). You might think the lawyers thing is strange, but if you let legal speak go on your site you are DEAD and much more DEAD than if you get sued. You are dead because no tribe will form. Without a tribe the web's natural and regular costs are unrecoverable. You MUST create online community or be eaten by the inevitable costs of creating and maintaining a website. You must curate to crate a tribe.

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Astell & Kern + Bluenote Demonstrate Music's Cool Digital Future via @Curagami

Astell & Kern + Bluenote Demonstrate Music's Cool Digital Future via @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it
High resolution music player maker Astell & Kern and Bluenote created a a cool new music & technology mashup that may point to music's next big thing.
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Content + Commerce: The New Customer Journey | Mozu

Content + Commerce: The New Customer Journey | Mozu | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

The New Customer Journey Map
Mozu is the content arm of Volusion and they've hit something just right - how the future of commerce is about smooth integration of content. Their New Customer Journey map echoes David Edleman's influential HBR post Branding In the Digital Age: https://hbr.org/2010/12/branding-in-the-digital-age-youre-spending-your-money-in-all-the-wrong-places .

Well done and a must read for #ecommerce teams.

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Millennials Experiences Over Anything [study]

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According to The Drum, they will account for 75% of the UK workforce in a decade. And with it a huge amount of the consumer spending in the UK. So what do millennials want? For many companies in the UK, it’s quite literally the billion-pound question.


Via IMEX, oconnorandkelly
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Great and timely Scoop from @oconnorandkelly (thanks guys). Ties beautifully to post we just wrote about car dealer & startup web marketing (Scooped here: http://sco.lt/90NmSX ).

Both of these great curators will be featured in our new "Curators of the Month" spotlight on http://www.Curagami.com. #toogood #thanks

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David Hain's curator insight, December 11, 2014 11:56 AM

Study shows millennials turning from materialism & trad measures of success to focus income on experiences. 

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 11, 2014 2:25 PM

The research makes interesting points. What does it mean for teaching and learningÉ

 

@ivon_ehd1

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Six Heartfelt Truths of Social Media via @NickKellet & @CendrineMedia

These are 6 hard earned heart felt truth I've learned about Social and Digital Media.
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This great share from @Cendrine Marrouat - SocialMediaSlant.com of the founder of List.ly's desk about social media includes the best discussion of the 1:9:90 Rule I've ever seen. A #mustread!

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When Everything Is Social Community Rules - Curagami

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Building Online Community

As we work on creating a new tool, a tool capable of helping ecommerce merchants and content marketers validate their social media and content marketing. We’ve identified five community pillars and share them in this Curagami post:

http://www.curagami.com/featured/everything-social-community-rules/

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Giving Tuesday? Tech Cures Cancer A Gift For You, Me & Everyone We Know

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Giving Tuesday? Tech Cures Cancer
Want to do something for me, you and everyone we know this #givingtuesday ? Your deductible contribution to UNC Lineberger and the Tech Cures Cancer Fund my family and I set up may be the magic money that cures cancer.

Appreciate the support of @Scoop.itteam (Ally, Guillaume & Marc) and hope you will read the story of Tech Cures Cancer on Google Plus:
https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/c2umbwPzd6e

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10 Social Marketing Lessons From Banksy via @Curagami

10 Social Marketing Lessons From Banksy via @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Banksy, a grafitti artist, is a powerful social marketer. Banksy's art blew up New York teaching ten online marketing lessons for those wise enough to see including:

  1. Live By A Single Rule: If Your Content Is Generating Shares DO MORE.
  2. Other “Control Rules” Are Gone.
  3. Use existing distribution systems, but turn them upside down.
  4. Create EVENTS and content people will CHASE and SHARE.
  5. Get THEM to do YOUR work for YOU.
  6. Keep some secrets as long as possible.
  7. Whatever happens is all good as long as Rule #1 still applies.
  8. Use the Internet and social media to amplify content & events.
  9. Define deadlines because deadlines heighten the web’s amplification.
  10. Rinse & Repeat


Are people racing around NYC to see your latest work? If no then steal some social marketing tips from one of the world's best - Banksy.

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Irina Mk's curator insight, November 25, 2014 5:16 AM

Le Marketing social selon Banksy... Règle 6 : garder des secrets le plus longtemps possible. La règle la plus importante ? Peut-être car nous avons tendance à vouloir "tout" dévoiler sur le web participatif. Mais gardons un peu de mystère.... Le mystère attire et attise la curiosité.

DareDo's curator insight, November 27, 2014 9:17 AM

J'aime bien l'idée de prendre quelqu'un de connu et d'exploiter son savoir-faire pour expliquer celui de la personne qui en parle ;-)

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My First Scoop.it Pic & Why Visual Marketing Rocks via @Scoopit

My First Scoop.it Pic & Why Visual Marketing Rocks via @Scoopit | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it
Organic reach and engagement are declining on social networks. Here's how to share curated content with images for more clicks to your website.
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Too Good! My first Scoop.it Pic. Thanks to @Guillaume Decugisand kudos to @Scoop.itteam and a great content curation tool gets better.

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Ecommerce Master Class Video: Contests - via @Curagami

Ecommerce Master Class Video: Contests - via @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

This Ecommerce Master Class Video shares one of our favor web marketing tips. Contests create tribes, engagement & loyalty. Cotests are WORK and they work.

Features Moon-Audio.com's Music & Gear Lover Reviewer Contest:
http://www.moon-audio.com/ambassador-review-contest

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Hero Marketing: How SMBs Can Compete With Amazon - New @HaikuDeck via @Scenttrail

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Hero Marketing combines passion, customer focus, exponential thinking and the creation of movements to help Small to Medium Sized Businesses (SMBs) compete with Amazon.

Created this new Haiku Deck for a conference in Baltimore sponsored by FedEx on 2.26.

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Content Director by Scoop.it: Because We MUST Curate Content

Content Director by Scoop.it: Because We MUST Curate Content | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Content Director Should Rock Content Marketing
I'm excited that th etalented @Scoop.itteam ( @Guillaume Decugis@Ally Greer@Marc Rougierand many others) are launching a new content curation tool called Content Director. As team Curagami shared in our 7 Reasons You Must Curate Content (http://shar.es/1ohSrO over 5,000 views now) knowing what content is making you money and why is a CSF (Critical Success Factor).

Can't wait for our demo tomorrow PM. Will report back.

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Is Email Going Away? Yes

Is Email Going Away? Yes | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Why Sandberg's End Of Email Will Come True
Great post about why email is doomed. My favorite points include:

Rise of Enterprise Social Networks (ESNs)
Leading vendors of social networking systems such as IBM and SAP are integrating social into their business application suites supporting an open and reusable flow of intersecting and persistent conversations, which can also form the basis of a powerful knowledge-base. The key to future success is to understand the detailed way people work and how systems support them, and then to ensure that social fits that way they work.

Generational Change
As people collaborate more widely to build on strengths, to solve customer problems, to create innovation, to recruit and retain talent etc etc they will increasingly turn to enterprise social networks. To continue to do so on email is imply inefficient and ineffective, it's that simple.

Great post! Yes email is going away and it may be faster than anyone realizes like almost everything else is happening lately.

Added more thoughts on Gplus
https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/VRWjqNmqXBX