INFOGRAPHIC: Love Makes Words With Friends Players Do Strange Things
INFOGRAPHIC: Love Makes Words With Friends Players Do Strange Things · David Cohen on February 14, 2013 1:40 PM.
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You can generate tons of high-quality leads using Twitter ads - but don't follow Twitter's rules! Here's the real way to run a Twitter lead generation card campaign.
Basically, you're trying to get as many impressions as you can for as little money as possible. If you bid too low your ads won't show. But if you bid too high your budget will die.
Slide shows and presentations are here to stay and are getting more elaborate. Check out this big list of presentation tools for sales and marketing.
if you want a picture to sashay into a slide, bounce against a text box, and rotate three times before it settles down, you'll need to buy a desktop app. But if you want vivid slides, based on striking themes, and fast-performing web-based presentations, SlideRocket will probably be your first choice.
Here's what you are missing if you are an Entrepreneur and your LinkedIn Profile isn't Optimized.
If you hope to be on someone’s radar, you’ll have to optimize your presence
Is your startup going to be a business… or a hobby? How can you tell?!
Below is a video of the presentation I did at Harvard Innovation Lab last month – I initially called it Creating Your Minimum Viable Product, but it’s really about: how can I validate that I’m creating a viable business (as opposed to a very expensive, time consuming hobby) before going off and building it?
I include a bunch of case studies of what other startups have done – successful or otherwise – and provide some tools to help you along the way. Hope you enjoy!
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Twitter went into an uproar Friday after a BuzzFeed report that the social network was on the brink introducing an algorithmic, more Facebook-style feed. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tried to calm fears this morning in a series of tweets, but he did not deny the substance of the report.
As a content curator and publisher I've had content we wrote copied and brazenly stolen. Google's latest algorithm changes seem to be reducing whole cloth copying, but another and potentially more dangerous dragon is rising - the content hack.
It is possible to do all kinds of bad things to your content as this Search Engine Land post shares. This highly recommended post doesn't only share scary stories and examples of content hacks. The post also shares a great set of tools to help publishers ward off what may be inevitable - someone hacking their content.
Scary, the hacked content algorithm is not working? hacked content is still showing up in the search results.