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Google In-Depth Articles: How to Rank Yours In Google Search Results

Google In-Depth Articles: How to Rank Yours In Google Search Results | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
A closer look at what in-depth articles on Google are, how they work, and how whether you can put them to work on your site. [VIDEO, plugins]

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Level343's curator insight, August 8, 2013 6:25 AM

Great post by Anna Hoffman, she walks you through (includes video) on how to get the most out of Google search results. 

 

You simply use Data Highlighter to tag the data fields on your site with a mouse. Then Google can present your data more attractively — and in new ways — in search results and in other products such as the Google Knowledge Graph.

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Out of 340 sales reps who IS the winner? Extroverts, introverts, ambiverts?

Out of 340 sales reps who IS the winner? Extroverts, introverts, ambiverts? | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
Who wins? Extroverts or introverts. People who are extroverts naturally have an easier time interacting with other people, conversing with strangers...

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Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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Extroverts Are Surprisingly Bad At Sales - Business Insider

Extroverts Are Surprisingly Bad At Sales - Business Insider | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
Business Insider Extroverts Are Surprisingly Bad At Sales Business Insider His recent research, featured in Scientific American, finds that "ambiverts," people that test as exactly halfway between being extremely extroverted and extremely...

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Ambiverts, Problem-Finders, and the Surprising Secrets of Selling Your Ideas

Ambiverts, Problem-Finders, and the Surprising Secrets of Selling Your Ideas | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it

I took a personality test years ago that told me that I was an Introvert. It meant that I liked to keep to myself, and that I was quiet and shy. The worst thing in the world for me was to throw me in a group of people at a party, or heaven forbid, put me on stage and ask me to speak publicly.

  

While the test was partially correct; I tire easily at party’s and other social events, it was way off in other areas. For instance, I love public speaking. Put me on stage in front of a group, and I’m right at home. I also was in outside sales for over 5 years and inside sales for almost 10. While selling was stressful at times, I did pretty well at it.

 


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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, February 10, 2013 1:10 PM

another article to complicate things further!  

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Being an Entrepreneur When You're Not Extroverted

Being an Entrepreneur When You're Not Extroverted | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it

For anyone with introverted qualities, the above conversation (or some variant upon it) might sound familiar — your desire for alone time, one-on-one time, or a little peace and quiet, is met with misunderstanding and often judgment. I don't think the guy in question meant harm — it's just that our society, as Susan Cain underscores in her best-selling book Quiet, values extroversion more than introversion. But it's not that introverts and ambiverts don't like people. We just find large groups of them, well, a little draining.

 

 


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Move Over Extroverts, Here Come the Ambiverts - Forbes

Move Over Extroverts, Here Come the Ambiverts - Forbes | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
One of the prevailing personality stereotypes we rarely question is that extremely extroverted people do best in sales.

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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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Personality Test: Are You an Ambivert?

Personality Test: Are You an Ambivert? | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it

I took a personality test years ago that told me that I was an Introvert. It meant that I liked to keep to myself, and that I was quiet and shy. The worst thing in the world for me was to throw me in a group of people at a party, or heaven forbid, put me on stage and ask me to speak publicly.

  

While the test was partially correct; I tire easily at party’s and other social events, it was way off in other areas. For instance, I love public speaking. Put me on stage in front of a group, and I’m right at home. I also was in outside sales for over 5 years and inside sales for almost 10. While selling was stressful at times, I did pretty well at it.

 


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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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Word of Mouth Movements: How to Integrate Online Media with ...

Word of Mouth Movements: How to Integrate Online Media with ... | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
Research shows that 90% of word of mouth referrals happening offline. So, what do thousands of online fans and followers mean if they aren't telling others why they want to work with you? How can you integrate offline interactions with your ...

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John Jantsch's curator insight, December 29, 2012 11:21 AM

Don't forget that referral happen offline most - but you can still use online tools to network and create an environment for offline referrals.

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Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed

Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
The conventional view that extroverts make the finest salespeople and leaders is so accepted that we’ve overlooked one teensy flaw: There’s almost no evidence it’s actually true. (Read a great article thanks to #Reddit #Ambivert is the way to go!

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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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"Ambiverts"

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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

http://www.FaceBook.com/adelarubio/posts/10151782572998421

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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, December 31, 2012 6:22 AM

Interesting concept.  An ambivert is somewhere between an extrovert and an introvert.  I've seen the word in print many times over the past few days.  Love the idea.

 

In this article, related to "sales",(http://www.npr.org/2012/12/31/168132488/death-of-the-predatory-salesman-these-days-its-a-buyers-market)  ambiverts are considered the most effective salespeople because they have figured out moderation:  just the right amount of "used-car-sales-man" behavior.  Not too much.  Not too little.  They can listen.  They talk enough.  They know when to shut up.  

 

Seems like the goal:  ambiversion!  

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In Support of Introverted Remote Workers

In Support of Introverted Remote Workers | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it

[Lynn Patra - Work Life Strategies & Solutions blog]

Internet search results for articles and research studies generally come down on the side of extroverts and ambiverts who lean towards extroversion as having what it takes to be productive remote workers. It makes sense that, especially in a virtual team situation, your coworkers and people you report to would have difficulty with a remote worker who tends to go missing in action. Building trust comes with difficulty without a sufficient degree of communication and oftentimes there’s critical information that needs to be conveyed in a timely manner.

 

As a strong, task-oriented introvert myself, I’ve experienced how easy it is to “hyper-focus” and become deeply immersed in the work I’m doing. Consequently, I’ve seen how this results in not having a great sense for how much time has passed since I last touched base with someone else who’s involved in a project. However, if you’re an introvert who enjoys working remotely as much as I do, don’t be discouraged from seeking out or developing such opportunities. It might take adjustment but, in the end, you’ll learn what’s right for you.


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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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Good post, focusing on an area that tends to be ignored. In my experience doing a team MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) session, and having a good discussion about the results, is a worthwhile investment of time and money. This post explains why.

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Arie Baan's curator insight, May 31, 2013 12:24 PM

Good post, focusing on an area that tends to be ignored. In my experience doing a team MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) session, and having a good discussion about the results, is a worthwhile investment of time and money. This post explains why.

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People: Who Needs Them?

People: Who Needs Them? | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it

Pop psychologists freely use words such as introvert and extravert. But as Curt and Anne Bartol point out, two out of every three people will score in the ‘average’ range on the extraversion dimension, thus disqualifying them from studies based on extraversion and introversion. Roughly 16 percent of the population are extraverts, and another 16 percent introverts, and the remainder (68 percent) are ambiverts.

 

It may be tempting to think of extraversion and introversion as two sides of a coin—that each of us is either one or the other—but this is simply not the case.


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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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We're curious are you an introvert, an extrovert, or an ambivert? - 365 Days of Genius

We're curious are you an introvert, an extrovert, or an ambivert? - 365 Days of Genius | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
We're curious are you an introvert, an extrovert, or an ambivert?

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Adela Rubio mentions me on FaceBook
 

Was chatting with my friend Roy Montero the other day and he mentioned a term I'd never heard... ambivert. Care to elaborate, Roy?
 

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Google In-Depth Articles: How to Rank Yours In Google Search Results

Google In-Depth Articles: How to Rank Yours In Google Search Results | Divine Connections and Social Networking | Scoop.it
A closer look at what in-depth articles on Google are, how they work, and how whether you can put them to work on your site. [VIDEO, plugins]

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Level343's curator insight, August 8, 2013 6:25 AM

Great post by Anna Hoffman, she walks you through (includes video) on how to get the most out of Google search results. 

 

You simply use Data Highlighter to tag the data fields on your site with a mouse. Then Google can present your data more attractively — and in new ways — in search results and in other products such as the Google Knowledge Graph.