Inspired by Japanese lacquered wood nesting boxes used to serve and store food, Taku Shinomoto's ceramic plates, bowls, and mugs are designed to be multifunctional and to fit together like puzzle pieces.
"I'm on LinkedIn--Now What??? (Fourth Edition)" is regularly referred to as "the bible on LinkedIn" because it was one of the first LinkedIn books in print. At the present time, it is the only LinkedIn book in the fourth edition.
Join us for our first photography camp! Instructed by Brandie Sunley, this very basic photography course at Blue Bronna will be held from Friday evening, June 27, to Sunday afternoon on the 29th. We would love to have you join us!
You will have the opportunity to spend the weekend riding horses, enjoying nature and learning how to make the most out of your DSLR camera.
So, if you have a camera and don’t know how to use it, this is a great time to learn. If you have never rode a horse before, that’s ok, this is a great time to learn that also.
Come and experience a beautiful wilderness sanctuary. There is so much space out here to just enjoy, reflect, and disconnect from the daily pressures of life.
"We are pleased to announce that Creative Lighting Asia (CLA) will be the Title Sponsor for the 2014 Phuket and Andaman International 7s tournaments in November. CLA is an industry leader in the field of innovative lighting solutions, offering quality equipment, installation, design, training, maintenance and support services to our project partners. Under the leadership of Group Managing Director Mr Eddie Tang, the company now operate in 9 offices across the Asia Pacific region helping to build
Developing a social media strategy is important. But beyond just implementing a plan, you’ll want to evaluate your social channel’s success in order to improve moving forward. Google Analytics is a valuable tool that can help you to analyze and enhance your social media strategy.
Whether you are a business building leads or a professional creating a personal brand, Twitter has become a top place to quickly connect with others. But how do you create a meaningful conversation that builds trust?
Besides interacting with customers, filling in the social media stream for their brands and clients is one of the main responsibilities of the community manager/social media manager. It’s their job to provide the community with interesting, useful and entertaining content. It’s the best way to give value to the audience and make them ha glad for following your profile.
Here are 3 of the most common and maybe more efficient ways to find content to share through your social media streams.
LinkedIn is the boring brother of Facebook and Twitter.
Sometimes you feel like shaking him and asking if if he knows what it’s like to have a little bit of fun. Comparisons continue to be made including the ones between Facebook and Linkedin. One I have heard that sums it up well is….”Facebook is like hanging out at a barbeque with friends while LinkedIn is the cocktail party“.
Compared to Twitter, the social media rock star that attracts the media spotlight and streams across the bottom of the television, LinkedIn is a bit buttoned up. It’s suit and tie versus jeans and t-shirt. Sometimes you feel like you should be prodding it with a stick.
But despite the comparisons, the jokes and the snide remarks, LinkedIn is not to be underestimated. It can connect you to powerful influencers, provide a focused ecosystem to share your content and be a B2B marketers best friend.
Perhaps we don’t have that much in common. Ah, but we do. Personal brands are we. Our agendas may differ—better job, more clients, book sales, or (your goal here)—but we seek the same things: recognition, respect, influence and success.
You, my friend, are a brand. Our agendas may differ—better job, more clients, book sales, or (your goal here)—but we seek the same things: recognition, respect, influence and success. Here are five tips from online leader Michael Hyat and 6 more from me.
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Seemingly overnight, the humble selfie has become nothing short of a phenomenon.
Millions are shared each and every day across all the major social media platforms. Indeed, according to data from Samsung, selfies make up almost one-third of all photos taken by people aged 18-24, with Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat bearing the brunt of that load.
And, of course, last month Bradley Cooper’s Oscars selfie become Twitter’s most retweeted post of all time.
This visual from Techinfographics.com reveals some eye-opening selfie statistics, facts and figures.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.