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Givers take all: The hidden dimension of corporate culture | McKinsey & Company

Givers take all: The hidden dimension of corporate culture | McKinsey & Company | HR Management India | Scoop.it
By encouraging employees to both seek and provide help, rewarding givers, and screening out takers, companies can reap significant and lasting benefits. A McKinsey Quarterly article.


After the tragic events of 9/11, a team of Harvard psychologists quietly “invaded” the US intelligence system. The team, led by Richard Hackman, wanted to determine what makes intelligence units effective. By surveying, interviewing, and observing hundreds of analysts across 64 different intelligence groups, the researchers ranked those units from best to worst.


 

[They discovered], after parsing the data, that the most important factor wasn’t on their list.

 

The single strongest predictor of group effectiveness was the amount of help that analysts gave to each other.


Evidence from studies led by Indiana University’s Philip Podsakoff demonstrates that the frequency with which employees help one another predicts

sales revenues in pharmaceutical units and retail stores;profits, costs, and customer service in banks;creativity in consulting and engineering firms;productivity in paper mills;and revenues, operating efficiency, customer satisfaction, and performance quality in restaurants.

 

See the related post by Deb:

 

Beyond Resilience: Givers, Takers, Matchers and Anti-Fragile Systems   3 Things That Cause Ethical Breakdowns in Workplace Culture: Timing a Reminder is Everything



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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, June 13, 2013 1:36 PM

This is a brilliant work by Adam Grant that may be part of the answer to the fragile nature of systems in organizations.  

Givers, Matchers (predominate in most organizations, think "silos") and Takers are key terms to understand why some cultures are high performance and others struggle just to be average.  Takers may also describe those leaders and cultures that eventually become a casuality of the normal organizational decline.  ~  Deb

John Michel's curator insight, June 13, 2013 4:40 PM

When it comes to giver cultures, the role-modeling lesson here is a powerful one: if you want it, go and give it.

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's comment, June 13, 2013 5:10 PM
Thanks John! So evidently true. Now if we can only fully implement it!
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3 Stories for a Job Interview

3 Stories for a Job Interview | HR Management India | Scoop.it

"Whether it is a formal performance review or a potential employer evaluating us in casual conversation we are constantly being interviewed.  I will be posting a series of thought starters that walk you through finding and telling great stories that might wow an interviewer, get a promotion, or at least set the scene for your next performance review.

 

I think you need at least three stories walking in to an interview.  First you need a “who I am” story that says a lot about who you are and who you are not."


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Karen Dietz's curator insight, June 26, 2013 10:47 AM

Just yesterday I gave a 1.5 hour interactive talk with 35 job seekers at The Boardroom here in San Diego. We had a fabulous time and really got into how to craft very short stories to share.


And then today my awesome colleauge Annette Simmons (http://www.annettesimmons.com) posts this short piece on 3 stories to bring with you into an interview. And like she says, everyone needs to have these ready for any business occasion.


Thanks for these 3 stories Annette -- they definitely simply life! And thank you to fellow curator Gregg Morris @greggvm for finding and sharing this.

Jim Lerman's curator insight, July 6, 2013 4:12 PM

I once read somewhere (maybe in an old Esquire guide for how to be a gentleman) that every man should have a repertoire of 3 clean jokes to tell in situations where silence would be awkward. I've worked hard to develop my 3 clean jokes, and "borrowed" liberally to do so.

 

This piece goes the three clean joke rule one better and speaks to the necessity to have 3 stories that illustrate who you are for use in job interviews and other similar situations. Excellent, excellent advice. I wish I'd read this about 40 years ago. 

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8 New and Underappreciated Marketing Resources from Google

8 New and Underappreciated Marketing Resources from Google | HR Management India | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article on The Moz Blog:
"This guide is intended for those SEOs/inbound marketers who are familiar the fundamental Google resources (Google Analytics, Apps, the AdWords Keywords Tool) but may not be aware of what else is out there and what is coming soon.

***Analytics & Tagging
1. Universal Analytics
It (in beta) is apt to change the way we use and think about marketing analytics. This successor of the Google Analytics we know will bring improved performance and, most importantly, new functionality and flexibility to your reporting.
Uses & benefits of Universal Analytics:
- Cross device tracking of individual users
- The ability to push "offline" data into the system
- Performance enhancements
- 20 custom dimensions, 20 custom metrics
- Set your own session and campaign expirations

2. Tag Manager
Tag Manager gives you central control of tracking tags firing in the <head> of any given page, without having to touch the page code itself once you've added the main container. The rules to trigger tag firing are flexible enough that the possibilities here are broad and powerful.
Uses & benefits of Tag Manager:
- Central, organized management of your tags/scripts
- Cuts dev cycle bottlenecks out of the equation
- Improved performance

3. Tag Assistant
If you are using (or intend to use) Tag Manager, Tag Assistant is a Google Chrome extension that will make double-checking your tag/rule configurations a lot easier.

***Market Research
4. Think Insights
Uses & benefits of Think Insights:
- Free, searchable access to market research studies
- Visualization of the most common multi-touch paths by industry
- Inspiration for your next data visualization project
- There's also the Creative Sandbox gallery, showcasing creative online campaigns that "blend creative genius and digital innovation."

5. Consumer Surveys
It is the only paid service in this post, but research with surveys, if you want to step outside of your customer email list, will always require an investment. Google's offering is relatively affordable.

***Search History & Data
6. Trends
Trends is a relatively well-known but often overlooked source of historical search volume data.
Uses & benefits of Trends:
- View historical data for a single keyword, or compare two or more
- Discover seasonality in search volume
- Browse current trending searches
- Export to CSV for your Excel/other reports

7. Zeitgeist
Zeitgeist isn’t exactly a tool or a data set but more of an interactive recap of the year in search.
Uses & benefits of Zeitgeist:
- Rich visual "story" experience of historical data
- Helpful for brainstorming historical content angles
- General nostalgia/inspiration (What? That counts.)

8. Public Data Explorer
Public Data Explorer is Google's portal into government and institutional data sets.
Uses & benefits of Public Data Explorer:
- Search/browse many public data sets from one interface
- Upload your own data set
- Quickly switch between different chart/visualization approaches for a given data set..."

Read full and interesting article here:
http://moz.com/blog/8-new-underappreciated-marketing-resources-from-google

 


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Vinish Garg's curator insight, July 18, 2013 12:31 AM

Interesting stuff it is.

BSN's curator insight, July 28, 2013 11:46 AM

Some Google marketing tools

#business #marketing http://goo.gl/tCP5xW

 

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add your insight...

 
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Antidote for Fast: Slow Media and Storytelling

Antidote for Fast: Slow Media and Storytelling | HR Management India | Scoop.it
In June 2010, sci-fi writer Bruce Sterling posted to Wired’s “Beyond the Beyond” blog a manifesto for “slow media.” The “Slow Media Manifesto” was written by Sabria David, Jörg Blumtritt, and Bened...

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Tony Gough's curator insight, June 27, 2013 6:33 AM

A thoughtful article relating to business and the process involved in getting your company 'story' out there.

Jose Nevarez's comment, June 27, 2013 9:51 AM
Great article Karen. I can see that many business are asking to do thing faster and shorter because young people "don't like to read". Are we sending the wrong message. Are we teaching our children to be impatient? I believe great stories needs time to develop, to be a lasting experience.
Karen Dietz's comment, June 29, 2013 2:58 PM
I love your comments Jose and yes, I think we are sending the wrong message. I believe young people do like to read and perhaps they are just being more selective about when and how. And I hope businesses are in a knee-jerk reaction about only creating very short stories because I think they will be doing both their audiences and their customers a disservice. All in all, I think it's a balance between short and long-form storytelling. Many thanks for your input.
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Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning

Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning | HR Management India | Scoop.it

Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning’ presents a range of research projects which aim to explore how to make engagement in learning (and teaching) more passionate. This interactive and experimental resource discusses innovations which pave the way to open collaboration at scale. The book introduces methodological and technological breakthroughs via twelve chapters to learners, instructors, and decision-makers in schools, universities, and workplaces.

 


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Gina Martin's curator insight, August 11, 2013 3:46 PM

Looking forward to reading this one. 

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Will real-life AI gaming be bigger than MMO's?

The amazing AI-demo of Anki at WWDC.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 21, 2013 4:15 PM

If you missed Apple's WWDC keynote, you should watch this. A company called Anki is taking AI not only to the next level but also to the real world. Their first product due this fall is a car-racing game where you fight AI-controlled cars on a real track.


This is fascinating to me because the big recent trend in gaming has been to downplay the importance of AI by bringing human players to play with or against one another. We also talk a lot about real-life gaming (humans with humans in the street) but I don't know if this will be that massive (still waiting to see Ingress get big). Now this is the missing combination: after human + AI, human + human online, human + human real-life, real-life + AI.


Too early to tell but great to see the gaming industry has perspective beyond reinventing the nth iteration of a point and shoot.

Murray McKercher's curator insight, June 22, 2013 7:58 AM

Yes...

GamerPeer's curator insight, June 23, 2013 3:57 PM

Next gen gaming is reintroduced to the living room.  My initial reaction is - when do the tournaments begin?  The combination of gameing and real objects is #gamification at it's finest.  

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Enough with the news-reader apps – it's time to support media that really matters

Enough with the news-reader apps – it's time to support media that really matters | HR Management India | Scoop.it
I’m supposed to be writing about Rockmelt, a social news reader that today is launching an Android version, but I can’t help thinking about the death of journalist Michael Hastings.
So, brace your...

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 24, 2013 8:59 PM

Hamish McKenzie's rant on Pandodaily is interesting to read in conjunction with the recent frenzy of Google Reader replacement applicants. While I don't agree with everything McKenzie writes (discovery might not be a problem anymore but on-topic niche discovery is still much harder and time-consuling), I sympathize with the argument: after all, Scoop.it is built by a team who dropped its former product which was... - guess what? - a news reader to focus on what seemed to us like a bigger problem: how can we make it better, more rewarding and easier for a community of content curators to share ideas that matter?

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Does Mobile SEO in the App Store really work?

SearchMan.com helps 13,000 developers track, research, and improve their keywords to grow search visibility inside the App Store. We are in constant touch with

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 25, 2013 11:48 PM

Searchman has been pioneering the field of mobile SEO gathering tips and best practices to optimize for the App Store while their platform gives great insight to App developers.


The problem is that in spite of that it's still really really hard to build in an iterative way long-tail success as Andrew Chen observed on this post - a post definitely worth reading and re-reading again about why mobile first is a very dangerous game.

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Antidote for Fast: Slow Media and Storytelling

Antidote for Fast: Slow Media and Storytelling | HR Management India | Scoop.it
In June 2010, sci-fi writer Bruce Sterling posted to Wired’s “Beyond the Beyond” blog a manifesto for “slow media.” The “Slow Media Manifesto” was written by Sabria David, Jörg Blumtritt, and Bened...

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Tony Gough's curator insight, June 27, 2013 6:33 AM

A thoughtful article relating to business and the process involved in getting your company 'story' out there.

Jose Nevarez's comment, June 27, 2013 9:51 AM
Great article Karen. I can see that many business are asking to do thing faster and shorter because young people "don't like to read". Are we sending the wrong message. Are we teaching our children to be impatient? I believe great stories needs time to develop, to be a lasting experience.
Karen Dietz's comment, June 29, 2013 2:58 PM
I love your comments Jose and yes, I think we are sending the wrong message. I believe young people do like to read and perhaps they are just being more selective about when and how. And I hope businesses are in a knee-jerk reaction about only creating very short stories because I think they will be doing both their audiences and their customers a disservice. All in all, I think it's a balance between short and long-form storytelling. Many thanks for your input.
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Competencies Required for Digital Curation: An Analysis of Job Advertisements

Competencies Required for Digital Curation: An Analysis of Job Advertisements | HR Management India | Scoop.it

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Roberto Ivan Ramirez's comment, July 6, 2013 1:53 PM
Ahora sucede que también ya van a estandarizar la práctica de comentar y reflexionar sobre páginas web, no cabe duda que estamos en una sociedad cada vez más compleja y racionalmente tecnificada.
Kathy E Gill's curator insight, July 11, 2013 4:46 AM

In addition to classroom, we have to think about after the classroom. That is, employment.

Francois Adoue's curator insight, August 14, 2013 9:15 AM

Which competences are required for a content curator ? Curation is one of the most growing tasks for Internet jobs ! The International Observatory for Internet Jobs www.e-jobs-observatory.eu will publish in few days the role profile for e-Tourism Internet Curator. this profile (and 4 other e-Tourism jobs roles will be evaluated before publication. If you want to give your feed back on these jobs, please contact me ! 

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recruitment process outsourcing

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India is wholeheartedly committed to achieving the “Millennium Development Goals (MDG)”.
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Best Recruitment Solutions

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Simi Makar is the co-founder of Careerist, Top job consultants in India. All the company members are extremely talented.
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This one single chart explains why developers still prioritize iOS

This one single chart explains why developers still prioritize iOS | HR Management India | Scoop.it

Tim Cook this morning during his keynote at Apple WWDC 2013


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 10, 2013 4:49 PM

At the time we keep hearing about Android catching up, the strength of iOS as a platform just seems phenomenal.

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Long Live the New MacBook Air

Long Live the New MacBook Air | HR Management India | Scoop.it
The one big new thing in Apple's new portables is a doozy: far better battery life.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 19, 2013 2:05 PM

My favorite laptop just got upgraded to 2x battery life. Enough to ditch the old one? Probably not as I'm happy with the battery life of my current 2011 version as is. But probably a good deal if you're looking for a new laptop.

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Does Mobile SEO in the App Store really work?

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 25, 2013 11:48 PM

Searchman has been pioneering the field of mobile SEO gathering tips and best practices to optimize for the App Store while their platform gives great insight to App developers.


The problem is that in spite of that it's still really really hard to build in an iterative way long-tail success as Andrew Chen observed on this post - a post definitely worth reading and re-reading again about why mobile first is a very dangerous game.

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Leverage your #1 Branding Asset on YouTube [Creator's Tip #97]

There's several different branding assets YouTube provides for you to identify yourself, your channel, and your brand, but only one of them appears across al...

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Ileane Smith's curator insight, June 27, 2013 5:54 PM

For me the crucial point in this video is at time stamp 2:27  that highlights a chart with all the locations on YouTube where your channel art and profile image appear.

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global hr company

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Energy sector is directly associated with a country’s prosperity and development. We, as global HR company helps you to enter in the best companies of this industry which helps you grow better.
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Narrable

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Narrable is an online storytelling platform that combines your important photos with the voices that bring them to life. The Narrable iOS app includes a lightweight camera to capture memories as they happen and a built-in audio recorder to preserve the voices behind the memory. After you have uploaded your content, log in at narrable.com to view, edit and share your story.

 


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Mita Jordan's curator insight, June 29, 2013 4:04 AM

it seems useful, shall we try

AC Norman's curator insight, August 6, 2013 6:49 PM

Ett presentationsverktyg.

BI Media Specialists's curator insight, August 19, 2013 3:07 PM

What a great way to have your students review a topic or concept in your classroom, and meet the CCGPS guidelines for publishing student work.

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Billion-Dollar Babies: Are All These Little Companies Really Worth $1 Billion?

Billion-Dollar Babies: Are All These Little Companies Really Worth $1 Billion? | HR Management India | Scoop.it
As small companies get valued at such large sums of money, it begs the question, "Are they really worth it?"


 

Part of it is that money has been cheap and there’s a lot of it sloshing around looking for a home. There’s also the sense that the next wave of computing, built on mobile devices and social software, is going to be bigger than anything that has come before it...


...these are the companies that the “smart money” has decided will be the winners out of an ocean of new startups...

 

Check out: Fab.com, Snapchat and other relatively tiny companies have been generating sky-high valuations...including:

 

SurveyMonkey, which has raised money at a $1.35 valuation and has 150 employees in Portland, Oregon; 
Pinterest, based in San Francisco with 150 employees, which has raised money at a $2.5 billion valuation; and

 

Square, a payments processor in San Francisco, which has raised money at a $3.25 billion valuation. 
Evernote, Spotify, and Airbnb.
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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, June 25, 2013 12:36 PM

Good piece including the "transfer of wealth" that provides insights to what is happening and forecasted in the tech world.  Are there any of us that haven't been touched by changes tech innovations and growth?  ~  D

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ExamJet Quiz Maker - Desktop-based quiz and test maker software

ExamJet Quiz Maker - Desktop-based quiz and test maker software | HR Management India | Scoop.it

ExamJet Quiz Maker - Standard Edition is for one user, it can be installed on one computer (at home or at work). It also may be installed on one additional computer which belongs to the license holder, however under one restriction, it is allowed to use only one copy at any given time.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 26, 2013 9:57 AM

This looks like quite a useful tool. There is a free trial version and then a single user license is $59

Dimitri's comment, June 26, 2013 10:12 AM
Thanks for your comments, Nik
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How TO Host A Scoopit Newsletter / Landingpage FREE on Google Drive

How TO Host A Scoopit Newsletter / Landingpage FREE on Google Drive | HR Management India | Scoop.it

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's comment, September 16, 2013 8:26 AM
Found A Cool Use for Scoop.it's new Newsletter feature. It is easy to create a content landing page and host it free with Google Drive.

Here's How...

1. Create a newsletter using the Manage > Create A Newsletter

2. Download as a Zip file. Open the Zip file.

3. Upload the HTML file to your Google drive into a public folder.

4. Click on the HTML file. A window pops up, click on OPEN in lower right corner.

5. Click on preview. Copy the URL that appears in the browser window:
https://googledrive.com/host/0B0eG3a8zValDQjl6aldwQlJMNDg/email%203.html ;
Alfredo Corell's curator insight, September 22, 2013 2:42 PM
Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

Found A Cool Use for Scoop.it's new Newsletter feature. It is easy to create a content landing page and host it free with Google Drive. 

Here's How...

1. Create a newsletter using the Manage > Create A Newsletter

 

2. Download as a Zip file. Open the Zip file.

 

3. Upload the HTML file to your Google drive into a public folder.

 

4. Click on the HTML file. A window pops up, click on OPEN in lower right corner. 

 

5. Click on preview. Copy the URL that appears in the browser window:

https://googledrive.com/host/0B0eG3a8zValDQjl6aldwQlJMNDg/email%203.html ;

Next figuring out how to add a Call To Action and subscription code.  BTW, Unbounce charges $700 a year to host landing pages :). 

 

Also works on DropBox. 

The Free Alternative
The interesting question is could you create a web marketing business with NO money for websites or blogs? Yes is the answer to that question. By using free tools such as Google Drive, Scoop.it and Blogger or WordPress you could create a business without paying anything to web development. 

You might find that business is limited in scale, but so what. Your cost is  limited to your sweat equity to create a revenue stream and THEN buy the website improvements you need to go to the next level. I just build a MagentoGo store (Story of Cancer Store: http://storyofcancer.gostorego.com/ ;) and the same thing is ALMOST true for Ecom.

 

Between Storify, Volusion and Magento you can create a store for sweat equity + $500 (give or take). My little store has already made $130 inside of its first month so well on its way to paying for its serving costs. 

The ultimate lesson of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing is DO NOTHING until it is worth the investment to do so :). 

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Tech Weekly Podcast: Tech in the developing world

Tech Weekly Podcast: Tech in the developing world | HR Management India | Scoop.it

How can technology empower the young of the developing world? To discuss the complex issues around many developing economies' emerging tech and digital cultures, Hugh is joined by an expert panel: Renee Wittemyer, head of social impact at Intel, Christopher Fabian, co-lead of innovation at UNICEF, Gavin Patterson, managing director at Yellobric, and Giulia D'Amico, vice president of business development at One Laptop Per Child.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 27, 2013 5:56 AM

Very interesting topic. Well worth a listen.

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The Most Effective Marketing Strategies On Instagram

The Most Effective Marketing Strategies On Instagram | HR Management India | Scoop.it
Think different. ;

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Martin Gysler's curator insight, June 20, 2013 8:09 AM

Instagram may be an interesting marketing tool for your business. Even if we do not think about this possibility at first glance. This post will give you some ideas on how to do it for you and / or company.

 

Use you already Instagram for your marketing?

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