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Snow Becomes A Canvas For Intricate, Temporary Art Works | Fast Company

Snow Becomes A Canvas For Intricate, Temporary Art Works | Fast Company | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

For Simon Beck, snow is where his heart is. He has an uncanny knack for creating intricate designs in a fresh fall, and has been creating stunning large-scale, ground-bound art works since he started with a five-pointed star back in 2004. He’s subsequently developed increasingly complex designs while simultaneously refining his process (he claims his background/day job as an orienteering mapmaker doesn’t give him much insight, but it certainly couldn’t hurt).

 

Each motif measures almost 500 feet in diameter and takes about 10 hours to complete. He uses a handheld orienteering compass to establish the setting, determines distances with measuring tape or counting his paces, then creates curves with a clothes line attached to an anchor at the center....

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32 Creative And Unique Business Cards That Stand Out

32 Creative And Unique Business Cards That Stand Out | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Looking for an innovative business card for yourself? Check out these 32 ingenious examples that are sure to leave a lasting impression. It’s interesting to see not just creative businesses like agencies, design firms and photographers using unconventional cards but also lawyers, doctors, finance professionals, etc. If cost is a concern, you can also create two sets – one conventional/economical and the other radical (in lesser quantity). Use the appropriate one depending on the type of client, budget, etc.

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These cards are simply awesome. What an effective way to market your business! Check out the divorce lawyer's card that tears in half, the cheese shop business card cheese grater and the yoga studio business card/mini yoga mat. Pure inspiration and great marketing! Recommended viewing 10/10

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6 Lessons Marc Andreessen Gives the Startups He Invests In

After launching Netscape 20 years ago, Marc Andreessen has had a remarkable second act as a successful and prolific venture capitalist. His firm's portfolio includes some of Silicon Valley's most enviable investments, including Facebook, Airbnb, Twitter, Jawbone, Lyft, Pinterest, and Zenefits. On Wednesday, the super VC and avid Twitter user spoke with Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang at Salesforce's Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, revealing to the audience some lessons he tries to instill in the startups he invests in....

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The famed venture capitalist warns his companies about the risks of extravagant spending and gives his two cents on the next big thing in tech.

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5 Effective Social Media Marketing Tips That’ll Boost Your Business

5 Effective Social Media Marketing Tips That’ll Boost Your Business | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

It is not easy to lead a social media campaign, it requires a lot of planning, creativity and time. You have to stand out from the crowd, be different and be noticed. Furthermore, it can have so many different approaches it might seem confusing on where to start.


The important thing is to hone in on specific areas where you’ll be the most effective, and keep a consistency going with those steps so you’ll never fall behind. Much of that comes down to finding the proper channels where you market online, and not being overzealous as some new to business might be....

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Useful tips for better social marketing.

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Bradley Notaro's curator insight, Today, 11:09 AM

This article states and defines five effective social media marketing tips that will be beneficial to the success of a company’s overall business. The target for social media marketing is to “build a community of loyal customers” and these five tips will not only build that community but also build a company’s revenue. The first tip is “Setting a quota on your postings”, meaning limit and plan how many postings or tweet the company shall release in a day. The second tip is “Focus on each social media circle separately” which means to differentiate the posts the company releases between the different social media platforms. The third tip is “focusing on personalization in customer service”, which means the company should be focusing on building personal connections with each customer on the platforms. The fourth tip is to “start conversations rather than just post”, meaning when a company posts on a platform, they should initiate activity and draw customers attention to commenting on the post. The fifth tip is, “the use of Google+” because Google+ is an easier way to “nurture relationships with people in your industry, as well as customers.”

I believe this article articulates perfectly some of the target points that companies need to consider when posting on social media to promote their business. As a whole, this article was very informative and appropriately highlighted the tips that would make a business successful on social media.

Nick Lobasso's curator insight, Today, 12:27 PM

Social media marketing campaigns are not as easy as they seem.  They require planning and creativity.  Campaigns are not just formed over night; they take time to become implemented effectively.  You need to figure out ways to be unique and different from other brands in order for people to remember and recognize you.  These are five social media marketing tips that will help your business.  Set a limit to how many posts you will create each day.  You don’t want to go overboard with posts daily because then people may miss the most important posts.  Focus on each social media site differently; don’t post the same things on all your accounts because different people may not be interested in that on certain social media sites.  Another tip is to have positive customer service and respond to customers who make comments on your social media pages.  Start conversations with your customers rather than just posting random things.  By becoming engaged with your customers it shows that you care about them and not just about looking for a profit.  The last tip is to use Google + for a better way to have relationships with customers.

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Content Marketing Strategy – A Guide

Content Marketing Strategy – A Guide | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
So how do you create a good content marketing strategy? Today we are going to go through and show you how we create a good content marketing strategy that will be the basis of a long lasting website. We will not go into any gray hat or black hat techniques since I personally believe most of those don’t work with content marketing, and are a waste of time to try.
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What does your content marketing cycle look like? Here's a useful guide.

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Content Marketing Vampires: What’s Sucking the Life Out of Your Content?

Content Marketing Vampires: What’s Sucking the Life Out of Your Content? | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Not only are you hectically hurrying to close out the year on a good note, you’re also pressured to produce your budgeted marketing plan for the year to come. It can often feel like the month itself is draining your very life force… but maybe it’s not just the month. Maybe, you have something stalking you from the shadows… Maybe something is steering you down dark paths you’d normally avoid… Maybe… you have a vampire in your midst, and nowhere would it be more apparent, than in your content.

Your content, you see, is a reflection of the lifeblood of your organization. It carries all the qualities, characteristics, and attributes that make your organization unique and valuable to your target audience. Certain dark forces, however, can eat away and this energy in your content. These marketing vampires can manifest themselves in multiple forms, so to swiftly slay these evil spirits, here are 5 of the most common vampire varieties along with their most effective weaknesses.
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Scary, what content marketing challenges we face.

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Gorgeous Side Show Portraits by Artists Ransom & Mitchell - if it's hip, it's here

Gorgeous Side Show Portraits by Artists Ransom & Mitchell - if it's hip, it's here | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
San Francisco artists Ransom & Mitchell blend photography, digital painting and 3D CG to produce portraits of sideshow acts seen in traveling Carnivals from long ago.

These pieces were created by Jason Mitchell & Stacey Ransom for The Rough and Ready Sideshow, a group show at the Bash Contemporary. The show also includes artwork by Stephanie Vega, whose work I shared with you last Halloween, Alexandra Manukyan and Aunia Kahn.

Director/photographer Jason Mitchell and set designer/photo illustrator Stacey Ransom create highly detailed and visually lush portraits and scenarios by combining their talents with elaborate costumes, hair and make-up, props, hand-painted backdrops and set design. Then they add their own unique style of digital illustration and 3D computer generation.
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Intriguing digital multimedia and creativity at it's best.

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The 10 Pillars To Creating a Personal Brand in a Digital World

The 10 Pillars To Creating a Personal Brand in a Digital World | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Ever Googled yourself? What did you see? Did you like your web “you”?

That’s the only way some people see you today in a digital world.

You are defined by your online content, brand and persona. Sometimes a personal branding focus can be seen as an overt attempt of self promotion.

In crowded job market and a competitive business world some packaging and promotion is essential.
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What's your online brand? Jeff Bullas explorers.

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5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics | Cool Infographics

5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics | Cool Infographics | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Creating infographics using online tools has never been easier. In the last few years a number of online tools have emerged that allow anyone to create great visual content.  Whether you are working on a project for work, personal use, or social media, each new project starts with a template. With the dimensions laid out for you, you can focus your attention on quickly creating effective designs. Search, drag, and publish - it can be that simple.

These new tools are vector graphics applications that run in your browser as a replacement for using an expensive professional desktop application like Adobe Illustrator to put your infographic design together.  Each one offers different tools, image libraries, charts, fonts and templates as a starting point.  None of these have the full capabilities of a professional desktop application, but you probably don’t need that much power to create a simple infographic.

In this article, we take a quick look at 5 of the best online tools for creating infographics: Visme, Canva, Easel.ly, Piktochart, and Infogr.am. All of these tools are evolving quickly, and this is just a snapshot of their current capabilities.
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My favorite - Piktochat - gets a well-deserved positive review from Randy Krum at Cool Infographics.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 19, 9:58 PM

My favorite - Piktochat - gets a well-deserved positive review from Randy Krum at Cool Infographics.

Sean Hutchinson's curator insight, Today, 5:20 AM

A guide provided by www.coolinfographics.com. Proven to be the most highly effective way to grab the attention of your audience. 

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8 Must-Have Startup Tools

8 Must-Have Startup Tools | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Building your own business is no easy task, and it certainly requires a significant amount of sweat equity. Luckily, these eight startup tools are here to make the process quite a bit easier.
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It's a social media Swiss Army toolkit.
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Nathan Bachynski's curator insight, October 19, 9:34 PM

In a technologically based society such as today, it is essential for a startup company to use technology as well. A marketing strategy can only be effective when you're using the best tools to gather the most accurate information as efficiently as possible.

Oliver Durrer's curator insight, Today, 9:11 AM

Very helpful tools to help building your business more effectively and efficiently.

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5 Easy Tips for Terrific Titles

5 Easy Tips for Terrific Titles | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
When you think of your favourite book, movie or artwork, it’s the title that springs to mind. To the same effect, titles act like a hook in graphic design. They’re a feature element – so make sure they stand out!
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Here's how to create terrific titles for your blog or content.

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Gorgeous Typographic Covers For 26 Classic Books

Gorgeous Typographic Covers For 26 Classic Books | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

In September 2009, type designer Jessica Hische started what would become a wildly popular personal project: Daily Drop Caps, in which she intricately illustrated a decorative letter every day and uploaded it to her blog. Her lettering style modernizes an age-old typographic tradition: a drop cap is the single large letter that starts a book chapter, often seen in sacred texts or early editions of classic literature. The artform dates back to 2,000-year-old illuminated manuscripts.

Jessica Hische will debate the merits of algorithmic design at the 2014 Innovation by Design Conference, Wednesday, October 15, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York. Sign up today!

In collaboration with Penguin art director Paul Buckley, Hische has applied her colorful, ornate drop cap lettering to 26 book covers for classic works of literature and poetry--one for each letter of the alphabet. The Penguin Drop Caps series features bright jewels of book covers, each with an illustration of the first letter of the author’s last name, starting with Austen, Bronte, and Cather. The last batch of letters--X, Y, and Z for Xinran, Yeats, and Zafron--has just been released....

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Creativity with your coffee: gorgeous design from Jessica Hische. Recommended viewing. 10/10

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Venkatesh Iyer (venkyiyer.com)'s curator insight, October 19, 12:46 AM

Not sure if this kind of art would be suitable for books written today, but anyway, I am posting this because it's interesting.

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Man Infected with Ebola Misinformation Through Casual Contact With Cable News - The New Yorker

Man Infected with Ebola Misinformation Through Casual Contact With Cable News - The New Yorker | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

An Ohio man has become infected with misinformation about the Ebola virus through casual contact with cable news, the Centers for Disease Control has confirmed.

Tracy Klugian, thirty-one, briefly came into contact with alarmist Ebola hearsay during a visit to the Akron-Canton airport, where a CNN report about Ebola was showing on one of the televisions in the airport bar. “Mr. Klugian is believed to have been exposed to cable news for no more than ten minutes, but long enough to become infected,” a spokesman for the C.D.C. said. “Within an hour, he was showing signs of believing that an Ebola outbreak in the United States was inevitable and unstoppable.”

Once Klugian’s condition was apparent, the Ohio man was rushed to a public library and given a seventh-grade biology textbook, at which point he “started to stabilize,” the spokesman said....

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Sometimes laughter is the best medicine!

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Tools for Crafting Press Releases that Generate Better Results

Tools for Crafting Press Releases that Generate Better Results | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
News coverage is a top priority for brands because its third party credibility is more trusted than ads and favored heavily in search ranking algorithms. Even though social media has become a source for breaking news, journalists still rely on press releases as a credible source for stories.


According to a 2013 survey of PR Newswire for Journalists members, press releases are one of the top three sources used for stories and half of the journalists polled checked wire services at least once a day. Given that press releases are delivered directly to journalists who are interested in those topics, knowing how to make an impression right off the bat is key to inspiring media coverage....

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News releases still count in your marketing mix. 

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Linkedin opens the Economic Graph challenge - Linkurious

Linkedin opens the Economic Graph challenge - Linkurious | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Linkedin‘s vision is to create economic opportunities for the 3 billion people in the global workforce. Today, Linkedin is starting a competition to discover the best ways to use its data to make that vision a reality.


The Economic Graph


Linkedin has been vocal about its love of graphs. Its CEO Jeff Weiner explained that his company’s vision is to build a digital mapping of the global, the Economic Graph. Linkedin is not just a collection of resumes. Its users have built a rich dataset of skills, people, schools, companies, jobs or knowledge. All these entities are linked together and form the rapidly growing Economic Graph....

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Linkedin is launching the Economic Graph Challenge.

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35+ Awesome Image Hover Effect With Pure CSS3 | ninodezign.com

35+ Awesome Image Hover Effect With Pure CSS3 | ninodezign.com | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

If you are a web designer and looking for some great CSS3 effects for images then you are in the right place because we have collected some beautiful CSS hover effects for you which can give beautiful and stunning look to your website template.You’ve seen 20 awesome image hover effect in theprevious post. In this part we continue show you other awesome effect....

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These cool design tips are for geeky designers or bloggers with friends who can help put them into action.

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In A Digital World, Authenticity Can Make Or Break Your Brand

In A Digital World, Authenticity Can Make Or Break Your Brand | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

So why has the quest for transparency become the new normal?


“You can blame our increasingly fake and intentionally staged world,” said James H. Gilmore, a marketing trends forecaster and co-author of “Authenticity,” in an interview with CMO.com. “Authenticity has become the dominant lens through which consumers decide to buy something, just as quality and price were previously.”


Credit these six reasons why candor in marketing not only won’t go away, but is more important than ever....

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Transparency rules. Without it, your personal brand is at risk.

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Dean Ryan G. Martin's curator insight, Today, 1:45 AM

Be unique. The digital world needs it. 

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5 Outdated PR Elements And How They Have Evolved Today

5 Outdated PR Elements And How They Have Evolved Today | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Some things in the world of public relations will always stay the same: Be authentic. Strive for credibility. Build relationships. Create storylines. Act fast. Achieve thought leadership.

But, the ways in which we achieve some of these still-critical elements have changed greatly over the years.

From circulation numbers to embedded URLs, from event attendance to social presence, and from direct mail to SMS, the PR world is evolving. Here are five outdated practices that have undergone a modern makeover with successful results:
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Five old PR tools that needed new life.

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6 Essential Tips To Make Your Online Store Stand Out

6 Essential Tips To Make Your Online Store Stand Out | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Today plenty of online stores are ready to offer customers an extensive range of products and services that can meet all their needs and expectations. But with the enormous and ever-growing level of competition, web store owners have to think of retaining existing clients and drawing new ones to their website.

If you wish to avoid significant mistakes while growing your online store and creating a return customer base, it’s crucial to develop a long-term business strategy. In this article I will outline main aspects of such a strategy that will make a difference and allow your store to stand out.
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Learn what makes a great online store stand out.

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Seth's Blog: Famous to the family

Seth's Blog: Famous to the family | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
There is famous and there is famous to the family. Cousin Aaron is famous to my family. Or, to be less literal, the family of people like us might understand that Satya the milliner or perhaps Sarma Melngailis or Peter Olotka are famous.

And famous to the family is precisely the goal of just about all marketing now. You don't need to be Nike or Apple or GE. You need to be famous to the small circle of people you are hoping will admire and trust you. Your shoe store needs to be famous to the 300 shoe shoppers in your town. Your retail consulting practice needs to be famous to 100 people at ten major corporations. Your Wordpress consulting practice needs to be famous to 650 veterinarians or chiropractors. Famous the way George Clooney and George Washington are famous, but to fewer people.

By famous, I means admired, trusted, given the benefit of the doubt. By famous, I mean seen as irreplaceable or best in the world.

Here's how to tell if you're famous: If I ask someone in your community to name the person who is known for X, will they name you? If I ask about which store or freelancer is the best place, hands down, to get Y, will they name you? If we played 20 questions, could I guess you?

Being famous to the family is far more efficient than being famous to everyone. It takes focus, though.
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Love this Seth Godin concept of "famous to the family."

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Insight Management Academy's curator insight, Today, 11:18 AM

brilliant - if you are an insight manager, are you famous within  your business? are you the first port of call...?

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The Three Pillars Of Digital PR

The Three Pillars Of Digital PR | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
The growth of online has changed the world of Public Relations dramatically. Online has given PR a number of opportunities – engaged and larger audiences, groupings online of like-minded people. But it has also created its fair share of head-aches – people criticizing the company on the company’s own media and a fast-moving world which requires resource to keep track.

So, is digital PR really so different from traditional PR methods? Well, yes and no! The principles of PR still remain, with reputation management, stakeholder strategies and managing the spread of information all being crucial in digital PR. But the methods by which these are achieved are different in digital. I think that there are three pillars of Digital PR:
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Call me. Just don't call me PR.

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Are You Dropping the Ball on This Fantastic Outreach Marketing Tactic?

Are You Dropping the Ball on This Fantastic Outreach Marketing Tactic? | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Marketing with your consumers instead of at them. Easier said and written down than done. I know, I’ve been there.


Some days I used to give in to the temptation and many marketing dollars later I would remember why those disruptive marketing tactics don’t work.


…Other days, hopefully most days, I’ve got my best marketing hat on and I collaborate with my consumers instead of creating ads and graphics that come at them like a swarm of mosquitos. Point being, I’ve tested out many strategies and marketing with my target consumers has brought my company some amazing new business.


Don’t drop the ball and implement the easy but disruptive tactics. I’m about to outline my favorite ways and most effective ways to implement outreach marketing to collaborate with your audience. (Hint: you may want to print this one out and hang it on your wall by your monitor!)...

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Kristen Matthews shares her social marketing secrets.

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The Bad News About the News

The Bad News About the News | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

...Obviously, new technologies are radically altering the ways in which we learn, teach, communicate, and are entertained. It is impossible to know today where these upheavals may lead, but where they take us matters profoundly. How the digital revolution plays out over time will be particularly important for journalism, and therefore to the United States, because journalism is the craft that provides the lifeblood of a free, democratic society.


The Founding Fathers knew this. They believed that their experiment in self-governance would require active participation by an informed public, which could only be possible if people had unfettered access to information. James Madison, author of the First Amendment guaranteeing freedom of speech and of the press, summarized the proposition succinctly:

“The advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.”


Thomas Jefferson explained to his French friend, the Marquis de Lafayette, "The only security of all is in a free press. The force of public opinion cannot be resisted when permitted freely to be expressed.” American journalists cherish another of Jefferson's remarks: “Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.”

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Journalism struggles and we're not better for it. Excellent essay on the state of news media.

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Content Marketing Is Obviously Not Dead but These 4 Things Aren't Helping

If you're a marketer, copywriter, or business owner, then you might be sick and tired of hearing the words "content marketing" by now. Without a doubt, this term has been one of the most frequently used buzzwords of 2014 and it doesn't look like there's any end in sight.


And, it's not only the undeniable overuse of the words "content marketing" that has grown tired to some people; certain aspects of the practice are starting to wear. We often see the same old blog posts, clickbait headlines, and unintelligible Vine videos popping up in our feeds and it can make us wonder if this is what the future of advertising looks like.

Despite the growing exhaustion with the buzz word, there are still creative, entertaining, and ultimately profitable ways to go about using content for the sake of advertising or marketing. However, in order to do so, you have to make sure that you're avoiding these four things....

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People Are Laughing at Your LinkedIn Profile

People Are Laughing at Your LinkedIn Profile | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Dear LinkedIn Member,

People are looking at your LinkedIn profile, and they’re laughing at what you, in a public forum, have decided to present as your professional identity. Last week, five people (who chose to remain anonymous) scrolled through your hobbies and skills and broke into fits of laughter at each one.


When they looked at your employment history, noting the various part-time jobs and internships you thought it would be a good idea to include, they were almost in tears. I mean, come on—you like playing racquetball and you list “social media” as a skill? What does that even mean? You know what Twitter is and you own those weird-looking goggles?


Somebody give this man a job! Seriously, we hope that you have actually found a job and are not, in fact, starving to death because you are incompetent

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It's Sunday. Thank God for The New Yorker.

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All Star or No Star?? It's Your Profissionable Identity - You Decide.

Professional Profiling needed? I can assist you @ammmanda2014.

 

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Why Copyblogger Is Killing Its Facebook Page

Why Copyblogger Is Killing Its Facebook Page | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Just over three months ago, Brian Clark reached out to me for some extra help on the page.


He thought that, given the success I have with my own Facebook page, several others I’ve managed for clients over the years, and the rapidly growing Your Boulder Facebook page I manage for him, maybe I’d be able to bring some life to Copyblogger’s Facebook presence.


Yep, I said. Let me at it.


Well, today I’m here to tell you that we’re deleting the account. This is the last day you’ll see the Copyblogger Facebook page.


If you’ve ever been frustrated with an aspect of your social brand presence, you’ll want to keep reading — because there are countless reasons why Copyblogger is killing its Facebook page....

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It's a Facebook faceplant with some valuable social media lessons.

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Venkatesh Iyer (venkyiyer.com)'s curator insight, October 19, 12:50 AM

Some lessons to be learnt here, definitely.