One of the best parts of this year's State of Community Management: The Value of Community Management report was that for the first time we were able to pull together quantitative data from community managers.
BuzzFeed is the content marketing darling we love to hate. Because while you were forcing your team to write blog posts on topics they hated, BuzzFeed saw more than 80 million unique visitors last month, earning 100 ...
Alexandra Salzedo's insight:
La creatividad se agota, no es permanente, pero siempre necesitamos un poco de ayuda. BuzzFeed refresca la mente, y tu comunidad se ve beneficiada por contenido entretenido y útil
ThillBlog-10-Things-not-to-say-to-a- It is getting to be that time of year again, the family holiday season is approaching. And with these events, come the questions. The “What do you do's” and the “What does that mean's” and ...
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