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Top 5 Web Design Trends For 2015 | Infographic

Top 5 Web Design Trends For 2015 | Infographic | Social business | Scoop.it

Is your website ready for 2015? Here are 5 of the new trends to look out for in the coming year. From Mobile Focus, Interactive, Flat, Simple, and Single Page Designs – stay ahead of the curve and get on trend for the New Year. Our easy to follow visual guide will show you the way.


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Tony Guzman's curator insight, January 29, 2015 9:55 AM

This infographic shares five trends in web design for this year.

Nedko Aldev's curator insight, March 5, 2015 4:25 AM

 

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Scott Wachtel's curator insight, March 13, 2015 4:05 PM

Major points are spot on. if you're not optimized for mobile reach you are limiting your exposure and potential income.

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Socialogy Interview: Maddie Grant

Socialogy Interview: Maddie Grant | Social business | Scoop.it
“I learned about Maddie Grant because of the recent Manifesto she wrote on the future of work, which was recommended by several contacts. After reading it, I immediately asked for an interview.About...”
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The #FutureOfBusiness Is Social: Adapt Or Die

The #FutureOfBusiness Is Social: Adapt Or Die | Social business | Scoop.it
“I spoke to someone the other day, who, like me, was trying to sell nascent technology/solutions to businesses who, largely, were less inclined to buy, let alone, understand these new products/services. This gentleman imparted a conversation he had with a current client, who was frustrated with the way things are today to sell his service: …”
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A business within the business — The Connected Company — Medium

A business within the business - The Connected Company - Medium
“A lot of problems in business could be solved if we could align the interests of employees and managers with owners.”
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Barbara's curator insight, October 24, 2015 4:25 AM
Als je dit artikel leest begrijp je waarom moderne marketing geen "feestje van de marketingafdeling" moet zijn. Het raakt alle business divisies. Organiseer een kick Off workshop rondom een waardepropositie.
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How To Create A Social Media Marketing Plan In 6 Steps

How To Create A Social Media Marketing Plan In 6 Steps | Social business | Scoop.it
“Creating your social media marketing plan shouldn't be that hard. Here's a 6-step guide on how to create a social media marketing plan.”
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9 of the Best Free Social Media Analytics Tools

9 of the Best Free Social Media Analytics Tools | Social business | Scoop.it
“ Want to know what's working on social media? These 9 free analytics tools can help!”
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10 secrets that will make your life as a Social Media Manager much easier - Twitter Counter Blog

10 secrets that will make your life as a Social Media Manager much easier - Twitter Counter Blog | Social business | Scoop.it
“Take a big breath and master these ten secrets that will help you save a ton of time and turn social media management into a piece of cake.”
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Do You Know The Use of Social Media in Business Communication?

Do You Know The Use of Social Media in Business Communication? | Social business | Scoop.it
“The use of social media as a communication tool internally facilitate your employees, customers and partners on how to distribute and access information.”
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IBM Study: If You Don't Have a Social CEO, You're Going to be Less Competitive - Forbes

IBM Study: If You Don't Have a Social CEO, You're Going to be Less Competitive - Forbes | Social business | Scoop.it
“ The list of the world’s CEOs regularly includes celebrities, billionaires, big egos, risk takers, and failures. What it does not include are social media experts; but that’s about to change.”
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Beach Buzz Media's curator insight, April 28, 2013 4:07 PM

The change is coming quickly!

theWebChef's curator insight, April 29, 2013 10:52 AM

Beyond the CEO, the whole "C-Suite" should be social to interpret and intercept ideas and to innovate for the future success of the business. 

Ted Fickes's curator insight, May 20, 2013 2:45 PM

I think a CEO - or any c-suite person - can really screw up the "be social" thing but being good at online networks is probably, by now, a basic expectation for most organizations and businesses. More valuable than a good golf game, perhaps. 

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Are CEOs “Getting It” Before the Rest of Us?

Are CEOs “Getting It” Before the Rest of Us? | Social business | Scoop.it
“Get a copy of IBM’s recent report on research they did with CEOs (hat tip to SmartBrief for pointing me there).”
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Being Human Creates Higher Returns

Being Human Creates Higher Returns | Social business | Scoop.it
“human terms. Yet instead of measuring the organizations human abilities leaders still focus on measuring, thinking and chasing outcomes in financial terms.”
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As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify

As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify | Social business | Scoop.it
“Why do people feel so miserable and disengaged at work? Because today's businesses are increasingly and dizzyingly complex -- and traditional pillars of management are obsolete, says Yves Morieux. So, he says, it falls to individual employees to navigate the rabbit's warren of interdependencies. In this energetic talk, Morieux offers six rules for "smart simplicity." (Rule One: Understand what your colleagues actually do.)”
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10 Reasons Your Business Needs to Use Social Media - Adam Houlahan

10 Reasons Your Business Needs to Use Social Media - Adam Houlahan | Social business | Scoop.it
“Social Media is no longer an optional tool for business, here are 10 good reasons your business needs to be using social media as soon as possible.”
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Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic)

Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic) | Social business | Scoop.it

A new infographic produced by AdWeek draws off data to break down 2015/2016 social network demographics. The data is reposted in its entirety.

Social Network Demographics: Key TakeawaysEmbedded in these six pie charts is some very valuable information. If you’re not a data-person, we’ve got a few observations of our own for you to chew over. Find key takeaways from this chart at the article link.


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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, February 16, 3:54 PM

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drula eric's curator insight, February 16, 11:04 PM

De tous les moyens de promotion, il est probablement mieux adapté aux petites entreprises par son coût et surtout son efficacité.
Nous sommes tous inscrits sur les réseaux sociaux comme Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, ... nous avons tous des relations liées (amis, abonnés) avec des gens en harmonie avec notre entreprise. Ces relations probablement lu vos messages et à tour de rôle au prorata de leurs amis. . Dans le temps nous l'avons appelé le bouche à oreille, il a très bien fonctionné, même si le nombre d'épis était limitée
Aujourd'hui, il est ce qu'on appelle «faire du marketing viral."
Avec l'apanage des réseaux sociaux du nombre d'épis est immense.
Les obstacles et les difficultés:
Le nombre d'abonnés pour être significative (de l'expérience promu 20.000 abonnés génère des dizaines de consultations. Moduler la figure en fonction de l'industrie)
l'extension rapide du mur ou de nouvelles RSS rend votre communication éphémère. Il est rare que votre abonné dépasse les 10 premiers postes. Tu vas avoir ?? poster ?? promotions à des moments adaptés à vos abonnés. Pour surmonter ces obstacles, vous devrez investir du temps.
Par contre cette méthode présente plusieurs avantages:
. Un coût de pas de communication
. L'assurance, même si vous êtes dans un secteur très concurrentiel
Le retweet, je voudrais le ou l'un qui transforme votre abonné prescripteur.

https://futurenet.club/u/esselte974

Benito Caetano's curator insight, February 19, 2:28 AM

Unos gráficos para echarles un rato...

 

La tendencia general hacia arriba en número de usuarios ratifica el poder de las redes en la comunicación social, pero su distribucion aconseja un análisis detallado de cada caso y una aplicación estratégica de cada acción que se acometa sobre estos canales.

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People, not products

People, not products - Enrique Dans - Medium

The signs would seem to indicate that we are seeing the start of a transition between business models …


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The #FutureOfBusiness Is Social: Adapt Or Die

The #FutureOfBusiness Is Social: Adapt Or Die | Social business | Scoop.it
“I spoke to someone the other day, who, like me, was trying to sell nascent technology/solutions to businesses who, largely, were less inclined to buy, let alone, understand these new products/services. This gentleman imparted a conversation he had with a current client, who was frustrated with the way things are today to sell his service: …”
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Which Type of Leader Are You? A Look at 6 Distinct Leadership Styles [Infographic]

Which Type of Leader Are You? A Look at 6 Distinct Leadership Styles [Infographic] | Social business | Scoop.it

Explore the ROI of employee motivation and what emotional intelligence has to do with leadership.


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Innovation Excellence | Debunking Disruptive Innovation – Why Disruptive Innovation is NOT a Strategy

Innovation Excellence | Debunking Disruptive Innovation – Why Disruptive Innovation is NOT a Strategy | Social business | Scoop.it
“ Disruptive innovation has become business' biggest paradigm. Harvard's Clayton Christensen coined the term and the New Yorker's Jill Lapore recently tore it down. While many companies scramble to create disruptive innovation strategies, the problem is that it isn't a linear process or methodology. No single strategy or theory (even the theory of disruptive innovation itself) has captured how it really works or how to do it.”
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Learn Grow Engage

Learn Grow  Engage | Social business | Scoop.it
“ The key to growing an established blog lies in understanding your blog audience and what you want from them, as this article explains.”
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10 secrets that will make your life as a Social Media Manager much easier - Twitter Counter Blog

10 secrets that will make your life as a Social Media Manager much easier - Twitter Counter Blog | Social business | Scoop.it
“Take a big breath and master these ten secrets that will help you save a ton of time and turn social media management into a piece of cake.”
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IBM Study: If You Don't Have a Social CEO, You're Going to be Less Competitive - Forbes

IBM Study: If You Don't Have a Social CEO, You're Going to be Less Competitive - Forbes | Social business | Scoop.it
“ The list of the world’s CEOs regularly includes celebrities, billionaires, big egos, risk takers, and failures. What it does not include are social media experts; but that’s about to change.”
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Beach Buzz Media's curator insight, April 28, 2013 4:07 PM

The change is coming quickly!

theWebChef's curator insight, April 29, 2013 10:52 AM

Beyond the CEO, the whole "C-Suite" should be social to interpret and intercept ideas and to innovate for the future success of the business. 

Ted Fickes's curator insight, May 20, 2013 2:45 PM

I think a CEO - or any c-suite person - can really screw up the "be social" thing but being good at online networks is probably, by now, a basic expectation for most organizations and businesses. More valuable than a good golf game, perhaps. 

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The future of business is here.

“Humanize is a guided tour of what the next era in management is going to look like.”
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Maddie Grant's curator insight, August 11, 2013 2:05 PM

"Throughout human history, we have been dependent upon machines to survive. Fate, it seems, it not without a sense of irony. "

- Morpheus, in The Matrix, 1999

Humanize is a guided tour of the next era in management.

The current era in management is winding down. It started 100 years ago, when management was invented by people who were focused on efficiency and productivity and modeled the way we run organizations after machines. This has worked for us. We have become very productive over the last century.


But this approach has limitations, the most obvious of which is our inability engage employees in their work. 70% are disengaged, and the numbers have been like that for years. That’s a lot of potential, wasted. And we’re also finding that our organizations have become too slow. Regardless of size, we can’t keep up with the pace of change. These are two of a growing list of management problems that never seem to go away—an indicator of an era coming to a close.

Humanize is a guided tour of what the next era in management is going to look like. Inspired by the ways in which social media has been successful, we identify twelve aspects of organizational life, spanning across culture, structure, process, and behavior, that will allow us to retain our machine-like efficiency while simultaneously solving our most pressing management problems (e.g., engagement, agility).


Each aspect is a door to be opened, a path to be followed, where you can experiment with what this new way of leading and managing will look like. And it doesn’t matter where you are in the org chart. We all will have the opportunity to define this new era of management. The book gives you examples from companies who are embracing these ideas already and provides resources for you to plan your own activities.


So come join the movement. Help us usher in this new era of management and leadership. We’re encouraged by the growing body of research, writing, and practice that is bringing this new approach to life. Join us.

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Is Today's Definition of Social Business the Right One?

Is Today's Definition of Social Business the Right One? | Social business | Scoop.it
“Perhaps agencies and organizations need to look just a little more closely at their definition of a social business.”
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Big Is the Next Big Thing

Big Is the Next Big Thing | Social business | Scoop.it
“Large companies are going digital in big ways, moving from disrupted to disrupters.”
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People, not products

People, not products - Enrique Dans - Medium

The signs would seem to indicate that we are seeing the start of a transition between business models …


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