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Better biz storytelling tools -- Visual Thinking Landscape + cool videos!

Better biz storytelling tools -- Visual Thinking Landscape + cool videos! | Startups | Scoop.it

Visual thinking is a way to organize your thoughts and improve your ability to think and communicate. It’s a way to expand your range and capacity by going beyond the linear world of the written word, list and spreadsheet, and entering the non-linear world of complex spacial relationships, networks, maps and diagram.


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What a fab insight to add James! I think we can all learn a lot from ASL. Many thanks for the comment and showing readers another perspective.
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You are welcome Jose and have a great week!
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A beautiful, organic, yet precise look at visual thinking through to visual design:)

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10 Skills You Need to Succeed at Almost Anything - Lifehack

10 Skills You Need to Succeed at Almost Anything - Lifehack | Startups | Scoop.it
What does it take to succeed? A positive attitude? Well, sure, but that?s hardly enough. The Law of Attraction? The Secret? These ideas might act as sp

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How Up to Date is your Business Plan?

How Up to Date is your Business Plan? | Startups | Scoop.it

“ Ways for entrepreneurs to keep their business plan relevant and use as an important tool in obtaining capital”


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What is an Investor Looking for in your Business Plan?

What is an Investor Looking for in your Business Plan? | Startups | Scoop.it

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The Business Plan Team's curator insight, January 18, 2014 8:25 AM

Here are the core elements that you sould focus on.....

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Before You Write a Business Plan

Before You Write a Business Plan | Startups | Scoop.it
Successful entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa spells out the early stages very well in a BusinessWeek special report published in early 2008, “Before You Write a Business Plan.”

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The Business Plan Team's curator insight, October 14, 2014 4:26 AM

Good advice - still relevant now as it was.

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Ten top tips for start-ups

Ten top tips for start-ups | Startups | Scoop.it
With record numbers of people starting their own new business, hopefully 2014 will be another triumphant year for start-ups in the UK.

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The Business Plan Team's curator insight, February 25, 2014 12:28 PM

Guess what is number one on the list.... Yes! A Business Plan!

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Nine clever startup funding stories

Nine clever startup funding stories | Startups | Scoop.it
So you think your business idea is dead because you can’t find an investor? Most new entrepreneurs feel the same way.

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Trying different funding options can work when pitching your business plan ....

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The Ultimate Investor Pitch Deck Template

Great startups don’t fund themselves. Raising money from investors requires a great pitch, even for experienced founders with significant traction in their sta…

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When you have done your business plan sharpen up your pitch deck. Here's how.... 

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7 Lessons from 500, YC, Angelpad alum — How to Prepare For Any Accelerator Interview

7 Lessons from 500, YC, Angelpad alum — How to Prepare For Any Accelerator Interview | Startups | Scoop.it

This month 500 Startups and General Assembly teamed up to hold a pre-accelerator program. Last week, we had our mini Demo Day:

I led the final week of the program where, in addition to 60-second pitch workshops, Angel.co profile show-and-tell, and pitch deck review sessions, I organized mock accelerator interviews.

To help me, I called a few of my friends*, Ryan Jackson of Paid and Andrew Norris of Taplytics, both YCombinator alums, Mason Blake at UpCounsel and Tristan Pollock of Storefront (now EIR @500) who went through AngelPad, and Selcuk Atli and me from 500Startups (both of us with YC backgrounds from Boostable/inDinero).

We started with a panel introducing ourselves and the accelerator processes: YC does 10 minute interviews with a few partners and cares more about founders than ideas; 500 does a deeper dive over 20–30 min and focuses on people and growth. With Angelpad, you’ll be talking to Thomas and Carine, and there will be fewer companies in your cohort. Each pre-accelerator company then had a 5-minute mock interview with us.

Despite the differences between us and our accelerators, the six of us noticed very similar patterns in the founders. The following mistakes to avoid and advice will help you prepare for any accelerator interview (and some investor conversations, too!)

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Creating a good pitch, whether it is for an accelerator program or for any round of funding, can be challenging. There are a few guidelines that can help you overcome the most basic mistakes. This article spells it out. Read it, it will help tremendously. Excellent.

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There’s a dark side to startups, and it haunts 30% of the world’s most brilliant people

There’s a dark side to startups, and it haunts 30% of the world’s most brilliant people | Startups | Scoop.it
Tech entrepreneurs are struggling with depression in secret. Here's how some in the industry want to change that.

The smile on Austen Heinz's face was unguarded and brief. It was the involuntary, small upturn of the corners the mouth that escapes when something genuinely makes you happy.

For Heinz, it was seeing the surfers at Del Mar. He raised his phone to snap a photo for a friend.

Mike Alfred saw the grin on his face, so he took his own photo of his friend's happiness.

Heinz’s long, curly brown hair is whipping back in the wind secured only by a green San Francisco hat. A black North Face vest, one he’s wearing in most photographs, covers his dress shirt.

“He smiled for a brief moment, and it was so beautiful,” Alfred said. "That's the last picture I have of him smiling."

Heinz’s love of surfing with his sister, Jean, would be noted in his obituary, published a month later.

The founder and CEO of Cambrian Genomics took his own life May 24, two weeks after the trip to Del Mar. He was 31.

When news slowly spread on Twitter that Heinz had died by suicide, many were crushed and surprised.

"That was a reminder to me that you can’t predict which founders are struggling," said Y Combinator president Sam Altman. Read more: click image or title.

 

 

 

 

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It's not all unicorns and billions of dollars... there is a lot of struggle and failure. Be careful. Read this article and be prepared.

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A Guide to Winning Support for Your New Idea or Project - Harvard Business Review

A Guide to Winning Support for Your New Idea or Project - Harvard Business Review | Startups | Scoop.it
Persistence is key.

You’ve got an idea for something that will improve your company’s bottom line or make it a better place to work. Nice going. Now for the hard part: How do you get people on board? How do you get funding? And what should you do if your idea doesn’t catch on?

What the Experts Say
In an ideal world, you’d come up with a genius new idea, tell your coworkers about it, and they’d immediately grasp its brilliance. Your boss would love it — and you! — and give you the resources you need to execute it. But that’s not reality. “It’s very hard to start a new initiative,” says John Butman, author of Breaking Out: How to Build Influence in a World of Competing Ideas. “It’s hard to get people to listen to your idea, to understand your idea, and to take action.” It may be difficult, but it’s also a vital skill to master. “Organizations need to keep changing, adapting, and innovating,” he says. “If they don’t, they stagnate and disappear.” But it’s not only the success of your company that’s at stake, says Susan Ashford, professor of management and organization at Michigan’s Ross School of Business. The ability to get new initiatives off the ground is also critical to your career. “You want to stand out, be visible, and get noticed as a leader,” she says. “And one of the ways to do this is by suggesting change ideas and implementing them.” Here are some pointers on how to get your idea moving. Read more: click image or title.

 

 

 

 

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Coming up with new ideas or projects is challenging, especially when this entails to find funding for the idea. This article goes a little deeper in approaching how to proceed.

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Seedrs Equity Crowdfunding Site Raises over £4.5 Million for Assetz Capital, Trillion Fund, Landbay, CrowdLords, PledgeSports and CrowdCanDo

Seedrs Equity Crowdfunding Site Raises over £4.5 Million for Assetz Capital, Trillion Fund, Landbay, CrowdLords, PledgeSports and CrowdCanDo | Startups | Scoop.it
Seedrs, one of the largest crowdfunding firms in Europe focuses solely on equity investments, announced that peer-to-peer lender Assetz Capital has raised £3,179,750 from 731 investors through the Seedrs platform, the second largest campaign hosted by Seedrs to date.

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The Assetz Capital fundraising, which smashed its initial target of £2 million, was the second largest campaign hosted by Seedrs to date. The largest—which holds the record for the largest equity crowdfunding campaign ever in Europe—was Chapel Down Group’s £3.9 million fundraising through Seedrs in September 2014. Read more at http://crowdfundingPR.wordpress.com 

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13 Essential Tools to Check Cross-Browser Compatibility

13 Essential Tools to Check Cross-Browser Compatibility | Startups | Scoop.it
With an endless combination of modern and legacy browsers for users to choose from (depending on their system capabilities), it's our responsibility as designers and developers to ensure the websites we build perform adequately.

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How to Negotiate with VCs: One, Two, Three - HBR

How to Negotiate with VCs: One, Two, Three - HBR | Startups | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management. (A strongly recommended read!

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Ghislain Moret de Rocheprise's comment, May 11, 2013 4:04 PM
excellent article concernant la relation avec les VC
Jose Gonzalez's curator insight, February 25, 2014 8:52 PM

Cool !

Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, February 26, 2014 11:04 AM

Important article showing the motivations of VC's and startups, and how human motivations can influence deals even many years after they have been made. Highly recommended.

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Do You Have the Entrepreneurial 'X Factor?' - Entrepreneur

Do You Have the Entrepreneurial 'X Factor?' - Entrepreneur | Startups | Scoop.it

“Entrepreneur Do You Have the Entrepreneurial 'X Factor?' Entrepreneur There's a mysterious "X factor" shared by entrepreneurs around the world. Fledgling entrepreneurs reach for it, while the successful seem to wear it effortlessly.”


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The Business Plan Team's curator insight, January 18, 2014 5:07 AM
Well if you do have creativity and instinct it will help you get the ball rolling ..... But don't forget you will need 99% perspiration to get you to the finish line!
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8 things you should never, ever include in a pitch deck

8 things you should never, ever include in a pitch deck | Startups | Scoop.it
You have perfected your pitch and are feeling confident. But before you step into that big meeting, there are a few common stumbling blocks you should be aware of.

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The Business Plan Team's curator insight, September 22, 2014 7:27 AM

Avoid these in the pitch deck that accompanies your business plan..... 

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7 Big Things A Start-Up Must Have To Succeed

7 Big Things A Start-Up Must Have To Succeed | Startups | Scoop.it

Starting a new business in this economy may be tough, but it's not impossible. We broke down the top 7 things you should consider and prepare before you jump into launching your startup. 1.


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"Getting your business plan completed and making decisive moves to get your business off the ground quickly"
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The Rise Of The Hedge Fund Startup Investor (Again) | TechCrunch

The Rise Of The Hedge Fund Startup Investor (Again) | TechCrunch | Startups | Scoop.it

“The first question I thought of when I read that San Francisco hedge fund Coatue Management was the backer behind buzzy messaging app Snapchat's $50 million..”


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Know what the investor landscape looks like and tailor your business plan to their investment criteria....
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An Investor Reveals How To Land Your Startup's First Round Of Funding - Business Insider

An Investor Reveals How To Land Your Startup's First Round Of Funding - Business Insider | Startups | Scoop.it
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Steve Schlafman has been a member of the New York City tech community for years, as both an entrepreneur and an investor.

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The Business Plan Team's curator insight, February 5, 2014 3:38 AM

Great background on Venture Capital (and seed funding in general) if you are looking to fund your business plan....

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The Business Plan Team Blog: How Can You Tell Whether You Have A Genuine Business Opportunity?

The Business Plan Team Blog: How Can You Tell Whether You Have A Genuine Business Opportunity? | Startups | Scoop.it

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Before you get to the business of writing a business plan invest time to ensure you have a genuine business opportunity...

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My Kindle books for businesses, entrepreneurs, coaches, freelancers.

My Kindle books for businesses, entrepreneurs, coaches, freelancers. | Startups | Scoop.it
Visit Amazon.com's Marty Koenig Page and shop for all Marty Koenig books and other Marty Koenig related products (DVD, CDs, Apparel). Check out pictures, bibliography, biography and community discussions about Marty Koenig

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Bill Gates edges out Carlos Slim to regain title of "World's Richest"

Bill Gates edges out Carlos Slim to regain title of "World's Richest" | Startups | Scoop.it

The fastest way these days, is to bring your business to www.GlobalCEOspace.com


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Welcome to Project Soli - YouTube

Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. The sensor can track sub-millimeter motions at high speed and accuracy. It fits o...

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New Rules Allow Early Adopters to Become Early Investors

New Rules Allow Early Adopters to Become Early Investors | Startups | Scoop.it
Were you one of the first to identify Uber as a game changer?  What about being one of the first to use Amazon or Google in the early days? If you had..

Were you one of the first to identify Uber as a game changer?  What about being one of the first to use Amazon or Google in the early days?

If you had invested in Uber (now valued at $40B) in 2011, you would currently be sitting on a 600x return. Unfortunately, unless you were already very wealthy, securities laws would have prevented you from being able to invest in the these companies.

Early adopters have historically been prevented from crossing the threshold from customer to investor. However, a fundamental shift in the relationship between consumers and companies has been set in motion by new SEC regulations set to go into effect on June 19th.

Most early adopters interested in supporting private companies have been limited to rewards-based crowdfunding. This type of crowdfunding has proven to be a poor substitute for true early stage investing. Rewards-based crowdfunding websites such as Kickstarter allow individuals to pre-order products or donate towards something that they want to exist in the world. These “backers” do not get shares or equity in the company. Although these backers take on significant risk, they do not get any significant upside.

The story of Oculus VR is apt. Nearly two years after its celebrated rewards-based crowdfunding raise, Oculus was acquired by Facebook for $2B. Oculus’ early Kickstarter backers felt angered and betrayed. Though they had a sense of ownership in the company, they reaped no benefits from the transaction. Meanwhile, the institutional and accredited investors who invested in Oculus after the Kickstarter campaign (and in large part because of the Kickstarter campaign) made a large amount of money in a short period of time. $300 in equity in Oculus at the time of the Kickstarter campaign would have been worth approximately $45,000, a 145x return.

Successful technology startups owe it to their early adopters to let them participate in the company’s financial success.  These are the people who realized the company’s potential before the public and provided the momentum to turn that potential into a reality. Read more: click on image or title.




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Early adopters are part of the success of a startup and should be rewarded for their input and commitment. This article digests the new opportunities.

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Here are some of the key takeaways:

  • EMV cards are being rolled out with an embedded microchip for added security. The microchip carries out real-time risk assessments on a person’s card purchase activity based on the card user’s profile. The chip also generates dynamic cryptograms when the card is inserted into a payment terminal. Because these cryptograms change with every purchase, it makes it difficult for fraudsters to make counterfeit cards that can be used for in-store transactions.
  • To bolster security throughout the payments chain encryption of payments data is being widely implemented. Encryption degrades valuable data by using an algorithm to translate card numbers into new values. This makes it difficult for fraudsters to harvest the payments data for use in future transactions.
  • Point-to-point encryption is the most tightly defined form of payments encryption. In this scheme, sensitive payment data is encrypted from the point of capture at the payments terminal all the way through to the gateway or acquirer. This makes it much more difficult for fraudsters to harvest usable data from transactions in stores and online. 
  • Tokenization increases the security of transactions made online and in stores. Tokenization schemes assign a random value to payment data, making it effectively impossible for hackers to access the sensitive data from the token itself. Tokens are often “multiuse,” meaning merchants don’t have to force consumers to re-enter their payment details. Apple Pay uses an emerging form of tokenization. 
  • 3D Secure is an imperfect answer to user authentication online. One difficulty in fighting online fraud is that it is hard to tell whether the person using card data is actually the cardholder. 3D Secure adds a level of user authentication by requiring the customer to enter a passcode or biometric data in addition to payment data to complete a transaction online. Merchants who implement 3D Secure risk higher shopping-cart abandonment.
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15 Insanely Actionable Storytelling Tips For Your Next Business Presentation | Nuts & Bolts

15 Insanely Actionable Storytelling Tips For Your Next Business Presentation | Nuts & Bolts | Startups | Scoop.it

"Great corporate storytellers do two things very well: First (obviously), they tell stories. Second, through their stories, they get people to take action.

 

You might be thinking, “That’s great if you’re Steve Jobs, but how do I even begin turning my dry, everyday material into a story…let alone a gripping one?”

 

Well today I’m going to help you out with 15 insanely actionable storytelling tips and tricks to get you into the storytelling mindset, regardless of what type of material you’re working with."

 

Read the full article to find out more about these tips:

Find Your Characters And Make Them The Focal Point Of Your PresentationSet The Stage By Describing Where You Are Now And Where You Want To Be In The FutureDescribe What Needs To Be Overcome And Highlight Why This Will Be DifficultEmotionally Invest Your Audience In The Struggle (Define Failure Or The Status Quo)Emotionally Invest Your Audience In The Outcome (Define What Success Looks like)Challenge Your Audience’s Assumptions By Adding A TwistOnboard Your Audience With An Interesting Metaphor THEY Can Relate ToShow Your Audience Exactly What You Are Talking AboutHighlight The Important By Cutting Out The UnimportantUse Sound Effects To Anchor Important Details In Your PresentationUse Silence To Create Emphasis And Draw Your Audience Into Your StoryCreate A Warm Fuzzy Feeling By Sharing A Personal Or Vulnerable ExperiencePace Out Your Story To Allow Your Audience To BreatheTurn Your Important Data Points Into Memory GlueEnd Your Story With A Bang And Then Shut Up
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Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)'s curator insight, April 27, 1:12 AM

I like how each tip is laid out with steps, examples, and how it will improve your story. 


You can also download the article as a pdf (link is in article)

Karen Dietz's curator insight, April 28, 6:19 PM

I like this piece! At first I was thinking, "Oh no, here's another headline designed to jerk my chain!" I think it's the word "insanely" that made me skeptical. But I check it out anyway, and am glad I did.


Why? Because it has some very refreshing things to say about structuring a storied presentation that will bring on the Wow! factor. And there are some great points about delivery, also.


There's a lot to gain from this post that contains material I usually don't see when authors write about storytelling and presentation.


Follow these tips here and I think you will win big next time you speak to a group.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

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75 Resources for Writing Incredible Copy that Converts | KISSmetrics

75 Resources for Writing Incredible Copy that Converts | KISSmetrics | Startups | Scoop.it

Excerpt from the article by KISSmetrics:
"Writing great copy is one of the most useful skills a marketer can develop. After all, copy is a key element of successful internet marketing across the board, from emails with sky-high open rates to blog posts that get shared hundreds or even thousands of times.

Masterful copywriting plays a big part in the difference between a website that converts like crazy and one that simply falls flat, failing to engage potential customers.

This resource guide provides links that will give you a strong foundation for writing great web copy.
Here are the main sections of the article:

E-books, Articles, Infographics, and Guides to Get You Started with Web Copywriting;Must-Read Books on Direct Response Marketing and Copywriting;Copywriting Courses;The Best Websites and Blogs about Copywriting;How to Write Amazing Headlines;How to Write Phenomenal CTAs (Call to Actions);SEO Copywriting – How-To’s, Tips, and Best Practices;How to Write E-commerce Copy that Sells;Conversion Copywriting and Landing Pages;


These 75 resources should be enough to get you started on your way to becoming a web copy samurai..."

Each section is analyzed with detailed resources and and external links. Read full original article:
http://blog.kissmetrics.com/75-copywriting-resources/

 

 

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, February 23, 2014 11:45 AM

Great resource, take advantage of it.

Here are a few more: this information is from SBI/Sitesell, an organization teaching people how to set up their own websites and do it right! They work with the principle of CTPM, which means Content, Traffic, Pre-Sell, Monetize. Tens of thousands of regular people, meaning no IT experts, have set up their sites and chosen their niche. There are many success stories. I for one started a little over a year ago and I have a site now with more than 400 visitors daily! I had no clue how any of this worked before.

Now here is the link to some free e-books that SBI gives away as an introduction. At the same link you see also some ways to try out some of the SBI tools. The links are in part 2, so scroll down a bit and you’ll see a grid with free ebooks. Those have everything you need to learn about copywriting and also marketing online. Incredible resource.
http://freetrial.sitesell.com/welcome23.html

Let me know if this works for you!


PS: I added this as a comment to the article.

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7 Signs That You Have Social Intelligence

7 Signs That You Have Social Intelligence | Startups | Scoop.it
Are you using social intelligence to improve your marketing? Check off these 7 items to know for sure.
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Jose Gonzalez's curator insight, November 30, 2013 11:54 PM

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