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8 Twitter Best Practices

8 Twitter Best Practices | DPG Online | Scoop.it
Of all the popular social media channels, I’d say that Twitter is probably the most intimidating. But once you learn its unique language of tweets, hashtags, and handles, Twitter opens up a world of opportunities to promote your cause or business.

Via Manuel Thomas, Kalani Kirk Hausman, Malhar Barai, Mike Ellsworth, steve batchelder
DPG plc's insight:

it is intimidating but the most rewarding

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Mike Ellsworth's comment, February 26, 2013 9:09 AM
Thanks for the reScoop, Don!
Lauran Star's curator insight, February 26, 2013 7:35 PM

8 Twitter Best Practices.

Mike Ellsworth's comment, March 5, 2013 7:07 AM
Thanks for the reScoop, Benjami!
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What If You Don't Want to Be a Manager?

What If You Don't Want to Be a Manager? | DPG Online | Scoop.it

Seventy-six percent of employees don't want their boss's job. So what's their career path?

 

Imagine that you've invested years of blood, sweat and tears at work, and have successfully climbed the corporate ladder, only to wake up one day and realize that you sort of hate what you're doing. Sure, you used to love it, and the more successful you became, the higher up the ranks of management you went. But now, instead of doing the hands-on work that you loved, you find yourself buried in managerial tasks like budgeting and supervising people that leave you feeling numb at best. You find yourself in the ironic position where all your hard work and success have landed you in a job that leaves you feeling empty, frustrated, and unfulfilled. That's what happened to me. But how? Or better yet, why?


Via Martin Gysler
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Martin Gysler's curator insight, January 3, 2013 2:33 AM

Are you on track in your career? If not, or if you are not sure, this post will give you an interesting insight into the different possibilities to change something.

 

The author explains that she was on the wrong track and has made the necessary changes to find his way, an excellent article.