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6 Social Media Jobs That Will Be Big in 2014

6 Social Media Jobs That Will Be Big in 2014 | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
Social media skills are in demand and salaries are good for specialists.

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Jobs of the future!

Carol Rine's curator insight, January 18, 6:19 AM

Blogger for a career. Wow. That would be fun!

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Social Media: 20 Types of Content and Format that Engage

Social Media: 20 Types of Content and Format that Engage | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
The cry of “Content is King” has been a rallying call for bloggers and on-line publishers for years.
Creating and marketing your content is now as easy as typing text and uploading images and videos and then hitting the publishing button.
This has been facilitated by the advent of social networks and blogging software that facilitate fast efficient multi-media publishing.

 


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10 Essential Design Tools for Social Media Pros

10 Essential Design Tools for Social Media Pros | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
We've talked to the experts about what they use for inspiration, collaboration, and getting down to the business of design in a social media world. Here are some of the suggestions they offered up.

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Is Google+ A Failure? [Infographic]

Is Google+ A Failure? [Infographic] | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
It has become customary to compare social networks to each other.

This futuristic infographic-story is a nice way to present an analysis of what's happening to Google+


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