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The average LinkedIn user is more engaged than you think - Brafton

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The average LinkedIn user is more engaged than you think
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LinkedIn may not be the sexiest social network. Let's face it.

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Content Writing Business Funding

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Weekend Reading: Tips for Branding Yourself on SlideShare

Weekend Reading: Tips for Branding Yourself on SlideShare | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
Ditch the job title. How to brand yourself using SlideShare: http://t.co/Lc6v05yFkQ
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The truth behind Obamacare 6 million figure - CNNMoney

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The truth behind Obamacare 6 million figure. By Tami Luhby @Luhby January 13, 2014: 4:31 PM ET. Healthcare.gov fails the uninsured. NEW YORK (CNNMoney).
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The 21 Most Essential Media Training Links | Media Training Tips | Mr. Media Training

The 21 Most Essential Media Training Links | Media Training Tips | Mr. Media Training | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
Here are 21 links to what I believe are the most important media training tips you need to know to be an effective media spokesperson.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 14, 2014 3:15 PM

Brad Phillips provides valuable media training tips.This is essential reading for any spokesperson, interviewee in crisis or CEO preparing to face reporters. Recommended reading. 9/10

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31 Must-Read Social Media Marketing Articles | Social Media ...

31 Must-Read Social Media Marketing Articles | Social Media ... | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
See which social media marketing articles our writers found most valuable and helpful.
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The Branding Of Your Own Business - Forbes

The Branding Of Your Own Business - Forbes | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
The Branding Of Your Own Business Forbes Before you actually hire any employees in marketing and branding make sure you understand and have access to professional and competent advice on all the legal scaffolding necessary in your state for...
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▶ Christmas Flower Arrangements London - YouTube

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The Next Corporate-Friendly Trade Pact | In These Times

The Next Corporate-Friendly Trade Pact | In These Times | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it

It’s been a rough few months for the United States Trade Representative (USTR), the federal agency that hammers out U.S. trade policy. By year’s end, negotiators were expected to be putting the finishing touches on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), an agreement covering Pacific Rim economies such as Australia, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia, while quietly making progress on a brand-new, long-heralded trade pact with the European Union: the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

 

But public awareness of the TPP—a sweeping, secretive deal that critics call “NAFTA on steroids”—quickly evolved into public backlash. That uproar, in turn, helped fuel a mini-rebellion in Congress. Last month, 151 House Democrats signaled their opposition to fast-tracking the deal, stymying any hope that the TPP—or an eventual trade pact with the EU—will pass in the form that negotiators want. Meanwhile ongoing revelations of the United States’ global spying habits have thrown an unexpected wrench into negotiations with Europe. As the European Parliament moves to draft new stricter rules on data protection, the tech industry and its allies in Congress are pressing American negotiators to combat “digital protectionism.”

 

It was in this delicate context that negotiators met in Washington on December 16 for the third round of TTIP talks.

 

Much like the TPP, the TTIP isn’t about eliminating traditional trade barriers such as tariffs. U.S. and EU tariffs already average less than 3 percent, some of the lowest in the world. Instead, the buzz phrase that TTIP advocates like to use is “regulatory harmonization.” The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, for its part, calls for “regulatory coherence” and “regulatory cooperation.” Essentially, it’s all about better matching up U.S. and European regulations on a broad range of matters: financial services, environmental issues, labor relations, car safety, online data protections and even the chemical make-up of cosmetics—though it remains unclear what exactly would be covered in any final agreement.

 

On the face of it, standardizing regulations isn’t inherently bad. The European Union, after all, has some of the most progressive regulations on the globe. But critics on both sides of the Atlantic are worried the agreement will eventually settle for the lowest common denominator—some kind of nightmarishly corporate-friendly mix of European financial regulations (there’s no Dodd-Frank in the EU) and American regulations on the environment and food safety (the EU bans GMOs, hormone-treated beef and chlorine-washed poultry products).

 

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5 Reasons To Monitor Employee Computer Usage Now – And 1 Reason Not To!

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Have You Signed Up For Our Next Webinar? 

Date: Thursday, 9 January, 2014 Time: 2:00 PM GMT (London)


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Sign up for the chance to win an ipad mini!

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What designers need to make wearable tech exciting again

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Amin Zayani is the tech evangelist and maker-in-residence at Relayr. The Verge’s list of “best wearables of 2014” is mainly comprised of objects for around the wrist which can record fitness information and show phone notifications.

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A Short Essay on Destination Branding by Günter Soydanbay

A Short Essay on Destination Branding by Günter Soydanbay | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it

"Working with a destination is arguably the toughest brand assignment. Experts, such as Simon Anholt think that you cannot “brand” a place in the traditional sense of the word. As someone who got involved in a couple of place branding projects, I tend to agree. Here is why…

Based on my personal experience, many branding projects (and most of the destination branding projects) start with a common misconception: People focus too much on the brand (the noun), and too little on branding (the process.)"


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Fall in love with Valentine's Day travel ideas | Travel | Life & Style ...

Fall in love with Valentine's Day travel ideas | Travel | Life & Style ... | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
EXPLORE these top three travel ideas for wooing your partner this Valentine's Day.
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10 Creative Direct Mail Ideas to Stand Out in the Crowd

10 Creative Direct Mail Ideas to Stand Out in the Crowd | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
Creative direct mail can make a big difference in your ROI. These ten ideas can help your direct mailings get noticed...and not thrown in the trash.
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Tips to creating better contents in 2014

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This article discussed the best tips to creating better contents in 2014 covering content quality, types of content to create and other important tips.
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How ordering of Flowers is Changing with Technology

How ordering of Flowers is Changing with Technology | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it
You may have given flowers to your friends, lover, and to your parents to express you love, gratitude, appreciation, care, concern, and simply for no reason at all. But

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What will you do, if you have to gift flowers to someone. You will go to florist shop, then order a bouquet and go to gift this bouquet. But technology made it easier. Now you can order flowers on your smartphone and get it delivered by online florist shops.

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‘2014 is the year of hard truths’ for the UK – and for the No campaign | Yes Scotland

‘2014 is the year of hard truths’ for the UK – and for the No campaign | Yes Scotland | Corporate Branding | Scoop.it

This morning George Osborne said ‘2014 is the year of hard truths’.

With plans to cut another £25 billion from government spending, he set out the bleak prospects of a No vote for those struggling to find security and afford the cost of living.

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Celebrating the Craft Beer Boom in 2014 - Richmond.com

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Celebrating the Craft Beer Boom in 2014
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... as a beer destination. Richmond Breweries United aims to double the Richmond craft beer portion of the market in 2014 (which reflects, incidentally, the 2013 growth).
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