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How to Write a Professional Bio for Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook & Google+

How to Write a Professional Bio for Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook & Google+ | mHealth | Scoop.it
“ In this post, we'll go over the universal principles of a great social media bio -- regardless of the network. We'll also take a look at the big social media networks -- Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ -- and discover how to make the most of ...”
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Corie Brown's curator insight, July 23, 2014 8:10 AM

Great advice for crafting effective bios on social media platforms...

Kathy Shelburne's curator insight, July 23, 2014 11:04 AM

Make your bio unique and avoid those overused words and phrases. Focus on what you've done not what you are capable of doing! Be funny and memorable.

XDS Marketing's curator insight, July 25, 2014 10:02 AM

In this new age of social media, how you display your character on your social channels will have a lot to do with how people trust you and want to engage... Showing true identity is essential to creating that  trust!

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Andrew Spong | The complete history of science fiction in one...

Andrew Spong | The complete history of science fiction in one... | mHealth | Scoop.it
“ The complete history of science fiction in one humongous infographic :O...”
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Social pharma faces: Andrew Spong

“ There can be few people familiar with digital pharma who have not heard of Andrew Spong, one of the earliest adopters of social media within healthcare. With a strong background in publishing, Andrew is more recently known for his pioneering work on driving the online healthcare conversation and for his consulting work advising pharmaceutical companies on how to get the most out of digital engagement.” But Andrew’s work goes far beyond the halls of big pharma, driven by a passion to unite different stakeholder groups in the healthcare landscape toward the common aim of better patient care. To this end, Andrew launched the healthcare social media Europe Tweetchat sessions (#hcsmeu) with Silja Chouquet back in 2009 – a move inspired by the US #hcsm chat established by Dana Lewis – which now sees many members get together every week and talk about current healthcare challenges through the medium of Twitter. “ We asked Andrew to clarify the aims and objectives of #hcsmeu, to explain what he perceives as core to healthcare social media and what successes and failures he sees within the digital pharma space. Andrew also elaborates on where he sees the healthcare social media space heading in the future and, within an area that can seem quite daunting, how he suggests social media novices within pharma take those first steps to getting involved.”
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Apollo Hospitals Group goes in for major revamp - The Hindu

Apollo Hospitals Group goes in for major revamp - The Hindu | mHealth | Scoop.it
“ The Hindu Apollo Hospitals Group goes in for major revamp The Hindu As Joint Managing Director, Ms. Sangita Reddy is also entrusted with the job of creating an IT-enabled patient-centric operation across the Apollo footprint.”
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Healthcare Providers in India Now Turning to Mobility Solutions

Healthcare Providers in India Now Turning to Mobility Solutions | mHealth | Scoop.it
“ Smartphones and remote monitoring in Healthcare are in. The Government of India wants it. The patients want it.”
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Pin by Andrew Spong on A Picture of Health | Pinterest

Pin by Andrew Spong on A Picture of Health | Pinterest | mHealth | Scoop.it
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