Tag Archives: social media

Social media, big data, innovation, ingredients for business success’

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Content Curation: Is It Right For You And How To Do It Well

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By Brittany Huber As companies worry more about delivering content consistently, many are turning to content curation, the gathering and displaying of content relative to a particular subject or company, to augment both the volume and the style and subject matter of the content they can provide. It can be extremely effective if done well, but like anything, it can ...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Twitter Lead Generation Cards

By Darren Braybrook Twitter lead generation cards are a great way to advertise on Twitter and gain leads from interested parties. Here is our beginners guide to setting one up. Start by logging into Twitter, then select the settings button in the top right of the screen and click on Twitter Ads. This will then take you through to the ...

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Apple App Store Now Features ‘Sharing Selfies’ Section

By James Kosur Just days after General Colin Powell revealed his own selfies from the past, the team at Apple have released a new App Store section titled ‘Sharing Selfies.’ The new ‘Sharing Selfies’ section includes the likes of Picr, Frontback, Everyday, Shots, SnapDash, 1 Second Everyday, and of course Snapchat. The section offers a variety of free and paid ...

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Automation: More Than Saving Keystrokes

By Mike Bushong It wasn’t that long ago that networking talk was all about the cost of equipment. With CapEx as the primary pain point, everyone was talking about merchant vs. custom silicon, with the primary argument being that a move to common components would provide margin relief in what has to be the most margin-sensitive industry in tech. Now, ...

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The Best Ways to Turn Angry Customers Around

By Katrina Manning One day, you’re going about your work, feeling happy to have met your deadlines and enjoying a good level of self-confidence. Then, like a sucker punch, POW! comes an angry customer, undeniably irate with something you did or didn’t do. Whether you’re a business owner or employee, we have all had those gut-wrenching moments trying to recall ...

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What Gardening Can Teach Us About Donor Stewardship

By Richard Freedlund This has been my first real winter after living in the Northwest for 27 years. They tell me spring is coming soon, although I’m a little wary, because it snowed again here in Northern Illinois yesterday. If and when the weather finally warms up, one of the things I look forward to the most is planting a ...

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Building Forms with Purpose – 3 Questions to Ask

By Brian Johnson As marketing automation platforms become more popular, marketing departments have the ability to build forms for all occasions. In my role, I am usually focused on the technical aspects of a form. I try to determine what UX techniques will meet the requirements and ensure that data is being collected in the proper format for any downstream ...

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