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Jacs Henderson presents an infographic of eight social media mistakes.
"To highlight some of the most overused buzzwords, we created this visual with 25 of the most overused buzzwords and how much their use has increased in print over the past 30 years.
John Tsantalis runs the blog - Profits Online.
See how today’s consumers use the power of social media to get satisfaction from companies.
These brief and occasionally humorous pointers will help keep you out of trouble.
Brie Weiler Reynolds introduces and presents an infographic on the topic.
"Con artists are a crafty group of people who know exactly how to deceive and control their victims, but their methods are as obvious as a slap in the face if you know what to look for,' says Dragan Radovanovic and Jessica Orwig.
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"Tales of the tech unicorn’s impending demise might be somewhat exaggerated.
"The Agnes + Day crisis intelligence team has designed an infographic that showcases the very important 10 new rules of crisis communications.
Kim Lachance Shandrow reports.
Mobile apps are powerful enough to enable the mobile small business.
Follow these tips to make sure your posts get noticed and get read.
"Is your company producing relevant, useful content?
"What are the rules of data visualization, a practice that draws on research into cognitive theory, graphical perception, statistics and journalism?
Staples presents 7 reasons why you should be using email in your marketing.
"Follow these steps to land your dream job: .
"Your body language speaks volumes about your mood and attitude.
"Even your best ideas mean nothing if no one listens to you.
"Japan is known for its complex rules for social behavior.
"Lithium Technologies, a social customer experience management platform, announced the results of a recent survey performed on its behalf by Harris Poll, finding that brands are increasingly under pressure by consumers to innovate," writes Justin Lafferty in a piece at AdWeek.
"But, as you may have noticed, a lot of people are trying to tell stories these days.
"Napoleon Hill, author of the best-selling 1937 book "Think and Grow Rich," explored the habits of the most likable people in his essay "Develop A Pleasing Personality," which was included in the book The Science of Success.