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"Education and learning could look radically different in the next few years," writes Tim Barseghian.
"As social media continues to become more prevalent in people’s lives, ambitious entrepreneurs are bound to capitalize by finding the next “hot” service in the industry.
"Here are some things to think about when you are writing a post for your social network.
"Many, if not most, employers hunt for job-hunters in the exact opposite way from how most job-hunters hunt for them," says Richard Bolles, author of the popular "What Color Is My Parachute" series of job-hunting manuals.
"Much has been written about how to write the perfect tweet, from what link shortener to use to how many characters to leave room for retweets.
Francisco Rosales is the author of SocialMouths.
This infographic explores the question - Is it still worth it to go to college?
"Have you ever observed what happens in a minute of your browsing the net.
Susan Adams covers the "new rules of business etiquette" in a Forbes.
Maggie Messitt (photo, left) has been "on the search for some great grammar and writing infographics to include within my digital classroom.
This flowchart embodies the rumor-response process used by the U.
More and more companies rely on the social web to influence customers before the sale and support them after; these statistics explain why social help is becoming so pervasive.
"While most consumers might be familiar with Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it's not the end-all, be-all of bankruptcy in the U.
"This infographic provides a visual guide and a brief synopsis of different uses for Twitter.
Gaye Crispin (photo, left) presents an infographic - The 36 Rules of Social Media.
"Here’s an interesting infographic from Fathom on the power of storytelling that I wanted to share.