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Information Overload Tips from Bob O’Hare

Bob O’Hare saw the email and information overload problems firsthand as a change agent and executive coach. His quest is for people and companies to re-think email communications, change email management behavior, get the benefits from email, unload the overload and save precious time. His book, Unload Email Overload, is full of great ideas for doing just […]

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Social Media Presence Can Drive Up Stock Prices

It seems that barely a week passes and another reason appears for managers to promote their company’s business via social media. Popularity on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and more can affect a business’s stock prices. A recent study conducted by a Pace University post-graduate student in conjunction with Famecount indicated that the […]

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Infographic: LinkedIn Stats and Tips

Chances are you fall into the set of 200 Million registered LinkedIn users. If you are still not sure about joining, perhaps this recent infographic will help make a case for the network. We have posted about how LinkedIn is relevant for recruiters (and again for April Fools day) but this will serve as a […]

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What do you need to know in order to be popular on twitter and to have a large follower count?

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What can you do if a Twitter hashtag campaign backfires?

Users start using the hashtag to promote other competitors or use it for negative comments. View Question on Quora

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9 Essential Apps for Travelers

We recently posted a list of essential apps for executives that was well received and decided to create a new one. This list covered 9 essential apps for business travelers. Attention road warriors! These tools will help bolster your digital arsenal. Some are more fun than others but all have proven useful in my own travels. […]

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The High Tech CMO

Gone are the days when a company’s chief marketing officer huddled together with his or her staff in a high rise office to come up with the latest unique sales campaign. Often, what came out of those brainstorming sessions were educated guesses, sometimes on the mark, but often wildly off. These days, the wise and […]

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5 Thoughts: Facebook Home for Brands

Facebook Home launched last week and many are still trying to understand exactly what it is. The early rumors claimed that Facebook was launching its own phone. Instead, Facebook Home is an application available for the Android operating system. In their words, Facebook Home is a:  Facebook Home helps bring chatting, updates from friends and […]

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5 Google Tips for Smarter Searching- Infographic

Here is a quick infographic with handy Google tips. These tips will enhance your search capabilities and hopefully, the results you get!   Add the site you want to search on. If you add “site:url.com” before your term, that search will only look on that site not the entire web. Here is a great example: […]

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Not Just Videos, YouTube can Handle Photos

The Digital Inspiration Blog posted a great article about making a YouTube Slideshow. While this is interesting for the masses, brands and businesses should consider this as one more argument against YouTube being difficult to tackle. Filming and editing are still expensive. Motion graphics are even more money. This easy alternative is a great addition […]

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