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Meet 15 of the most influential Generation X Americans from the world of internet, music, politics, television and medicine who have made it both in popularity and prosperity.
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Weber Shandwick in collaboration with KRC Research present some insights about women who are active and enthusiast about social media in an effort to spotlight their importance for marketers as a particularly engageable audience.
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Learn which are the essential qualities and abilities that drive today executives to successful leadership. Uncover the concerns, habits and worries of attested leaders in the business world. Brought to you by Michigan State University.
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You may be missing some of these simple but tried and true recipies for social engagement on Pinterest and Linkedin. 5 is enough to start realigning.
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They’re rocking in the Kitchen and they’re starring in sharing and engagement. These are the 10 chefs who stir the social-soup with excellence and win top influence scores according to Klout.
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In a world where everything is measured and “deeply” analyzed it would be a miss the absence of social media influence measurement. Klout is a popular tool of this kind and this guide is good both for initiation and knowledge extension.
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Are you craving for domination over social networks? Read this guide and you will boost your powerbrain for effective online marketing strategies on facebook, twitter and You tube.
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Social media has had a huge impact on every industry and travel is not excluded. The radical change was the remarkable volume fall of the clasic Google query “Hotels in ” over 70%. Can you think the reasons?
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More and more consumers are flocking to online review sites to share their opinions and experiences. Reviewers are scarcely motivated by tangible rewards. Don’t you wonder why they’re doing it?