Monthly Archives: March 2013

Creating Great Images With Quotes Is Like Creating Flags For Your Fans To Wave: 3 Free Tools To Create Your Own

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media Mike Ellsworth‘s insight: Robin says:   Here are three great free tools to create such visual "social flags" in a matter of minutes:   1) QuotesCover.com – it provides you with tons of ready-made quotes, … Continue reading

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A Data Scientist’s Real Job: Storytelling

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media Crunching numbers is only half the battle. Mike Ellsworth‘s insight: Big Data or Big Brother? Part of the difference is the story to be told.  See on blogs.hbr.org

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The Key to Creating Content that Resonates with Your Audience | Copyblogger

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media “One job you have as a content marketer is to think of your reader as a tuning fork. You need to publish great content in order to create resonance with that reader — … Continue reading

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Becoming Popular on YouTube

In our previous post, Setting Up YouTube, we began a brand new series on YouTube with a introduction on how to set up YouTube for your enterprise. In this post, we continue our new series on YouTube with a look at … Continue reading

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Setting Up YouTube

In our previous post, Try a Facebook Ad, we concluded our series on Facebook with a final post about how to set up a Facebook ad, how to target your audience, and how to price the ad. In this post, we … Continue reading

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Research: LinkedIn Now #1 Tool of Top Sales Reps

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media Just when you thought LinkedIn.com was a career site for finding your next job, along comes new, primary research from Jill Konrath and Ardath Albee showing that LinkedIn is now the most important … Continue reading

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Do You Fit the Profile of Tech Industry’s Most Obnoxious Tweeters? [INFOGRAPHIC]

See on Scoop.it – Enterprise Social Media If you’ve ever been the victim of an unfollow on Twitter, you just may fit the profile of an obnoxious tweeter. Mike Ellsworth‘s insight: Let’s face it. People will unfollow you for all … Continue reading

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