7 Things You Need to Know About the Evolution of Social Media

Evolution of Social Media

[essb] I’ve always maintained that the true power of social media lies in its dynamism. Year after year, social media has reinvented itself and it will continue to do in the years to come. While social media started off in the form of blogs and wikis, the onus is now on using the optimal mix…

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Bud Light Does Its Own Version of “World’s Toughest Job”… for Dads

Toughest Job Dad

This was expected. In an attempt to ride on the American Greetings’ “World’s Toughest Job” viral phenomenon, celebrating moms, Budlight has released a spoof version to celebrate dads. The humour is sort of unclear, as I’m still left with a big, ‘WHAT?!’ question mark. Well, here you go! Here’s to those dads that thought, “what…

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24 Applicants Wouldn’t Imagine Doing this Job, Until They Found Out Why Billions Are Already Doing It

Toughest Job

This is definitely the World’s most difficult job. This fake “Director of Operations” job was posted by Mullen, a Boston based advertising agency, for a client called, Rehtom Inc. According to Adweek, this ad was posted online and newspapers and garnered 2.7 million impressions. The 24 respondents couldn’t believe the job description. Some of the…

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What to Tweet When You Don’t Know What to Tweet

What to Tweet

[essb] What to tweet? Many Twitter users experience a Tweeter’s block similar to writers who suffer from a Writer’s Block at some stage or the other in their life. They just don’t know what to tweet about? There are times when it becomes difficult for you as a Twitter user to decide what to tweet…

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How to Protect Data in a Workplace Using Employee-Owned Mobile Devices

Protect Data in a Workplace

[essb] Mobile businesses increasingly face challenges with protecting both sensitive information and their reputations. It takes years to build a reputation and only seconds for an employee to unknowingly do something that will destroy that reputation. According to research by Cisco, employees around the world are engaging in behaviors that put both corporate and personal…

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The secret structure of great talks

Structure of great talks

There`s a secret structure to great talks. A careful analysis of great speeches ranging from the “I have a dream” speech to Steve Jobs’ iPhone launch, you’ll notice a common thread and architecture. In this TED video, Nancy Duarte, author of slide:ology and resonate, breaks down the structure of great talks and how to make…

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Daily Twitter Habits You Must Cultivate

Twitter Habits

Old habits die hard and new habits don’t come easy – Twitter is no exception to that rule. If you’ve been using Twitter for a while, I’m sure you’ve become habitual with its use. Like our everyday lives, our Twitter lives also have good and bad Twitter habits. While it’s advisable to adopt the good…

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Double Your LinkedIn Connections in Just Five Minutes a Day (Infographics)

LinkedIn Connections

[essb] LinkedIn may not be a media darling compared to Twitter and Facebook, this over 260 million members strong social network remains the undisputed professional networking champion. According to a 2013 Wall Street Journal survey,  It’s no surprise 81% of Inc 500 companies use LinkedIn for social media, in comparison to 74% on Facebook and…

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How Britain’s Mega Rich are Making Their Money

Mega Rich

After seeing this BBC documentary, you’ll understand the common traits and trends among the mega rich, not just in Britain, but across the globe. While many may be quick to judge the lifestyles, there are hidden financial lessons to be gleaned from this video. [essb] [easy-share buttons=”facebook,twitter” native=”no”] Want more stuff like this? Hit the…

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Here’s What, How, and When to Post on Social Media (Infographic)

Perfect Post

If you’ve ever wondered what to post on the top social media platforms and the optimum time to post, you’re in luck. The infographical cheat sheets and iterations below will guide you all the way. Grab a pen and paper, there’s a lot of take-away here. [essb] Source: My Clever Agency Share this to share…

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7 Things Not to Do on Twitter

Things Not to Do on Twitter

When Twitter launched, critics questioned the limitation of 140 characters to make a meaningful conversation, especially for businesses. Over the years, Twitter has improved by leaps and bounds, added several business-friendly features and now ranks amongst the league of formidable social media tools for businesses. Businesses have realized the value of messages limited to 140…

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How to Optimize a Landing Page for SEO and Conversion

How to Optimize a Landing Page for SEO and Conversion

How to optimize a landing page for SEO and conversion is a topic that a lot of people want to know more about but don’t know who to ask. This infographic by QuickSprout breaks it down in a way anyone would easily understand. If you need more clarification, feel free to leave your questions or…

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Psychology of Colours in Logos and other Insane Insights (Infographic)

colours in logos

[essb] Iconic logos carry subliminal subtleties that make them standout. You’ll notice most luxury brands are mostly black, white, or brown, while corporate logos are blue. Ever wonder why? In this infographic by Finances Online, you’ll discover the power of colours in logos, the value each colour presents, the evolution of logos and other insane…

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Richard Branson on How to Run a Business

Richard Branson

“I was dyslexic, I had no understanding of school work whatsoever and I certainly would have failed IQ tests. If I’m not interested in something I just don’t grasp it… For example, I haven’t been able to know the difference between net and gross,” explains Virgin Founder, Richard Branson, in a classic TED interview. [essb]…

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Edward Snowden: Here’s How We Take Back the Internet

Edward Snowden Data Privacy

Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 via telepresence robot. He suggests the right to data privacy is not a partisan subject but demands a fundamental re-evaluation of the role the internet plays in our private and corporate lives. [essb] [easy-share buttons=”facebook,twitter” native=”no”] Want more stuff like this? Hit the “Like” button below to get notified via…

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