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postwhitesociety:

I feel grown when I make stuff on MailChimp.

Agreed.

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pewinternet:

We’ve just updated our social networking fact sheet with some 2014 numbers; good time for a reminder that we’ve got a series of fast-fact tip sheets at your disposal for grab ‘n go tech stats: http://www.pewinternet.org/fact-sheets/

Plus, handy dandy charts of key tech indicators and their growth over time: http://www.pewinternet.org/three-technology-revolutions/

We’ve got the data, yes we do.

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fastcompany:

"This new branding changes the whole identity and expression of the company." - CEO of Airbnb, Brian Chesky

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Excited to learn about the new changes.

fastcompany:

"This new branding changes the whole identity and expression of the company." - CEO of AirbnbBrian Chesky

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Excited to learn about the new changes.

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digmarnews:

via Social Media

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51% of Americans trust user-generated content.

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That means word-of-mouth of powerful. How can you get your users to promote your brand for you?

Here are 7 ways to jump start your use-generated content campaign.

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fastcompany:

We all want to see our content read and shared widely, but no one wants to look like an attention hog.
There seems to be a fine line between sharing enough of your own stuff and sharing too much. Most people would rather err on the side of just enough (or even less) in their social media strategy.
How much self-promotion is too much self-promotion? It’s a great question.

Here’re some thoughts.

fastcompany:

We all want to see our content read and shared widely, but no one wants to look like an attention hog.

There seems to be a fine line between sharing enough of your own stuff and sharing too much. Most people would rather err on the side of just enough (or even less) in their social media strategy.

How much self-promotion is too much self-promotion? It’s a great question.

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Here’re some thoughts.

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micdotcom:

Charts show how history’s most brilliant people scheduled their days

Based on research from Mason Currey’s Daily Rituals: How Artists Work, Podio created beautiful charts that show how some of modern society’s greatest thinkers, writers, artists and philosophers spent their days. It begins with the earliest risers and reveals how much time each of them spent sleeping, working, socializing, relaxing, exercising and at their day jobs or doing administrative stuff like managing their holdings or paying taxes.

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fastcompany:

Comcast rep: “I’m trying to help you.” Customer Ryan Block: “You can help us by disconnecting our service.” Uh-huh.

The other day, tech guy Ryan Block called Comcast, the largest cable provider in the U.S., with a reasonable request to cancel his service—something plenty of people do every day.

What he got instead was a nightmare of a phone call from a Comcast service rep who, instead of simply disconnecting his service and telling him to have a nice day, stubbornly insisted on asking the same myopic questions, over and over again for at least 18 minutes straight.

Listen for yourself:

Let’s see how social media will pressure Comcast to fix the customer service blunder