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30 web design secrets to boost your skills! #website #design

Leading experts in web design reveal the secrets that make their lives easier and their work so sought-after. Here, we’ve managed to persuade some of the web’s busiest devs and designers to part with their most closely guarded tricks and tips. It’s quite a collection. Packed with professional know-how, you’ll discover secret features of well

 
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SoMoLo Puts Consumers at the Center #SoMoLo

The real power behind the SoMoLo concept is connecting with consumers where social, mobile and local intersect. At this critical point, you find consumers actively seeking, searching, sharing, and shopping. Engaging consumers effectively in this space requires a new mindset. Cultivating desirable consumer behaviors that make a difference requires: A consumer first focus resulting in

 
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#ScoopitChat Returns to Talk Marketing with Brian Yanish – Get the Scoop on using Scoop.it as a marketing tool

With the great success of last week’s inaugural #scoopitchat, we’ve decided to bring it back! This week, we’ll be talking about social media, online marketing, and curation with Brian Yanish, the founder of MarketingHits, a company who helps businesses find new ways to connect with customers online. Join us at 11am PST to share ideas,

 
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Google no longer pushing Google+ results says search chief – Telegraph

Google’s search chief, Amit Singhal, has said the company has found a “better place” for Google+ results after criticism by Facebook and Twitter that it was unfairly promoting its own social network. Brian Yanish comments:Social media and search engines are trying to find what’s best for the user, while at the same time making a

 
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More Community Faster With Scoop.it Than Twitter

Scoop.it Vs. TwitterWow, I realized today that Scoop.it has helped build a community that is 30% as large as Twitter in 20% of the time and half the effort (granted that is a judgment call and not in the data :). Twitter – 1,800 followers since 208 (5 years)Scoopit – 630 followers since 2011 (1

 
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