Fri.Jan 18, 2013

7 Tips for Consuming More Water

Justin Levy

Keeping up your water intake is vital to your overall health and it goes far beyond wanting to lose weight or grow bigger muscles, though it helps with those goals too. There are an endless number of reasons why drinking more water is good for you.

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Social Networking Stats: Instagram Has 90 Million Active Monthly Users, #RLTM Scoreboard

The Realtime Report

The #RLTM Scoreboard: Social Networking Stats for the Week. Facebook: 1 billion active users. via Facebook. Twitter: over 500 million users. via Twopcharts. Qzone: 599 million monthly active users. via TechCrunch. Sina Weibo: over 400 million users. via Yahoo. Renren: over 170 million users.

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A New Year…School Daze and Setting Priorities

Waxing UnLyrical

I love January… especially since I’ve been teaching. Starting fresh with a new year and no major calamities to deal with… yet. Twelve exciting months waiting over the horizon. For my students, though, especially my undergrad senior Communication students at Curry College , it’s another story.

Search and Social Weekly (1.3)

Josh S Peters

Facebook reveals how its new Graph Search feature works with your privacy settings. The new Graph Search feature is a rather major change to the way Facebook does search. Get the skinny on what it is and how it works.

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Social Media Automation 101

A beginner's guide to social media automation tools and getting automation right.

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To Write Better Online, Go Offline

Engaging Brand

"But what am I going to write about?". One of the main concerns of people starting out on content marketing. From a business point of view you have many content sources. 1) What are customer's searching for ? 2) What are the issues, trends, problems that your customer's are facing?

Bring Your Brain To Work Day

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There's a line that has been marinating in my brain for close to a year now. One of the speakers at the TED 2012 conference in Long Beach was Jim Stengel. Stengel is a legend (of sorts) in the marketing industry as the former global marketing officer at Procter & Gamble. When he left the organization in 2008, Stengel went into the consulting side of the business along with becoming an adjunct professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Bright Sparks List: 5 sources of inspiration I’m using in my business right now

Absolute PA

I’m often asked what I use to keep on track in my business, how I stay productive when it’s really just me running this joint or asked for advice on great business books and blogs.

A New Theme, Part 1: 11 Ways to Prepare for Your Blog Theme Upgrade


This guest post is by Ayelet Weisz of All Colores. You’ve been reading all about the importance of a good blog design while struggling with your basic WordPress theme.

The Content Marketing Survival Guide: How to Navigate the Wilds of Social Media

Use this guide to inspire your creativity and ignite more successful and sustainable social media conversations.

Interaction design and the future of connecting


Watch this wonderful 18-minute video about the connection between the tools we create and our human behaviors.

The ProBlogger Evolution: Our Halt on Guest Post Submissions


This week, I had a day-long blog strategy workshop with my team. We covered a lot of ground in that time and we have an exciting year ahead! Among the decisions we made was one to shift the way we handle content here on the blog at ProBlogger.

Is Social Media Customer Service Done?

Small Business Mavericks

I’ve recommended using social media for customer service before, but that doesn’t mean it’s a cure-all. Cynthia Boris brings up some good points. Let’s tackle some of these: It’s time consuming – No doubt. Having someone monitor your Facebook page or Twitter account continuously can be time consuming. But what if you posted customer service hours for your social media accounts?

Mooning Bikers, Crashing Trains & Graffiti

Jeff Esposito

This was one hectic week in the office. Despite missing one day with a stomach bug, it feels like I’ve been pulled through the ringer for a full seven days. How was your week? Any big weekend plans? For me, it’s hanging out with the baby and then plopping my ass down for about seven hours of football to determine the two teams in the Super Bowl. Whatever you have planned, be safe and have a great weekend. See you next week, until then, here’s this week’s light-hearted edition of Five for Friday.

A World Gone Social

Learn how companies must adapt to survive.