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Quick list – there’s been lots of good stuff lately, but I’m sharing most of it via my Twitter feed these days. Great post from John Haydon about the human factors that influence email open rates (hint: it should be … Continue reading

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If branding is all about stories (and it is), do you know what stories your members want told? Is Twitter starting to fade? Could Microsoft be the one to crack the virtual assistant code? Big data privacy concerns: the law … Continue reading

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Jeff Hurt offers sound advice for improving your conference breakouts. Talk about a change of pace: why you should run your business like a nonprofit. Shelly Alcorn points out that a lot of people don’t trust associations, and maybe they … Continue reading

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LinkedIn influencers identify the big ideas that will impact 2014 (here’s hoping 2014 really *is* the year of good writing). Social media marketing tips for 2014. Interestingly, the author is advising business to start blogs to generate leads and to … Continue reading

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Looking to hire a consultant? Here’s some good advice. Social media, IP, and the awesome that is Creative Commons. Re-doing your website? Here are some key design elements to keep in mind. Bursting your filter bubble. Everything you know about … Continue reading

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First of all, it’s the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. If, like me, you didn’t get tickets to the ceremony on the Mall today, at least we can watch Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s … Continue reading

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Jamie Notter on the problem with proof. What do you need to know to manage for innovation? Can you turn any LCD screen into a touch screen? Maybe, although it’s still not going to turn your TV into a giant … Continue reading

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Tips for start-up success. Also, wow. How is creating something new like climbing a mountain? We tend to focus on summiting the peak, but that’s not the hard part. Be happier at work. Some of these are trite, but I … Continue reading

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Jamie Notter asks: will you be ready when the revolution comes? Not if you’ve lost touch with those on the outside. GWU and ORI take a fascinating look at social media and the 2012 presidential election. I’m loving the December … Continue reading

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Lately, I’m fascinated by the concept of apprenticeship. The NLRB has weighed in on employee social media policies – is your legal? Tips for sending good push (aka “email”) messages to your audiences. Are nonprofits really a good career path … Continue reading

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