1. Apple co-Founder Threatens To Leave Facebook Over Data Ownership Concerns

    Apple co-Founder Threatens To Leave Facebook Over Data Ownership Concerns

    Originally posted on SocialSafe Blog:

    A lengthy article about the Facebook Terms of Service – and how it more or less gives the social network carte blanche to do what it likes with all of your data – has caught the eye of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who is not best pleased that he doesn’t appear to own his own profile picture.

    The article in question is from the US edition of the…

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  2. 27 surprising facts about salespeople who are Social Selling

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    Social Selling is the use of social media to interact with prospects, answer questions and offer thoughtful content until the prospect is ready to buy. …

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  3. How to Double Your Marketing Team…WITHOUT New Hires

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    Author: Josh HillEver wish you could clone your marketing team? Here’s how one company’s 3 big wins with marketing automation (deduplication, autoresponders, and routing/qualification) saved them 1,832 hours per year.

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  4. The audience economy #EAv-Blogathon

    The audience economy #EAv-Blogathon

    Originally posted on Empire Avenue:

    We’re all becoming publishers. Brands are publishers. Agencies are publishers. Publishers are evolving too. They’re no longer the gatekeeper between what gets written and what gets read, broadcast or played. Today’s publishers are tasked with finding an audience for what’s been created and, of course, making money from that.

    I think this is a good thing. This…

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  6. Many firms just like yours are asking the same question these days: Is native advertising worth all of the time and money that goes into it? The short answer? YES.

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  8. Lili Bikes Through Ladhak

    Lili Bikes Through Ladhak

    Originally posted on Smart Shots from Smart Phones:


    Adventures do not get any bigger, thrilling or challenging than this. Biking expeditions through the Leh-Ladhak region have, in recent years, become one of the best ways to tour through the rugged beauty of the Ladhak, a district in the state of Jammu Kashmir, that lies in the folds of the Himalayas.

    Expeditions typically range from eight to…

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  9. Mithila Does the Great Lakes Trek

    Mithila Does the Great Lakes Trek

    Originally posted on Smart Shots from Smart Phones:


    The Vishansar is the first of the lakes you encounter on the Great Lakes Trek that begins at Sonamarg and covers lakes that can only be accessed either by walking or by Pony. Vishansar is said to be lake of Vishnu. The lake lies at an altitude of 3710 meters and is about one km long.

    As with most lakes this far up in the mountains, Vishansar…

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  10. The Ultimate Social Tool – An Empire Avenue Guide for Beginners #EAv-Blogathon

    The Ultimate Social Tool – An Empire Avenue Guide for Beginners #EAv-Blogathon

    Originally posted on Empire Avenue:

    I had read about Empire Avenue but hadn’t tried it until a week ago, and now that I have, I wish I had signed up earlier. We all know how important social media is, but it has become considerably difficult to use effectively without spending a lot of time, and in some cases, money. Regardless, whether you’re a blogger, content developer, writer or marketer,…

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