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Mo Numbers, Mo Problems – Going Beyond Metrics and KPIs

Posted  December 6, 2017  by  Ross Quintana

  We live in a world being driven more and more by numbers. Big data, small data, analytics, Oh my. But not everyone is cut out to live in a world of numbers. Forrester predicted that in 2017 30% of CMOs likely to be fired for not keeping up with the skills needed in a […]

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Mastering Real-time Content Curation with Twitter
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Mastering Real-time Content Curation with Twitter

Posted  September 28, 2017  by  Ross Quintana

When I first was a guest on the #TwitterSmarter chat in 2016 I talked about How to Magnetize Your Twitter Account. Me and Madalyn Sklar had a fantastic time digging into this topic. She invited me back to the show and this time we are talking about Mastering Real-time Content Curation with Twitter. This post […]

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How Retail Can Survive and Thrive Through Digital Disruption
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How Retail Can Survive and Thrive Through Digital Disruption

Posted  September 14, 2017  by  Ross Quintana

Well, retailageddon is upon us, and there is no denying that digital and ecommerce are disrupting retail. As if the latest Walmart moving into a community wasn’t enough to send fears into the hearts of small business owners trying to keep the lights on. 2017 has seen 9 major retailers filing for bankruptcy, 1000’s of […]

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5 Reasons Why Digital Born Businesses Will Dominate the Future

Posted  August 29, 2017  by  Ross Quintana

The future of business is coming at us fast. Who will survive? Who will thrive? These are questions that businesses must be contemplating. A business that isn’t concerned about their survival is soon to be extinct. Don’t think for a minute that Kodak or Blockbuster are rare accidents on the side of the road to […]

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3 Reasons Extreme Personalization is the Undeniable Future of Business

Posted  July 26, 2017  by  Ross Quintana

The way you think of marketing and personalization is about to go through some dramatic change. The decades of mass broadcast marketing that seemed impersonal and annoyed you was in fact impersonal. We are entering a new age thanks to technologies like artificial intelligence and deep learning that will enable not just personalization, but extreme […]

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Social Media Revolution 2011

Social Media Revolution 2011 is a short video from Erik Qualman author of Socialnomics. I love the statistics because they put things into perspective about how broad and far reaching social media has become. Social media  is...
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Twitter Timeline [Infographic]

Twitter Timeline is an infographic on the history of Twitter. From its birth as a little chick, Twitter has grown into and exceptionally powerful and yet very underrated tool. Twitter is a tool that scares of many a user since ...
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SEO Explained [Infographic]

SEO Explained is an infographic that shows the fundamental white hat basics of search engine optimization. Search engine optimization is a big topic and it can feel like there is too much to know for the average person. This in...
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What is the value of a Facebook fan?

What is the Value of a Facebook Fan? [Infographic]

  Facebook Fans have been one of the benchmarks for Facebook marketers for some time, but what it the real value of a Facebook fan? Many people get filtered out of being successful because they can’t even get to the ...
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The History of Search Engines [Infographic]

  See the history of search engines from their start with Archie in the early 90’s all the way to present day. Who knew search engines would form the foundation of the internet experience and the digital world as we ...
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Heath Made to Stick

Made to Stick by Chip and Dan Heath

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Twitter is So Much Deeper than 140 Characters

Twitter has become like the rebels from the movie The Matrix. As the battle wages over Facebook and Google+ in what appears to be the real world, Twitter sits in the background as an ever growing power waiting to take over. I k...
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Google+ Leverage is the Name of the Game

It seems like the old Apple vs Microsoft that there are strong opinions of who is the greater. Much of this ends up being speculation because not only are the platforms starting at different times, but the platforms are changin...
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Michael Q Todd

Bio Summary Lawyer Social Media Marketing I aim to connect and promote great people who will make a bigger difference by collaborating than individually. I continually study social media tools and strategies especially Twitter ...
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Jure KLEPIC

Bio Summary Jure takes “poking” to a new level – With wit and a rational approach, there is no topic that he will not tackle when it comes to social media and the impact on our day to day lives. Jure’s c...
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Roseli A. Bakar

Bio Summary Blogger | Internet Marketer | Social Media Junkie Selangor, Malaysia Connect with Roseli on his social networks. You can view them all here: https://xeeme.com/EzyBlogger             Wan...
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Knikkolette Church

Bio Summary As a leader in your industry, you may ask why you need to hire a social media professional when you can get a college intern or assign the task to your administrative staff. That’s a fair question and I’...
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Saul Fleischman

Saul Fleischman

    Bio Summary Web Community Management (Since 2009) Founder: KdL Social Media Networking Group, networking via LinkedIn on tactics, tools, opportunities in social media Manager of two bloggers’ cross-sharing g...
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