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Posted on April 26th 2013
This infographic on Facebook's privacy policies has some interesting food for thought.
Infographic by WebpageFX
Seems that everyone’s churning out content these days – but that doesn’t mean that everyone knows how to write a really good blog post that grabs interest and keeps it. Here are just a few tips that might just help your blog writing stand out from the crowd.
Take the time to identify potential members that already exhibit a passion for the topic around which your community is built. Reach out to them and tell them what you’d like to accomplish with your community efforts. They may be able to help with their own personal networks, and later help to organize the community.
You know what’s a huge time-suck? Social media drudgery. You know, the tedious and repetitive tasks that are part of every social media manager’s job. You have way more to offer the world than copy/pasting content from social media sites into spreadsheets. You have creative ideas that the world needs! IFTTT helps you spend more time on that good stuff, and less time on the drudgery.
Here are three reasons why content marketing in the for-profit world is different from content marketing in the association world, and why what works for them won’t work for most associations.
What are the top 10 cities for women entrepreneurs? Weighing in at number 1 is Washington, D.C. The nation’s capital has the highest rate of women-owned businesses of the top 10 cities on this list. More than a third of the businesses in D.C. are owned by women, so new female entrepreneurs can find many peers and mentors.
by Robin Fray Carey on September 2nd 2014