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Anna Rydne is a communications specialist, a SteamFeed.com writer and and a blogger. What distinguishes her from others in her field of expertise is that she treats communication as entertainment. It's simple to explain why: if it isn't funny or relevant enough, people switch channel.
Based in Stockholm, Sweden, she writes the blog Communicate [your] Skills where she covers topics on how to improve your communication skills in all areas related to yourself, your community and your professional life. She's determined to uncover the secrets of how successful people and companies communicate.
Anna has a special interest in social media and personal branding and she believes the road to success is trying. She tweets about all things comms, social media and marketing @CoSkills. She holds a bachelor's degree in psychology.
Hi Michael! I'm happy to hear that the story surprised you in a positive way and that you found it useful. Thank you for taking your time to comment and for letting me know what you thought about it. /Anna
Thank you Dale, I'm honored!
First of all, your Pinterest boards looks absolutely great: nicely arranged, clearly named and visually tempting. You've really done an excellent job there!
I'm happy you found Pinwords and Quozio useful. They are great when pinning abstract content.
Thank you for commenting and for your sharing support!
Thank you Simon for your kind words. I'm happy you found the article useful!
This post was certainly not boring - thank you Chris for writing it! I fight boredom myself, in my case in the internal communications field (perhaps even more challenging since everyone in the organisation like to have their say about it...) :) Anyhow, great tips, great questions, great cat! I will save a bookmark for this post for future needs.
Ps. I think this post might add something to the conversation: Why your audience doesn't read what you write and what you can do about it.
Thank you Miriam for your comment and your further reading tip as well! It's true everyone need to position themselves to be noticed in today's world. Either we label ourselves, or others will do it for us!