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Social Media Competitive Analysis

There are several reasons you might be looking at your competitor’s social media performance: To evaluate whether to begin a social media campaign of your own, to keep tabs on them, to research ideas and so on. Below are some of our favorite tools and tips for performing a social media competitive analysis. Use a…
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No-Hype Social Media for B2Bs: Content Marketing

The explosion of social media marketing was initially driven when direct-to-consumer businesses saw new, rich platforms for reaching highly segmented audiences. Business-to-business companies have been far more skeptical and slower to adapt to social media as a way to reach customers. While avoiding hype is prudent, getting left behind isn’t. Fortunately, there is a social…
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Informal Leadership: Leaders from Unconventional Places

Who are the most important leaders in your organization? Make a list of the top five to ten. Chances are good that your list consists exclusively of team leads, supervisors, managers and executives. Unfortunately, this means you’re forgetting some of the most important and influential figures your company depends on every day.

Leadership Principles: Culture Shock 2015

Between November and February, pop culture pundits across the country tell us what trends to expect in the coming year in everything from clothing to language. Business is not exempt from these predictions, and articles abound that intend to tell you what to expect from various corporate topics in 2015 – including leadership principles. Leadership,…
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App Your Financial Game

Every day a new feature or function is added to phones, tablets and wearable tech gadgets that bring those devices closer to replacing everything else we carry – wallets, credit cards, even IDs. Over half of all US states allow you to show electronic proof of insurance1 in the event of a traffic stop, Iowa…
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Don’t Make Goals, Make Resolutions

Every New Year’s Day, nearly half of Americans participate in the tradition of promising to better themselves in the upcoming year. Most of these improvements will be personal: lose weight, spend less and get organized were the top three resolutions of 2014.[1] Career-related ambitions follow a similar pattern with popular resolutions being get a promotion/new…
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