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Find tips and trends about communicating online. Questions welcome.
Find tips and trends about communicating online. Questions welcome.

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Prior to the introduction of the home computer and the gendered marketing of it as a 'boy' device, women were very active in the field and saw a sharp increase in their numbers between 1970 and 1984. Women representation in the field peaked in 1984 when 37% of computer science degrees were awarded to women; by 2011, according to the Computing Research Association, that number fell to 12%.

http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2014/10/17/356944145/episode-576-when-women-stopped-coding

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Bring Back the Bodies "Put heads, hearts and hands into every research challenge". ‪#‎ux‬ ‪#‎research‬ https://www.epicpeople.org/bring-back-the-bodies/

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You and your clients already have a lot on their plate to Tweet daily inspiration.

Nimble Quotes is an awesome idea developed by my friend Jennifer Kelly. I've been using it for a few months. It's a no-brainer. I think you should check it out: https://nimblequotes.com/

Nimble Quotes automatically posts relevant quotes from influential people to your Twitter stream as if you tweeted them yourself. It supplements your existing social media without requiring you to learn new software, research quality 3rd party content, or monitor your feed.

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Tweeting: How Much Is Too Much? - If you are new to Twitter, you may be asking yourself just how much should I be tweeting?  How many tweets per day are enough for me to engage with my audience, without going overboard? Tweeting Three Times a Day is OK I know what you’re thinking, “Three times a day? Isn’t that too much?”  The answer is no; it could be just the right amount.  “But,” you say, “If I sent out three emails a day to my audience, that would be crazy!”  That’s true – three emails ...

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Hub and Spoke: Framework and Matrix: The Five Ways Companies Organize for Social Business

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Three lessons learned from social sharing experts Buffer. 
1. Make it easy for people to share your content
2. Design beautiful, shareable visuals
3. Share just to share
These aren't new, but are a good reminder. https://blog.bufferapp.com/lost-traffic

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The line between products and services is becoming increasingly blurred.

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According to +Marcus Fergusson LinkedIn is responsible for 64% of all visits from social media channels to corporate websites. https://econsultancy.com/blog/63616-linkedin-users-are-more-interested-in-your-company-stats

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Stop designing around devices. Design around content. Sometimes it needs to be mentioned again that our screen is not everyone else's.  
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