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Rob Zaleski
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Come meet me in person this October!
I mean, I'm not famous or anything, but we'll have lots of great conversation. Bring a couple of colleagues and save a few hundred bucks on what I'm biasedly telling you is the best B2B event of the year. But seriously, it will be really damned good. :)

#marketing   #events   #networking  
 
Making marketing magic is better with BFFs!
We want your B2B Marketing Forum experience to be full to the brim with memorable moments. So, we decided to sweeten the deal when you bring a couple colleagues with you to the best event around for B2B marketers!

Check it out: http://buff.ly/1Awz9Rm

The more, the merrier, because:
√ You can all attend different sessions and compare notes
√ There will be plenty of excellent selfie opportunities together
* √ Your boss will be impressed with the collective knowledge you bring back*
√ Triple your networking powers

But you need to register soon! This special pricing ends June 15. 

See you in Boston!

#mpb2b   #Boston   #marketing   #marketingevents  
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I really love watching these videos, because it points out things I totally overlooked in previous seasons and episodes. Very, very well done, every time +Alt Shift X!
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Loving the #earthday2015  +Mr. Jingles
I'm always a fan of when Google updates these. This one is just great!
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History of American colonization, in one gif

This is neato.
 
This is Awesome

I will just leave your history lesson for the day right here.

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Oregon Trail was my JAM! Every homeroom, there'd be a few of us huddled around the black and green screen, waiting to see who would die. +Stephan Hovnanian has dysentery! Oh no! He's a goner for sure.
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+Rupert Wood, are you still sending Lego updates on occasion?

Lego and Doctor Who fans rejoice
The moment you've been waiting for has come. +LEGO is releasing a +Doctor Who set.
Pretty sure this will be on all the holiday wish-lists.

#lego   #doctorwho   #whovians  
A concept featuring a range of Doctors, companions and monsters by fan Andrew Clark will be available to buy later this year
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:) my Lego Mojo does appear to be missing, I'll have to go searching for it! :)
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My childhood/teen years/young adult life in one mashup
I can say that +Dj Earworm rarely disappoints when it comes to mashups. This one is no exception. 
Excellently done!
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This...broke my brain.
Happy long weekend. Give your brain a break for a few days.
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Influencer strategy done right
There's a lot of power in working with people who are influential in your niche, and +Lee Odden shared this post that puts a lot of them together in one place. 

Totally worth a look, especially if you're considering starting your own strategy. 

#influencermarketing   #b2bmarketing  
 
Are you working on an Influencer strategy for your Content Marketing? Here's really useful advice from Joe Pulizzi, Ann Handley, Mark Schaefer, Sam Fiorella & more on the +Traackr blog: http://buff.ly/1DimrS3 #influencermarketing   #contentmarketing  
Whether you’re orchestrating your influencer marketing and content marketing strategies consciously or implicitly, if you’re doing either, you’re doing both. To convey a message, mobilize buyers, and reach the right people at the right time, content marketers turn to influencers.
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StrongBad is BACK
With a new email and new April Fool's tomfoolery. 
I admit, I was always a fan of the Brothers Chaps. The reason I'm sharing here...they make funny side digs at Google+, Apple, and the Internet of Things. It's the best!

Watch it here: http://homestarrunner.com/sbemail206.html
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He's only the most quotable of all quotable quote makers, +Stephan Hovnanian!
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I'm still a fan of +Foursquare
Have you really tried the app since its reinvention? Like really took it for a discovery run? If not, you should.

I typically rely on Foursquare for my discovery, and Yelp if I really need to find out the reviews. Yeah, I still Swarm because I like collecting stickers and competing with friends, but Foursquare's discovery and recommendation engine is pretty legit. And now they're building real-world rewards into the system.

I actually really love the Expertise feature, where you can earn more visibility in your local area for types of places or geographic areas that you frequent. (For example, I have expertise in food trucks, because I frequent them more than I care to admit, and leave tips for others.) 

Download it and take it for a run again. Then get back to me on what you think. Really.

#localbusiness   #recommendations   #apps  
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New video series for marketers
Whether you're in the UK or not, this will be a cool series to keep up with. +Mike McGrail at +Velocity Digital LTD is starting a new #VelocityTV  web series. 

In it, Mike reports on the latest news in the marketing world (and I'm totally with him, rallying against the term smarketing). He'll also be discussing useful marketing tools in the Tool Time segment, this week featuring +Trello, one of my favorite productivity apps.

And for those of you looking for book recommendations, Mike also tosses as shoutout to +Phil Barden for his book Decoded. Sounds like an interesting read. And he's coining the term #bookage. Love it.

This is the first episode, but I'm excited to see where Mike takes the series! Help him out with some feedback to keep it interesting.

#videomarketing   #marketingtips   #digitalmarketing  
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Happy to see you taking video marketing by the horns for 2015, +Mike McGrail. Way to go!
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Marketing Manager at MarketingProfs
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Public speaking, social media management, blogging, obsessing over gnomes, office supply hoarding, acting, running distances and posting about it on the social media
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  • MarketingProfs
    Marketing Manager, 2014 - present
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    Content Marketing Associate, 2013 - 2014
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    Social Media Strategist, 2012 - 2013
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    Social Media Community Manager, 2012 - 2013
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    Account Manager, 2009 - 2012
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Marketing Manager and blogger by day, fitness and tech junkie by night. I love all things nerdy and have an unhealthy obsession with gnomes. Yep.
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Graduated from the College of Media with a Bachelor's Degree in Media Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I run also 5ks. And I've been in many short films.
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Give me all your coffee and croissants. I needed a spot that offered wifi and would warm me up during my short stay in Boston all the way from Austin, TX. This spot didn't disappoint in the slightest. The coffee is quality, the croissants are huge, and the staff is really friendly. The atmosphere is pretty open, and though there's a high ceiling and cement floor, the noise isn't too distracting. I highly recommend this spot for anyone staying at the Westin Waterfront that would rather support local than Sbux.
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reviewed 7 months ago
This tiny spot is always worth the wait. I actually recommend trying to get a seat at the counter and watch these masters at work. It's crazy to see how smoothly everyone works seamlessly to keep the food coming. The specialty pancakes never disappoint, the service is always friendly, and the coffee is good. You may have to wait a half hour or so because it doesn't seat many people. The coziness is part of Counter's appeal, though.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Really tasty breakfast tacos for super cheap! Perfect for a Sunday morning because there's a drive-thru and you don't even have to change out of your pajamas. The chips are thick but cheap. Don't let a long line dissuade you. They move quickly. Definitely put this spot on your list if you live on the south side.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Gluttony at its fried, flaky best. This ain't health food, but if you need something greasy and tasty, this is it. I've never had deep fried deviled eggs. They were *almost* too much. Almost. Also, they have a decent selection of local beers to accompany your delicious fried goodness.
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This very unassuming spot is worth finding. It's right between Fado and Cedar Room, and the sign isn't super conspicuous. It has a dark, mellow atmosphere inside, but they specialize in Cuban food and rum drinks. The bartenders are all pretty cool and happy to chat a bit if the bar isn't too busy. Haven't had the food yet, but others in the bar were raving. Check this spot for a good cocktail and conversation with friends.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Brunch here. Do it. I'm going to recommend the beef tongue hash. Don't let yourself get weirded out by that. It's not a slab of tongue on a plate. It's a savory mix of falling apart meat and crispy potatoes. Warning: it can be a bit salty. I coupled it with the pecan bread and caramel sauce and it was a perfect combo. The Moscow Mules are tart but satisfying. A great spot for brunch, especially if you can get covered seating outside.
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This tiny little spot is the truest version of a mom and pop shop. The owners stop by the tables to check on you, make jokes, and truly care about your experience. I recommend getting a combination of savory first, then sweet. You'll leave full and your tastebuds will be happy. I'll definitely be back. Again, it is small, so expect to be cozy and for it to be a little loud.
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