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The word ‘why’ fills them with dread and being asked their own views provokes panic. A book is a decoration, a thought is a distraction and an idea is irrelevant
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3 words to #SGEatWithUs organizers who invited me to be a judge: buay zhai see. I am a very mean judge.
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Fancy a simple but gorgeous chicken recipe. Try this! #sgeatwithus #sgfood 
Sometimes life needs spontaneity! Do you agree?  On Christmas Eve, My hubby and I decided that we going to stay at home, unlike most would go out to immerse in the festive and celebrative mood with the crowd. We would make ...
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Do you agree that food is the glue to bring people together? #SgEatWithUs is a urban movement which aims to bring people from the community through the sharing of home-cooked food.  I am sure that each family as a popular ...
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What Makes a Good Headline? [Infographic]

Well there's a lot of things that make a good headline. What it really comes down to is a good headline get's people's attention and provokes them to take action. So this #infographic  from +Sprout Social (courtesy of +HubSpot) will show you the best ways to optimize your headlines for best results:

See the full infographic here: http://dustn.ws/1tgajOv

As with all things though, take these tips and use them wisely. For instance, don't just make everything a list post-- that gets old really fast. And if everything you write is super emotionally charge, your audience will get burnt out and numbed to your hyper-emotional style (unless you're targeting emotionally charged teenagers). 

#contentmarketing   #blogging   #socialmedia  
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[Late post] CNY cookies! For those lucky ones who tasted, here's the recipe. :) 
It was coming to Lunar New Year and this year I was totally overwhelmed with work that I could not plan for my LNY baking list. As I was browsing the internet, there was few cookies trends going on and I thought I should give...
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+Celine Ng Linda is +Hui kheng LiM and she is my boss. :P 
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My memory is failing... 
Focus people on the things that matter.
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This is a typical hokkien breakfast or tea time food in Singapore. Really easy to make.
There are some food that I grow up with in Singapore that I remember vividly. I do not eat them everyday but I enjoy making them in my kitchen and trying to bring back the nostalgic taste I savoured.  One of the best yam c...
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+Lee Li Theng When can I eat that? :-) B
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Important Thing to Know About Private Messages on Google+

If you share a private message to more than one person on Google+ you should be aware that the list of everyone included in the message can be seen by anyone else included, even if you don't +mention everyone in the message body.

To see the entire list of accounts with which the message was shared, a recipient just has to click on the "Shared Privately" link at the top of the post to see icons of all the post recipients. Hover over each one to see the profile name.

That means you should think of all Google+ private messages as CC: not BCC:!

How to Create a Private Message
Just in case you didn't know you could send PMs here, here's how:

1. Open a new share box.
2. Delete any circles currently shown in the share box.
3. Either plus mention (type a + and then immediately the name) anyone you want to include OR enter their name in the "Add more people" box.
4. If you use the "add more people" box, remember what I said above: those people can still be seen by other recipients!

#gplustips   #googleplustips  
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