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Kelli Brown
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Attended University of Missouri - Columbia
Lives in Israel
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Interesting - I found it surprising to see Twitter login usage so low! But commenters made some good points - would be nice to see this without bot activity and alter it to remove folks who never log out of Google...
 
Facebook continues to be the dominant platform for websites that offer social logins, but Google is gaining ground in the latest report from +Janrain. http://mklnd.com/XJNg1H
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My latest post on the +Pixel Point Press blog shows you how to target a segment of your LinkedIn company page followers when you post an update. Boost your lead gen efforts and address localization issues all in one fell swoop!
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I think that if anyone has potential of figuring out how to use this thing, it is probably you...
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Interesting - similar to Facebook, but this sounds more effective.
 
It appears that Google is testing out a new feature for Google+ users that will help keep them in touch with their most important friends. A new feature “Get Notifications” will help users “Never miss another post." http://mklnd.com/Xsdoyc
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just saw it as well. of course my circles dont translate to 'those i'd want notifications from and those i wouldn't' so i'd have to make a new circle. but still. its a great idea.

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A little bit of what I've been doing lately. More at helppamfightcancer.org
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Not to be missed ... both for comedic and strategic value.
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This video is from the ArtsUSA Blog and is a clip of a keynote from the National Arts Marketing Project Conference opening keynote by Scott Stratten. It is hilarious.


"Everytime you use a QR code and don't think it through, a kitten dies."

He is warning the audience of arts nonprofits not to get seduced by shiney object syndromes. Very funny, short clip.

Do you have a good examples of nonprofits using QR codes?
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Owner and lead consultant
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  • Pixel/Point Press
    Owner and lead consultant, present
  • Albuquerque Journal
  • WritePoint Communications
  • Haaretz
  • Columbia Missourian
  • Centre Daily Times
  • McClatchy Newspapers
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Wisconsin - La Crosse, Wisconsin - Lake Forest, Illinois - Columbia, Missouri - Albuquerque, New Mexico - State College, Pennsylvania - Modiin, Israel
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CEO and lead consultant at Pixel/Point Press - married with kids and loving life in Israel.
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I'm the owner and lead consultant at Pixel/Point Press. Pixel/Point Press is a boutique firm handling search engine optimization and social media marketing for corporations, small business owners and individuals who seek to maximize the effect of their web presence. P3 provides customer-oriented services and delivers creative and effective results.
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