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I need to be better at this -> Turn Off All the Gadgets to Generate Creative Ideas
When you’re trying to come up with creative ideas, it helps to have some input like reading a book or listening to music. However, you should also give yourself some time to digest your thoughts in silence.
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These all-too-common landing page mistakes could be costing you dearly. Find out how to avoid these common problems and what to do if you're making them.
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Identity matters: The Inherent Problem with Anonymous Apps
Vanity Fair and TechCrunch recently reported that Yik Yak is in trouble, a company that raised over $70 million dollars …
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Does That Emoji Mean What You Think it Means? New Research Looks at Emoji Misinterpretation
Does that emoji you’ve sent really mean what you think it means? While most of emoji seem to have a generic meaning or implication, a new study has found that emoji interpretation can vary significant
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10 Tips to Stand Out from the Competition http://bit.ly/1SAQuBt #smb #smallbiz #socialmedia #marketing
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Brands awkwardly pay tribute to Prince, some genuine, some tacky. #smm #marketing #socialmedia
Some of the brands that tweeted about Prince's death came off genuine. Others not so much.
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71 Ways to Write a #SocialMedia Update #smm #smb #smallbiz #marketing #content #tips
A deep dive into the specific ways to compose social media updates. Everything from capitalization, link placement, symbols, and more.
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Success of video ads varies by audience/device. Millenials like short, mobile ads. Older demo likes longer ads.
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Valuable analysis of clicks on email by device and link placement in the email. MailChimp
MailChimp helps you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, integrate with services you already use, and track your results.
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Focus On The Real Purpose Of Social Media - Inbound Marketing and Social Media Marketing for Schools -
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How To Use #SocialMedia To Build Links & Brand Signals by @chuckaikens #smm
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After a seemingly endless career in corporate management, Irene escaped to explore  the world of self-employment. Along the way, she found herself deeply immersed in the world of online branding, reputation management and social media. A frequent speaker and social media consultant, Irene has a passion for helping people learn to use online tools and technology to achieve their business objectives. Using social media isn’t difficult, it’s only new. Irene has a particular talent for working with those in the early stages of learning, those who are Almost Savvy.

Attendees at Almost Savvy events have appreciated the opportunity to learn from someone who’s learned by doing, someone without much technical savvy to speak of. If you are looking to hear a lot of tech-speak, you’ve come to the wrong place. If you’d like to learn simple, practical tips which allow you to determine how deeply you’d like to wade into the virtual pool, you’re in for a treat!

When not speaking or consulting, Irene can be found blogging at Almost Savvy, on Twitter, or Facebook