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The Dojo To Hone Your Inbound Marketing Skills
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+Ben Austin uses data from throughout 2013 to make the case for contra-competitive timing in content marketing.

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Loved working on this piece. It was great meeting everyone involved in these awesome projects.

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+Caroline Lares gives a great tutorial on using Thunderpenny to customize your company's Facebook page.

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Great post by +Jerod Morris at +Copyblogger about how to create great, persuasive stories:

"Confidence and authority help to sell the idea to your audience."

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#1 is so crucial here +Social Media Examiner. Timing is everything when it comes to social! #smm 
How are you using your analytics? 

Today's article at Social Media Examiner shares: 4 Social Analytics Tips to Improve Your Social Media Marketing

http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/learn-about-your-community/

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Love these Learning Center videos that +Wistia has been putting out. Quick and easy tips for making more natural, high-quality videos. #marketingtips  

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This is a very helpful breakdown of the 20 most important factors for local search ranking (easy to implement, too!): http://buff.ly/HXKi3b

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A great group working for a great cause.

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The situation in Tacloban city is dire. "There is currently no food, water or electricity," says the CEO of the UK Disasters Emergency Committee, Saleh Saeed. Via our sister site, Sustainable Cities Collective: how to help victims of the disaster in the #Philippines .

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What Leaders Should Expect +Prashant Kaw 
Perhaps it is naive of me to treat my team as grown ups and trust they will more often than not do the right. I've found that if you don't have expectations people often surprise you.

So, instead of having expectations I decided to share things with my team that are important to me in a post on our wiki. I recognize that most of these are non-tangible things but they are a beacon of behavior I hold in high regard. Here they are:
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