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The World’s Most Spoken Languages And Where They Are Spoken

This beautifully illustrated infographic (above), designed by South China Morning Post’s graphics director Alberto Lucas Lopéz, shows the most spoken known languages in the world and where they’re spoken by the 6.3 billion people included in the study. Based on … Continue reading

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Win an All-Access Pass to Information Development World 2015! Here’s how.

It’s great to see so many of my readers are as excited as I am about going to this year’s Information Development World conference. This event, organized by Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and Val Swisher, Content Rules, takes place … Continue reading

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Learnlets » SME Brains

Sourced through Scoop.it from: blog.learnlets.com This is a great article by one of my e-learning heroes, Clark Quinn. While this article is geared towards those in the e-learning field, everything he mentions could easily apply to all tech writers who … Continue reading

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The Genius Of Oreo’s Social Media Marketing

This article shows you the creative and expert social media marketing strategy behind the famous cookie loving brand Oreo, and what you can learn from it. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.201digital.co.uk I have to say, I’m really liking a lot … Continue reading

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You have no excuse not to read this blog now.

I received this nice little message in my blog’s notifications: Yes, that’s right! There are 1000 posts on this blog! Some posts are gems! Some are duds! Some are somewhere in between! But over three years, content has been curated … Continue reading

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Marketing Content is Stupid

I really enjoyed Joe Pulizzi’s keynote at the Intelligent Content Conference last year. It is called “Unlocking Your Content’s Potential,” and you can see it on Slideshare here. There were two consecutive slides, in particular, that sparked my interest. The first … Continue reading

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Ready to Party? Celebrate Electronic Signatures – Laserfiche

It’s never too late to plan a party. Tomorrow is National ESIGN Day, intended to commemorate, celebrate, and encourage the use of electronic signatures. Sourced through Scoop.it from: simplicity.laserfiche.com This is something I saw on Google+. I am someone who … Continue reading

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