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Long time no see

Published on June 27, 2016, by in just for fun.

My work at Land Between the Lakes has kept me busy. Check out our website, blogs and social media at: www.landbetweenthelakes.us If you choose “Field Guide” category, you will find 37 posts about our native animals and plants at the national recreation area. You can learn things like “why do you see so many dead armadillos

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Staggering Stats about Twitter

Twitter statistics are staggering. From data mining in May of 2013 by StatisticBrain.com comes the following report:     The numbers of Twitter 554,750,000 — Total number of active registered Twitter users 135,000 —  Number of new Twitter users signing up every day 190 million — Number of unique Twitter site visitors every month 58

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Top 5 Twitter Marketing Mistakes – Guest Post

The Top 5 Marketing Mistakes on Twitter and How to Avoid Them (via 7 Graces of Marketing – Ethical Marketing for Social Entrepr) Learning the new marketing paradigm of Twitter can be a steep learning curve for many business owners. Author Lynn Serafinn shares ideas from her book Tweep-e-licious! that can help lighten the journey.There

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Twitter Standards

When I look around the Twitterverse I often wonder what are the best practices? I find many people offering advice — and in principle find it all good. Twitter standards I follow come from Dan Zarrella, Social Media Scientist at HubSpot. I’ve been a fan of  HubSpot for a few years now and enjoy their

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Twitter handlers to follow

You can follow me @LandBtwnLakes for behind the scenes at Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area. I highlight upcoming events, interesting pictures, conservation topics, Smokey Bear finds, and social media topics that I find useful and want to share with other public land recreation promoters. For more behind the scene looks at Land Between

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Interesting Descriptors

How Parents Around the World Describe Their Children infographic Take me to the land of “Easy!” ;-) I just wanted to share this chart from @visually as I ponder the melting pot of the world. Hope all is well. Jan

 
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10 Trends and how we fit

Trends 1) Play as a competitive advantage 2) The super stress era 3) Intelligent objects 4) Predictive personalization 5) The mobile fingerprint 6) Sensory explosion 7) Everything retail 8) Peer Power 9) Going private in public 10) Health and Happiness: hand in hand Source: http://www.slideshare.net/jwtintelligence/jwt-10-trends-for-2013-executive-summary How we fit When examining this list from one of

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Check in

Published on January 17, 2013, by in Career.

Currently I am preoccupied with transitioning our website at work to the new standards. It’s a team effort and much to do. Hope all is well in your worlds. Jan

 
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PowerPoint Rangers

“Allows the content-originator to control the presentation.” This quote from the 1984 business plan for software, eventually known as PowerPoint, says a lot. I found this quote in Ian Parker’s historical walk through PowerPoint written for the 28 May 2001 issue of The New Yorker magazine, Absolute PowerPoint. Parker’s account of the world’s obsession with

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AOL’s about me

I find time as my precious commodity now. My offline life skyrocketed with the new job, new house, new community, and new husband. It continues to fill my days and nights. So when I got on my email this morning to remove some of the 700 entries, I found that AOL’s about me pages have

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