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Collaborative List Of The Best Articles Found In Week 16, 2013

Darth Vader's Guide to Conflict Resolution

While I have written about Star Wars before, I have yet to dabble in the Dark Side. Contrary to popular belief, Mr. Vader was not all about chopping off hands and blowing up planets. He had a management style rivaled only by Michael Scott when it comes to dealing with conflict in the workplace - or in this case, community management.

6 Examples Of People Being Awesome After The Attack On The Boston Marathon

Despite all of the horror, fear, and loss in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, people have responded with bravery. Many people who finished the marathon after the bombings just kept on running to area hospitals to see if they could donate blood or otherwise help.

10 Annoying Social Media Habits Businesses Need To Stop Doing

Habits are easy to fall into. When you're trying to change how you do things and you're incredibly busy, falling back into old habits happens quicker than you would expect. While most tend to be minor habits that don't have an overall impact, there are some habits that can be damaging, make you look lazy, or seriously hinder a page's growth.

A Journalist's Guide to Tweeting During a Crisis Like the Boston Bombing

If you were watching television on 9/11, then you probably remember the early initial reports-later proven false-that a car bomb had exploded outside of the State Department. This mistaken bit of speculation, which spread widely during that day's chaos, was later used as "evidence" by those who accused the government...

#SocialMedia: Joining Us Together Even in the Face of Fear | Soshable | Social Media Blog

You've probably heard it all by now, but on Monday afternoon, two explosions went off at the Boston Marathon, killing two and leaving twelve injured. As of the time of this blog posting, the culprit remains unknown, but one thing is certain: social media played a role in this tragedy like never before.

A Day With Glass: First Impressions Of The Early Days Of Google's Latest Moonshot

As we shared yesterday, the process to actually pay for the Glass Explorer Edition was quite simple. The next step in the process is actually getting your device, which can be done by picking it up at the Google campus in Mountain View, Los Angeles or New York City.

1 Simple Trick that Can Increase your Blog Post's Social Reach Tenfold

Writing a fantastic blog post is one thing, but getting some traction from it is quite another. No matter how informative or revolutionary the content contained inside is, if there aren't any eyes on your blog posts then all of the time and effort spent writing them has gone to waste.

14 Tiny Tweaks to Your Facebook Page That Make an IMMEDIATE Difference

Interesting display as well as some good points made

The future of business: Six layers of customer engagement

Over the past few years I have been giving a speech about the "six layers" of customer engagement. It has been a hit with my audiences and it occurred to me that I have never shared this idea with you. So, let's change that.

Experience: The Blog: The Rapidly Diminishing Authenticity of Social Media Marketing

Join me in a journey back to a simpler time; a time of innocence, hope and more than a little naivety. I'm talking, of course, about 2008. Facebook has 100 million users, a mere 200,000 people access Twitter each week, no brands are doing anything more than experimenting with the nascent social medium and virtually no one is employed full time in the field of social media marketing.