On the last day of the year, I’m here to share the 5 tweets with the most engagement in 2013. If you only read 5 articles in 2013, here’s your list! Stay tuned to our Twitter account to see all the good things we share in 2014!
Learn the Etiquette of Good Linking
Linking to credible content delivers value to your customers without taking anything away from the content creators. But be mindful of the etiquette of good linking, which benefits both the source and your site or newsletter. A CPA firm published entire articles on its blog without getting permission from the authors. I should know: A tweet from one of the principals led me to her site, which contained an article of mine in its entirety.
Three Free Event EBooks You Should Read
Conferences, events and meetings are evolving. We live in a time where change is the constant. Disruptive innovation is the name of the game. If the institution can be disrupted, it will be. Here are three ebooks that discuss some of those event game changers.
Why iOS7 Is Great for Event Planners
Yesterday marked the birth of the revolutionized IPhone that Apple consumers have been waiting for. IOS 7 offers an amazing new, sleek and modern design that is much more visually appealing for users. Everyone will have their own reasons why they love the new software update, but what benefits does it have for event planners?
10 Things You Didn’t Know Dropbox Could Do
We live in an age when we want (and sometimes need) to access information at all times. This includes our own data and files — text documents, photographs, videos, music and more. That’s why services like Dropbox and the cloud are so popular with the connected generation. Free of charge (with a paid upgrade option), Dropbox lets you upload your files to folders accessible anywhere there’s an Internet connection. It eliminates the hassle of emailing yourself attachments and running into size limits. People can use Dropbox through the desktop app, mobile apps or via the web.
14 Google Tools You Didn’t Know Existed
Now that you’ve written your eulogies for Google Reader, it’s a good time to remember that Google has an abundance of other resources that may not be as popular but still deserve a spotlight. We rounded up some lesser-known Google tools and applications that could help you cope with the loss of Reader and rekindle your love for Google.
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