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SXC Digital News, April 23rd, 2012

Posted on: April 23, 2012


Every Monday at 6am PST Sexy Digital News reports the most useful and interesting stories I have culled from the web on digital media, business and the future of marketing and advertising.

This weeks installment brings you a wide selection; from 30 things to Tweet about your brand, to the future of TV.

The 5 Etiquette Rules That Still Matter Today

inc.com – The word may sound stodgy. But courtesy and manners are still essential–particularly in business. The ‘elevator rule': Don’t discuss the meeting till you’re out of the elevator … and the building. The word “etiquette” gets a…

30 Things to Tweet About Your Brand

socialmediatoday.com – Businesses often experience a loss of direction a few days into Twitter. Once they have had enough of following influential people and greeting people in their network, there seems hardly anything worth doing. If you too are…

Morgan Stanley: LinkedIn Has Done A Brilliant Job Hiring New Employees

businessinsider.com – Morgan Stanley analyst Scott Devitt has a very bullish note on LinkedIn this morning. He’s impressed that LinkedIn has managed to hire a lot of new people while still being efficient. The revenue per employee has managed to be…

4 Ways To Create Brand Content People Actually Care About

fastcompany.com – Whether your goal is to galvanize public awareness around an important social issue or showcase new spring denim colors, aim to deliver relevant, sharable content for your customer across multiple touch points that connect to…

Content Curators Are The New Superheroes Of The Web

fastcompany.com – Yesterday, 250 million photos were uploaded to Facebook, 864,000 hours of video were uploaded to YouTube, and 294 billion emails were sent. No wonder content curation is one of the most important jobs of our digital age.

The Future of TV is More Than Social, It’s Distributed and Always-On

pandodaily.com – Much like the future of media itself, the future of television is more than social. Social is a fabric; it connects the individual nodes that make up the human network. But, social is also not a me…

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