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  1. Deal With the Big Rocks First

    Many website teams spend too little time on the big rocks, but spend years on the sand and water. Then the professor poured water into the jar, filling it to the top, proclaiming, "Nope, now it is full.

  2. Social Customer Service Secrets to Avoid Negative Search Results

    Clearme sends out swag packages thanking its loyal customers who travel the globe and surprises travelers with random acts of kindness gate gifts such as bottles water and a healthy snack. We research someone online before agreeing to a first date...

  3. Microsoft Opens Online Scroogled Merchandise Store

    Microsoft also blogged about the new merchandise on their Scroogled blog, also mentioning items such as water bottles, so it's likely not the last of the items we will see in the Scroogled store. Once viewers do hit Scroogled.com, data collected...

  4. 22 Facebook PR Secrets Every Community Manager Should Know

    Have fun and think full.percent air + 50 percent water = 100 percent full. Do more with less, be creative and adventurous, and fluid like water. For post frequency, Zarrella found in his research that the sweet spot is four to five times a week but...

  5. How to Create an Editorial Calendar That Will Grow Your Audience

    This strategy builds a relationship with potential clients and can be used to build authority on home maintenance in general, plumbing and water management specifically. An editorial calendar will organize your team, but team members still need...

  6. Photos & Videos as Social Currency: The People Behind Content Creation & Curation

    Sixty-six percent of all internet users said they use Facebook, blowing the other networks out of the water. The survey was conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International (PSRAI). Pew Internet set out to answer these questions in a...

  7. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Via this page, you'll see Google's logo and search box in Chinese floating on the surface of water above some sharks and nasty looking fish. Type in a search such as [shark], and then a few pictures of sharks will drop down into the water and send...