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3 Ways to Create Your Own Animated GIFs

by Kapil Jekishan
July 12, 2015
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If you want to spice up your presentations or you’re simply looking to create an animated GIF that adds meaning and excitement to your blog or social profiles, here are three simple tools I’ll often turn to. Animated GIFs have been around for years, but over the last year they’ve started to become prominent across […]

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What Tinder Can Teach You About Social Selling

by Kapil Jekishan
July 5, 2015
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The concept of dating and meeting new people has changed through the evolution of apps. I caught up with a friend who talked me through how Tinder (dating app) has allowed him to meet with so many new individuals that he no longer persists with conventional methods. Given my curiosity, I asked him to talk […]

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Infographic: Is Your Social Selling Creepy?

by Kapil Jekishan
June 1, 2015
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Have you ever received a LinkedIn request from a salesperson wanting to connect without any given season? Maybe you met someone at a conference and now they’ve tracked you down on Facebook – it all seems a bit too creepy doesn’t it? The trusty creative folks at HubSpot have put together an excellent report which […]

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How to Promote Your Content in LinkedIn Groups

by Kapil Jekishan
May 14, 2015
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Like most, sorry, ANY social networking site, the primary goal of a LinkedIn group is to create a hub for quality connections and conversations. LinkedIn is a professional network, focusing on B2B relationships, which means the quality of the interactions are much higher than those from micro platforms such as Twitter or Snapchat. Why Groups LinkedIn Groups is a […]

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How to Get Social with Twitter Chats

by Kapil Jekishan
April 2, 2015
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Twitter chats are an awesome blend of the old school chat room, and the (fairly) new school hashtag. Essentially Twitter chats are a group of Twitter users who meet at a scheduled time and day to have a conversation around one unique hashtag. These hashtags are focused on a particular theme or topic that the […]

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