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6 Thought-Provoking Comments From The Community (Dec, 2011)

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Our community continues to improve posts here with their intelligent comments. For context to new subscribers, we’ve been sharing thought-provoking comments back to all readers as an ongoing series.

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December 26, 2011 Author Adam Singer In Digital Marketing and PR
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Content Formats Can’t Jump The Shark

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There is no shortage of people discussing the topic of ‘if infographics are played out.’ Upon searching Google, there are more than 14K results for the phrase match “infographics jumped the shark” as just one example:

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December 21, 2011 Author Adam Singer In Digital Marketing and PR
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Most Popular Future Buzz Posts In 2011

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2011 has been another thriving year for the marketing industry. As I’ve said at conferences, to clients and to industry friends: for those who are creative and motivated to learn, it has never been a better time to be a communications professional.

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December 19, 2011 Author Adam Singer In links, quick bits
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Learning From The Sports Industry Can Help You Win On Twitter

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We sports fans all know how it is: Whether we’re celebrating a home run, yelling at a failed shot attempt at the net, or even arguing with the broadcaster, we are constantly talking to the teams and whoever surrounds them as if they can hear us. Well, guess what? Now they can, with the help of social tools.

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December 14, 2011 Author Guest Author In Digital Marketing and PR
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Dear ReadWriteWeb: WTF? Signed, SEOs Globally

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I don’t normally pause what I’m doing to create a rage comic. But then again, I don’t normally see writers for major tech blogs publish a story that’s equal parts inaccurate and frustrating.

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December 13, 2011 Author Adam Singer In SEO
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If You Like Links, You’ll Hate What Facebook Is Doing To Them

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Sharing a link is one of the simplest and most social actions you can take on the web. It should be consistent across platforms. And Facebook has broken it (at least to leave Facebook) adding unnecessary complexity and poor user experience to an action the rest of the web thrives on.

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December 12, 2011 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News