Highly Effective Healthy Habits of Working Online – #Infographic

Working from home is one of the biggest dreams of many employees these days. While it comes with its own challenges, the benefits can vastly outweigh any of these hesitations. If you’ve discovered you work your best outside of an office environment, here are some practices to stay fit when your…

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Instagram is testing another killer feature that could crush Snapchat even more

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Instagram is not slowing down in 2018.

After Instagram crushed Snapchat – seriously, pounded the app into the ground – last year with its own disappearing Stories feature, the Facebook-owned app is now secretly testing a new “Type” feature that’ll let users share text-based clips instead of photos or videos.

The Next Web first spotted the feature back in December when it rolled out to a select group of private users in Japan, and now it appears Instagram is testing it on some users in Europe as well.

Mashable reached out Instagram and received the following statement from a company spokesperson: Read more…

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6 Free Twitter Marketing Tools – #Infographic

Are you looking for ways to improve your Twitter marketing strategy? Want some tools that can help you to build followers, schedule posts and generate engagement?

Red Website Design share 6 tools you should try in the infographic below. They all have free versions, you can upgrade them to unlock…

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Talking about #MeToo on social media is hard, but we shouldn’t stop trying

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When news broke late Saturday that the actor and comedian Aziz Ansari had been accused of sexual misconduct, I had plenty of thoughts but didn’t feel compelled to share a single one of them on social media. 

I partly blame my naturally cautious personality for that; I like to know exactly what I believe before I put it out into the world. But I also watched my timeline on Facebook and Twitter become a deluge of impassioned comments and hot takes. I didn’t want to wade into the churn just yet. I imagine I’m not alone. 

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The Top 10 Secrets of Running a Successful Business – #Infographic

Running your own business is a no easy accomplishment. With a lot of moving parts that you need to keep in check, it can be quite challenging and daunting to operate. But when done right, venturing into your own business can be one of the most rewarding decisions you’ll ever make in your life.

If…

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Americans say social media is destroying the news – but nobody knows what to do about it

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Social media truly is bringing Americans together… in our frustration over social media giants. 

Americans are fed up with the role that big tech companies now play in the news media, according to a new study from the Knight Foundation and Gallup. 

Maybe worse – we’re enormously conflicted on what to do about that.

On Tuesday, the Knight Foundation and Gallup published a sweeping study about the public’s perception of the media – including tech companies – and its role in politics and society. 

Entitled “American Views: Trust, Media and Democracy,” the study surveyed 19,196 Americans over the age of 18 about their news consumption habits, the extent that they believe the media is important to a democracy, whether they believe the media is succeeding in informing the public, how the proliferation of online news sources is contributing to their consumption of current events, the extent of the problem of fake news, and more.  Read more…

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