[Podcast] Ep. 28: UPS dogs, Amazon Key, Juicero and Zeef

Mindset Digital
Mindset Digital // November 9, 2017
In this Three Things episode of the Mindset Digital Podcast, Pete Brown recruits Jen Michaels, Mike Taylor and Matt Weiner to help catch him up on what’s happening in the digital world. From artificial intelligence to UPS dogs to Amazon Key and something called Zeef, tune into this week’s episode...

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Tips Tuesday: Prioritizing Your Facebook News Feed

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // October 10, 2017
“Why didn’t you like my last Facebook post?” This is a phrase I hear too often in a nice text message reminder from a friend asking me to like their Facebook post. This weird question always prompts the same response: “Oh I didn’t see it, it must’ve been buried in my feed." Half...

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Tips Tuesday: How to Correctly Insert GIFs into Twitter

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // September 20, 2017
Whether you pronounce it with a j or a g, GIFs reign supreme on social media. I mean who doesn’t love watching Leonardo DiCaprio get put in his place by Lady Gaga on a continuous loop. But nothing is more frustrating than a GIF that doesn’t autoplay or, even worse...

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iPhone X, Snap-mojis and one-click purchasing: the week in review

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // September 15, 2017
Our weekly roundup brings you a list of curated content in social, technology and Mindset Digital happenings from need-to-know to silly social trends. Last week in social… Crisis Response comes to Facebook. The social media site is releasing Crisis Response, a one-stop center for users to find out more information about recent crises...

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Tips Tuesday: What Should Be in Your Twitter Bio?

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // September 12, 2017
160 characters. That’s all Twitter gives you to write your bio and wow the vast sea of Twitter users. You can’t even call that an elevator pitch. It’s more like you’re on the outside of the elevator while the person you’re trying to pitch to is inside the elevator, and...

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MSD Podcast 27: What L&D Should Steal from Marketing

Mindset Digital
Mindset Digital // August 31, 2017
There are many challenges facing Learning & Development departments in corporate America. L&D Guru Mike Taylor says many of these challenges can be met by stealing tactics from the marketing department, plus he recommends specific tools that will give your training an immediate boost in production value and visual appeal. [embed]https://soundcloud.com/mindset-digital/ep-27-what-ld-should-steal-from-marketing-with-guest-mike-taylor[/embed] Links: ...

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Tips Tuesday: How (And Why) to Use Twitter Polls

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // August 29, 2017
Making a Twitter Poll Creating a Twitter poll is quick and easy. First, log into Twitter and compose a new tweet. Then, click the horizontal bar graph icon (third from the left) at the bottom of the Compose new Tweet box. Once you click the icon, the classic “What’s happening?” will turn into “Ask...

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On being social, even when you don’t want to be

Ann Cady
Ann Cady // August 24, 2017
As an introvert who's juggling responsibilities outside of work and inherently skittish about putting a public persona out there, being on social media is not one of my favorite things to do. So what to do if you're at a company or in a profession where being a part of social...

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Tips Tuesday: How to Avoid Being Tagged on Facebook

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // August 15, 2017
The scariest thing a person can wake up to is a ton of Facebook notifications when you know you haven’t posted anything in a while. What did your friends tag you in? While your friends may think it’s a funny idea to post a photo of you looking rough, your...

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Discover the advantages of LinkedIn Groups

Kelly Rudolph
Kelly Rudolph // August 8, 2017
Tips Tuesday: LinkedIn Groups TLDR; What you get out of LinkedIn Groups is based on what you put into them. LinkedIn Groups can help you create connections, become a thought leader in your field, and help open job opportunities. But only if you are willing to put in the work. What...

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