Twitter Finally Lets You Share Team Accounts Without Sharing Passwords

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If you’ve ever tried to share a Twitter account with your team, you probably already know it sucks.

You can share the password, but then you get that one guy who leaves the password on a post-it on his laptop lid and the account gets hacked. Or someone leaves, and now 15 people all need to learn the new password.

You can use a third-party solution, but then you’re trusting yet another third party to not go out of business, not get acquired and shut down, not go down during business hours, and, most notably, not be awful for its own reasons.

In the 10 years since Twitter’s launch, it’s never gotten around to building its own fix — until now.

Like a number of Twitter’s power-user-focused features, the new Team tool is built into TweetDeck as opposed to the more standard Twitter client.

Here’s how to start using it:

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INFOGRAPHIC: Grammy Awards Social Media Statistics Unveil Music’s True Winners


The social media statistics from the 2015 Grammy Awards unveil the biggest stars in the music industry with just a little analysis.

Originally posted on Bits + Pieces Blog:

The social media statistics from the 2015 Grammy Awards unveil the biggest stars in the music industry with just a little analysis. We saved you the headache of crunching numbers by creating this infographic of only the most important social media analytics from the 2015 Grammy’s for your viewing and sharing pleasure. Just by collecting user-generated content surrounding #TheGrammys, you can reveal the most influential people in the music industry, the most loved artists of 2015, and entertainment’s most popular organic hashtags and trending topics. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show as we prove just how much you can learn by aggregating fan content with Stream by Tradable Bits.

Grammys 2015 Social Media Statistics Infographic by Tradable Bits

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Becoming a Better Listener

Originally posted on Social Media, etc.:

I’m a problem-solver. That’s one of the reasons I became a social strategist. I’m always on the look out for better solutions and ways to transform theory into practice. The downside to this is that I tend to not be the best listener. If you’re telling me anything that involves a problem my mind immediately focuses on that and begins to work on pulling together a variety of potential solutions. So even though I may nod and give some superficial “hmmmms…” and “then what?s” a decent part of my mind is elsewhere. While some may call that a strength- and to be sure it has often come in handy when a quick resolution is needed- it is also a potential weakness.

Social strategists must be strategic listeners as well as effective problem solvers. This can be difficult in our fast-paced world. The pressure comes externally as well as internally to…

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Директор по Маркетингу Чек-лист для соискателя

Originally posted on Целесообразный Маркетинг | Артём В. Комлев:

Чек-лист для соискателя

Ниже приведён чек-лист, в котором перечислены основные требования к соискателям на позицию “Директор по маркетингу”. Отмечая уровень достижений в каждой строчке таблицы, можно легко сформировать свой текущий профиль и определить общий уровень квалификации. Это поможет уточнить свои зарплатные ожидания и скорректировать стратегию профессионального развития.

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Desert Garden at the Huntington Library


Desert Garden at the Huntington Library by gardeninacity

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Some time ago I wrote a post about why I don’t plant succulents in my own garden. Ever since then, I have felt the presence of an invisible host waiting to pounce and shout, “Aha! Now you admit the error of your ways!”

Approaching the Huntinton Library's Desert Garden. Approaching the Huntinton Library’s Desert Garden.

We saw the Desert Garden at the Huntington Library on the Monday before Christmas. This garden is fun, exciting, fascinating, and visually powerful. But did it make me change my mind? Read on to find out.

Once the estate of a California plutocrat, the Huntington Library is now a privately run institution featuring extensive gardens, art displays, and libraries, all open to the public. The Desert Garden, covering 12 acres, was the inspiration of William Hertrich, the estate’s chief gardener in the earlier part of the 20th Century.

Desert Garden at the Huntington Library Smooth and spiky: Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii) and Agave parryi. I know…

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