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Good sub-editors are the unsung heroes of the professional writing world. Here's why:
Hats off to @DT for introducing me to Grandfos - a company that knows its social business onions.
RT @mylearningworx: We've just added two new free courses from @tebbo to the course library. Find out more about them here
RT @mylearningworx: End of an era, but the start of something new for @tebbo.
Growing Your Business: Where Should You Start? -
How small businesses can reduce their costs on office supplies -
Get the RIGHT strategy to succeed in business going into 2014 -
Trials and tribulations of small businesses finding the right meeting room or conference venue -
Accounting is More than a Way To Pay Less Tax & 5 Tips That Prove It by Business Scholar -
Going social – time to push your brand -
Small Business Help Increases in a Variety of Ways -
Essential new technology for small businesses -
Need to search for content in non-standard files? -
Buying in store vs online: advice for stores from Graham Charlton -
Cheers @jackfitzsimons you just pushed my LinkedIn contacts over 500. All utterly genuine.
This is not breaking news... it's already gone viral -
Does your life revolve around relationships or transactions? @tari_lang shares her thought-provoking insights:
Crowd-sourced elearning from mylearningworx -
Tebbo's Kick Ass Writing Class -
RT @trttd: @digitalmaverick asks whether there are times when we should dig our heels in and become 'nailhousers'.
Added custom field to Outlook contacts. Couldn't export to Excel. Mad. "Known issue" etc. Found Marvellous. Hurrah!
RT @davewiner: Why Apple stores are raking in bags full of cash, and no one can dupe the formula.
RT @aashenden: My latest AIIM blog post: No really, social collaboration is NOT a waste of time #collaboration #social #e20
RT @MehdiElGueddari: “Twitter is pivoting“ This somehow feels scaringly accurate.
RT @JoannaHiggins: "Why PR gets no respect" -- and how social media could be changing all that...
RT @trttd: The excellent Neil Crofts ponders whether we should do the right thing, even when no one's looking:
Interested in the lifecycle of the Olympics IT infrastructure? I interviewed the LOCOG CIO, Gerry Pennell here:
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