Learning to learn: finding motivation with a think board - Scoop.it Blog
Editor's Note: This is a guest post for the #learningtolearn series. Finding and collecting inspiration from unexpected places is an integral part of staying motivated and expanding the scope of your knowledge.
Why “Motivation by Pizza” Doesn’t Work
My store manager implemented an embarrassing (and happily short-lived) safety incentive: Employees caught violating safety procedure were immediately given a two-foot rubber chicken on a string to â¦
15+ Awesome Google+ Tricks You Might Not Know About
Google is slowly but surely improving Google+ and trying to bring the social network to the masses. Yet some of Google+'s best features are less than obvious for both avid Google Plussers and those who are still wondering what the point of it is. Here are some of the more interesting or at least useful tips for getting the most out of Google+.
5 Reasons Brand Strategy and Social Media Should Work Together
While a social media department that exists in a silo is certainly better than none at all, it’s not nearly…
Facebook Is Ending the Free Ride
Facebook pulled the best practical joke of the internet age: the company convinced countless celebrities, bands, and "brands" that its service was the best way to reach people with eyeballs and money. Maybe it is! But now that companies have taken the bait, Facebook is holding the whole operation hostage.
The Power of Video for Businesses [Infographic]
Content - Nearly three-quarters of consumers (73%) say they are more likely to purchase after watching videos that explain a product or service, according to a recent report from Animoto.
Consumers Trust Social Media Recommendations [INFOGRAPHIC]
People trust product and brand recommendations from other people more than they trust traditional media or advertising channels, and friends and family recommendations on social media channels, particularly Facebook, are trusted most of all. The average consumer mentions specific brands over 90 time