Facebook: Pages may see organic reach decline - Inside Facebook via @InsideNetwork
A nifty tool that lets you compare fundraising websites to see which site your nonprofit should use to raise money online.
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"Mr. McLaughlin credits the effectiveness of promotional products to centuries old cultural norms around the rule of reciprocity. “If you give something, the recipient is honor bound to give something back,” he said."
This quote is from a really interesting post by @MPMueller1 of @dn3austin on the NY Times blog about promotional products. Its a quick post that offers some interesting history and tips on best promotional products.
"The biggest tip I can give you to up your introducing skills is to always assume that whoever you’re talking to knows nothing about you or your work. No matter how big of a deal you are, if you abide by this rule, you win at life."
This entire post is a great read on networking by @JessicaHische
This is a must read for anyone who is trying to start an online business. Really helpful to see how one person tested the market before starting web development.
"Truth is this: Quora is not just a place to ask and answer. It’s a place where CEOs and startup founders are connecting closer to people (not to users, necessarily) and increasing their brand presence. Brand is one of the key things in marketing your startup. And you can leverage Quora to establish your startup’s presence and consequently, the brand."
Why You Shouldn’t Be Relying on Your Alarm Clock to Wake Up via @lifehacker
Interesting read from Inc Magazine that lists 3 signs to identify a Martyr leader.