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What Lori’s Reading: Issue #001

by Lori Taylor · 0 comments

Weekend Reading List We share a ton of content every week on our Twitter feed and Facebook page, all of it top quality. Yet, unless you have the patience of a saint, sifting through it all to find the cream of the crop can take hours.

So, if you want to save time and only read the best of the best, we’re now going to share our favorite posts each week on the Social Caffeine blog in a Weekend Reading List.

Here’s what I’ll be soaking up this weekend.

Congratulations, You Accidentally Wrote a Book Last Year

Oops! Did you really? Read this post and find out that probably you did, even if you’re not a blogger. (As for us, we wrote a ton of Social Caffeine ebooks last year. You should check them out on Amazon).

Brands Are STILL Failing to Engage Fans and Customers

Did you know that in any given week, less than 0.5% of Facebook fans engage with a brand they’re a fan of? Check out this Infographic to see if your brand is guilty of being socially scatterbrained.

A More Effective Way of Posting Links on Facebook Pages

Links are the least effective way to engage your Facebook fans. Here’s a sneaky-but-simple tip to get more attention when you want a must-share link to go viral.

The Ultimate Productivity Tool

A technology free productivity tool with no Chrome add-ons or iPad apps involved. Genius! (Caution: Strong language.)

A Simple Approach to Reduce Email Overload for Everyone

With most of us spending a quarter of our working lives de-clogging our inboxes, this two-sentence tip is a must-read.

Bonus reading material: Ever wondered how online advertisers know so much about you? This Web Marketing Infographic gives you the low-down.

Want to go supersize? For all the latest Social Caffeine updates and curated content, you should follow us on Twitter or like our Facebook Page.

Lori Taylor

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