I thought that was a bit negative but the article itself has some good information. Because of the original headline, we must always remember to give people credit, retweet them, etc.
Andrew Hanelly wrote this post for Socialmediatoday. What caught my attention was the question, what type of content would people want to “steal”? It’s always a good reminder for me, anyway when I’m searching for pieces to remember who my audience is, what they need and want and go from there. Intro: “is your content worth stealing, picture of burglar alarm I hope you steal this blog post.
I have applied a keen eye for blending cultural trends, the right people and emergent industries to create dynamic new businesses in cable TV, internet and currently mobile media and marketing services for local and national companies.
I was an associate publisher for three startup magazines in New York. I helped brand and position these magazines in the marketplace through promotions at trade shows, advertising and special events
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