Earlier this week, I created a video for you that illustrated why I use Feedly for reading blog posts, and not Google Reader like most of my peers. If you haven’t seen it yet, do take a look.
An element of Google Reader that is not of Feedly is the ability to share with you selected blog posts.
As I read articles on the blogosphere, I mark certain posts to be part of this running history of what inspires me. The posts are shown in reverse chronological order.
Scrolling below, you can see a summary of who and what inspired me this week:
John Jantsch guides you with 5 tips to improve social media marketing, from integration to amplification to lead generation and more.
Janet Fouts outlines 6 proven methods to attract Twitter followers. I dare you to try one method today.
Nick O’Neill advises businesses skeptical of launching social media campaigns without measuring ROI reconsider those motives, for it’s illogical to worry.
Amber Naslund argues hiring people because of job titles is meaningless. You need to focus on completing the project.
David Armano concludes there are 10 social media secrets–and confides he’s guilty of breaking some of them.
Seth Godin suggests there is more than one way to hire candidates for a job–and holding multiple 60-minute interviews is the wrong route to take.
To read more blog posts I continually mark to be shared with you, bookmark this link today!