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Six Keys To Standing Out On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

With over a billion tweets sent every 72 hours, it’s hard to be noticed on Twitter. Unless you’re a celebrity, you’ve got to work hard to get your profound thoughts in front of more than a handful of tweeps. So how do you do it?
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The Secret Service Wants You To Alert Them To Suspicious Twitter Activity

Shortly after the third presidential debate, the secret service made a not-so-secret announcement to the world that it was looking very closely at any suspicious activity or threatening messages sent on Twitter. And they want your help.
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Looking For A Job In Tech? Come Network With Inside Network And SmartRecruiters

Are you searching for a job in tech? Maybe something involving social media management – where you can put all that Twitter expertise to good use?

The Inside Network Job Board is hosting a happy hour on Nov 1st with SmartRecruiters (details below).

And even if you’re not searching for a job right now, it’s always a good to know what’s out there. And the same applies for folks on the other side of the aisle: Recruiters looking for a new candidate pool are welcome as well!

Smart networkers will get in on this event before it fills up!

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How Has Social Media Changed Politics? [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are many people who look back at 2008 as the first real “social media election”. Barack Obama arguably used social networks more effectively than any politician before him, and his savvy digital campaigning helped take him to the White House.

Now, four years later, this infographic takes a look at social media’s impact on politics, tracing it to the current state of political social campaigning.
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Alcohol And Drug Peer Pressure Is Just As Strong On Social Media As In Real Life [STATS]

Kids don’t have to be face-to-face to influence each other. New research finds that online peer pressure through Twitter and Facebook can be just as influential as offline interactions when it comes to alcohol and drug use.
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5 Risks Of Using Social Media As A Corporation [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are plenty of legal hurdles that corporations have to navigate in their day-to-day operations, and social media is no exception. Here are the top 5 risks that corporations face when tweeting, status updating or blogging.
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How Does Your Social Media Use Define Your Travel Style? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Does the way you use Twitter influence how you travel? The folks who put together this infographic think so!
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Social Media For Social Good [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media has changed the business world in a big way, but it’s also had a significant impact on the social good and charity arena. Those undertaking grassroots campaigns to help others have found a friend in Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social networks, and this infographic explores just how charity campaigns have harnessed the power of social media.
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The Best (And Worst) Times To Post To Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, And Google+ [INFOGRAPHIC]

A lot has been said about social timing. Getting your content in front of the right people involves getting it out at the right time on fast-paced social networks.

This infographic from Social Caffeine explores when’s the best time to post to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest.
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What Was The Social Buzz At DNC Day 1?

The Democrats and Republicans are duking it out offline, but they’re also taking the battle to social media.

The Democratic National Convention is being held in Charlotte this week, and Twitter is on full alert. The below infographic examines the 140-character buzz surrounding the people, speeches and ideas emerging from the Convention, to give us a sense of the real-time reactions people are sharing on Twitter.
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