In part two of the perfect Reddit post experiment,  all that is changing for now is the format. I’ve taken all the data from the earlier post and generated a more shareable version.

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First off, I’m very excited for Yahoo! and even more so for the Yahoos, especially the ones I know from back in the days when I was still working there. Taking in the news about the new CEO has to be the sweetest thing, coming from headquarters, since before the Microsoft takeover bid.

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Recently did some research for a client and wanted to share parts of that with you. Obviously there is no perfect Reddit post or even a perfect strategy how to get the visibility you look for.

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You will have read the news that Google started a world wide campaign to inspire countries to legalize same sex partnership rights.

The Huffington Post writes “Google launched a new campaign on Saturday supporting the legalization of same-sex marriage around the world. …the initiative, called “Legalize Love,” debuted in Poland and Singapore, and, “will focus on places with homophobic cultures, where anti-gay laws exist,” though it will operate in every city in which Google has an office.”

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I’ve been to many conferences in the past several years. And one little trick that I adopted significantly increased the value I get from my time there.

I’ve made it a habit to bring one of these with me – a PowerSquid Want to get the most out of a conference   bring a squid!. Anyone who has ever been to a big conference knows two things are certain. Wi-Fi will suck and there are too few power outlets.

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Due to the recent news about LinkedIn usernames and passwords being leaked to the public and apparently already used to annoy people with phishing mails, I thought I’d share my personal approach to keeping my identity save.

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