snackable content: the pros and cons

snackable content: the pros and cons: "Snackable content is the latest buzzword to enter the ever-changing content marketing scene. But as with any fad or trend, it is important to consider exactly what the bandwagon is that everyone seems to jumping on, and of course, the pros and cons. "'via Blog this'

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5 questions to ask yourself before starting a company blog

5 questions to ask yourself before starting a company blog: "One of the main reasons company blogs fail is because of a lack of commitment. Business blogging is hard, and in order to have a sustainable blog that is updated frequently, you will need to put in a significant amount of time per week. The most important question to ask yourself: are you prepared to put in the time and effort to make it work?...

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Markdown Here Adds Markdown Support to Email and Web Forms [feedly]

I love markdown. anything markdown I'll use. added.     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site Markdown Here Adds Markdown Support to Email and Web Forms Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Thunderbird/Postbox: Markdown is a great way to instantly render text as HTML without knowing a lick of coding, and if you want to use that in an email client like Gmail or Postbox, Markdown Here adds the functionality easily. Read more...     Visit website Sent via...

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Four desks for a minimalist work space [feedly]

I don't have much room at home. In fact make that no room at home so I've been on lookout for something like these products for a while. A tad on the expensive side but Free Stand especially looks perfect.     Shared via feedly // published on Unclutterer // visit site Four desks for a minimalist work space Whether you stand or sit while you work, chances are you may be using an office...

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FInally.io does a cannonball into the cloud-server monitoring pool [feedly]

Another cloud monitoring service for me to check out.      Shared via feedly // published on Cloud // visit site FInally.io does a cannonball into the cloud-server monitoring pool Deploying in the cloud can cut the cost of on-premise gear and the number of employees needed to tend to it, but maintaining compute and storage resources on, say, Amazon Web Services can get tedious and pricey. Several startups have emerged to solve those problems....

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