Mandy Langel

Mandy Langel

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New research shows that people with depression use words such as 'always', 'nothing' or 'completely' more often than others.

New research shows that people with depression use words such as 'always', 'nothing' or 'completely' more often than others.

Explaining a Concept. To make something plain or comprehensible; to make understandable the nature or meaning of something.

Explaining a Concept. To make something plain or comprehensible; to make understandable the nature or meaning of something.

Are you contributing to your company's bottom line? We have identified key social media KPIs you should track and measure your wins and misses.

The Top 26 Social Media KPIs Marketers Can’t Ignore - Are you contributing to your company's bottom line? We have identified key social media KPIs you should track and measure your wins and misses.

LinkedIn for Business: The Ultimate Marketing Guide | Hootsuite Blog

With exceptionally high levels of professional engagement, LinkedIn is a social network your business cannot afford to ignore.

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ends will be touched and in most cases will write LinkedIn recommendations for you, also. When your friend receives the LinkedIn recommendation you’ve written for them, LinkedIn will prompt them to return the favor and write a recommendation for you.

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Check out this collection of articles on social media branding to create a consistent voice and messaging across all your social channels.

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This past Spring, AlphaGo — an artificial intelligence (AI) machine — beat the human world champion in a five-game match of Go, an ancient Chinese board game once considered so difficult that a computer could never master it.