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My post on Business Insider: Should Businesses Treat Influencers Differently?
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I interviewed awesome community managers on when they first knew online community mattered. Many thanks to David Spinks Natalie Maršan Ryan Lee Cox Matthew Knell Marsha Collier and more!
5 tips for turning a new signup into a power user via @meganberry
.@RebelMouse covered today in TC, VentureBeat, TNW, WSJ, Fast Co, GigaOm, more! Feeling very thankful and lucky. rbl.ms/press
Love this - Stanford making it easier to blend computer science & other fields. news.stanford.edu/news/2014/marc…
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5 Hashtag Tracking Tools for Twitter, Facebook and Beyond socialmediaexaminer.com/hashtag-tracki… via @smexaminer by @ajmeraharsh
Honored to be featured on @getlittlebird's list of Top Community Manager's of 2014! getlittlebird.com/2014/01/cmad-2… #cmgr #cmgrchat
5 Reasons RebelMouse Makes Your Blog Better
Just completed a 4.48 mi run - Starting to look a lot like spring! :) rnkpr.com/a57hg3q #RunKeeper
Happy International Women's Day! rbl.ms/1qiCVWs #IWD2014 #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/CZJeULPBwz
SXSW 2014 for the People Who Are Stuck at Their Desks mashable.com/2014/03/07/sxs… via @mashable #sxsw using @rebelmouse
We at DP love the tech scene over here in NYC, but have a lot of friends over in CA! Comparing NY and SF @meganberry huff.to/1ieKrvP
Guys, I'm in a calendar. Life dream complete. traackr.com/the-engagers-2… thanks to @Traackr pic.twitter.com/VdazvDPg71
Love this piece. As I've been reading Lean in, I've been thinking that it's more important for managers in general to read to be aware of how they might subconsciously treat men versus women than a manifesto for every woman. To Kristin's point here, "leaning in" might not mean the best quality of life, most happiness or other traits. The real goal in my mind, is getting to a point where women don't have to lean in unless they want to.
Lean In has some great points about how women tend to be more quiet, more "nice" and less willing to ask for the promotion or raise. This is a generalization, but also incredibly useful information for any manager who can then think about their group and whether they're giving too much attention to those who ask for promotions and overlooking those who are doing a killer job but pushing for the company over themselves. These people (and they could be men or women I think) might be better investments for a company in the long run anyway.
WTF, not okay RT @Jenjencollier: This just happened. pic.twitter.com/rlwwMxuwAC