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Links 1 through 10 of 34 susankbecker's Bookmarks

Advice about "long tail" keywords is especially valuable. Post by @AndrewTChung

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Curation, selecting information useful to your audience and saying why it is valuable, is an excellent way of establishing your expertise and becoming a "go to" person. I use Twitter primarily for curation. Why not do both? People have preferences among communication channels. Gathering several curatorial tweets and sharing them periodically via your newsletter is an excellent way to reach everyone--and a great way to repurpose your content! Post by @demianfarnworth.

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Scope of selections can imbue anyone with joys and rigor of design perspective. Reynolds succinctly says what each book offers, for whom, and why.

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Top 10 tips from Slideshare's "Powerpoint, it's not you, it's me" (see preceding bookmark).

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Excellent antidote to Tufte's hilarious--but overstated--antagonism to Powerpoint that returns responsibility for good design to presentation developer. Rewarding links, including to suggestions by Garr Reynolds.

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"Design is not just what it looks like. Design is how it works." Quote from 2003 New York Times article about the ipod, according to Mashable http://mashable.com/2011/10/05/steve-jobs-quotes/#28597-6.

http://on.mash.to/nLdyBg

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Masters share the results of their vision, in creation or performance; the rest of us make audiences experience the laborious development process, to some extent. Masters don't show the work.

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A compelling visual analogue of how extraneous detail can obscure "the story" underlying a presentation or print communication.

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