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Pro-Tip: The more you specialize, the more you can charge.
 
Like the example above, catering halls are a sub niche of restaurants with a higher customer value and will pay more for the same service...
 
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Social strategy requires diving in

Analysis: Social strategy requires diving in | How the San Jose Sharks went social | Online chatter's influence on drug trials leaves researchers uneasy
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Analysis: Social strategy requires diving in
The Latin phrase solvitur ambulando -- "it is solved by walking" -- is key to social media strategy, Gerald Kane writes. "Only by doing and experimenting will leaders fully recognize the transformational benefits of social business for their company," Kane writes. MIT Sloan Management Review online/Social Business blog (7/29)
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How the San Jose Sharks went social
The San Jose Sharks have used social-software platform SAP Jam and gamification to boost employee morale and engagement. Casual employee pictures, scavenger hunts and prizes such as iPads helped to win over workers, executive Fiona Giuffre says. TechTarget.com (7/30)
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Online chatter's influence on drug trials leaves researchers uneasy
Scientists and drugmakers say online chatter could disrupt "blind" clinical studies and endanger patients. Patients may incorrectly report symptoms because of the suggestions or influence of other trial participants, or may abandon the study if they feel they are not receiving the medicine being tested, they say. The Food and Drug Administration has no policy on trial participants communicating through social media. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/29)
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TRUSTe 2014 US Consumer Confidence Privacy Report
Consumer trust is falling. 55% of consumers (down from 57% in 2013) say they trust businesses with their personal information online. For a valuable barometer of consumer confidence, business impact and recommended business practices, download the TRUSTe research report now.

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Brand marketers are embracing social networks' mobile ads
Consumer packaged goods brands and automakers are embracing mobile advertising via Facebook and Twitter, helping to boost revenues for the social networks. Analysts say major brands are recognizing that the networks currently provide the most efficient way to reach consumers on mobile devices. Adweek (7/30)
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Zambians get Web services from Facebook-backed effort
Facebook-backed nonprofit Internet.org has launched an application that provides free Web services to Zambians through Airtel. The app will allow access to Google search; health, jobs and welfare sites; a library resource; and Facebook. "[T]he plan is pretty amazing. But it's also a little bit troubling. It establishes an internet for poor people," Mat Honan writes. Wired.com (7/31)
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Palantir to acquire social-listening firm Poptip
Big Data firm Palantir will buy Poptip, a social analytics outfit that focuses on monitoring "raw, unstructured conversation" rather than "like" or follower counts. Its tools are used by brands such as Budweiser and ESPN to track online chatter and make better strategic decisions. MediaPost Communications/Social Media & Marketing Daily (7/30)
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Whiskey's false sense of innovation
The startup ethos and personal touch of U.S. whiskey distillers is an important part of their branding, but many of these brands aren't making anything -- they're buying their whiskey from MGP's industrial factory in Indiana. To be fair, it's tough to get in the game. "An upstart distiller has to buy a still and learn how to use it; then buy all the ingredients and actually ferment and distill them; buy barrels and build or lease warehouses in which to put them; and then sit on the investment for years," Eric Felten writes. The Daily Beast (7/28)
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A 'damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!' leadership style in social business may start in exactly the right direction, only to eventually lead the company miles off course."
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