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LinkedIn’s Q3 2014 Earnings

Editor’s Note: We’d like to share with you the announcement related to our 2014 third quarter earnings. We’ll also be providing updates from the earnings call on StockTwits starting at 2pm Pacific Time today. Today, we reported our financial results for the third quarter 2014. LinkedIn demonstrated strength in the third quarter, leveraging the scale created by our member network to deliver growth across all three product lines. Revenue for the … [Read More...]

Honoring Business Blogger Ghosts on Halloween

In traditional belief and fiction, a ghost is the soul or spirit of a dead person or animal that can appear in visible form to the living, explains Wikipedia. Of course, with today being October 31st, ghost costumes are the dress of the day at parties and even in the workplace.   Here at Say It For You, the term “ghost” takes on a whole other meaning. A ghostwriter, of course, is someone who writes books, articles, stories, … [Read More...]

Here are 5 Ways GIFs Can Amplify Your Content

While at times GIFS get a bad rap, if used correctly they can punch up your content and differentiate your blog from others. … [Read More...]

Roles to help drive results

Regardless of size and structure of your company, there are several roles that can effectively drive results. Executive sponsor – A chief customer officer or senior executive that is the key sponsor and advocate for the program, typically with direct access to the CEO. Customer strategy owner – The individual that leads the team, guides day-to-day activities, allocates resources, and tracks initiatives. Program leaders – … [Read More...]

Moxie: Getting your X-factor right

Leaders are always judged by others. The higher their profile the bigger the stage, and their words and their actions are magnified by the roles they hold. X-factors are comprised of many things that work individually — and collectively — to help the leader. These include ambition, creativity, humor and compassion, as well as three more words that begin with “C” — character, courage and confidence. X-factors … [Read More...]

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