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Anderson Cooper, Tristan Harris

Video: Is Silicon Valley turning us into smartphone junkies?

A recent “60 Minutes” report looks into Silicon Valley’s role in brain hacking, the practice of understanding how we respond to stimuli so programmers can make their software more compelling.

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A beginner’s guide to sharing curation

Make your curation efforts stand out in a noisy digital world.

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#hashtags

A beginner’s guide to curation the easy way

Pick a method or two, and learn to curate information painlessly and quickly.

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Hootsuite

These metrics apps bring statistical clarity to social media

Here are four tools that help me understand my social media marketing and interaction …

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Bitly

Why Bitly is the only link shortener you need

Short links are the currency of social media. We see them, we share them, we click them.

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Facebook Live stars

The world of Facebook Live

If you want to see more of your Facebook friends and neighbors than ever before, Facebook Live is now streaming.

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Buffer

Save time on social media with these scheduling apps

Here are three tools I use regularly, and usually daily …

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Syed Balkhi

Video: Syed Balkhi on managing time for blogging

Our most precious resource as bloggers is time. Writing, planning, posting, editing, responding, promoting — where do we find time to do it all?

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Y'all Connect app

Download our 2015 photo app for free

Our new app has an inside look at Y’all Connect Presented by Alabama Power.

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Video: Jenny Schmitt on trends and technology

Audiences love Jenny Schmitt for her dissection of current trends from millennials to mobile. She discusses nine-and-a-half trends in her talk, “Emerging Social Trends, Technologies and Tools.”

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