1. MUAY THAI - VIBES (by Abderules)

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    • Cacería

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      • How to display links of social network on Google+ profile?

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        Learn how to display links of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter on your Google+ profile to take your audience to a new level. With the help of this easy and step-by-step tutorial do it with ease. This is part of our video tutorial series Understand Google+. Subscribe to our channel for more such exciting videos and updates. ~ Blog – http://www.blogmatics.com Google+ – https://google.com/+blogmaticsblog Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/blogmatics Twitter – https://twitter.com/blogmatics Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/blogmatics LinkedIn – http://in.linkedin.com/in/blogmatics ~

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        • Twitter... beaucoup plus que #gohabsgo et @katyperry!

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          Aperçu de l'atelier, Mon RAP... de MOI à NOUS en 6 semaines, donné lors de la conférence virtuelle de l'équipe TacTIC en mai 2015. Lien vers la présentation : http://bit.ly/RAPJHJS

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          • #unFordgettable - Una giornata negli anni 90 TWITTER

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            • LOSTBOY ILLUSTRATIONS Yoko Ono Zine

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              I have always had such high admiration for Yoko Ono. This is my first attempt to do a #365project by illustrating her twitter tweets every day. I think her words/thoughts/music is magic and so far have completed over 168 days in a row. This video is 20 illustrations in a form of a zine of some of my favorites thus far. Hope you enjoy it. These zines are available to those who email! Thanks in advance! These zines are so lovingly made (binding is sewed on a machine), each cover has an individual illustration unique to each zine. Limited Edition. lostboyillustrations.com instagram: @_lostboy_ theseateachesme@gmail.com #365yokoonoillustratedtwittertweets

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              • ACG Twitter Tips at Noon: Facebook Custom Audience Building

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                ACG Twitter Tips at Noon: Episode 1 - Facebook Custom Audience Building. Follow me on Twitter for more digital marketing and social media advice: www.twitter.com/ACGBen

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                • Johnson Controls: How we empower our executives to tell the brand’s story, presented by Sam Sova

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                  The case study above was presented at SocialMedia.org's Member Meeting 35 in New York on May 20, 2015. SocialMedia.org Member Meetings are the most useful, efficient, and productive meetings for social media leaders at big brands. You’ll collaborate with smart and generous people like you, with jobs like yours, at companies like yours. No vendors, no agencies, no sponsors, no consultants, and no small businesses allowed — ever. To learn more, visit socialmedia.org/meetings. To download the slide presentation in this video, visit http://wom.us/1NapB0n. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In his SocialMedia.org Member Meeting case study presentation, Johnson Controls' Director of Global Social Media & Web Content, Sam Sova, talks about how they empower their executives to tell the brand's story in social media. Sam explains how they developed, structured, and implemented their leadership training program on LinkedIn and Twitter. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Below is live coverage of this session: — Sam: Tells the Johnson Controls story and why this is important to get executives empowered. A new CEO came on board and his focus was how do we bring all our businesses together into one. So it was important for us to have a consistent story. — Sam: We touch a lot of people with our products so we wanted to build a manifesto to tell our story. — Sam: We also wanted to tell our story with our employees, and then through the website as well. — Sam: We thought it was the right time to get executives out there — One of the most powerful ways we tell our story is through our executives. — CEO brought together all the Johnson Controls leadership and partnered them with a communications partner. Started with a LinkedIn profile and it helped them figure out how they could scale the program. — Training really started with LinkedIn and Twitter. We don’t ghost write for our executives, we train them to be authentic. — Sam: Example of leadership training — 4 elements of Twitter training: Leadership landscape, content strategy, increasing impact, and mitigating risk. — Sam: There are four voices that the executive can have on Twitter. We match it to what’s going on in their business. This lets them be authentic and provides content ideas for them. The motivator, connector, and celebrator The quotable thinker Industry trends observer The 1:1 engager — Sam: “Good to Great” training to increase impact — look at their content and focus on how to make it better — Sam: Mitigating risk tips: Can it be retweeted by a journalist? Always proofread. Is the message clear? — Sam: CEO, Alex Molinaroli is very active on social mostly to talk with employees. Wants to communicate everything that’s happening in Johnson Controls. — Sam: Example of authentic content — Tweet of CEO and an employee that had been with the company for 35 years. — Sam: Example of authentic content — customer messaged the CEO and he was able to respond and call in the appropriate people to resolve the problem. He’s also getting really great at live tweeting at internal and external events, as well as sharing the content of other employees at Johnson Controls. — Sam: We know that our audience is watching the CEO’s social presence and reaching out to us about it. — Sam: We measure the CEO’s activity and how it’s impacting overall engagement. — Sam: They have the command wall with two screens — one to show all of Johnson Controls’ social activity and one to show our listening metrics and data. We also show the content of other industry partners. — Sam: We’re really on a journey to tell our story and proactive training executives to leverage that.

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                  • Roy Choi on food that tastes like LA (trailer)

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                    What do Twitter and tacos have to do with each other? Meet the chef who took gourmet food onto LA’s streets. Thanks to the success of Kogi, the much-celebrated Korean taco food truck, Korean-American chef Roy Choi is credited as the "godfather of the food truck movement". The classic Kogi combination of high and low food culture placed him in Food & Wine magazine's Best New Chefs of 2010. But Choi prefers to think of himself as a kind of social designer. He pays a lot of attention to how we design our food systems in connection with the greater whole of contemporary society. Kogi was the culmination of his desire to make gourmet food more accessible, but its success was part and parcel of wider social shifts – in Korean and Latino culture, in the city of Los Angeles and in the rise of social media such as Twitter. All of these elements were part of Choi’s meticulous and well-considered design. Until Kogi, Choi’s life had been lived according to a template. “I lived a straight-forward life: I was a chef and I studied. I practised my craft, I built a family, I did the best I could and I moved up the ladder. I ended up running really elaborate kitchens,” he says. But despite following the blueprint, Choi was laid off (“I really got fired, but laid off sounds better”). In that moment of despair, a friend called him up to start a taco truck together and the food truck revolution began. “We went out on a mission,” he says. “We were like The Goonies really.” That mission began with Choi targeting club goers and being an early adopter of Twitter. He leapt onto the social media platform, tweeting the location of Kogi as it moved around the city. “We were almost just throwing these messages in a bottle out to the universe. We had no idea who was out on the other end,” he says. It turned out that hordes of hungry people were. The Kogi truck would pull up to a location and find around 700 people waiting. This was 2008. “We started [outside nightclubs] at midnight, serving this taco which tasted like the city.” This “city-tasting” food is a result of the role that minority cultures play in LA. A minority himself, Choi believes these cultures permeate and infect the mainstream with their food, style, habits and design. “LA is a city that is extremely fresh because we have so many immigrants coming through and so many different cultures coming through. We don’t have these long-cemented ideals of history built within us. Everything is up for change because so many people just arrived.”

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                    • Making $1,000.00 in 1 night.

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