- Back up. No, a little more: Psychotactics Zingers looks at how to avoid speed bumps when writing sub-heads.
- Front-in parking only: HootSuite offers an auto-scheduler. Here's why one critic thinks you shouldn't use it.
- Parking ticket: This study looked at Facebook pages and found that 72 percent display "bipolar" posting behavior: A flurry of posts, followed by silence of up to two weeks.
- Valet service, anyone? Facebook users who "like" pages for TV shows are 75 percent more likely to watch those shows, continued rice tossed on the excellent marriage of teevee and social media. This is aided by the fact that 88 percent of U.S. consumers use mobile as a "second screen" while they watch said teevee.
- Can you back into that space? The little-known LinkedIn.com/alumni will take you to an easy way to find people who went to your school the same years you did. Among other things, it will give you a dashboard of data showing who's employed where and in what fields.
- Double-parked: Facebook users can now suggest photos for place pages, and those peeking at FB code say it soon may incorporate hashtags.
- Public parking, indeed: As YouTube hit its 8th birthday, we learn that 100 hours of video are uploaded to the site every minute.
- Hidden parking spot: Facebook's testing a way to let page admins create unpublished posts that can be hidden from those who like the page, but promoted to specific audiences directly.
- Rearview mirrors help: Google Glass is projected to become an $11 billion market by 2018. And someday, it may stop the trend of taking photos with cameras and cellphones.
An expert parking job: There's just one more week to get registered for Be an Expert on Working with Experts, coming up on June 13 in Washington, DC. The registration discount's been extended, so you can still grab a seat for $50 off the regular rate. Are you in? Lots of smart communicators will be parking themselves there for the day.
Find a place to park yourself with these great communications jobs: Food and Water Watch needs a digital content director...the American Red Cross wants a senior communications specialist in disaster public affairs...Harvard's graduate school of education seeks a communications manager...the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is looking for a senior director of corporate communications...
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