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Today we release the latest in our series of #DigitalHistory infographics – The story of LinkedIn. Compared to many of the brands and sites we’ve covered previously (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube) LinkedIn has a more professional-focus, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the most popular networks on the internet today.
… zone, and do a small sketch each day for a week. Ghostwriting the company history book The client reviewed the first draft of the company history book. I also sent a scope of additional material I thought would be effective. We’ve reached an agreement for the additional material, so it’s full steam ahead on that. I slotted it into my schedule…
…, then have my own, while reading email. I caught up on some email last night, but there’s still a backlog. I need to deal with some of it before it gets out of hand. Then it’s time to get to work on the company history, and check my draft blog posts until lunch. Readers have asked about productivity, and how to stay creative. Creativity tools…
… a company history. The 50th anniversary of the company’s founding is coming up in two months. The company history will be part of the celebrations, and is also for historical purposes. My client’s considering a small book, plus a glossy magazine. I’m writing the book; the material for the magazine will include excerpts from the book. Once I…