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This is how NOT to pin on Pinterest! Click on the pin and see what happens. If you try to add a shortened link using something like bit. ly the link will be blocked by Pinterest.

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Reach Further's guide to finding images to illustrate your content. In January, I made the prediction that images were going to be the most important thing in social media this year. I think I was mostly right: we’ve seen the rise of Pinterest and Facebook paying 1bn dollars for photo sharing site Instagram. As a result, I’ve been banging on about the importance of images in social media. This is all very well, but where can you get good images from? Here are our 5 tips.

Did any of you spot the hashtag conversation started by Channel 4 in the advert break of Homeland last night? Bryony blogs about this new phenomenon of the TV channels trying to harness the power of Twitter:

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Should you tweet it? The ethics of social media Social media is about people and communication, so there’s always been a connection between social media, ethics and behaviour. People who don’t use social media are bombarded with negative press about it, such as stories of people losing their jobs because of something they’ve shared on Facebook. Read more by clicking on the image.

Are you game? 12 ways to gamify your business - article by @reachfurther's @amusedbush People are always looking forward to the next bigthing. In the business world, social media was the last big phenomenon, but as it reaches its legitimate place in the status quo, it’s now time to start looking beyond social. So what’s the next big thing? The buzz word on many forward-lookers’ lips is ‘Gamification’. Read more by clicking this image.