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Our Favorite Tweets

I come across a great deal of useful information each day and I get a real kick out of sharing the really good stuff with you all. Whether it’s a story that could push your career in a new direction, an industry specific study or a inspiring new Internet marketing concept, my goal is the make the main Onward Search Twitter feed as valuable to you as possible.

Moving forward, I’m going to up the ante in the value department by pulling together the most valuable stories and articles I’ve tweeted about over the past month and present them all right here! Getting the top headlines and most important industry commentary through Onward Search has never been easier. Without further adieu… Our Favorite Tweets!

Sep 15 – “SEO is Dead” is dead – This great post from the SEO 2.0 blog tackles misguided declarations about the state of SEO and the web.

Sep 16 – You’re Skills Aren’t Up To Date… – I love reading B.L. Ochman’s Blog for exactly this type of career advice. Keep up with emerging media or risk being left behind.

Sep 24 – Graphic Designers Can Earn More – This was such an insightful list of ways to expand and enhance a graphic design career from the Graphic Design Blog, I just had to share!

Oct 1 – Web Analytics Mistakes to Avoid – The Bruce Clay blog offers straight forward, can’t-miss advice on maximizing your analytics.

Oct 4 – Your Career Is Not Luck – Amber Naslund from Brass Tack Thinking challenges us to consider our careers as more than just “jobs”.

Oct 6 – Top 50 Social Media Blogs of 2010 – What’s not to love about this list from The Entrepreneur Blog? Stay on top of this list to stay ahead of the social media curve.

Oct 8 – 11 Common Personal Branding Mistakes – James Adams guest posted on Techipedia about the value of presenting your personal brand properly.

Until my next wrap up, be sure to follow my tweets at @onwardsearch and the updates from the entire Onward Search team so you don’t miss a thing!

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