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LeadStrategic

2015-05-15

  • Hershey Co. recently learned that citizens of Utah eat more than twice the national average of candy, and that Minnesotans buy six-packs of Hershey bars at a higher rate than anywhere else in the nation. (It’s the s’mores!)
  • According to HubSpot, Internet posts that are longer than 1,500 words receive much higher rates of tweets and Facebook likes. (Frankly, I don’t care. I don’t like very long posts.) Also, 46% of people read blogs more than once per day.
  • Socrato! found that 96% of students with Internet access use social networking and that 59% of that group use social networking to talk about education and schoolwork.

Curiosity. Questions. Research. Information. Answers (sometimes). It’s a process that people are uniquely capable of (thank you Lord!) and a discipline we all need to engage in.

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