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This Week’s Tweets and Pins

Here are the links I shared on my Twitter and Pinterest accounts that you might find interesting:

56 Ways to Market Your Business on Pinterest | Copyblogger – http://www.copyblogger.com/pinterest-marketing/

Amazon Publishing bookshop boycott grows | Books | http://guardian.co.uk http://j.mp/zi1Upw

Don’t Let the Pebbles Cover the Rocks, lead with delegation, time management, & emotional intelligence -http://www.greatleadershipbydan.com/2012/02/dont-let-pebbles-cover-rocks.html

The Future of Sharing: http://pinterest.com/pin/193021533999250538/

Horror Writers Assoc list the top 6 vampire novels of all time. Do you agree? http://j.mp/zWylXz

How to Talk to Your Patrons About Penguin & Other Publishers Not Loaning eBooks to Libraries | Librarian by Day http://j.mp/xospRX

Penguin Group Terminating Its Contract with OverDrive — The Digital Shift http://j.mp/zTB3N2

Penny Arcade – the slippery slope of Downton Abbey http://penny-arcade.com/comic #pbs #npr

Pinterest is quietly generating revenue by modifying user submitted pins. | LL Social http://j.mp/ypDmKn

Pinterest sets record for fastest site to hit 10 million monthly visitors | Articles http://j.mp/wefIvT

Publishers: Do you push the industry into the future, or try to protect the past? http://bit.ly/x9eYoKR

Read Banned Books: http://pinterest.com/pin/193021533999223383/

Simon & Schuster, Macmillan Express Concerns About Library Ebook Lending After ‘Positive’ Talks with ALA http://j.mp/zhaCjP

Twitter Is All in Good Fun, Until It Isn’t – http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/13/business/media/twitter-is-all-in-good-fun-until-it-isnt.html?smid=tw-nytimes

What’s This Pinterest Website? (and how are they going to make money?) -http://on.wsj.com/qLgIqy

Why You Should Ditch Your Blogging Schedule | Men with Pens http://j.mp/ADn9Sh I have 2 blogs and blog 2 ways. I think it all depends.

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