http://www.b2bmarketinginsider.com/content-marketing/25-best-slideshare-presentations-2013 \n\nYou may have heard me talk about how Slideshare is one of the greatest opportunities in content marketing. \n\nWith more than 50 Million visitors per month and more than 100 million pageviews, slideshare is one of the top websites in the world and should be a key focus of any B2B content marketing program. \n\nAccording to Comscore, Slideshare is used by business owners and business executives at a rate 5 times any other social network! The top categories in Slideshare are Business and Technology, followed by Education, Travel and Health. \n\nSo I looked through the most popular presentations published in the last 12 months and picked the top 25 slideshare presentations of 2013 for business leaders, marketers and growth hackers. Reading through the list and paging through the slides is like taking a training course on some of the biggest trends in business and marketing. \n\nDid I miss any of your favorites? Let me know what you think in the comments below.By michaelbrenner
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Getting Published. Dr Martyn Lawrence Publisher Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Agenda. The publishing process Surviving peer review Understanding the journal What editors/reviewers look for Ethics in publication How to revise an article Why you might be rejected, and how to respond
Published Accounts. Extract from Syllabus: 8.5.3 Appreciation of Annual Reports of Public Limited Companies (HL). The student is introduced to: Basic knowledge of the rights and duties of directors Directors’ report Basic knowledge of the functions of the auditor Auditors’ report
Getting published. Clare Tilbury Life Without Barriers Carol Peltola Research Chair. Discussion to cover. choosing a journal p reparing a quality manuscript the submission process responding to reviewer feedback. Why publish. To contribute to scholarly debate in your field
Getting published. Professor Karen Pine School of Psychology University of Hertfordshire. Getting published…. True or false?. Editors invite authors to publish Peer review is reliable I have to pay to get a paper published If my paper gets rejected I should bin it
GETTING PUBLISHED. Chapter 18. Introduction. A useful motto for every qualitative researcher – ‘Research is not finished until it is published’ Publishing your work allows others to learn from it A publication can contribute to the body of knowledge in a particular field. Publication outlets.
Getting published. Robert West. University College London February 2009. Choosing a journal Publication ethics Good citation practice Communicating the importance of your findings Power calculations. Doing the right statistics Qualitative research Acknowledging limitations
Getting Published. By: Becky Gardner, Lucy Monigle, Tinus van Wyk, T.J. White. Steps for a Scientific Paper. Research! 1 st author writes the draft Edited by coauthors Coauthors make comments Drafts are revised Manuscript ready for submission
Getting Published. Gavin Leslie Judy Currey Andrea Marshall Leanne Aitken. Workshop Outline . Update on ACC Preparing a case study for publication Update on e lectronic publishing. Case Studies - Purpose. Informative critique of patient care Facilitates learning from past experiences