Top of the Top on Handshake 2.0? Best Practices in Social Media

From Handshake Media, Incorporated, a VT KnowledgeWorks member company. A version of this post originally appeared on Handshake 2.0.

Since our founding in 2008, Handshake 2.0's mission has been to cover "new developments in entrepreneurship, best practices in business principles, business models, innovation, and the latest on company leaders and companies, from start-ups to moguls." 

Most of the best-read stories on Handshake 2.0 in 2010 featured best practices, particularly in social media.  We were delighted to see our research on women and smart phones has been of value, as well as our compilation of angel investor resources in Blacksburg, Virginia.  We invite you to enjoy another look!

1. Making the List – Branding on Twitter
2. Who Sees My Tweets?
3. A Google Real-Time Search Story – LeBron James Had a Parotidectomy, Too
4. The Differences Between Marketing, Public Relations and Advertising: A Look at Marketing
5. Slang at Work Doesn't Work
6. Outsourcing a Corporate Facebook Page
7. Women and Smart Phones
8. Rackspace Recognized for Fanatical Customer Support
9. Stuart Mease to Work for Pamplin College of Business, Virginia Tech
10. Angel Investor Guide to Blacksburg, Virginia

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Readers may be interested in Handshake Highlights of 2010 and our November, 2010 list of the all-time top twelve posts on Handshake 2.0 receiving the most traffic since the site's founding in July, 2008.

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