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It’s been a while since I posted an installment of 3 Links, but here we go.

This is a collection of three blog posts on social media, digital and content marketing related topics that I feel are worthy of your attention.

Without further adieu, this is the 9th installment of 3 Links:

10 TRADEMARKS OF A LAZY BLOGGER

Daniel Zeevi has compiled a list of 10 trademarks any good blogger should avoid. Even for experienced bloggers, there are some great points here that can be added to your pre-publication checklist to ensure you’re maximizing the effectiveness of your blog posts.

PSYCHOLOGY FOR MARKETERS: 9 REVEALING PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR

Ginny Soskey has done a fantastic job drawing connections between human behaviour and marketing practices and principles. There are some really interesting points here that can directly be correlated to social media and content marketing.

GETTING STARTED WITH GOOGLE+

In my experience, Google+ continues to be an under-utilized social media platform by businesses and brands. Chris Brogan – you may have heard of him – has written a nice post with some beginner tips for getting started with Google+. If you haven’t taken the plunge and invested some energy on the platform, now is probably as good a time as any to do just that.

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If you find these posts to be interesting, valuable or insightful, I encourage you to leave these bloggers a comment with your thoughts.

Have you read anything great that you’d like to share? Let me know in the comments, or on Twitter @RGBSocial

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