Don’t spray WD-40 there, social media shakeup and hidden Olympics

Very happy that today is Friday, the three-day weekend and bottling beer tonight. It might sound odd, but the strawberry IPA is going to be delicious when it gets a few months to age a bit. How was your week? All Olympiced out and ready for football? Hopefully you have a good weekend – stay cool. Look forward to catching up next week; enjoy this week’s edition of Five for Friday.

London 2012: 20 lesser-spotted things of the Olympics so far – some interesting tidbits straight out of London minus the NBC delay.

Visual Service can be Proactive Customer Service – interesting take on using visuals in social media support from Michael Pace, a really WD-40 Military Mash-Upsmart dude in the support space.

The Boston Social-Media Shake-Out has Arrived – Jeff Cutler is one of the smarter dudes I know in the social space and makes a really BIG point around jobs in social. His piece centers on Boston, where we live, but can be easily applied to other cities as well.

Twitter tools used by the world’s top brands – if you manage social for a company of any size, you have probably also tested out a number of social platforms and researched others. This study breaks out which tools are being used by the world’s top companies use for Twitter management.

10 Surprising Uses for WD-40 (and 5 Places It Should Never Be Sprayed) – much like Duct Tape, WD-40 has many uses. These are pretty interesting.

Image – AlphachimpStudio

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