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The “Must-Have&# Tool Kit of Social Media Citizen Vol. 2

Social Media Citizens

Alltop. PostRank. There are as many social media tools as there are posts about these tools. It is a list of tools which has been used by top social media people generated from the interview series with Top Social Media Citizens. Free tools: Tweedeck. HootSuite. Seesmic Desktop. Google Alerts. Google Reader. Techmeme. Addictomatic. BoardReader. YackTrack. Topsy. BackType. Technorati.

Marketing via Aggregation, Filtering and Curation – Tools and Resources


Marshall Kirkpatrick talked about aggregation and filtering several years ago in How to Build an RSS and Blog News Site for Your Project where he had cobbled together a solution using Google Blog Search,  dapper, Feed Digest, PostRank, Roller, and others.  PostRank – Likely the best known of these tools.  Alltop – Limited blog aggregation. Aggregation. Filtering. Curation.

Increase Traffic and Authority by Listing Your Blog


Adding your blog to the PostRank system (if it’s not already there) and under particular topic categories, you can get ranked in the top blogs on that topic based on your blog’s social engagement. Alltop imports the feeds of popular blogs on a range of subjects (like blogging ) for the site’s visitors and those following Alltop’s category Twitters. There are a lot of places to list your blog for getting the maximum exposure, as well as places where you can receive blog reviews that may be the first impression a visitor may come across for your site.

How to Reach Out to Bloggers

Use these resources: Alltop – the Internet’s magazine rack. Postrank Topics – search by topic. postrank If I may indulge in some medium pimpin' – a couple other resources for finding relevant bloggers: AdAge Power 150 – The full list has 800+ marketing-related bloggers in a number of countries. Lets dig in. Let’s talk about it. Really.

Curation, attention deficit and the exaflood

Companies like Radian 6, PostRank, etc., Home Comment Caviar Be 3-D. My Work Content Curation Subscribe Dare To Comment Fresh insights on social media and content curation marketing from a young professional in the field Curation, attention deficit and the exaflood by Ian Greenleigh on August 8, 2010 · 6 comments Overwhelmed by a conversation about being overwhelmed. It’s impossible.

What Top Brands Have Learned From Their Facebook Experience


This post was mentioned on Twitter by EyeTraffic Media, Pam Dyer, Alltop, kelvin lee, Brendan McManus and others. pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact What Top Brands Have Learned From Their Facebook Experience by Pam Dyer on January 13, 2010 Share At over 350 million users and growing, Facebook has clearly morphed from a fad into mature marketing platform. But many CMOs still scratch their heads, trying to research best practices and find case studies about how to successfully leverage Facebook for branding, marketing, customer service, etc.

What's New and Interesting in Social Media


Read more at AllTop ) Customer Experience More Important than Ever The sum of all experiences you have with a brand is part of marketing. As with any change in business processes, there are those who become champions of the newest strategies and tactics while others suffer missteps trying to adjust to new paradigms. Mashable founder Pete Cashmore will be at the ceremony (lucky dog!)