[Blog] Get Social on Your Retirement Travel Plans
    It’s a great forum for finding blogs and expert opinions and insight on your topic. It’s never too early to think about retirement. Some people start planning when they fill out the paperwork for their first job. Others wait a bit down the road, but it makes sense to think about it before it is too close. For those thinking about it, it’s not just the day to day stuff on their minds, but also things like, say, travel. With people staying in better health well into their retirement years, travel is something many look forward to doing in their retirement. Bon voyage!
    [Blog] 5 Rules for Artists When Using Social Media to Promote Art
    As per SEO rules, blogging is one of the best ways to make your page visible to web searches. You can do this through blogs, infographics, videos, or other media. As an artist, you have your work cut out for you when it comes to promoting the art you make. There is a considerable amount of competition, and if you don’t employ the correct techniques, you’ll fall far behind. One of the best ways to promote your art is to do so through social media, but it will only be successful if you go about it the right way. 1. Optimize Your Website for Search. Make a Facebook Page.
    [Blog] How to make Uncertainty part of your Business Strategy
    Courtesy of Wikipedia. In The Attacker’s Advantage by Ram Charan, the author discusses the necessity of being prepared for uncertainty in your business. To him uncertainty is anything you can’t obviously predict that nonetheless could change your industry. agree with his perspective. Businesses don’t have the luxury of being in an environment where there’s a guarantee of success. Changes can occur rapidly and change your industry and if you can’t anticipate those changes or better yet create those changes, then your business is in peril of becoming irrelevant.
    [Blog] The Pros and Cons of Becoming a Thought Leader
    You started a blog, penned some insightful articles and accumulated a couple thousand followers on Twitter. Guest Post by C.A. Newberry. Shall we label you a “thought leader?” ” Nope, not happening. Sorry. But while that may sound a bit harsh, the teenager who lives down the block did the same thing. While I truly believe he’s smart and has some witty things to share, I’m not convinced he fits into the “thought leader” category just yet. What makes a thought leader? While we’re at it, let’s talk about the overuse of lists. Apple. Steve Jobs. Ring a bell? The go-to authority.
    [Blog] Content Marketing Caution
    His advice on the Marketo Blog –  Dot Your I’s and Cross Your T’s: Don’t Let Copyright Law Be Used Against Your Content Marketing  – is good advice for anyone creating content for internet use. Nick Steiner is the press officer of a group whose press release was quoted in a blog using WordPress. That quote brought some unwanted attention and the group used DMCA to have it taken down from the blog. David Lizerbram is an attorney and business law strategist. The service will then take down the offending content. Period.” ” Who Does DMCA Protect?
    [Blog] Great New York Eateries, the best London brunch spots & more
    Wanderlust Wednesday actually…post any of your favourite travel blog posts in the comments – either your own or someone else’s! I’ve read some great travel blog posts this week… I’ve never been to Devon…or Cornwall! Happy Wednesday all! Can you believe that?! I’m fairly well travelled…but not to that part of our own lovely country. hope to remedy that soon. I’ll be taking note of Suze’s 5 Unmissable Places to Visit in South Devon. Hope they give you a little inspiration.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015
    [Blog] Non-Profit Social Media: Raise Awareness and Demand
    While visual content is often very successful, a link to a website or blog that has more information gives people the option to learn more about your cause and your organization. By  Kari Kiel. Social media is widely adopted and used by all types of people, brands, and businesses around the globe. Pew Research reports 79 percent of adults use a single social media platform, while 52 percent use two or more platforms regularly. This is where many people spend their time on the Internet. This presents a unique opportunity for charities and non-profits. Non-Profit Social Media. In Summary.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015
    [Blog] Google’s Mobilegeddon: The Best Excuse to Repurpose Old Content
    Simply providing new insights on original posts can allow you to reuse blog content and articles. Reposting an entire blog to a social media site like LinkedIn and/or a social journalism site like Medium can actually earn you a duplication penalty from Google, which will kill your traffic. Create one ore more eBooks out of a series of blog posts. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Mike Canarelli. Let’s face it: not only is high quality content time-consuming and costly to produce, none of it remains relevant forever. Repost.
  • SOSHABLE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015
    [Blog] Forgive Me for Diversifying Soshable Content
    As I said, I know that some of you will leave the blog as a result. Hello friends, fans, contributors, enemies, unknown folks, and alpacas. After seven awesome years of focusing on social media pretty much solely, we’ve decided to expand the scope, posting frequency, and style of this site to include “important” news. While we’ll still be posting plenty about social media, marketing, and other important topics like these, it’s time to focus on more prevalent issues in the world. Don’t get me wrong. This will NOT be a general news site. God Bless!
  • FEVER BEE  |  MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015
    [Blog] The Most Valuable Community Contributions
    The majority of blogs are filled with opinions. Hence why most blogs receive so few readers. We probably agree not all contributions are equal. If we're wondering what to promote in a community, here's a simple hierarchy.    At the bottom are opinions. Giving an opinion is easy. Everyone can give their opinion at any time on any issue. The ease of giving an opinion reduces their value. We don't tend to remember opinions and anecdotal stories. community filled with opinions gets tedious fast.    In the middle layer is  support.
    [Blog] Summer Camps Make Tracks with Social Media
    BlogsBlogs are great ways for camps to use social media throughout the year to not only gain new campers, but to stay in touch with old ones. They can let families know when registration begins, dates and payments, and blog about packing lists, first aid, and care packages … the list goes on. Summer camp – ah – the place where memories are made. For some adults, looking back on summer camp brings back some of the fondest times. If you want it, you can find it. And the thing is, with social media, it’s that much easier to find just the right camp.
  • DIGITAL DIVA  |  MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015
    [Blog] Parties, Burgers and Bankies
    Harry covered the event on his blog. Happy bank holiday weekend to you all! What have you been up to? We’ve been celebrating our niece’s 18th Birthday in London, seeing my friend Sarah (you rock Sarah!… … she knows why) and having a bit of a relax. Earlier in the week I went to a Leeds Food Festival party…lush burgers from Almost Famous and cocktails at Epernay. It was lovely to spend some time with fellow bloggers (and work mates!) Becca , Harry and Jen. What else did I get up to?… Love love love that country! It looks fab…I’ll def.
    [Blog] A Quick Discussion on TSU Lead Us To Understand The Feelings We Hold For TSU - May24Sunday2015 - Social Media
    You can connect with them on TSU at: Fan Zine @FanZine Eliza Cheng - Tsu Grand Princess @elizacheng Sweet aiya @sweetaiya I Work As Freelance Social Media Network Professional, Blog ​ Article Writing, OnLine Research And Also Help People With The Knowledge Of Internet To Earn Money Via The Online World HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: ​1. Please Visit Blog: Social Media Network OnLine: [link Recently A Quick Discussion on TSU Lead Us To Understand The Feelings We Hold For TSU. The Question: ‘What is TSU To You’. They are active users.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2015
    [Blog] Four Blogging Tools to Make your Content Go Further
    Use BuzzSumo to gain insights into what your competition is blogging about. The next time you’re brainstorming blog topics for your upcoming content cycle, try researching the topic you’re interested in via the BuzzSumo platform to see what other bloggers and content influencers have to say about it. If you have any other tools you’ve found useful in your blogging/content creating endeavors, contact me a ccrawfurd@sovrn.com or leave us a comment below! Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Four Blogging Tools to Make your Content Go Further.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2015
    [Blog] The Minimal Viable Brand
    blogging. advertisingpodcast audio blog blogging brand branding burgerking businessbook davidusher deniseleeyohn digitalmarketing digitalmarketingpodcast growthhackermarketing harvardbusinessreview landrover marketing marketingpodcast minimalviablebrandwhatgreatbrandsdo mirum mirumagency sony twitter unilver    businesspodcastEpisode #463 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. This shores up into two thoughts: One, build it and they will come (because the product is so great). Brands matter more than ever. audio. brand.
    [Blog] Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, May 17 – 23, 2015
    How to Take Better Smartphone Photos FIND FLOW : 7 Productivity Hacks To Accomplish All Your Tasks Every Day How To Plan A Blog Schedule That Will Crush Your Goals THINK : Are You Really Prospecting? Be PATIENT! Social Media Takes Time — You can catch a complete week in review, in addition to top links to give your small business a L.I.F.T by subscribing to  Whistle Stops Weekly  email newsletter. Also stay streamed in with the Mike Sansone Social Stream Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, May 17 – 23, 2015 is a post from: ConverStations. Consider leaving a comment!
  • ARI HERZOG  |  SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015
    [Blog] Weekend Reading
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. Here are some articles I’ve recently read and shared. You may enjoy them too… First, a fun video: Between Medium and Linkedin, which has a better audience for content marketing ? Are you confusing marketing and communications ? Do you care about logos and municipal branding ? The myth of stranger danger and what to do about it. What fear tells you and why it’s important. What happens when the U.S. runs out of internet addresses. Where NASA tests hardware bound for space. Thanks for reading. Reading
    [Blog] #LetsAskNancy 004 – Lawyers, How Can You Be More Sticky?
    We’ll get to that in a minute, but let’s talk about the real question behind this, and that is: “How do I go from people visiting my bio or blog posts on my website, to actually developing client relationships with them?” Suggest related blog posts, articles, news releases, event invitations, or even important articles where you’ve been quoted. Conversion tracking allows you to reach those who have visited your website or blog with advertising that you place on Facebook. Sticky…hmm, what is that? What Does Sticky Mean? With almost 1.5
    [Blog] 7 Tools for Social Media Management, You’ll Love to Use Every Day
    This post was originally published on the Twitter Counter blog. You can completely personalize your experience and add all your favorite news sources and blogs into a stream so that every day you can immediately find great articles in your niche to share. Even if managing social media is your full time job, juggling different tasks throughout the day can be a challenge. From content curation to posting and analyzing your performance, it is important to keep your social media management simple and effective. Content curation. Feedly. Swayy. Canva. Posting and scheduling. Buffer.
  • DEVUMI  |  THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015
    [Blog] Mobile Marketing Tips: 8 Steps to be Seen ANYWHERE
    The post Mobile Marketing Tips: 8 Steps to be Seen ANYWHERE appeared first on Devumi Blog. The move to mobile marketing is taking off at crazy levels. With Google’s latest algorithm update, the over-hyped Mobilegeddon, taking the marketing world by storm lately, you’ve probably started thinking about mobile marketing strategies. Many businesses who aren’t that tech savvy have a hard time keeping up with what they need for their business. Getting your business into mobile marketing 1. Are you ready for mobile marketing already? When the grid shrinks the website shrinks these aspects.
  • SOSHABLE  |  THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015
    [Blog] The Importance of Serving Certified Organic… Content
    The rest of your content, whether on your website blog or on landing pages designed for conversion, should bring enough value to the table that any person visiting the page can say, “That’s interesting. In the world of food, organic is the growing trend that fuels a $63 billion industry and that is intended to make America and the rest of the world healthier by eliminating the old, bulk, inorganic methodology of growing food that has emerged in the last two decades. Everyone claims it. Very few are doing it, particularly in the automotive industry. It doesn’t work.
  • ABSOLUTE PA  |  THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015
    [Blog] Is this the reason your blog posts look boring?
    You’ve checked all the boxes for your blog: Great catchy headline. Using pictures in your blog can lift your posts, entice visitors and draw readers in. Honey, neither am I – and you don’t have to be! I’m going to share with you some of my favourite resources for fast, effective image creation on your blog as well a few no no’s. Not only can you use it for your blog post, re-purpose it for your SM updates too (tip: Square pics are best for this). Valuable content. Subtle mentions of your business. Links to your previous work scattered through. Images for SEO.
    [Blog] Invest in Content: Not just your Own
    Social Media Socialnomics bloggers blogs branded content content sourcing content strategy digital strategy influencers supplemental content third party content vine vlogsContent takes many shapes and forms these days. It can exist in as small as a tweet, to a Snapchat video, to website copy, to a whitepaper. Every brand has different formats and types that work best for them and their audiences in order to reach their marketing and business objectives. However, does a brand always have to invest in creating content themselves? Not necessarily. And they have the eyeballs already.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015
    [Blog] How to Write Like an IDIOT
    So, let the journey begin! I: Intrigue Your Readers The ugly truth of life is only two out of 10 people will read your blog posts after reading the headline. The problem lies in the introduction: If your headline promises a wonderful experience, but the first lines of your article don’t match up, chances are a visitor will leave your blog disappointed. Speaking about online writing (blog posts, reviews, news releases, and so on), you can link to authoritative resources. By Lesley Vos What tactics do you use in your texts to catch audience and build their trust?
    [Blog] 5 Basics to Having Your Post go Viral
    The longer I blog, the more I hear of bloggers trying to go viral. I’m sure on top of posting consistently, using social media strategically, and generally providing interesting, useful, and inspiring content on the internet, it would be a little help if that content was seen by as many people as possible. Some blog commenting systems (particularly WordPress style ones) have the option to link to a post – choose that one when you’re commenting. Does it have an angle you can cover on your blog? Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. No emotion?
    [Blog] Buy Into Social Media When House Hunting
    When house hunting, you can turn to social media via: • Blogs – A number of blogs offer thorough information on old houses. Blogs are a good source because not only do you get expert advice, you also can find real feedback from the comment sections. You may come across a new favorite blog or website. Again, you may also find some new great blogs and other expert sources. Everyone has a different list when house hunting. Some want new and clean and modern, others love the charm and history of older homes. Use Social Media.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015
    [Blog] The 2015 Summer Reading List
    This is the debut novel from Jim Mitchem , who some of you may know from Twitter or his blog, Obsessed with Conformity. By Gini Dietrich Though last weekend was the official start to summer in Canada, it doesn’t officially begin in the States until this weekend. But, if you’re anywhere but Chicago right now, summer began several weeks ago (it’s 42 degrees here right now; blah). So I thought it’d be fun to give you the 2015 summer reading list to get your BBQ, beach, flip-flop wearing season off to a bang. present to you the good and the bad. The Goldfinch.
    [Blog] How Industries are Using Email Marketing in 2015
    For example, people who signed up via your blog will most likely be looking for your new posts while customers who signed up when making a purchase are probably looking for a voucher code in the future. It isn’t getting any easier to get customers to open emails from your business. With the average consumer receiving 10 or more promotional emails every day, brands are using emojis, responsive content and attention grabbing discounts to grab attention. Signup.to found that event promotion, for example, had average open and click rates of just 21% and 2% respectively in 2014.
    [Blog] The Selfless Leader
    Blog business leadershipCourtesy of Wikimedia. In the DNA of the Resilient Organization , the author points out that many leaders try to play it safe when leading their business. In other words, they don’t really lead. They are afraid of taking risks and possibly making some people unhappy, but when you own a business, you may make decisions that won’t make everyone happy. Ideally, your culture will be set up so that what you do is transparent and enables people to speak up and share their concerns. It’s going nowhere. Recently I was talking with a client of mine.
    [Blog] 8 Life Lessons I Learned After 40
    For the first few years of my blog I wrote exclusively about digital marketing, social media and technology. For whatever reason, when you turn 40, you all of sudden become “wise” and “introspective” Perhaps it’s the growing feeling of mortality, but regardless, I wanted to write a blog post about the things I’ve learned as I’ve gotten older. Whether it’s a blog, your social channels, a robust LinkedIn presence, whatever makes you YOU, do it, and do it now. It was the only way I could find the motivation to continue writing.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015
    [Blog] How to Execute a Carefully Thought-out Content Plan
    By Nathan Ellering Earlier today, Laura Petrolino wrote a blog post about the buyer’s journey. For example, publish one blog post per week on your blog, then measure the average post’s performance for social media shares, social media subscribers, traffic, email subscribers, and customer conversions. It was one of the few articles I’ve seen that answers the question on how to create content that follows a purchase decision. mean, how many more times are you willing to read a post about content marketing that begins with “know your audience”? Email subscribers.
    [Blog] Better Blogging in Less Time {Podcast}
    I haven’t talked about blogging in a while. But just this weekend, a friend of mine asked for my opinion on her choice of blog hosts.  It took me 2 seconds to fire off my answer – “Wrong move.” He was about to make a rookie mistake, a mistake I had blogged about in the past but hadn’t in the last year or so. One of them is how to publish better blogs in less time. My best practices around blogging has evolved over time. Join us as we talk about: The future of blogging. Are blogs dead? That’s when it hit me that certain topics are timeless.
    [Blog] 3 Smart Thought Leadership Tips for Entrepreneurs
    They regularly post insightful articles to their own sites, comment on other peoples’ blogs, write opinions on LinkedIn  and  Medium , post presentations to SlideShare and have active Twitter profiles. If your Google presence looks a little weak, focus on amping up your blog and Twitter profile (remember that Google is bringing Twitter back into its search results). LinkedIn’s built-in publishing platform is a really smart place for you to do this, especially if you have a low-to-no following on your own blog.  . Guest post to peer blogs. Email subscribers.
    [Blog] It’s all about Italy!
    Italy is one of my favourite countries in the world, I’ve blogged about it before in  I do love Italy  and in a trip to  Milan. I’ve been far more times (my first marriage was in Rome…my second honeymoon was in Italy…), I really should get my act together and blog about all the times I’ve been. Have you written a blog post related to Italy? Post any that you’ve seen in travel blogs you like too …I love reading good tips and guides for Italy! Such a massive lake! So much of it to explore! Heaven. What are your favourite spots?
    [Blog] Storytelling For Startups
    We were both speaking during a three-day conference dedicated to corporate blogging. Back then, Mark was the technology reporter for a national newspaper and was open (but still, somewhat, skeptical) about just how far blogging could go. blogging. advertisingpodcast audio blog blogging brand businessbook davidusher digitalmarketing digitalmarketingpodcast markevans marketing marketingpodcast mesh mirum mirumagency storytellingforstartups twitter  businesspodcastfirst met Mark Evans close to fifteen years ago. Yes, it was a long time ago. audio. brand. mirum.
  • SOSHABLE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015
    [Blog] How to Use Social Media to Humanize Your Brand
    WordPress has emerged as the leading CMS in these areas, which is why it’s highly recommended for any brand looking to humanize, particularly due to its easy blog functionality and social media plugins, coupled with its rich suite of security features. You have designed a killer website and created profiles and pages on countless social media sites. Now it’s time to build a following, and one of the best ways to accomplish this is by humanizing your brand. Here are some effective suggestions for cultivating and nurturing an online community: Create a plan. How might it need to change?
  • SOSHABLE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015
    [Blog] Google Now Showing Tweets
    “When tapping on a tweet in Google search, you’ll be taken directly to Twitter where you can view the Tweet and discover additional content,” Jana Messerschmidt, vice president of global business development & platform at Twitter said in a blog post. With the rise of citizen journalism and specialty blogs, this will be especially useful when events unfold and regular people find their way to report them before the media. This has been a long time coming. We knew it was on the horizon and now it’s finally here. Time will tell.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015
    [Blog] Hey Bloggers! Is it Time to Focus a little Less on Your Blog and A Little More on YOU?
    Blogging has been very good to me over the last twelve and a half years, but it’s come at a personal cost that I’m sure many can relate to. If I’m honest it also began to impact my mental health which in turn impacted numerous other areas of my life from relationships to my personal confidence and even through into my blogging. Is it Time to Focus a little Less on Your Blog and A Little More on YOU? I’d love to see you over on the Feelgooder Group on Facebook. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. The impact was pretty immediate.
    [Blog] @MNBurgess Rutgers Executive Ed Interview on Social Brand Strategy #RBSEE #socialmedia
    Originally published on Rutgers Executive Education Blog , Tue, May 19, 2015  Blog by:  Mark Burgess. 1. To read the entire blog post … Below are recent endorsements for The Social Employee (McGraw-Hill, August 2013) by Tom Peters and David Aaker on their social networks, but if you want to see more of their endorsements click here. Please tell me how you started out in Social Media? What are the current trends in Social Media Marketing? This is definitely one of those questions where the answer can change on a dime. Please check out @SocialEmployee media buzz!
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015
    [Blog] Storymaking vs. Storytelling: Learn from Mary Poppins
    image credit: The Disney blog The post Storymaking vs. Storytelling: Learn from Mary Poppins appeared first on Spin Sucks. By Todd Wolfenbarger A few nights ago, I watched “ Mary Poppins ” with Lily, my 8-year-old daughter. About halfway through the movie, Mary Poppins and the children met Burt, a chimney sweep, as he was drawing with chalk on the sidewalk. In a surrealistic moment, they jumped through his pictures into the scenes he’d drawn. They visited a fair, took a carousel ride, danced with penguins, and joined a fox hunt. They crave interactive communication.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015
    [Blog] 5 Unmissable Fiverr Gigs that Will Make Your Life Easy as a Busy Blogger
    Because your blog is not going the way you’d like it to? But blogging is supposed to be fun. If you do a lot of interviews and publish case-studies on your blog, you’ll need to transcribe your audios and videos. Transcripts come handy to create blog posts, feature stories and content for your website, or when you want to throw in a freebie with a video course. But if you want to share your blog posts over a wider range of audiences, start with a mobile website. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from  Pooja Lohana.
    [Blog] 4 Trades That Are Crucial to the Construction Industry
    Today we have a guest blog post on behalf of WIA (Welding Industries of Australia) on four trades that are crucial for the construction industry. Whether you live in a small town or a large city, you rely on the construction industry to provide infrastructure. From large corporations to modest family households, the construction industry is responsible for creating buildings that shelter you. But while we may depend on this industry for many things, the industry itself relies on several specialized trades. Here are four of the trades that are vital to the field of construction. 1.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015
    [Blog] Get a Bad Review Off the First Page of Search Results
    They don’t have a blog so I’d recommend they consider adding one. By Gini Dietrich A couple of months ago, I did a breakout session at Social Media Marketing World on crisis communications. Because of that, I have had the opportunity to help some organizations with  some interesting cases of both issues and crises. Throughout my career, I have handled everything from asbestos found in a food manufacturing plant and tires that blew up when they were driven faster than 45 mph to the Japanese dumping fish into the United States and an employee shot and killed at work.
    [Blog] COOL TOOL: Send to Kindle
    Free eBooks – I subscribe to a lot of blogs and newsletters, especially if there is a free eBook offered. Some content is simply too long to read on your desktop. Maybe it’s the chair or the lighting. Maybe it’s a time issue. How about sending long articles or ebook you got for subscribing to your Kindle or Kindle App?  It’s easy. With Send to Kindle. Once I download the eBook, I use the Send to Kindle for PC and for MAC  so I can read from anywhere. Once I dissect, glean, and clip these articles and eBooks, I remove them from my devices to save room. Cool Tools
  • IDACONCPTS  |  MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015
    [Blog] 5 Ways to Market Yourself as a Professional Online
    Blogging. One of the most popular methods for sharing knowledge and skills is blogging. You could also include the blog in your resumes to give prospective employers an example of your abilities and knowledge. 2. Due to the nature of the Internet, people are able to network across great distances in order to create greater opportunities for themselves. The saying of, “it’s not what you know, but who you know” has never been more accurate thanks to digital communications. Professional Online Presence. Sites such as LinkedIn and about.me Tweeting Updates.
  • BILL HARTZER  |  MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015
    [Blog] Interview With a Small Business Owner Crushed by Google
    May is small business month, so as a follow-up to a blog post I wrote recently , I tracked this small business owner, Ira Zoot from TicketStub.com, and interviewed him. Mr. Zoot originally claimed that he, as a small business owner, has been crushed by Google. He’s been only for over 10 years, and, in the past several years Google has taken steps through various algorithm changes and other policies, to crush his business online. Bill Hartzer: What’s your name what kind of small business do you own? Bill Hartzer: Do you use any other media/social outlets to market your business?
    [Blog] Amazing Tools for Boosting Your Blog Post’s Web Appearance
    Great, popular blogs don’t happen overnight. Blogs become popular and thus profitable through lots of hard work, know-how, great content writing/promotion, and the use of the tools of technology that are “out there,” most of which are free for the asking. If you are really serious about blogging, whether you are looking to make money on individual blog posts or are going to set up you own “go to” blog, there are two aspects of making yourself successful, and you cannot “fudge” on either. Knowing how to write a good blog post is most assuredly your first step.
    SECTION 1 HERE ARE 4 RESOURCES GIVEN BELOW FOR BRANDS AND BUSINESS TO GET MAXIMUM EXPOSURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA For UPDATES ON SOCIAL MEDIA Join Here: https://www.facebook.com/ pervarakapadia ​ Please Visit Blog: Social Media Network OnLine: [link] blogspot.com/ The Kind Of Exposure That Your Business And Brand Can Easily Get Is: 1. You Need People To Write Blog Posts For You And Your Business 4. You Need People To Write Blog Posts For You And Your Business: This Is To Be Paid A Nominal Amount. Free - Write Short Blogs And Earn +You Get Paid On Your Referral Activity Also!
    [Blog] Monday Roundup: Building Thought Leadership
    Why: “You spent the first few months creating great blog content… But three or four months down the road, your client is unhappy with the lack of shares and engagement.” Building thought leadership is one of the primary reasons companies engage in PR, so that’s our editorial theme this month (in case you hadn’t noticed). But who exactly are “thought leaders” and why is this so important? Thought leaders are not only the go-to people in their industry, but those who move and inspire others in their field. Have a look-see. 1.  ” 4. 
  • SOCIALFISH  |  MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015
    [Blog] Preparing Your Online Community for the Digital Generation
    This post originally appeared on the Higher Logic blog , where I’m posting an ongoing series related to Millennials and online community.  I’m excited to share them here for you over the next few months! Check out the other good stuff over on Higher Logic too. And don’t forget that Higher Logic clients can have access to our Essentials of Online Community Management program at a special discount. Contact me for details! Understanding this generation a little better will not only help you attract them, but retain them. So what does this mean for you? Buy our book.
  • ENGAGE  |  MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015
    [Blog] 6 Ways to Make a Good Impression on Facebook
    Here are some pages I visit daily and Twitter handles I follow: Blogs: Social Media Examiner. Cite metrics and analytics, reference useful blog posts (Ahem!) Now that I’ve used a poker analogy to sell you on  committing to your paid social strategy  and made the case for  strategically growing your Facebook community , I wouldn’t want to leave you hanging by not explaining how you can turn those likes and followers into something tangible. Think new customers, repeat visitors, and eventually, an engaged community of brand advocates. So, without further ado, let’s get to it!
    [Blog] METHOD: Too Long; Didn’t Read (TL;DR) – Epic Content
    Blog Coach Marketing RSS Feeds Social MediaThere is some truth, I suppose, to the practice and success of writing “epic” content. recently asked someone to define “epic content” as best as they could. Their answer: TL;DR. Slang for Too Long; Didn’t Read. I’m not sure how epic any content truly is if it can be defined as “too long, didn’t read”, though most content of epic proportions probably is long. Some say a good, quality piece of content is 1,500 words. As a reader, as a writer, and as a coach. never print!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2015
    [Blog] 7 Ways To Build Your Brand In The Blogosphere
    Sites such as Tomoson , Brand Meets Blog , Nuffnang , and Blogger Connect  attract high-quality bloggers who want to connect with businesses like yours. This can be as simple as retweeting their tweets and sharing their blog posts. To take this to the next level, ask trusted bloggers to write guest posts for your corporate blog, but remember not to try to control what they say. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Jeff Foster. Blogger outreach is one of the most effective ways to build your brand. Use Introduction Sites. General
    [Blog] Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, May 10 – 16, 2015
    Maximizing Your Content: 5 Ideas for Repurposing Your Blog Posts. Week in Review  May 10 – 16, 2015: Posts and Podcasts from  ConverStations , Armchair Articulations , and LIFT resources shared on Twitter ( @mikesansone ): This Week on ConverStations. METHOD: 75% About the Customer. WHY: Providing Signal by Prefixing Headlines. PERSEVERE: Climbing to the Top. GUEST: Does Your Business Have a Disaster Preparedness Plan? GUEST: Benefits of Crowdfunding Campaigns – Even if they Fail. WATCH: Creating and Capturing Creativity in LIFT Clips 05/16/15. IMPROVE : 3.5
  • PAMORAMA  |  SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2015
    [Blog] 15 Fantastic Books on Social Media Marketing
    Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business How do you create the stories, videos, and blog posts that cultivate fans, arouse passion for your products or services, and ignite your business? 15 Fantastic Books on Social Media Marketing is a post by Pam Dyer on Pamorama | Social Media Marketing Blog. Related Articles How to Promote Your Event With Social Media Marketing How to Create Perfect Headlines for Social Media Posts How to Learn Social Media Marketing: 15 Blogs for Beginners.
    Please Visit Blog: Social Media Network OnLine: [link ​ HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: ​1. AFFILIATEFORBUSINESS 6 IDEAS Excellent Marketing Resources For Start - Ups, Freelancers, Self - Employed, Small Businesses, Writers, Creative People, SEOs, Technical People, Professionals, NGOs, And Many More​.​​ GO HERE: [link] ​2. ONLINEMONEY #EARN7+3ALL Here Are 7Sites+3ADDITIONAL Good Sites To Make OnLine Money From​​​. GO HERE: ​ [link] ​3. For UPDATES ON OnLine Earning Join Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AboutOnlineEarningAndLifestyle/ ​4.
  • NOWSOURCING  |  FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015
    [Blog] Infographics Are Not Dead
    Blog are infographics dead DIY infographics infographic design infographic design agency infographics design infographics design agency problems with DIY infographics should I make my own infographicEvery once in a while, someone somewhere declares that infographics are dead. The reasons they give often have a lot to do with things that make infographics bad, such as DIY infographics. When done properly, infographics are a valuable storytelling tool. Infographics Aren’t Bad, Bad Infographics Are Bad. Another article posted last week on Medium simply states “ infographics are bad.”
    [Blog] #LetsAskNancy: Lawyers, Why Should You Publish Your Content On Other Sites?
    LetsAskNancy Blogging Business Development/Sales Content Marketing Marketing Strategy Social Media Uncategorized Blog Posts Business Development BuzzFeed Clients Competition Content marketing Facebook Instant Articles Huffington Post Law Firms lawyers Legal Marketing Marketing Myrland Marketing & Social Media New York Times Podcasts Publishing The Atlantic Video#LetsAskNancy is where I answer questions others have about legal and lawyer marketing and business development, including content, social and digital marketing.  . My short answer? Why would you not? Did they ever?].
  • DEVUMI  |  FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015
    [Blog] Should you Buy Retweets? The Pros and Cons
    We’ve been here for years at Devumi creating this blog. The Pros and Cons appeared first on Devumi Blog. Every time you have a decision to make about how you’re going to grow your Twitter account, and your overall presence, is important. You can do things with the best of intentions and come out with both negative or positive results. Carefully weighing your options before you buy retweets is one consideration to put some thought into. Read on to have a fair look at both sides of your buying retweets options. It doesn’t have to be for anything complicated. You look right too.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015
    [Blog] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Bill Smith
    Where You Can Find Bill Smith You can find Bill on Twitter , LinkedIn , Instagram , and on his photography blog. By Gini Dietrich I first met Bill Smith  when I taught a class (via Skype) for Martin Waxman and then, like a good student, he came around these parts and built a relationship with all of us. Bill is a marketing communications professional who has an expertise in social media. He is the IABC/Toronto social media manager. And he is a fine art photographer. What is the Biggest Mistake You’ve Made in Your Career? Moral of the story, trust your gut. No, I would not.
  • ABSOLUTE PA  |  THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2015
    [Blog] Nail this to get more readers for your blog
    There are some people’s blog you’ll read no matter what (like mine, right?!). For instance my blog, ‘What Does FF Mean on Twitter” regularly pulls in 1000s of visits a month because it’s a keyword term that people actually type into Google Search. My blog comes up number 1 out of 20.5 Your blog posts want to be a mix of both – mine lean more towards the attention grabbers. According to blog God, Brian Clark of Copyblogger, 8 out of 10 people will read a blog headline, but the number who will actually read the article drops to 2 out of 10.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2015
    [Blog] Make Your Website Living with These Five Elements
    An Internal Corporate Blog. Blogs hosted on your company’s website ( [link] ) represent one of the most powerful ways to improve your search engine ranking. The best blogging software for your website can be found at WordPress.org (not WordPress.com, an external blogging site). Due to its popularity, a whole slew of developers have created “plug-ins” to increase its blogging functionality. Marketing Websites Blog Blogging jquery mobile friendly responsive design WordPressBy Willy Gissen. The following five items should be used for every website.
    [Blog] #AFFILIATEFORBUSINESS 6 IDEAS Excellent Marketing Resources For Start - Ups, Freelancers, Self - Employed, Small Businesses, Writers, Creative People, SEOs, Technical People, Professionals, NGOs, And Many More
    Get Your Business Have Good Posts Across The Web - Posts And / Or Syndicate Articles On Over 44,000 Blogs! 4. You Need People To Write Blog Posts For You And Your Business. It is a do-it-yourself system that allows you to purchase blog Posts And / Or Syndicate Articles On Over 44,000 Blogs. For More Sources Of OnLine Earning Visit The Blog Here And Check Out The Whole Page!: It does not matter who and what you do. You can be a multinational giant, a small business, a self owned shop or freelancer. BookMark these. Million Users! 2. They DO THE REST! Over 3.5
    [Blog] How Design Impacts Blog Readership
    Your content may bring people to your blog, but poor design and usability can seriously limit your readership. Use standard color theory to select a palette that matches your blog’s personality. Images may not be worth 1000 words, but a recent study by Blog Pros showed that the 100 highest-ranking blogs on the Internet use at least 1 image for every 350 words. You created your blog for a purpose, presumably beyond simply having individual visitors read your articles. The importance of blog design cannot be overstated. How Design Impacts Blog Readership.
    [Blog] Social Media - A Site That Tells Your Age In Your Photo!
    Here it is: [link] I Work As Freelance Social Media Network Professional, Blog ​ Article Writing, OnLine Research And Also Help People With The Knowledge Of Internet To Earn Money Via The Online World HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: 1. For More Sources Of OnLine Earning Visit The Blog Here And Check Out The Whole Page!: Here is a website that tells you your age. Or let me put it as, it has algorithms that sense your photo and the tell your Age that you look in the photo. The response was overwhelming. Join Me Here: https://www.tsu.co/PervaraKapadia
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2015
    [Blog] Join Jim Mitchem for a Special Author Q&A Today
    First, a reader of his blog, Obsessed with Conformity , I started to stalk him online. By Gini Dietrich I have been a big fan of Jim Mitchem for a long time. We eventually became Facebook friends and the rest, as they say, is history. His writing is raw, authentic, and sometimes very painful, which is extremely difficult to do and keep readers engaged. But he does it better than anyone else I know. Minor King So, when I learned he’d finally published the fiction he’s talked about writing for years, I couldn’t want to get my hands on it. He has two daughters. Who’s Next?
    [Blog] WHY: Providing Signal by Prefixing Headlines
    In blog post titles and sharing resources on Twitter, I’m using a one- or two-word phrase, in caps, to signal what the piece is about or what can be expected. For example, a recent blog post title reads, “ METHOD: Before Following on Twitter ,” a piece describing the method I use and teach others to decide whether to follow someone on Twitter. Over the past few months, I’ve been experimenting with headlines. Three-fold reasoning: Putting context at the beginning; Saving character space; Battling potential sensationalism. For now. Consider leaving a comment!
    [Blog] Santorini, Scotland and tips for travelling
    Travel & Culture Wanderlust Wednesday Santorini Scotland travel blog travelling wanderlustIt’s Wednesday…hump day…middle of the week…but forget where you are and focus on where you’ve been, or where you’d like to go!  On a. The post Santorini, Scotland and tips for travelling appeared first on Digital Diva.
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2015
    [Blog] The Secret Empire Decades in the Making (and how you can start yours and get there faster than me)
    I started blogging back in 1998. I had no idea what it was going to turn into. But over the last handful of years, I’ve known more and more what this all CAN do together. Peek Into How This All Threads Together for ME. I’m sharing MY personal setup. You can do yours any which way you want. But There’s some method to the madness, and it’s all contained in that picture above. wanted to show you how it works for me. contentmarketing
    [Blog] Google Says Its Self-Driving Cars Drive Better Than You
    Eleven “minor accidents”, according to Google’s Chris Urmson, writing in a  blog post  on Medium yesterday. TechCrunch – Google has been testing self-driving cars for years. Six years in fact, with a fleet of 20+ self-driving cars, which have self-driven almost a million miles over that period — and are now averaging around 10,000 self-driven miles per week. Image from TechCrunch. So how many accidents have Google’s autonomous rides got into over that period? They’ve also been “side-swiped a couple of times and hit by a car rolling through a stop sign”. Thumbnail from Shutterstock.
  • JANET FOUTS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2015
    [Blog] Easy guide to the Periscope video streaming app
    In fact, they just announced some big changes at the six week mark on their Medium blog. I did a search today on Google Trends comparing Periscope and Meerkat. For the moment at least, it looks like Periscope is getting more traction. What’s new. A lot has changed with Periscope since my last post on streaming video apps. You don’t have to use Twitter to join Periscope. Tap your avatar on Periscope to change your profile photo. Reply to comments in your broadcast directly by tapping the comment and then hitting reply. Replies will include the person’s @handle. Click it.
    [Blog] It’s Time For Some New Voices in Tech.
    There are real tech practitioners out here, tech leaders who never make the big blogs or get a column in Wired, people who are building and growing the tech industry without writing a line of code but who build  businesses and companies and products that may just have a lasting, useful future. I think it’s high time for a new generation of tech leaders — and voices — that aren’t VC-saturated silicon bubble dwellers but people who are deep in the dirt and working hard to build sustainable companies, not just quick exits. To talk about it. The Tech People.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2015
    [Blog] 4 Things to Consider When Choosing Your Domain Name
    You might consider calling your blog or website something reasonably long, but that doesn’t mean your URL has to be the exact same name. You can then expand on your site if need be, but unwieldy URLs aren’t usually going to be useful when giving prospective audiences a snapshot of what to expect on your blog. You can search through business directories, phone books, and blog curation sites like Bloglovin ‘ to find out who is blogging under what name and make your decision from what you find. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Right?
  • AGGREGAGE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2015
    [Blog] 7 Simple Secrets to B2B Lead Generation Titles that Convert like Crazy
    If you need a bit of additional inspiration, you might look at blog title generators like [link]. Many content marketers seem to miss out on a key aspect of success – the title of your white paper, eBook, guide, webinar, etc. Creating great content and not spending time coming up with a title that will convert to clicks and leads is all too common. At Aggregage, we see lots of content marketing pieces across a wide variety of industries. We will continue to do analysis on what titles get our readers to click and take action, but we’ve captured are some preliminary findings. Curation
    [Blog] Do You Use Relationship Marketing When Trying to Reach Contractors?
    This blog focuses on helping manufacturers better communicate with contractors and professional tradesmen. Be helpful and positive in all interactions – whether it’s on Twitter, Facebook or your blog…always be helpful, positive and upbeat. Give back on other blogs – link when appropriate to other blogs, visit their sites and make comments and write guest posts for them. By John Sonnhalter, Rainmaker Journeyman at Sonnhalter. I’ve always been a big believer in relationship selling. After all, we usually buy stuff from people we know, like and trust.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2015
    [Blog] Qualities of a Prospective Employee
    ” because, as I say pretty consistently, “We can’t have a blog called ‘ Spin Sucks ‘ and have unethical people working here.” ” (I think that was her nice way of saying our 24/7, robotic culture isn’t a good fit for her and I totally respect that.) So, from a qualities perspective, it’s way more important a prospective employee fit our culture than have so many years of media relations experience combined with writing an award-winning blog and have 20,000 fans and followers on the social networks. The expertise can be crafted.
    [Blog] Turn Those “Likes” Into Cash, How To Use Social Media To Make Money
    You want to establish a brand using Facebook fan pages, and connect with your audience with a funny but also insightful blog, while also being available on linked in with all your professional qualifications, and reaching out to people on twitter and on and on and on. There are sites out there like Survey Monkey that allow you to get pretty in depth with your surveying of your followers, but simply asking what they want to read about next on your blog or what they would like your next product to be can provide invaluable information going forward.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [Blog] Creating and Curating an Experience Your Audience Will Remember
    This can be for your business, your blog, your online or offline persona – in other words, you. Keep the touchpoints alive by using your storytelling experience to hint at future experiences – make the experience the first part of an ongoing deal (business events, sales promotions, a blog post series, etc), and ensure your audience knows this is the case. We like to be entertained. We enjoy storytellers that can transplant us into fantastical realms and take our imaginations on rides that we’d never usually imagine. We like touchpoints. Click To Tweet. The touchpoint.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [Blog] PR Executive in Residence at the University of Oregon
    taught: Blogging and writing, where we talked about things that are not unique to students, such as how to create new and interesting content, how to stay abreast of trends, and how to walk the personal and professional lines. Each student who asked a question—and they did their homework because some asked me about blog posts I wrote a long time ago—asked it live and then we had a conversation about it in real-time. So, while I personally and this blog both have critics; critics who say it’s impossible to do PR ethically, this will be demanded by the next generation.
    [Blog] Why Yik Yak Makes Sense to Me and Snapchat Doesn’t
    It’s touching, a reminder of what Robert Scoble and Shel Israel called Naked Conversations during the blogging era (think 2006-7). Yik Yak has received a lot of media attention as of late , most of it negative from fearful adults. One psychiatrist [on Fox News] called it the most dangerous form of social media. Funny. Yik Yak offers the most obvious form of social media to me, much more so than other youth-driven apps like Snapchat. Yes, the critics are right. It allows people to be as mean as they want to be without repercussion, and that’s why everyone is afraid of it.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [Blog] PR Executive in Residence at the University of Oregon
    taught: Blogging and writing, where we talked about things that are not unique to students, such as how to create new and interesting content, how to stay abreast of trends, and how to walk the personal and professional lines. Each student who asked a question—and they did their homework because some asked me about blog posts I wrote a long time ago—asked it live and then we had a conversation about it in real-time. So, while I personally and this blog both have critics; critics who say it’s impossible to do PR ethically, this will be demanded by the next generation.
    [Blog] METHOD: 75% About the Customer
    With your blogging and social media updates, consider a similar ratio: 75% about the customer, 25% about you. “ I’m tired of posting the same stuff all the time, ” he said. “ I’m sure folks are tired of looking at them, too. ” That’s what a small-town business owner recently told me as our conversation turned to social media updates. When asked what was being posted, it was easy to see why both company and customer found the updates stale. With the customer in front of you, at the very least, 75% of the conversation is about them. Click To Tweet.
  • JEFF KORHAN  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [Blog] Live Events: Delivering the Social Media Marketing World Experience
    Quote that has Inspired Phil's Success - "No whining, Blogging Community content marketing How-To Marketing Online Marketing Podcast Selling Small Business Social Business Social Media Success Technology Trends community conferences customers Digital Asset event planner event planning event sponsors Jeff Korhan Live Events online marketing Phil Mershon Socia Media Examiner social media marketing Social Media Marketing World Social Media Society Social Media Success SummitThis is Episode 40 of  This Old New Business  weekly  business podcast with Jeff Korhan. ” John Wooden.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 10, 2015
    [Blog] Jeremy Gutsche Wants You To Be Better And Faster
    blogging. advertisingpodcast audio betterandfaster blog blogging brand businessbook businesspodcast davidusher digitalmarketing exploitingchaos jeremygutsche psfk trendhunter Episode #461 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Inspiration is everywhere. And, as they say, the future is here. it's just not evenly distributed. So, where do you go to see the future? There are few that I trust when it comes to individuals who are truly able to point to trends that turn into something meaningful. also trust Jeremy Gutsche.
    [Blog] Social Media - 10 Tips To Gain More FriendsFansFollowers On Social Media
    Social Media - 10 Tips To Gain More FriendsFansFollowers On Social Media ​ I Work As Freelance Social Media Network Professional, Blog ​ Article Writing, OnLine Research And Also Help People With The Knowledge Of Internet To Earn Money Via The Online World HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: 1. For More Sources Of OnLine Earning Visit The Blog Here And Check Out The Whole Page!: Join Me On TSU - The Social Media Site! Join Me Here: https://www.tsu.co/PervaraKapadia PervaraKapadia 2. Add Your Site For FREE! Over 3.5 link] 3. ref=2855555 5.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 10, 2015
    [Blog] 3 Content Tweaks to Increase Your Blog Traffic without Spending a Penny
    Not matter how many monthly blog visitors you have, you still want more. Writing high quality content, guest blogging and blogger outreach are all great tips for a long-term traffic strategy. In this post, I’ll share three changes you can make to your existing and future blog content, without spending tons of money, to immediately start getting more traffic from search engines and social media websites. You can’t stuff your articles and blog posts with keywords, create unnatural backlinks and expect to rank higher in search results. Who doesn’t like more traffic?
    [Blog] Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, May 3 – 9, 2015
    Why You Should Create a Series on your Blog. Week in Review  May 3 – 9, 2015: Posts and Podcasts from  ConverStations , Armchair Articulations , and LIFT resources shared on Twitter ( @mikesansone ): This Week on ConverStations. METHOD: Before Following on Twitter. Why Repetition Works: 10 Reasons to Repeat Good Content. Small Forward Movements. Businesses You Should Be Following on Facebook. How Small Businesses Can Save Money. Lots of How in LIFT Clips 05/09/15. LIFT Resources Shared on Twitter This Week. LEARN: 48 Content Writing Examples, Tools, Tips and Resources.
  • ABSOLUTE PA  |  FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015
    [Blog] 4 things you need in your business blog
    The last time I counted there were approximately…… ummmm a LOT of blogs and articles online. There are: hobby blogs. professional blogs. news blogs. half written blogs. neglected blogs…. The hobby and personal blogs are doing it just… because they love it and have something to share. Professional blogs may not sell any products or services – their profits come from click throughs and advertising and they are able to monetize by sheer number of visits. No blog should be just a bunch of words. Or none at all. Call to action.
    [Blog] Don’t Retire on Social Media and Ruin Your Future
    You’ll find links to blogs and new releases, and you can even engage if you have a question. Retirement may seem like a way off. Maybe it is. Maybe it’s not. No matter how far away it is, it’s probably not too soon to be at least thinking about it, if not actually planning for it. Many people are fortunate to have a “money guy” to do the planning for them, but many of us aren’t. So we do it ourselves. And we’ve all got a pretty valuable tool available to us help in that planning, and that’s social media. Where to Start?
    [Blog] Open Coffee: Preparing for #ThinkBig Logistics
    Blog #thinkbig business growth grassroots movements growing business growing entrepreneurial opportunities louisville shipping and logistics think bigI was recently invited to Open Coffee Louisville at iHub to speak about our # ThinkBig initiative. ThinkBig is a grassroots community discussion series aimed at bringing the right people together to combine ideas and know-how in order to propel Louisville forward economically. Each edition focuses on a different aspect of Louisville’s economy. Why Logistics? This iteration of #ThinkBig will focus on logistics and distribution.
    [Blog] Investing in Social Media Pays Financial Dividends
    However, if you don’t feel comfortable reaching out on social media, blogs are another great option. Many investors are starting their own financial blogs where they can speak about their own investment experiences. These blogs aren’t direct advice, but they are extremely helpful if you’re getting your feet wet with investing. If you’re looking to make a sound investment for either personal gain or to benefit your family; social media can help. Here are just a few ways social media can help with your investment endeavors: Investment Advice.
    [Blog] 2 New Features Have Been Brought InTo TSU May8Friday2015
    link] ​ I Work As Freelance Social Media Network Professional, Blog ​ Article Writing, OnLine Research And Also Help People With The Knowledge Of Internet To Earn Money Via The Online World HERE ARE COUPLE OF LINKS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND ONLINE EARNING QUICK REFERENCE: 1. For More Sources Of OnLine Earning Visit The Blog Here And Check Out The Whole Page!: 2 New Features Have Been Brought InTo TSU May8Friday2015 They are: Activity Feed and Popular. See in the image below. Join Me On TSU - The Social Media Site! Join Me Here: https://www.tsu.co/PervaraKapadia PervaraKapadia 2.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015
    [Blog] CTRL ALT Delete Is Now Available In Paperback
    This blog (and my contributing articles to a myriad of business publications) are all links in the chain that, hopefully, demonstrate the evolution of business, and what it takes for brands and businesses to stay ahead. It has been two years since CTRL ALT Delete came out. Two years. In case you were wondering just how much the world has changed, you should check out this Slideshare deck that I created to get people excited about the content of my second business book, CTRL ALT Delete. 25+ Mind Blowing Stats About Business Today - CTRL ALT Delete from Mitch Joel. movements). book launch.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015
    [Blog] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Jamie Rutter
    You can also keep up with her professional work on the Lightspan blog. By Gini Dietrich. At least a hundred years ago, I walked into Lightspan Digital and found Spin Sucks sitting on the desk of every employee (OK, so it was last year). What an ego boost! To say I was pleasantly surprised is putting it mildly. This was all the doing of one Jamie Rutter (with a little help from boss, Mana Ionescu). She made sure everyone at least scanned the book and she took photos of the book in different parts of their office. like her because she’s smart and H-I-larious. Can you blame her?
  • DEVUMI  |  FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015
    [Blog] How to Start your Social Media Strategy
    You’ll now have a chance to analyse their blog and other content marketing avenues. The post How to Start your Social Media Strategy appeared first on Devumi Blog. Your social media strategy is what is going to separate you from the average user who just tweets, shares, and comments whenever they feel like it. Without a plan you’re no better than a ditzy teenager cruising around looking for someone to troll – you need to build a social media strategy if you truly want to reach a focused goal. With that sorted, your social media strategy will start to become apparent!
    [Blog] Social Media Updates: April
    Sign up HERE to get my blogs directly to your inbox! Blog Social Media for Business Social Media Updates Tips Facebook changes marketing for small business social media Social Media MarketingThings happening at breakneck speed in technology these days, and social media service providers are doing their best to vie for the most popular, most innovative and most highly sought-after spot among their users. Here are the most important social media updates that you might have missed in April……. The emoji will also show up in searches. There you have it! Which update excites you most?
    [Blog] 6 Essential Facebook Marketing Do’s for B2B Marketers
    If you have a How-To tutorial, don’t forget to post videos on your Facebook just the way you would post them on your blog or website(this works great for makeup and beauty brands!). Facebook has an image. You know the young, immature, and un-professional ones. But that’s probably because Facebook was invented for the sole purpose of being a “social” network and initially used by the teens or young adults. Now, however, Facebook is growing up just like we do. It has turned into a proper marketing channel, i.e., through “pages” made for brands and companies. First look at the content.
    [Blog] Top 10 Reasons for Using Social Media Networks
    For More Sources Of OnLine Earning Visit The Blog Here And Check Out The Whole Page!: Join The Facebook Group Specially For OnLine Earning Resources Click Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AboutOnlineEarningAndLifestyle/ Social Media Network My Business Page On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pervarakapadia Please Visit Blog: Social Media Network OnLine: [link Join Me On TSU - The Social Media Site! Join Me Here: https://www.tsu.co/PervaraKapadia PervaraKapadia 2. Add Your Site For FREE! Over 3.5 link] 3. Safe-List is a 100% OptIn EMailing List: [link] 4. ref=2855555 5.
    [Blog] @BlueFocus announces Top 50 Twitter #EmployeeSEAL 2015 Award #Leadership
    blog posts, tweets, news articles), and must be good storytellers.  . We are proud to announce the winners of the first annual #EmployeeSEAL Awards. The SEAL—which stands for “Social Employee Advocacy Leaders”—recognizes those in the business community who lead by action, who evangelize through their passion, who inspire others to join the @SocialEmployee revolution through their tireless advocacy in the social sphere. Must be active in social media (e.g., must have at least 200 followers on Twitter). Must be employed in an organization, profit or non-profit, or work as an entrepreneur.
    [Blog] Google Removing Domain Names From Search Results Increases Internet User Vulnerability
    These are some of the comments posted to the Google blog announcing the change and other blogs: “This is not good for who spend nights creating good content and such great news for spammers. On Thursday, April 16, 2015, Google announced that they are beginning to remove the domain name from the mobile search results. Rather than displaying a URL in the search results or a domain name, Google has begun to display a website name or a website name and a breadcrumb of the website’s page. Domain names generally have been removed from the mobile search results. Trust is an issue.
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