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    [Blog] Go Social in Finding Travel Agents and Trips Galore
    Do you spend hours each day reading travel blogs or watching travel shows? Signs you’re addicted include spending endless hours on blogs and travel shows, enjoying living out of a suitcase, getting excited after purchasing a plane ticket (a new adventure awaits!), Having a blog with a large following can help tremendously in getting companies to work with you. Find the best vacation spots – Blogs and social media can give you a first-hand account on the best vacation spots, whether you’re traveling abroad or in the U.S.,
    [Blog] Did LinkedIn Throw Out the Baby with the Bath Water
    Thousands and thousands of businesspeople produce content on the LinkedIn platform natively. I put blog posts there as well. Is it just me, or do you really not understand what’s going on over at LinkedIn? I’ve been on record in the past as saying how smart I thought it was that LinkedIn moved from a social network for business to a content marketing platform for business. They’ve tried to become a B2B magazine. Smart. And their advertising revenue is doing well. They bought Slideshare ;  super smart. Buying Newsle ? Also super smart. They killed it a couple years ago.
    [Blog] Social Media - Kaleidoscope Marketing
    In 2005, The American Cancer Society used a blog to support its  Fabulous at 50  promotion focused on colon cancer education. That was true for blogs in 2005, it's true for social networks in 2010, and it will be true for the next shiny platform.  Social media  tools  may fall out of favor; but the concept of leveraging the conversational, digital world to engage, educate and energize our customers is here to stay.  When most people begin to explore social media they usually start from the perception that social media is another marketing channel. Glad you asked. Just a thought
    [Blog] My Birthday Weekend
    If some of you were wondering where I’ve been and why I haven’t blogged for a few weeks, it’s because I’ve been mentally busy. Work has been fairly demanding and my MSc dissertation has been too. I did get chance though to get away for four days to Staffordshire to a log cabin which was lovely and quiet and had a fab hot tub. The special occasion was my 34th birthday. It was great to spend some quality time with my husband, even if he did find it very hard to be away from WiFi and a mobile signal! Can’t wait to use it. ” I hear you ask? What a star.
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #237
    Brain Pickings is my first destination (along with Seth Godin''s blog ) each and every morning. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? Check out these six links that we''re recommending to one another: Typeset In The Future - Alien : " I''m a hardass about fonts. But this puts me to shame. It''s a detailed look at the fonts of Alien, and design in general, and how much the things in the background you don''t really consider -- color schemes, labels -- affect the overall feeling of the piece. Almost." Enjoy."
    [Blog] What’s the Price of Five Dollars?
    And of course, when I tweet or blog about my frustration I potentially influence how others perceive the brand as well. This post by Andy Sernovitz got me thinking about how many companies are penny wise but pound foolish — and why, more often than not, that mindset is bad for business over the long haul. That, in turn, brought to mind a post I wrote a couple of years ago when a company I’ve had a reasonably long-term relationship with and how their penny wise thinking caused me to question my loyalty. So what’s the price of five dollars? Here’s the scoop.
    [Blog] How Social Photography Can Benefit Your Effort
    On Tuesday I posted a story on my blog about the new Twitter interface. Granted the Twitter post was not a popular one, but every month my Flickr blog competes with my regular blog for traffic. Combine photos with strong blogging and the combination can be incredible. Consider this Google image search for LIVESTRONG brand. 4) Crowdsourcing Photos: Many organizations, and in particular causes, do not have the luxury of hiring a photographer for blogs, web site pics, and even e-newsletters. September 30 is the last day of voting). Some months it wins. and more.
    [Blog] How brands partner with consumers to scale social good
    They need to give consumers a chance to elect the brand every day, by endorsing it on their social networks, in their blogs, and at cash registers. Image: Ross William Hamilton. Corporations, consumers, and citizens must begin acting in concert to create a powerful third pillar of social transformation if we hope to meet the social challenges we currently face with equal force. This begins with corporations that choose to alter how they practice capitalism in two ways to serve the greater good. Do you believe brands are becoming will partners with consumers?
    [Blog] Social Media's Historical Context
    first started thinking about social media in terms of history when I saw Arianna Huffington on The Daily Show  talking about blogging with Jon Stewart.   It was an appearance to promote her new book on blogging , and in one of her statements she said: "blogs are history's first draft."   As consultants in the field, we always tell clients that blogging does not have to be perfect.    So blogs, or social media as a whole is actually a more complete version of history.  link] Other.: link] Other.:
    [Blog] Are we seeing a shift in the quality-vs.-quantity content debate?
    Blog Tips for improving iPad usability Blog Researcher predicts iPad will reign over tablet ma. ™ Login Register Advertise with Us Browse by Topic In Focus iPad Smartphones Social Media SEO / SEM Paid Content Content Aggregation / Curation Hyperlocal Tags Advertising Audience Development Design Editorial Technology Products & Resources Publisher's Playbooks Industry events Site index Rob ORegans Blog Are we seeing a shift in the quality-vs.-quantity eMedia Vitals eMedia Jobs Article The next step: monetizing mobile inside and outsid. quantity content debate?
    [Blog] Musing About U.S. Media and Presidential Politics
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. There’s a story in Gawker — an internet news magazine launched in 2003 that promotes itself as the source of daily media news and gossip — about presidential candidates and their expenses for pizza. It’s a story you won’t read anywhere else. It’s a story that Gawker and its ilk are known to publish. During milestone occasions such as presidential races I’m reminded of a 2009 op-ed in The Christian Science Monitor about the stagnancy of newspaper reporting and why a paradigm shift is imminent. Of
    [Blog] Why Social Success is No Accident
    Blogging Success Summit – 23 Tips From Blogging Top Dogs. If you read Convince & Convert on even an occasional basis, you know that I’m firmly in the social integration camp. You need to focus on how to “be&# social as a company, and worry less about how to “do&# social. This is because social touches do not occur in isolation. I’ve seen a LOT of teeth gnashing lately about online influence , and Klout , and the paucity of clicks that most social updates generate. You know what would get people to click your crap more? Answering your phone.
    [Blog] The top 15 Star Wars links everyone will - Koka Sexton dot Com
    Ron’s last blog post. in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 3237 Blog Book Reviews Entrepreneur Featured Geek Break Headline Lead Story Letters from Iraq Military Social Media Technology Notice : get_links is deprecated since version 2.1! Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS The top 15 Star Wars links everyone will like. The Star Wars saga is my favorite set of movies of all time. I’m not the only one that likes Star Wars obsessively. Here are some of the best Star Wars posts I have found online.
    [Blog] Are You the Friend Who Never Shuts Up?
    Subscribe to peoples’ blogs and comment as often as you can. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Daniel Smith of Propaganda House. You know who I’m talking about: that friend who makes you wince whenever you see them pop up on your phone, or makes you dread social events that you know they’re going to be at. Image copyright Renee Jansoa - Yes, I was becoming a Joel Horneck on social media. I was getting too absorbed in my own stuff, only caring about how many people viewed my posts and shared them with others. Start now.
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #112
    "Remember when people blogged, and you knew them, or got to know them online, and they got to know you? This is just a nice old fashioned blog post from my pal, Arjun Basu , about a bunch of stuff he was thinking about during and after an unconnected holiday. "The contents of this news item could be a blog post (or three) unto itself. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "Look for patterns in enough places and you'll find them. And the next one is due in 2020. It's a fun read."
    [Blog] Social Media Marketing Requires Involvement | Mindjumpers
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Social Media Marketing Goals & Tools Facebook Reveals New Changes On Platform » Social Media Marketing Requires Involvement Posted by Sara Hansson Oct 7th, 2010 Tweet We have done several blog posts about social media user involvement; an element that is very essential in new marketing and what the world of social media is all about. Social networks are not to be compared with traditional mass communication channels where one way messages are thrown in the customers’ faces.
  • JACOB MORGAN  |  MONDAY, JULY 15, 2013
    [Blog] The New Standard for Evaluating Enterprise Software is How Consumer Grade It Is
    Twitter, Facebook, Klout, Foursquare, Wikis, Blogs, and many other pieces of consumer software are now the standard for enterprise software. It’s no secret that much of modern day enterprise software (specifically around collaboration) is being modeled around consumer web software; and there’s good reason for that. Enterprise software is starting to be evaluated based on how “consumer grade” it is and this is a big shift; how often do you hear an executive say something like “can it do hashtags like Twitter?” So what does this mean?
    [Blog] Logitech Type+ iPad Air Case Review
    so I’m going to be talking a bit more about this on the blog. Especially when you use your iPad as much as I do (I use it at work for email and keeping notes in OneNote, for blogging and also reading) and when you keep your iPad in your handbag mostly, like I do. I’ve been trying out the Logitech Type+ iPad Air Case for the past few weeks and if you’re on the lookout for a new case for your iPad Air, then this review is definitely worth a read! It’s It’s my first post in my ‘tech’ category, which is pretty crazy as I’m a total geek!
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012
    [Blog] Work the Plan
    My plan for today said, “Write next week’s newsletter, three blog posts, and then clear up your inbox.” It’s a gorgeous and sunny day as I write this. would like to be outside, maybe grilling up some steaks and drinking a beer or 12. But I’m working because that’s the plan. have a short window of time to get a bunch of things done before I hit the road again, and because part of my business is to create media, that means writing and creating information that might be useful to you. Work the plan. That’s the message of the day. Work the Plan.
    [Blog] Red's True BBQ Restaurant (Leeds)
    It was worth it though…yesterday evening I ate at Red’s True BBQ, Leeds’ newest restaurant. I was away last week, so missed the opening,  but I made sure to spread the love to a few others on Twitter (Becs, from Lay The Table has written a good review with lots of detail  - she’s fab, I love her blog). I went to sleep last night nursing a fat belly. So all this waiting means I’d been looking forward to this for a while and working up an appetite! We started with the nachos and jalapeño poppers. We then tried the beer chicken / wings and ribs.
  • SOCIAL WAYNE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 31, 2011
    [Blog] 7 recent QR Code marketing examples by major brands, music artist and publications
    More on this later but check out the Starbucks qr code frappuccino scan video below via QR Codes Anywhere blog. Sometimes I just chuckle and just shake my head when I see tweets or hear complaints and rants about how QR Codes suck, or don’t use QR Codes for this or that and my personal favorite, NFC is better than QR Codes, especially when it comes from “thought leaders&# or a super savvy “social media guys/gals&#. See 101 Ideas for Using QR Codes. Using QR Codes requires thinking about the time and location of where a QR Code may be seen offline. via [link]. 7.
    [Blog] Crazy
    In his recent blog post , Mark W Schaefer made the point that people are being told the equivalent of “be awesome or go home.” It’s the opposite of a “me too” blog. Julien Smith and I just did a chat conversation with people interested in books and writing. What became interesting to me were how many variations on a theme came back in their responses, questions, and clarifications. In most cases, they were arguing for mediocrity. In a World Full of People, Only Some Want to Fly. But there’s a difference. And yet, so few do. Much better choices.
    [Blog] Personal Learning for Learning Professionals - Using Web 2.0 Tools to Make Reading & Research More Effective
    Tony Karrers eLearning Blog on eLearning Trends. Mostly, this is just trying to stay abreast of what is going on. I do this normally by skimming lots of magazines, newsgroups and blogs. When appropriate, instead of blog or tree, use blogs and trees. As Ive shifted towards reading a more diverse set of resources (primarily blogs and discussion groups), Ive come to realize that I get more relevant diverse and deeper information from these sources. Any new blog that hasnt produced anything of use in a month is going to get the boot from me. eLearning 2.0.
  • ABSOLUTE PA  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2012
    [Blog] It’s All About You!
    Then there are the links to my social media profiles, website and blog. Have you got an splash page? If you don’t know what is, it’s a page all about you. An online business card that includes links to all of your other online places. fast, free, fabulous way of providing one central location where folks can find out more about you and decide how to connect with you. Here’s mine: AliciaCowan. Plus you can sign up for my popular social media tips, from the page too. The guys at Time for you to get an
    [Blog] Crowdsourcing Curation: The Social Graph as Gatekeeper
    The Internet promotes this takeover by lowering the cost of production and transmission to near zero for nearly every user, for everything from words (blogs) to pictures (Flickr) to video (YouTube). From blogs to music to software to journalism, one of the biggest fears of the established order is how to handle the oncoming glut of mediocrity. Eric on Buzz Blog Archive ▼ 2010 (24) ► October (1) Why I love Charles Stross ► September (8) Practicing What They Preach: Jonathan Rauch on the. Eric Reasons Its my name. Its what I do. Its full of crap!"
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  MONDAY, JULY 26, 2010
    [Blog] Innovation Over Tradition
    bought the myth of the digital personal brand and was trying to ‘create product’ to ‘ship’ to those who read my blog. I was using Twitter to ‘influence’ and ‘network’ in order to get exposure and sell my product, because someone else had done it successfully and now I was buying their 10 steps to do it myself. The former only requires us to tweet, like, comment, retweet, blog. This thought comes from Scott Gould 's thinking blog for thinking people. In other words, they valued innovation over tradition. Clones and Drones.
    [Blog] How Your Business Can Make the Most Out of Google Updates
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Emma Henry of True Target Marketing. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), when executed well, can reap significant results for an online business.  It can boost search engine rankings and increase targeted website traffic, resulting in more sales leads and paying customers. If you have plans to implement an SEO campaign, it pays to be aware of the latest Google updates to ensure that you adapt your online business as required in order to boost your search engine rankings and avoid being penalised. Content is king.
    [Blog] Playing with the Recorded Future Analytics Platform
    I first heard about Recorded Future from Mathew Hurst’s blog T he Recorded Future is Here where a brief introduction to this new analytics platform was shared.  Basically, Recorded Future is akin to Adaptive Semantics and Crimson Hexagon in that it creates structure and meaning from unstructured data using a combination of machine learning and custom programming. Matthew Hurst picked out this quote from the Recorded Future website. “This definitely reduces time in figuring out what may or may not be happening in the future based on what has been happening in the past.
    [Blog] Curate a Best-Of Post that Gets Read, Used, and Shared
    Ideally, your best-of post will contain articles that attracted traffic that converted (for example, became subscribers or social media followers for your blog). 2. Consider your blog’s evolution. That’s fine—so long as these posts still reflect where your blog is at. Even if you’re the kind of blogger who doesn’t let anything make it through to the blog that’s not perfect, go back over those old posts. Do have a best-of on your blog? Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. That almost goes without saying! Weigh the stats.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2013
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – 20 Marketing Links
    This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, SEO, and social media on Blogging / Content. Useful Ways To Overcome Writer’s Block – There are other factors which help you to draw up plans to stay victorious over writer’s block, these are factors which keep the flame of your blogging passion ignited, and again these are outstanding ways to overcome writer’s block! Share Your Best Blog Posts. would like to make Kikolani your favorite place to go for blogging advice!
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #184
    Our Thirteen Most-Read Blog Posts Of 2013 - The New Yorker. The New Yorker ''s 13 most read blog posts of 2013." Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? " Rob Rhinehart wonders just how much of the act of dating can be handed over to machines. Not politically correct, and maybe a bit NSFW, but definitely good satire. Besides, it''s the holidays, and you shouldn''t be working anyway." " (Alistair for Hugh). Solitude And Leadership - The American Scholar. They get up early. It isn''t.
    [Blog] Why Your Business Should Create a Facebook Profile
    Done correctly (much like blog commenting or forum commenting) this can lead to the formation of new social relationships and enhance your brand’s visibility on Facebook. Tweet That’s right. said it. profile. Not a page. Not a group. profile. Before the Social Media Experts start furiously tweeting that starting a profile is NOT the correct way to market on Facebook, let me point out my reasoning. As an admin for a number of Facebook pages, I’m often butting heads with the limitations that Facebook creates for page owners. Am I nuts? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
    [Blog] Why Your Business Should Create a Facebook Profile
    Done correctly (much like blog commenting or forum commenting) this can lead to the formation of new social relationships and enhance your brand’s visibility on Facebook. That’s right. said it. profile. Not a page. Not a group. profile. Before the Social Media Experts start furiously tweeting that starting a profile is NOT the correct way to market on Facebook, let me point out my reasoning. As an admin for a number of Facebook pages, I’m often butting heads with the limitations that Facebook creates for page owners. Facebook pages are notoriously bad for organic growth. Am I nuts?
    [Blog] Learning to Violate Your Templates
    Keep What Works Are Comments Really Necessary on Your Small Business Blog? Every good small business owner has a set of practices or behaviors they rely on while operating their business. These “best practices” serve as a template for employees, customers, and during peak hours or seasons. As business climates, economies, and the marketplace continues to change at an accelerating pace, “ Learning to Violate Your Templates”  can be a profitable exercise. We’ve all heard the term “out of the box” as a motivator for creative and innovative thinking.
    [Blog] The Little Things Can Make a Big Difference
    Similar to business, whether it’s opening a new location or launching an online store, reinvigorating a blog or getting ready for your summer sales, pay attention to the little things. “The little things in baseball, though they may have a small impact on one game, can have a large impact on one season,” Brad Ausmus, Manager, Detroit Tigers. Baseball is made up of many small things and offers fantastic lessons for life and business. A lot of talk around the thinking person’s baseball conversation is about the game-within-the-game. May I say it again?
    [Blog] Life Delivers Turbulence: Adjust or Start Over?
    We met some great people during our stay, and many stories and lessons sure to appear on this blog in the short future. On the first day of 2012, my wife and I were excited to begin our first full calendar year together. Focus. Excitement. We had big plans for the new year. On the second day of 2012, life threw us a curve ball. Angela’s dad had a “heart episode” and was taken to the hospital. Only two hours away (a commute for many, but in the country that’s a trip), we quickly grabbed a few things and headed home to help. We remained for 11 days. Big thanks!
  • DANNY BROWN  |  MONDAY, MAY 17, 2010
    [Blog] Why Being Obvious Can Be Original Too - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs Why Being Obvious Can Be Original Too May 17, 2010 16 voices share yours! Quick Heads-Up on Access to the Blog Tags: Business , Marketing , originality 16 voices - share yours! Greg Nemer´s most recent blog post.Starting An Online Business, Again =-. Michelle Mangen´s most recent blog post.Hiring a Virtual Assistant =-. Mark W Schaefer´s most recent blog post.A Frank Dickinson´s most recent blog post.Just For Today. =-.
    [Blog] Be different, but not THAT different!
    Alex Hyman Phil Hyman Photography Blog: [link] ; Trey Pennington January 22, 2010 at 10:22 am Thanks Alex. This is an awesome blog! In this article, you taught awareness for the purpose of communication, i just posted an article on my blog about awareness for the purpose of introspection to create a wonderful life. Home About Book Trey to Speak Let’s Connect #smBBQ Subscribe trey pennington connections, content, conversations: commerce™ Be different, but not THAT different! by trey on January 21, 2010 “Differentiate or Die!&# Great title for a book. Okay…ready?)
    [Blog] The Rise (And Fall) of Social Media: 12 Ways to Capitalize on the Current Trends
    Ways to Use Social Networking for Blog Promotion. This is a guest post by Uttoran Sen. Social media is very much here, but as those at MySpace can tell you, it’s not always here to stay. The trick to capitalizing on social media trends is to find what is happening now and make it work for you. 1. Follow Your Target Market. Who are you selling to? Kids aren’t on Facebook as much now as they used to be. They are over at Tumblr – are you? Moms, on the other hand, aren’t hanging around Digg or Linkedin. They are over there at Pinterest. Go in Knowledgeable. Focus Your Efforts. Test Markets.
    [Blog] Major in the Right College Choices
    You can read blog posts; follow the school on Twitter and ‘like’ their Facebook page to learn as much as you can. Choosing a college major is one of the toughest decisions you’ll ever make. It determines the type of career you’ll have, the salary you’ll make and how you’ll be spending your work days throughout your life. Do you want to work in an office or perhaps in a hospital? Do you like working with numbers or prefer to be creative? Is upward mobility important to you? All of these questions, and more, must be asked. How to choose the right major.
    [Blog] How to Get Your Email Answered
    You are sharing some really interesting/funny/helpful stuff on G+, FB, your blog, Vine, etc these days so … well … I’m … yeah. I’m not going to lie. STOLE this entire email from my inbox and copy/pasted it here for you. It’s from DJ Waldow , who is one of the smartest people talking about email marketing out there. But this? This is a great email he sent me. Not because he praises me. In fact, I’ll explain why. SUBJECT: Tea. Podcasts. Online Stalking. Secret audio. Chris! Short version: THANK YOU! Good stuff. HOLY S**T. This is your calling!
  • JEFF ESPOSITO  |  FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2015
    [Blog] See you later Vistaprint, best of luck
    Shortly into my tenure, my then VP Manya Chait tossed a Businessweek at me with an article entitled Beyond Blogs and asked me to figure out this new thing that wowed the crowds at SXSW called Twitter (believe it or not, I still have the issue and plan on framing it). Eight years, one month and 13 days ago, I walked into Vistaprint to take on a role as an associate manager on the company’s PR team. Taking the job, I thought that it would be something that would help me transition out of the sports world and get into more of a stable PR role. To be honest, I could really care less.
    [Blog] Weddings, Birthday Parties & Keeping Comfy
    This time 5 years ago I was Seville. I do really like Timehop (if you’re a regular reader of my blog, check out my band photo). Another week gone. Whooosh. Gone. I don’t know where times goes at the moment, seems like I have a lot on and endless to do lists. shouldn’t complain though, I get bored easily and like being busy. This week was mostly full of work, weddings and birthday parties… mixed with bumping my beloved car (bad times!) to balance out the fun. Here are a few highlights…starting off with what I wore: Keeping comfy and showing my knees.
    [Blog] October in Instagram Photos
    might write a blog post on this later this month. I’ve enjoyed October. I had a lovely weekend with my husband in a posh yurt by a lake which was very relaxing, but the rest of the month has been spent with both of us working. A lot. My husband runs two of his own businesses, which is keeping him particularly busy this month…my work is busy, plus I’m working on a dissertation for the MSc. Lots of late nights in front of a laptop. Autumn has arrived and the colours are lovely, but we haven’t had that cold snap that turns up all that autumn colour intensity.
    [Blog] 5 Tips To Avoid New Job Burnout
    But I think you forgot one tip - something along the lines of getting a good nights sleep, and not blogging at 4 a.m.! Shannon Pauls Very Official Blog Spin Sucks TopRank Online Marketing Blog Writing Boots - David Murray Love WUL? Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox. And you take responsibility for your comments - just as this is my blog, those are your comments, not mine. If you are, you have beaten the odds, and my hat is off to you! It’s always tough when you have to move to a typical 9-5 work day when you’re not used to it. Great!
    [Blog] Do The Work – Introducing the Social Pros Podcast
    for more on Argyle – the social media management tool I use personally – see this blog post about them ). for more on Infusionsoft – the email tool we use – see this blog post about them ). My new podcast debuts this week. It’s called Social Pros – Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media. I’ve done a little podcasting in the past, and quite a few interviews here on Convince & Convert , and I’m thrilled to be adding Social Pros to the array of high quality content we create every week. Tell Me More. What is Social Pros?
    [Blog] Are you setting yourself up for failure?
    Whether you want to admit it or not, your company and its products are just not a matter of life and death, so responding to every waking Tweet, Facebook message or blog comment can wait until the morning or end of the weekend. Do you work around the clock, seven days a week? Take a second to consider the answer. I am sure that for the most part that the answer is no. While the question might seem a no-brainer, it is actually one that I have seen debated time and time again within the community management and social media fields. Both answers have merit, but are equally incorrect.
    [Blog] What is “New” In Adopting New Membership or Business Models?
    Read more at Anna’s blog, the Demand Perspective. We’re very pleased to introduce our newest regular columnist here on SocialFishing:  Anna Caraveli, of the Demand Perspective. You may recognize her name from several outstanding articles she  wrote for Associations Now. Read more about her here. ) Her monthly column for us will focus on what Anna calls “the building blocks for constructing new membership and business models” for associations. have been preaching model change for years. Don’t just play on the periphery; transform your entire organizational model.
    [Blog] How To Write Engaging Facebook Posts
    So, make sure you direct them to the appropriate landing pages and blog posts. One thing that every social media marketer knows is that Facebook has been around for a long time, so finding new ways to engage your own Facebook fans is crucial to maintaining your following. If some of the content you publish there doesn’t stand out and has the same feel as previous posts, your followers will begin to ignore it until some eye-catching content draws their attention. Here are some ways you can start to engage your audience: Emotion symbols engage followers. Visual content is important.
    [Blog] Social Media Events Calendar and Advice Guide
    The reality is that there isn’t a damn thing you’ll learn at a social media event that you couldn’t learn from a blog or a book if you wanted to work that hard. Actually, Facebook Success Summit (and its brethren the Social Media Success Summit and Blogging Success Summit) are perhaps my favorite events of the year, because they are 100% virtual (no planes!) The social media events season is again upon us. Your expectations and attitude. If you think the social media event will be great, chances are you’ll be right. The people you meet. Of course. Sweet.
    [Blog] Klout fails again, making Apple pizza and staying simple
    Failed Klout Perks, A True Story – If you tune into this blog on a regular basis, or at least this week, you probably heard my tale of Klout offering me free booze , but not really since they had a whoopsie. Hey folks welcome to this week’s edition of Five for Friday , making its return after me spending a week without the Internet. How was your week? For me the week was one big blur of head-down awesomeness to an extent along with a whole bunch of odd and annoying things popping up. Hope you’ve got some great plans, be safe and have a great weekend. Social Recruiting: 55% of U.S.
    [Blog] Becoming More Accessible on Social Networks
    Blog: [link]. Do you use one email address for responding to your blog readers, clients, blog comments, etc.? Are you using a particular image for Gravatar when blog commenting? It can be as simple as changing your WordPress admin to display are your full name, displaying an author’s box at the end of your posts, or including a small snippet in your sidebar naming yourself as owner of your blog. How to Socially Connect with Blog Readers. So how can you find your blog readers socially? Look for Social Profile Icons on Blogs.
    [Blog] How Would You Fix this Disconnect in Social Media Hiring?
    The Spinks Blog A Fresh Look Into Social Media Home About Contact Me Under 30 Professionals How Would You Fix this Disconnect in Social Media Hiring? Also, by doing some research, for example reading blogs and seeing how successful other companies are with social media, they can set some type of standard or parameters for finding a social media employee. They see blog posts, and tweets and maybe a case study or two about their approach. Maybe it’s someone you’ve interacted with on the blogs you’ve read. Blog at what then?
  • GEMMA WENT  |  MONDAY, JULY 19, 2010
    [Blog] Bad grammar, bad spelling: Is language as we know it, changing.
    Subscribe to new posts by email Subscribe to The Cube by Email Sign up to receive our latest ebook: How to develop a Social Media Strategy Were currently publishing a ten stage How to develop a Social Media Strategy on this blog. youd like to receive a copy of this hot off the press (well hot off the internet), sign up here to receive a shiny new copy once its done Connect elsewhere *Website Delicious Facebook Flavors (everything in one place) Flickr Foursquare LinkedIn Slideshare Twitter You Tube Search ANY CHARACTER HERE Twitter followers Share or bookmark this blog/page Stumble It!
    [Blog] Why Dunbar's Number is Irrelevant
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Why Dunbar’s Number is Irrelevant View Comments January 25th, 2010 For those of you not familiar with Dunbar’s number it basically says that the most amount of people that you can maintain stable social relationships with is 150.  Twitter, blogging, Facebook). If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. These are relationships in which an individual knows who each person is, and how each person relates to every other person. Your thoughts?
    [Blog] Weekly Roundup: The Holly And The Ivy
    Post Categories Select Category Blogging for Grasshoppers Business Career Networking Communication Blogging Measurement MeasurePR Public Relations Social Media Twitter Writing Events Guest Posts Amrit Pal Bryce Keane Conway Wigg Erica Holt Herwin Icasiano Howie Goldfarb Mike Doman Narciso Tovar Shanan Sorochynski Steff Metal Interviews Marketing Media Personal Cooking Recipe of the Week Philanthropy PRSA 2009 Resources How To Weekly Roundup Speaking Training Women Grow Business Featured Guest Bloggers Extra, Extra! Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox. sari. 3.
    [Blog] How to Change the World … from Your Desk
    hundred million blogs, most of them saying the same thing: “I’m boring.”. Your blog is a tool to break through the established structure of this world, a way to clear the existing landscape of monotony to make way for creativity and newness of thought. Your blog is a wrecking ball, and you should use it as such. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Nate St. Pierre. There’s too much of the same out there. Yours should be better. It just gets out there and starts swinging. It knocks into things. That’s its job. And guess what? None of us are.
    [Blog] 20+ Cool Social Media and Web Tools
    Want to show the world how social you are with a cool widget on your website or blog? blogs, microblogging sites, social bookmarking, images, video), and shows associated metrics like sentiment, top keywords, top users (who’s talking about this topic most actively) and sources. Social Mention also lets you set up alerts (simiar to Google Alerts) and offers a widget that can be installed on a website or blog to display the real-time buzz about your specified topic. The site also offers tools for backing up web mail accounts, blogs and online photos. uberVU.
    [Blog] Have We Seen This Social Media Movie Before?
    Retweets, Facebook shares, Diggs, Stumbles, and now Linkedin shares are badges of honor, displayed proudly atop each blog post like family crests of feudal lords. People say social media is unicorn, but it’s really just a horse. Sure, social media empowers customers like nothing before it. And of course, social media creates a new level of real-time accountability for companies previously accustomed to asynchronous communication. These are the ways social media is different. But in other ways, it’s largely the same. Let’s compare email marketing and social media.
    [Blog] Day 5: People of color impacting the social web – Clarence Wooten #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 5 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Clarence Wooten Twitter: @clarencewooten Website/Blog: Bio Coined a “serial entrepreneur&# by Entrepreneur Magazine in February 2000, Clarence has launched and operated numerous technology-based companies since founding his first, Envision Designs, while initially studying architecture as an undergraduate student in college. As we all know, February is Black History Month. Each post will include a picture, bio, two links from the selected person and this paragraph. Clarence has a B.S.
    [Blog] Use the Magazine Approach for Your Platform – The Impact Equation
    Another helpful way to look at what you’re doing is to think about how magazines are put together, and consider applying the same concepts to how you use your platforms, especially your blog. You could do this model via email, via a blog, via some social networks like Google+ or Tumblr, or even in the offline world. In The Impact Equation , one of the prominent parts of our prescription is the realization that you must learn to master your use of your platform to communicate your ideas and build a network of value. How do you get people to care? That informs all I do.
  • SOCIAL WAYNE  |  MONDAY, MAY 16, 2011
    [Blog] The point-of-sale will be the next big API Platform to win
    via 3 Reasons that We are Moving Away from Facebook as a Platform – Zuupy Official Blog. We are now focused on point-of-sale transactions, working more like a sales tool that facilitates group buying transactions and processes, leaving the marketing of deals largely to our customers (online retailers themselves). Facebook point-of-sale
    [Blog] How To Get More Done – The Works
    Shortly after you wake up from a few hours’ sleep (because you were catching up on blog reading and social networks and didn’t realize the time), you grab your phone and read an email from an angry boss/customer/loved one. It’s Monday morning. What’s on your to-do list? What lies ahead for this week? And if you’re so busy, why did you stop to read what I had to say? We are all hungry to get more done, and you can’t resist looking to see if I have advice or hacks you might implement to improve your own world. Does that describe you more often than not?
    [Blog] Dear Twitter: Please Add Auto DM Blocking |
    Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Me Browse > Home / Social Media / Dear Twitter: Please Add Auto DM Blocking | Subcribe via RSS Dear Twitter: Please Add Auto DM Blocking August 11th, 2010 Posted in Social Media Tweet Share It’s no secret that Twitter’s schedule of feature enhancements is fairly lacking and infrequent. If I had this sort of feature, I could actually use the DM feature to communicate.
    [Blog] Breaking A Goal Into Metrics | Brass Tack Thinking
    Consider your Strategies & Tools In this example, let’s assume you’ve done some research and listening, and you’ve decided that you’d like to build strategies that involve your corporate blog , Twitter , and your company’s Facebook fan page as touchpoints and drivers. In other words, for our sample objective, people might: See a link to your blog post on Twitter, visit your website, then sign up for the newsletter. Read your blog post, and see the link in your post footer that suggests your email as a resource they might like. It is. keith.-=
    [Blog] 5 Fun Things to Watch This Summer
    See very other marketing blog. 5) Amazon’s Continued Market Entry: Amazon made a stellar entry into the mobile electronics market with the Kindle. Image by ssoosay. It’s summertime and with the heat comes play, even for social media geeks and bloggers. Here are five fun things to watch and play with this summer: 1) Spotify: It finally arrived in the United States last week, and boy it’s fun. As an old person who hasn’t listed to pop radio for more than a decade, this has been a fantastic way to learn about new bands. Now the News Corp. Stay tuned to the news.
    [Blog] 5 Fast Tips for Going Multilingual on Twitter
    Followers around the world can give your blog the kind of exposure you could only have dreamed about in the past, everywhere from Tokyo to Buenos Aires. When it comes down to it, whether you are representing a company or going solo, Twitter is a great way to attract a global audience to your blog. Instead, think back to your overall marketing plan and where the non-English speaking countries fit your blogging strategy. After all, why waste time tweeting in Russian if you are aiming to build your blog readership in South America? Tell me that doesn’t sound good!
    [Blog] Why You Should 'Feel' Before Being Social
    So why blog about it? Great products, great service help of course! But is that enough in the social era? Maybe.but not always. If you can combine this with a great brand voice, a brand voice that sings your values on the social stage then you can win NOT only the product war but also the war for customer attention. When you think of a voice it has different elements. It has a tone. It has an accent. It has emotion. When you think of a brand, too often business leaders think message, tools and what they want to say. Imagine if you thought human rather than professional. Tweet this ).
    [Blog] Do you think deeply enough about your customers?
    That these exchanges can only be made not through tweeting but connecting, not by blogging about yourself but by entertaining, educating or informing the reader, not by shouting but by listening and not by writing about who you are but by demonstrating who you are. The marketplace is wider. The marketplace is bigger. Two facts which are indisputable. However, sometimes in social marketing we can concentrate on the wider and bigger of the consumer market rather than understanding the depth of the market. Depth in social marketing is understanding.
    [Blog] 3 Tips to Fuel Your Creative Business Side
    Read to learn not consume - whether it be a blog or a business book - take each key point and think how this could apply in your workplace. Being creative in business can so often be interpreted as artistic skill. Yet being creative is inside all of us, it is not about is about how to approach idea that I feel passionate about. We all have a creative side - be it problem solving, DIY, cooking, interior design.we look for ways in our personal life to make our life better. Look for examples outside of your business, even industry.and apply to your brand.
    [Blog] Resolve To Do _ for 30 Days
    You can join his Facebook blog community here and sign up for his email newsletter. Visit the blog archive to read more articles on new and emerging media. Matt Cutts is a smart guy. He directs a team at Google that fights web spam. He holds a doctorate in computer graphics. And, he preaches the benefits of trying new things. Here, give this guy a spin for the next 3 minutes: Is there something you aren’t doing today but would like to try [.] Thank you for reading! Ari Herzog is a new media explorer. Recent comments It's okay to plan but make sure to stick to what you have.
    [Blog] Social Media ROI White Paper for Webinar
    Readers of my blog get a chance to read my white paper on Tracking Social Media ROI using Spectrum Analytics a day ahead of Tuesday afternoon’s webinar on the subject. I’ll also publish the PowerPoint deck shortly after the webinar. Tracking Social Media ROI using Spectrum Analytics. This paper is the most ambitious piece of writing I’ve done to date and I put a lot of thought and energy into it.
    [Blog] The Problem With Community Platforms (and asking the right questions)
    We would love to have you and look forward to meeting many long-time readers of the blog.  Discourse looks interesting. It looks sleek, modern, and displays most of what people need. It's also open-source. It might be a fantastic new community platform.    It's going to tempt a lot of people to switch platforms.and this is the problem. Switching community platforms is one of the riskiest things you can do. The benefits are usually minimal and the dangers are colossal. Unless you picked a terrible platform initially, changing a platform won't help you much.
    [Blog] Jumo – the Non Profit Social Network Has Launched
    Tweet Written by Tehneyat who currently resides in London, United Kingdom from where she is blogging for Mindjumpers. Jumo , a new social networking platform for non-profit that we blogged about a few months ago, launched in its beta version yesterday. You can follow Tehneyat on Twitter @tehneyat. The purpose of Jumo is to connect people to organisations. This is done if you sign up and connect through Facebook. Based on your likes and interests on Facebook, Jumo will suggest organisations for you according to your and your friends interests. Sign up. Browse causes.
    [Blog] Aggregate your online activity using Tumblr [Tutorial]
    Different to other blogging platforms like WordPress and Typepad , Tumblr simplifies this activity of blogging by allowing you to post items by content – text, video, audio, quote, photo, chat or a link. Whilst this may seem like a limitation, it’s in fact an advantage for many who do not need advance features that other blogging services. For the blog search for example it uses Google and Technorati as sources, a custom Yahoo pipe to remove duplicates and finally Tumblr to display the result. Read more. Tumblr is the answer.  Based in London and Berlin.
    [Blog] 50+ ways to search Twitter | Shuaism
    blog comments powered by Disqus Sign up for my monthly newsletter, the Social Media Launchpad Contact Email: shua @ shuaism dot comPhone: 801 448 9136 Search Shuaism Lijit Search Popular Posts 50+ Ways to search Twitter All of Seth Godins free ebooks in one place Integrating your social media marketing The FINAL word on social media ROI Changing your Twitter Username: A quick guide to keep you in the conversation You can put a bunch of widgets here Powered By Headway Go To Top Copyright © 2010 Shuaism All content © Shuaism. Hashtags, people, conversations, topics, etc. Thanks.
    [Blog] The Sweet Opportunity of Choosing Your Customer
    In the case of media making and your online presence, what you put out there for the world to see on your social channels and your blog is what people are going to weigh into other equations when determining whether to buy from you. At the moment I’m writing this blog post, my last 20 tweets say nothing about what kind of business I’m in. I had an interesting comment from someone at an event recently. We were picking apart my Twitter stream and I was explaining my philosophy around it. That’s a choice, though, and it’s something I encourage you to consider.
    [Blog] Don’t Be a Blogger If You Can’t Stand the Heat
    unsubscribed from Chris Brogan’s blog a while back after he preferred snark over conversation with a bunch of his commenters. “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.&# Harry S. Truman. It’s been a funny old week in social media. The natives are getting restless and angry. People are questioning more , and accepting less. This is a good thing. When we accept for too long, we become immune to what’s right, or what could be right. We simply become drones, and wait for the next generic piece of news or advice to be fed to us. image: Catfunt.
    [Blog] Outlook Money Story on Being the Chief Marketing Offer of You Inc.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Hindu Story on Mobile Marketing in India The Social Squared Manifesto » Outlook Money Story on Being the Chief Marketing Offer of You Inc Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! All because I started sharing what I was learning on my blog. Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2. Follow up.
    Ces February 23, 2010 at 2:57 pm I’m anxiously awaiting your next blog post!!! Home About Services Social Media Speaking-Training LMA Contact Subscribe Myrland Marketing Minutes Strategic Social Media: Making Social Media Make Sense SHOULD LAW FIRMS BAN USE OF FACEBOOK AT WORK? by Nancy Myrland on January 11, 2010 I predict that we will look back on this discussion in a few years, and find it hard to believe we were dealing with this. So.what to do about your people and social media to help them become a strategic complement to your business goals? Share Share this on
    [Blog] New video with Brian Solis on “Open Leadership” - Founder of.
    Home Blog Open Leadership Groundswell Resources Engagements News About Charlene New video with Brian Solis on “Open Leadership&# Brian Solis recorded a video interview with me discussing the concepts in my book  Open Leadership – it’s part of his excellent new video series. Connect with Charlene Home | Blog | Open Leadership | Groundswell | Engagements | News | About Charlene Copyright © 2010 Charlene Li | Privacy | Disclosure Digital Marketing Partner Thank you very much for being on. Charlene: Thank you very much for having me. Chaos. Can you define them?
    [Blog] Social Pros 9 – Christopher S. Penn, WhatCounts
    We’ll link it up in the blog post. Jay: You have, as you said, in addition to your own books and your own blog and your own podcast and your own Twitter program, Google+ and everything else, you also create a substantial amount of the content and thought leadership that WhatCounts puts out. Blogging is not much more than 20 years old at this point. think you sent that in an email or I saw it in a blog post. Chris: I read a lot of economics blogs, believe it or not. This episode features Christopher S. Listen Now. The RSS feed is: [link]. Jay: Yeah.
    [Blog] Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker
    Reader Comments (4). I am a student on the TRIo project and I need to get some sortof relevance from your @blog about the construction industry Please help me. Doug Johnson. Writing, Speaking and Consulting on School Technology and Library Issues. Search. My book Machines are the easy part; people are the hard part is now available as a free download at Lulu. Home What’s new? Special note from Linworth Publishing : If you say you “saw it on my website, you will receive a $5 discount on any of my books. Subscribe. dougwri RSS. dougwri Comments RSS. Many U.S. Using U. S. Shilo.
    [Blog] Plan on Being More Social About Your Honeymoon
    You can create a honeymoon page on Facebook, start a honeymoon planning #hashtag on Twitter, or even create your own honeymoon blog and share it on any number of social sites. Planning the perfect honeymoon can take a lot of time and effort, especially if you’re looking for a budget-friendly getaway. Fortunately, social media can help you put together an unforgettable honeymoon. With romantic research in mind, here are a few tips for using social media to plan your honeymoon: Ask Friends and Family for Suggestions. This will help fuel the conversation and result in more responses.
    [Blog] How to Serve the New Age, Social Media Savvy Customer | One Social.
    Start a chat | CMS Login « How to Optimize Your Website for Social Media How to make Your Business Blog More Popular » How to Serve the New Age, Social Media Savvy Customer Marketing your business is very important, no matter which business field you operate in. Have a blog : Once you have a blog in your website, you can encourage users to follow the posts, in order to stay informed about new products or services that you are about to launch. Here is where you need to be careful to maintain a balance in your marketing campaign. So, go ahead, get started today.
    [Blog] It’s Time to Pay to Play
    highlight to tweet) No matter what type of content you are creating—whether it’s live streaming video, writing a blog post, recording a podcast, or whatever else—ask yourself, “Would I find this helpful? Five Mondays in June brought five incredible guests to the  Social Pros Podcast : a digital marketer for the  WKYC  TV station;  the  social media fan,  iSocialFanz ; two content marketing experts, one from BuzzSumo and the other from the  Content Marketing Institute;   plus the world’s Facebook expert at Mari Smith International, Inc. Mari Smith International, Inc.
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  MONDAY, JULY 18, 2011
    [Blog] Selling Information
    read great blogs and watch interesting videos every single day. It’s amazing how some people get all upset when someone puts something up for sale on the web. released a Google+ for Business LIVE webinar (that goes on Wednesday, by the way), and a few people complained that I had the audacity to charge money to educate people for two hours at the cost of $47. This kind of thing used to bug me. I’d feel really insecure if someone complained that I was putting a product up for sale, or if I were promoting something. But it doesn’t bother me any more and here’s why.
    [Blog] Weekly Letter – Turning Free Content into Revenue
    In a meeting I had with a client this past week the idea of enhancing their monthly Newsletter came up. I was reminded of a comment from a reader (quite a while back) who asked: “Here’s my question, if you are a business and offer a lot of things for free (like a blog or newsletter), how do you parley that into appropriate revenue without disengaging your audience?” ” Integrate Your Marketing With Your Purpose. That is a very good question, and one that every business (or would-be business) should be asking. To read the rest of this post, subscribe to the Weekly Letter.
    [Blog] What Would You Like to Learn About PodCasting?
    As an example, here is a video that I made over two years ago for my Productivity in Context blog (since rolled into this site) that shows the tools that I use for Getting Things Done. This Saturday I am going to PodCamp Boston to do some networking and to learn about adding podcasting to the set of resources available here. Specifically, I am looking for advice and guidance on the best software or applications for recording and editing these shows. Adding a podcast or video to your business website can add a lot of value for your potential and existing customers. podcasting questions
  • FEVER BEE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 2013
    [Blog] FeverBee is hiring a Community Advocate
    You should have read most of the material on this blog, bought the book, and agree with our principles. In our quest to help people build better communities, we’re once again expanding our team. This time we’re looking for an advocate of best practices, someone that strongly believes in the power of communities and wants to bring proven practice to a range of different sectors. Think business development more than consultancy/sales. Last time we advertised a role, we received over 200 applications. We’re hoping to narrow that down a little this time.    Benefits of FeverBee.
    [Blog] What Will Be Left Of Your Community in 10 Years' Time?
    Use blog posts and your own participation to share these across the community and then document them in the community's history.  In 10 years, what will be left of your community today? Will you be using the same platform? Will the same people be there? Will the documented knowledge still be relevant?    You probably answered no to all these questions. Worse yet, you probably won't be involved with the community by 2024.    This doesn't mean community activity doesn't matter (nor that the community will die). Communities continually evolve.
    [Blog] Stepping Outside Social Media and All That Jazz
    Nothing to do with PR, or communications, business or blogging tips (unless you count the stats about spam emails when you click the “More&# tab on the side navigation menu). So this post has absolutely nothing to do with marketing. Nothing to do with social media. But that doesn’t matter. Sometimes you need to step away from all of that stuff and take a look at the world around us. Learn about the people, facts and figures that make up this planet. Which is exactly what this World Clock from Poodwaddle does. Enjoy. Musings global community people world clock
    [Blog] Top Five Things to Learn from the Greggs vs Google Twitter Debacle
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Mark Potter. Greggs is the UK’s largest bakery chain, famed for its sausage rolls and steak bakes. They have always enjoyed a strong social media presence, winning a Digital Impact Award in 2013 for a ‘Sandwich Maker’ Facebook app. As a relatively low-budget food chain, they are a popular target for online abuse. The gaffe spread like wildfire across the internet, and the Greggs Twitter account was rapidly inundated with tweets. However, the social media team kept their cool, and handled the crisis with aplomb.
    [Blog] How to Recover from Penguin 2.0 Penalty
    Spammy blog-roll links. Is your traffic and SERP’s ranking plummeting tremendously?  Do you see a major drop compared with a day or two before? If this scenario sounds much closer to home then you are definitely hit by the Penguin 2.0 from Google. How Does Penalization Occur? Not-so-long-ago, a number of SEO companies used to employ link networks and inferior link building tactics. A lot of companies found themselves benefitting from the setting up of links deliberately designed to manipulate page and site rankings. What to do When Struck by Penguin. Conduct Backlink Profile Analysis.
    [Blog] Where Influence Measurement Tools are Stymied
    For example, you may subscribe to a mothering blog because a friend writes it, but haven’t put anything in your profile that you are a mother because you don’t want that included in your professional persona. But just because you engage with people on Twitter who blog about motherhood, you are put into this community by default. This post was written and published on Huffington Post. Measurement platforms that say they measure influence are misleading their users. Influence is the power to sway and the ability to change behavior. So What DO They Measure?
    [Blog] Secrets to Making Money Online
    I recently had a conversation with a friend who has just started out with making money from blogging. Of course I struggled to answer at first—there’s simply not a simple equation on how to blog that will guarantee results—however, I did put together some thoughts for him that he found helpful. Secrets to Making Money Online Transcription. I had a conversation earlier today with a new friend who’s just started to blog. In the early days of my own blogging and making money online, I diversified by having a real job as well. Post from: ProBlogger Blog Tips.
    [Blog] Setting Up a Social Media Management Center
    Content. I’d start with a blog as my home base, even if the corporation has an official website. need a place to create useful content that would be helpful to my buying audience. I’d build a WordPress blog and use a premium Theme to pretty it up. currently use Genesis (affiliate link) as the base of most of my sites. I’d build blog posts based partly on what I got out of listening and partly out of what my buyers need to know about. I’d add video as soon as possible, shooting with something simple like a Flip Mino HD or my beloved Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
    [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!
    [Blog] Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, Apr 26 – May 2, 2015
    Why Blogging Works: 10 Reasons Blogs Make Good Content. Week in Review  April 26 – May 2, 2015: Posts and Podcasts from  ConverStations , Armchair Articulations , and LIFT resources shared on Twitter ( @mikesansone ): This Week on ConverStations. Dare to Be Different: Because You Are. Theme Your Content. Linger Longer – A Thoughtography Project. Content Marketing Strategies for Year-Round Seasonal Sales. Thinking – LIFT Clips 05/02/15. LIFT Resources Shared on Twitter This Week. LEARN: How to Promote Your Local Business Online: 40 Expert Tips.
    [Blog] Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, Apr 19 – 25, 2015
    How to Make Amazing Title Images for Your Blog. Hack Your Efficiency with an Agile Blog Planning Process. Week in Review  April 19 – 25, 2015: Posts and Podcasts from  ConverStations , Armchair Articulations , and LIFT resources shared on Twitter ( @mikesansone ): This Week on ConverStations. Getting Mobile-Friendly, Quick. How Do Cooks Overcome Cooking Block? Shortcuts: Getting Results Without Effort. Goals: As Far As You Can See. Doing Things Better, Simpler, Today in LIFT Clips. Create Better Presentations – LIFT Infographic. Creating an Online Course?
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