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    [Blog] 5 Content Marketing Resolutions (That You Might Actually Keep)
    He recently talked about the 5 things he’s learned from his blog fails of 2011. T he resolution bandwagon is full of false hope and empty promises at the beginning of every year. You’ve got the classic “I will lose X number of pounds before bathing suit season” and “I will save more money this year (and stop buying so many video games.)” Sure, those resolutions are good hearted but many fall to pieces well before the Super Bowl. So with so many failed attempts, why do we still bother? Because we hope one year they might magically stick. So how good are we at measuring our results?
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2010
    [Blog] Building The Kingdom: Generalists and Specialists
    This thought comes from Scott Gould 's thinking blog for thinking people. We’ve been discussing the mini-series of “Building the Kingdom&# , which has been a very insightful time for us to hear from one another on what it takes to build something that is strong, influential and significant. Notice I don’t say successful, which has personal and financial nuances, but rather I say significant, which instead speaks of legacy and making a difference to others. Leadership Dilemma. kept attracting people to myself who weren’t team builders themselves. Specialists.
    [Blog] Three Things We Need To Give
    This thought comes from Scott Gould 's thinking blog for thinking people. Thinking on from our discussion last week on The Fight Our Youth Face , I wanted to share the three things that I believe we need to give to the young people around us. Working with interns everyday, these have been the basis of what I’ve been doing for 7 years. 1. Exposure. It’s vital that people know there is a world far larger than the one that they live in. ’ Unless we expose people to more – they’ll never know what options they really have. Insight. Giving. This creates focus.
  • FEVER BEE  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2015
    [Blog] Celebration Days
    At best you get a few blog posts, a few congratulations, and then the day has passed.  It might be 17,000 tweets, 50 blog posts, or anything that has an impact that extents beyond the community.  Many online communities try to celebrate important days.    It might be international women's day, MLK day, veterans day or their own birthday. But online celebrations are a disappointing experience.    Most members aren't together at the same time. They find it hard to be  in the spirit  of the day. Try to meet in person if you can.
    [Blog] Your brand is social whether you like it or not!
    Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 282 - How to manage your energy through thoughts | Main | 3 Ways to Tap into Peoples Emotions » Your brand is social whether you like it or not! The web has many conversations about brands each day. least I know how the brand is perceived. Engaging Brand Podcast
    [Blog] Quora: the Quality Solution to Blogger’s Block
    Have you been using Quora as a tool to power your blogging efforts? For example, a blogger might ask a question like, What’s the best WordPress tool that optimizes SEO for a blog post? Well, most blogs have at least one of these three aims (some blogs hit all three effortlessly): to educate. The majority of blogs aim to hit the first point: they seek to educate readers. But now, let’s see how you can use Quora to get content ideas for your blog. Let’s say my niche blog covers freshwater fishing. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger.
    [Blog] PR 3.0 - Regaining Credibility
    Now, there is a whole new slew of "PR is Dying" blog posts running around, from Dennis Howlett's "PR is So Over," to Andrew Smith's justification of that sentiment.   And there is a whole other blog post (or 10) that can be written about the vacuum of good story and good messages in pitches these days.   That same PR firm blogged recently how important the writing test is.    And there is a whole other blog post (or 10) that can be written about the vacuum of good story and good messages in pitches these days.
    [Blog] 7 Things You Need to Know From My Content Amplification Test
    This isn’t necessarily a surprise, as if you’re reading CNN you might be interested in a particular blog post here on Convince & Convert, but you may not be fully enraptured by all things social media and content marketing, as are our typical readers. I’ve said before that we tend to overrate traffic and underrate behavior in our assessment of online success, and this low engagement rate (your results may vary, of course) is the one element of this program that could conceivably prevent me from keeping it rolling forever. 5. It’s Incredibly Easy.
    [Blog] 9 Practical Ways to Implement Agile Content Marketing
    Even more importantly, the Agile methodology is inherently results-driven – if your latest idea falls flat, working within this framework will allow you to respond more quickly to your blog marketi ng metrics. Often, your blog headlines, opening paragraphs, and calls-to-action will have the largest affect on the success of your content. To learn more about how you can accomplish more with less energy, check out Top Writing Tips to Infuse Your Blog With Stickiness. 4.     Deliver Often. What do business bloggers have in common with software developers?
    [Blog] MeasurePR, the Don Bartholomew Edition Round II
    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. We continued our conversation on social media and ROI. Many new people joined (yay!), and Don, in true self-effacing-yet-no-BS style, continued to offer up nuggets on this oh-so-hot topic in PR, such as On not letting the tool wag the measurement dog : And O. M. G. Tuesday, September 28, 12-1 pm ET.
    [Blog] Content Rules (and boy does it!)
    This isn't a new topic for this blog -- and if you're a regular reader, you know how vital I believe this is to marketing success today and down the road.   You will need to be a content creator and curator…or else you won't survive some of the new shifts in how people gather information, make buy decisions and build brand loyalty.    We can't rely on others (mass media, press releases, other "official" sources) or hype to tell our story anymore. Chapman (founder of DigitalDads).  Probably not. give you the tools to take action. Books
    [Blog] My Innovation Confession
    Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Ever Wondered About… Klout Are you practicing what you preach? » My Innovation Confession I presented this morning to about 50 business directors at who are members of London’s Partnership.  Usually, I’d be talking about social media or engagement at this kind of thing, but today’s topic was business innovation. Out of the comfort zone I went. But it felt good.  To me, It’s a simple enough concept: Doing something differently, to effect positive change.
    [Blog] Brand series: Gap is bigger than a logo « Wisdom London
    Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Brand series: What is a brand? Brand Series: Drew Creative on brand » Brand series: Gap is bigger than a logo By Kate Spiers Wow. Gap launched a new visual identity this week and there is uproar. But more than that, some quite stinging mockery. Since we’re running our brand series this month, I thought it was worth a closer look. Well, in essence, it’s taken the old blue square, shifted it and used a new font. That’s OK. Probably.
    [Blog] On Attracting v. Closing Business
    That being said, I am currently working to apply my skills to my own endeavors (re: web site, blog, Twitter, etc…) and wanted to get insight into how you gained your first few clients and maintain your success.&#. For now, I’m not going to focus on the first two points above, or how I gained my first few clients ( maybe that should be another blog post? Yesterday I received an interesting email. I say “interesting&# because it resulted in my writing this post… and maybe some more will come of it. To that end, he wants to pick my brain. Attracting v.
    [Blog] A Single Gold Nugget is Worth It
    If you could skim through a book or a blog and find one gold nugget, it could be a treasure worth the time it took to find. Recently, I was listening to a replay of a webinar while doing a few other simple tasks. played it for two reasons: I had missed the live call; I was hoping to get at least one gold nugget of an idea. ended up taking two pages of  scribbled notes. As I reviewed my notes a short time later, there were two items that stood out. Both items had more to do with style rather than content. One note said, “Slow & Steady Pace.” Posts.” Brain Stew
    [Blog] ScienceSampler: Organizing PDF papers in your computer using iTunes
    Then I write up the ones I want to remember on my blog. I can use multiple categories for each article on the blog. Searching the blog then becomes just like iTunes, and I can do a local search on my computer to find the actual PDF if needed. ScienceSampler. We read them so you dont have to!!! Comments on recent works in Cell Biology, from the cytoskeleton to the cell membranes. And we also read yeast papers. 4.22.2007. Organizing PDF papers in your computer using iTunes. This post is a little different from all the previous posts. My other issue was to find papers. AND â??Copy
    [Blog] Top 5 Search Engine Optimization Audit Quick Tips
    In this blog post, I’m going to give you several tips that can help you during an SEO Audit. You probably are like me and tend to watch the amount of visitors and web traffic to your website every day. If you have every noticed a sudden loss of website traffic or if the traffic has gone down considerably then it’s time to start thinking about a search engine optimization audit. The first step in your Search Engine Optimization Plan should include an SEO Audit. Here are the top 5 SEO Audit Quick Tips: 1. When Google sees these errors, your website gets penalized. Digg this!
  • SOSHABLE  |  SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2013
    [Blog] Are You “The Guy?”
    It’s where social media and blogging come into play. If your blog posts sound like an encyclopedia entry, chances are you’re doing it wrong. Nothing’s worse than commenting on a blog or reaching out and making yourself vulnerable—only to hear crickets. If you’ve ever watched the television show “How I Met Your Mother,” the character Barney has “a guy” for everything. In NYC, he’s hyper-connected. You don’t have to live in the middle of the largest city in the U.S. to be that connected anymore. With the Internet, anything’s possible. What does that mean for you?
    [Blog] Lawyers & Law Firms, Are You Paying Attention To Your Brand?
    In today’s AMA [American Marketing Association], AMA Today enewsletter, there was a snapshot of a blog post titled, Your Brand Needs Energy. I’m not a member, so I wasn’t allowed to read the rest of the article, but I didn’t need to because the opening paragraph is what caused me to write this post. A Guernsey Cow (Photo credit: Wikipedia). SUSPEND YOUR SKEPTICISM. Put your skepticism on the shelf for just a few minutes, okay? know some of you think you don’t need a brand. You might be thinking: Brands are just for cows. ” MY DEFINITION OF BRANDING.
    [Blog] Ambition Flowchart
    Replace the word “blogging&# with most pursuits.
    [Blog] Branded Content: Tales From the Dark Side | Spin Sucks
    Now, four years after my last newspaper job, I’m working at a digital marketing agency, where I find myself managing the company’s blog and thinking about audience and content and how they relate to marketing and growing a business. But I honestly believe I’m helping to bring more to people’s lives here, as part of a branded blog, than I ever did as a “legitimate” journalist. I’m proud to say I am indeed running a publication and a community …from the dark side. The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Blog Roll Book Rec.
    [Blog] When Exploring New Ideas in Social Media, Remember to Stay on Target
    This will be the first blog post that I apply it to which is ironic because it’s an opportunity for me to practice what I preach. There are few things that can stop productivity like distractions, particularly if they’re fun or exciting. Those who use social media for business are well-aware that shiny new play toys bounce in front of us almost every day. As Gold Five in Star Wars said before being taken out by Darth Vader , we have to remember to “stay on target” or we’ll get stuck in some strange land with no hope of escape. They had gotten sucked in.
    [Blog] Is it okay to leverage 9/11 for social engagement?
    I just spent the last 30 minutes reading blog posts, tweets and blog posts about tweets posted by various companies and brands today, in honor of the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Some are no longer live, and there have even been a few apologies posted for distasteful images or messages that some found offensive, like this one from AT&T. Kristen Korosec has a pretty comprehensive post over on Smartplanet , that you really should take a few minutes to read. Warning: You may find yourself a bit appalled. But back to the topic at hand. TODAY ONLY!
    [Blog] Social Media Strategy Daily News
    Recent research from Nielsen shows that more online users are spending their time on social media networks and blogs than on any other online channel — 25 percent of collective time spent online. Niche Social Sites are Shaping Online Communication. Are the 18 – 26 year olds over Facebook?  It seems so -  general sites about anything and everything are now fading into the background simply because everyone has them. Keep uyou eyes on the super-exclusive social networking sites, in addition to niche sites based on certain industries, interests, or common topics.
    [Blog] Madison Avenue Strikes Back
    Now when you look at Technorati’s Top 100 blogs, major media blogs, blog mastheads that have been acquired by media conglomerates, or properties under the flag of new media conglomerates like Gawker dominate the list. When an industry is operating in a hype bubble, it creates statements like this one : “Silicon Valley Will Be the Next Madison Avenue.&# While claiming that Facebook social ads are the coolest property out there, one forgets who buys the ads. Meanwhile, Madison Avenue is adapting and thriving. Tools don’t replace marketing or communications.
    [Blog] Is Twitter Massively Overrated?
    asked my friend Tom Webster , author of the study (and also proprietor of the outstanding BrandSavant blog that I strongly recommend you read) about this Facebook vs. Twitter audience issue, and whether it means Twitter is overrated. I was thunderstruck by new social media usage data released by Edison Research and Arbitron. In this thorough study of the media habits of Americans ages 12 and up (conducted annually since 1998), the survey authors have put a statistical fine point on something I’ve been pondering for a while : Is Twitter Massively Overrated? That’s remarkable.
    [Blog] The Golden Age of Content Curation • About The Golden Age of Content Curation July 13th, 2010 by Charles Smith This is the first in a series of blog posts that will explain how content curators can use to power and simplify their curation efforts. Our computers, iPads and mobile devices are constantly flooded with a fire hose stream of tweets, status updates, blog posts, videos, photos, music and more. blog | The Golden Age of Content Curation — [.] blog [.] blog | Content Curation Tip: + Google Reader Shared Items [.] link] Tweets that mention
    [Blog] 5 Keys to Managing Your Business Online Reputation
    This can include a regular blog, posting press releases with newsworthy events mentioned, uploading video of your services and products in action, writing and publishing articles about your expertise or participating in social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Google+. We used to say that one happy customer will tell 10 of their friends; one unhappy customer will tell 100.  Caroline’s tips for managing your businesses reputation online: 1. Provide outstanding customer service. Offer your clients and customers an easy way to give you feedback – good and bad.
    [Blog] My First Birchbox Beauty Box
    I found out about the Birchbox Beauty Boxes from Really Ree (I love her blogs!) and I thought I’d give them a go. I got my Birchbox Beauty Box today, I’ve been really looking forward to getting it and thought I’d share with you all. What’s in my beauty box: Laura Geller Inkwell Waterproof Gel Liner. Molton Brown Valbonne Fragrance. RMK Cleansing Balm. La Sultane De Saba Body Lotion with Argan Oil. Yu-Be Moistursing Skin Cream. Sanctuary 30 Day Thermal Transformation Mask. Lindt Heart Tin with Chocolate Truffles. Looking forward to my next beauty box.
    [Blog] Making some real world changes…
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious?
    [Blog] Focus Strategically On the New Social Tools | Spin Sucks
    They also have one of the cutest blogs out there! 17, 2010 #FollowFriday: The Bike Whisperer A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable Blog: Share Your Link Love Spinonomics Attire Not Appropriate for Public Speaking Arment Dietrich Is No Longer a PR Firm? The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Blog Roll Book Rec. Erik Hare asks, “How do you get clients to focus strategically on the new social tools and not just on ‘I hear a lot about this Twitter thingy.’? ’? My answer follows in the video. Thanks!
    [Blog] MeatLiquor Leeds: Burgers & Cocktails
    There didn’t seem to be any copies of the actual menu for it’s proper opening…it would be good to see what they will be serving up (*update: I found the menu online ). I’m keen to see what different types of burgers they will be serving, we’re big fans of Byron (also just opened in Leeds… blog post coming soon), so they are going to be hard to beat in my eyes. Fellow bloggers Faith from Music & Eyeliner and Kellie from Big Fashionista were also at the party, you can check out Kellie’s blog post here. MeatLiquor Leeds: The Food.
    [Blog] @YourService a [Video] Review
    This included talking to friends, reading blogs and reading white papers. When I started working on a plan for adding a group to work on social support, I did a lot of research. also asked Wiley if they could send me a review copy of Frank Eliason’s  @Your Service. . You see, despite my years of a love-hate relationship with Comcast, Frank and his team’s work left me respecting the company. figured a book written by the team’s lead could hold some useful nuggets. I was shocked to find out how many it did offer, so Heather – thank you very much.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2011
    [Blog] Invisible Boundaries: Expats and Social Media
    His blog is the Expat Life Coach. John Falchetto , the serial entrepreneur, has worked on three continents helping other expatriate entrepreneurs to start-up, grow, and succeed in challenging environments all around the world. Having lived in repressive regimes in the Middle East for more than a decade, I am a big fan of freedom of speech. first discovered Spin Sucks when Gini Dietrich wrote Why Brogan’s Bigger Ear marketing is wrong , and loved the way she treated Martyn Chamberlin , her critic. Rules regarding how to deal with others, online or off, are essential. The bubble.
    [Blog] Amazing opportunities: I’m Speaking at the Congressional Black Caucus Conference & Web 2.0 NY – Thank You
    Last year I hinted around in a few blog post that I was done speaking at tech conferences for a few reasons. One being my first child was being born in January. Two, felling a little burnt out having speaking over 60 times in the last 4 years. Three, I wanted to focus more on doing what I love pre-twitter (2006) and before the web went social media crazy and that was entrepreneurship and launching my own startup. Four, being a little tired of the lack of diversity in web/tech/social, etc. Currently I’m planning a few projects and also working on my next trick. Yep, social media.
    [Blog] The Simplest Way to Write a Unique First Draft
    Do you have 45 minutes to work on your blog? If so, I can show you how to write the first draft of your next blog post. This blog post originated from five unrelated words on five separate lines, double-spaced, in a Microsoft Word document. Once you answer this question, write every sentence of your blog post for that person. Your headline doesn’t just grab a reader’s attention; it helps you summarize your blog post. 3. Share details that support your blog post’s headline. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. First drafts are messy.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010
    [Blog] A Visit from Gini Dietrich's Mom
    Crowdsourcing the FADS Blog Content Lessons I’m Learning In My Journey to the Top Have something to add? 17, 2010 #FollowFriday: The Bike Whisperer A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable Blog: Share Your Link Love Spinonomics Attire Not Appropriate for Public Speaking Arment Dietrich Is No Longer a PR Firm? The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Blog Roll Book Rec. Subscribe to Spin Sucks If you like this post, why not share it! Competitive Leader: Does It Mean You’re Not a Team Player? Leave a comment! Really!
    [Blog] How to Use Google in the Most Unusual Way to Make Your Self-Editing Faster, and Better
    To be perfectly honest with you, I use this trick all the time. I’ve truly made Google my lightning-fast blog editor, and I encourage you to do the same. … Karol K. ( @carlosinho ) is a freelance writer, published author, founder of and a blogger at ( delivering some cool freelance blogging and writing tools, advice and resources just like what youíre reading now). Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Karol K. You can read the first and second post in this mini series here and here. Step #2.
    [Blog] 9 Surprising New Facts About Social Media in America
    My friend and the architect of the study, Tom Webster , was kind enough to give me a preview of the report (I also very much recommend Tom’s blog BrandSavant ), and here are my personal highlights – the pages that made me say “hmmmm&#. Social media is growing up fast. No longer a niche plaything of the digerati, social media is firmly entrenched as a societal game changer of historical importance. For many, social media and social networking are so ubiquitous and pervasive that we presume we have it figured out, that we have a finger firmly on the pulse.
  • ENGAGE  |  MONDAY, MAY 7, 2012
    [Blog] How Social Media Favors the Underdog
    It started with Wendy’s Sunday blog post, after the discovery of Topshop’s eerily similar rings. Not You’ve seen this before: a prominent clothing store knocks off an independent designer’s creation, and the community around that designer cries foul. That’s precisely what happened with jewelry designer Wendy Brandes, who found her popular “Swear Rings” the target of a cheap knock-off. This one hit a little closer to home since I’ve become acquainted with the designer; so it was really quite an experience to see the power of social media take control of the situation. Buy original. rings!
    [Blog] Samsung creates Olympic Genome
    Anyone who reads this blog with any kind of regularity knows that there are two things that I am very passionate about – sports and social media. This post contains video; click here if you are having trouble viewing. So needless to say, when I see an initiative that mixes the two, I get geeked out. At this year’s South by Southwest conference, Samsung caused one of these moments for me with their US Olympic Genome Project. This initiative runs via Facebook’s Connect technology which maps users with Olympians with similar interests.
    [Blog] Google Buzz proves problems with single online identities
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? blog comments powered by Disqus Blog Partners
    [Blog] Businesses use social media for the common good
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? blog comments powered by Disqus Blog Partners
    [Blog] A couple of weeks of catching up…
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? But I have some more cunning plans….
    [Blog] Day 3: People of color impacting the social web – Mike Williams #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 3 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Mike Williams Twitter: @imikewilliams @triangledotcom Website/Blog: [link] Mike Williams is the Managing Editor of, a local entertainment and things-to-do website in the Triangle owned by The News & Observer. As we all know, February is Black History Month. Last year for Black History Month, I started an online series called 28 Days Diversity where I would feature someone new everyday during the month of February for just being awesome in their own right.
    [Blog] The Creative Rankings: Track Asia-Pacific's Most Creative Brands.
    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 « Asian Economies in The Economist Intelligence Unit 2010 Digital Economy Rankings Why the Japanese Prefer Visual Thinking » The Creative Rankings: Track Asia-Pacific’s Most Creative Brands, Agencies and Talent Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2.
    [Blog] How to Design Social Games That Are Easy to Learn (Accessible) But.
    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 « I Am Really Excited About My New Asia Regional Role With MS&LGroup 18 Social Media Use Cases: Conversation, Campaign and Community » How to Design Social Games That Are Easy to Learn (Accessible) But Difficult to Master (Challenging)? Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! What do you think? Lets talk.
    [Blog] Automated Facebook Posts should be a Supplement, not a Strategy
    In the other situation, a dealer had written an excellent blog post about Ford SYNC. Let’s assume that the alternative is to use a static feed, perhaps from your business’ blog. Today I had a potential client walk me through this amazing system they had developed to post to Facebook and Twitter. They had various programs pulling from feeds, posting at different times, with manually-scheduled posts integrated into the feed ring to allow for pictures and video posts. It was an impressive system. The only problem is that it was worthless. Test it. Feeds are Dangerous.
    [Blog] Learn why we unthink
    You can also enjoy Harry’s foray into blogging at Psychology Today. When I finished reading the galley for Harry Beckwith’s latest book, Unthinking , I shot him an e-mail that said: “Unthinking is a fantastic read. Your other books gave readers the what and sometimes the how — this book provides the why.  It’s a perfect companion to your earlier works. What I love most about it is that you follow your own advice — you delight and surprise readers from beginning to end. Storytelling at it’s best!&#. Amazon affiliate link).
  • SOSHABLE  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 2013
    [Blog] The Newest Spam in 2013
    Original post cant be found on Wikimotive’s blog. Is there anything better than a nice breakfast of crispy hot spam? Oh…what’s that you say? Pretty much anything? Well, guess what buttercup…Google feels the same way, but people keep trying to serve up spam all the same. One technique is hammered and gets you penalized, and the army of  spammers (the ones who give SEO a bad name to begin with) just move on like locusts, looking for the next technique to earn them a few bucks before Google catches on, leaving a landscape of destroyed sites in their wake.
    [Blog] Social Media Events: New School or Old School?
    Home About What We Do PayPal Speaker Contact Subscribe Press / PR Bare Feet Network Internet Literacy for Business: Blogging, Podcasting, Online Video & Social Media Howto, Consulting, Training & Public Speaking Home > Activism , Aloha , Gossip 2.0 > Social Media Events: New School or Old School? link] Social-Media.alltop This comment was originally posted on Twitter roxannedarling October 28, 2009 at 10:26 am Bare Feet Blog Social Media Events: New School or Old School?: Social Media Events: New School or Old School? He he. Experiences are powerful. Not so cool. Hawai?i
    [Blog] Open chance to talk at TED
    There’s more details on the TED blog , but basically you upload a one minute video to Youtube or Vimeo, and then enter via an online form. This is rather cool. If you’ve never sampled the TED talks, I’d recommend having a look, as they definitely live up to the motto of ‘Ideas worth sharing’ on a huge range of topics, including creativity and marketing. And now there’s the chance for anyone to audition their own idea for a TED talk by April 25th. Crowdsourcing audition open ted talks vimeo youtube
    [Blog] Moms Still Rule Pinterest but it’s Growing for Dads as Well
    The post Moms Still Rule Pinterest but it’s Growing for Dads as Well appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. Everyone seems to love Pinterest. By everyone, I’m not talking about every person. It’s the brands, the marketing companies, and the entertainment people that find Pinterest so appealing. As far as people, women still dominate the site but men are finding their place on the picture-sharing social network as well. In this infographic from ShareThis , we look at the various components of Pinterest that are continuously growing. Click to enlarge.
    [Blog] You Need to Be (Better Than) a Jerk
    You’ve heard that being a jerk is the key to effectively drawing people to interact with your blog. You write a blog about social media? Or for your photography blog? They’ll visit your blog, but will they come back again and again? Do girls (and blog readers) only fall for jerks? Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Joe Bunting of The Write Practice. You’ve been told that controversy sells. You’ve heard you need to use hyperbole in your headlines. method to write more meaningful content. Use satire.
    [Blog] How to find the featured apps from Apple’s iPad commercials
    This is because of a few blog post about Twitter iPad apps and Apple’s latest iPad commerical that shows all of the native apps beside the Twitter web app. As I look at my analytics to I’ve noticed an increase of people searching for iPad apps they see in the commercials. The six primary iPad commercial search terms I’m receiving traffic for are: ipad commercial apps. ipad apps in commercial. ipad apps from commercial. apps in ipad commercial. apps on the ipad commercial. new iPad commercial apps.
    [Blog] Instagram Gets a Web Presence
    Original post about Instagram marketing can be found on Wikimotive’s blog titled, “ Instagram Goes Big! Instagram has, by design, limited its market share from the very beginning. First it was simply for apple products like the iPhone and iTouch, and then it grew to include the Android market as well (sorry Windows phone users). The main thing that separated Instagram from other social networks was that it was never available on physical computers before, at least not without the use of third party tools. What does this mean for marketing with Instagram?
    [Blog] Big Data and the New Marketing Paradigm
    For some really cool examples of data visualization and how it can help to understand vast resources od data check out this blog on webdesignerdepot. In the age of online shopping, marketing automation, point-of-sale computing and other instant customer feedback, Big Data has become the recent buzz word, touted as the be-all and end-all answer to the marketer’s prayers -but what is Big Data really? First let’s define Big Data. Many people have simplified big data to mean large databases of millions and millions of records, but this is not strictly true. link].
    [Blog] Three Secrets to Becoming an “Overnight Success”
    Join Nate Riggs and the Spin Sucks Pro team on Thursday, July 14, 11 am CDT for a webinar on Blog Style Guidelines: Mastering the Lists. One of my best friends is the manager for the Obesity Prevention Program for the State of Alaska. She has uncovered the secret to losing weight and has a FABULOUS idea for a book on the subject. It’s called, Eat Less, Exercise More. The end. know, it’s a radical idea, and we laugh so hard every time we talk about it. And how huge this book could be in sales, if there were anything more to add, other than the title, but there isn’t. Neither is true.
    [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.
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2011
    [Blog] 19 Boring But Effective Email Deliverability Best Practices
    image: tim morgan ] Related articles Spam as a Business ( 28 Email Deliverability Tips To Help Get Your Email Into In Boxes ( When Your Reputation Is On The Line | Ubiquity Blog ( Social Media Prism: (Don’t) Spam A Lot (Or At All) ( If you liked this, try: Video: 7 Deadly Sins of Email Marketing Getting Tested: What to Test in Email Marketing Relativity and the Best Time to Send Email. W ith email messaging, you’re essentially pleasing two audiences: your human subscribers and sensitive spam filters.
    [Blog] You are Judged By Your @ Replies
    So I thought I’d highlight some of the things I look for when I decide who to follow… Bio – Even though Bios are short, it’s a great way to put your best foot forward and let people know what you like to talk about, link to your blog or website, and put a bit of your personality into play. If I found a tweet or a blog post of yours interesting – a fun bio that lets me know what I’m in for will more often than not result in a follow or click-through to your website. You are Judged By Your @ Replies 28 I judge you by you by your @ Replies… I do. Be authentic.
    [Blog] Entering the Golden Age of Advertising
    Home It’s Josip Archives Let’s Talk The Word on the Web Entering the Golden Age of Advertising Written on May 13, 2010 by Josip Petrusa 0 Comments Tweet Share Save This last week has been anything sort of amazing for advertisers. In a series of articles on  Nielsen Wire ,  Mashable ,  eMarketer and  Retailer Daily , every one points to a very positive future for advertising. And it really shouldn’t be a shocker that mobile advertising is leading the way. What is shocking though, contrary to popular belief, is that TV advertising is reaching 85% of viewers daily. Unported License.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2011
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: Introverts, AVEs, and Coaching for Women
    This Harvard Business Review blog post talks about how to spy your introverted colleagues and how to compassionately work with them, especially if you’re an extrovert. 4. Chuck Hemann blogged that AVEs are a scourge on public relations and Shonali Burke responded with rubbish is as rubbish does. It’s another blood boiling week for the PR industry. realize Spin Sucks got it’s name because, well, spin sucks. But sometimes it’s exhausting having to communicate over and over and over and over and over again that publicity is not PR. wish that were the case.
    [Blog] Report recommending 'Google Tax' seems rather confused
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? blog comments powered by Disqus Blog Partners
    [Blog] Day 26: People of color impacting the social web – Pam Perry #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 26 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Pam Perry Twitter: @pamperry Website/Blog: Bio Pam Perry is a PR Coach and Social Media Strategist delivering online branding and marketing solutions for best-selling authors, nonprofits and entrepreneurs. Pam Perry is also a local Detroit Emmy-award winning TV producer, a columnist with Gospel Today magazine and blogs for, on banding, marketing and public relations 2.0 As we all know, February is Black History Month. Run, Demond Wilson and Yolanda Adams. tactics.
  • STAY N' ALIVE  |  MONDAY, MAY 2, 2011
    [Blog] Torbit Allows Anybody to Speed Up Their Website in Minutes
    For those unaware, I recently switched this blog from a self-hosted Wordpress instance to The reason: Blogger's 100% uptime reputation and near instantaneous response. More on that in another post. That's why I was also very excited when my friend Josh Fraser, founder of Eventvue , came to me with his next new project asking if I'd try it. It is called Torbit , and its purpose is to make your site faster. Matt Cutts himself has said that site speed is a factor of site ranking. That can mean serious money and loss in sales if not taken under control. seconds to load.
    [Blog] Stopping, planting, and throwing downfield to create an opening
    If you’ve been watching Seth Godin’s blog, you’ll see him saying over and over, “Just ship it!&# ). If you've been watching Seth Godin's blog, you'll see him saying over and over, "Just ship it!") How can you do something unexpected this week to create an opening in your market? Fall is a wonderful time of year: it’s the season for NCAA college football. The game not only entertains, it also instructs. Yes, one can draw analogies from the sport to create “plays&# to build one’s business. Be willing to leverage secondary strengths.
    [Blog] HARO: A big-time community-building success story
    The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.Feel free to challenge me, disagree with me, or tell me I’m completely nuts in the comments section of each blog entry. StatCounter Blog Stats 66,103 hits Recent Readers View Entire Community Provided by MyBlogLog Pages About Angela Book Reviews Who is @Communitygirl? Blog at Don’t ask me, ask Peter Shankman. The man builds community every time he sends an email. Now how many people can lay claim to that? wish I could, but I can’t…and community building is my thing!
    [Blog] Pfizer will recruit patients through online community « Online.
    The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.Feel free to challenge me, disagree with me, or tell me I’m completely nuts in the comments section of each blog entry. StatCounter Blog Stats 66,103 hits Recent Readers View Entire Community Provided by MyBlogLog Pages About Angela Book Reviews Who is @Communitygirl? Blog at It is always nice to read about companies developing online communities because for me, it validates the power they possess and the importance I just mentioned. Apparently, Pfizer agrees. Kudos to Pfizer.
    [Blog] Crowdsourcing: Intersection of Madison Ave and The 5th Model (Part 2)
    critical tool to help guide the crowd’s creative development is the creative brief.  In a recent blog, “ Innovation Gone Wild on Madison Avenue ”, Blue Focus Marketing co-founder Cheryl Burgess ( @ckburgess ) said: “the creative brief is the engine that drives development of the creative product. Please note: This is a re-post of an original MENG Blend Blog post.]. Feel free to comment on my blog and/or tweet out your response to @mnburgess @BlueFocus360 ). The 5th Model   -   An “Open Call” for Greater Efficiency. Billable Hours. Flat Rate/Fixed Retainer. final thought ….as
    [Blog] How to Build an Efficient Social Media Workflow to Increase your Traffic
    always tell people to choose the sites that work for your blog and your audience, and to focus on doing them well. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Recently I shared a video on my Facebook page about how I structure social media updates each week. have been asked frequently about how much content to share, what times to share, and what I do personally for each of my sites. take a pretty proactive approach on the Digital Photography School Facebook and Twitter feeds, ensuring there’s a broad range of new and old content across timeslots that work for our audience.
    [Blog] Guest post: Social media branding – How to not whore out your brand
    Links: [link] Partners) [link] (Portfolio/personal Blog). The following is a guest post by Jeandre Gerber. Scroll down the post for the author’s bio. Sometimes I think of Social Media as the High School of the Internet. Nobody really knows what’s going on and your reputation/social perception is what defines your popularity. I’ve seen some seriously big brands in my day make some serious rookie mistakes when it comes to Social Media Branding. The biggest mistake by far that I have seen comes over as a desperate attempt to obtain likes and shares, plusses, retweets and the works. 
  • ENGAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011
    [Blog] Battle of the Brands: How Nothing Sells Itself
    Read the blogs they are reading. F rom the CEO running a global corporation to the preteen hustling for loose change with a lemonade stand, anyone who has spent more than 10 minutes in the business world knows one thing for sure:  nothing sells itself. It takes hustle. It takes guts. And it takes  persistence. But as competition for shelf space in the minds of the consumer intensifies, the line between a “winner” and “loser” brand becomes clearer. And it’s drawn with the blood, sweat, and tears the winning brands are willing to sacrifice in order to get there. But the rules have changed.
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011
    [Blog] 7 Steps to Dealing with Information Overload
    There are too many links to click, blogs to subscribe to, Tweets to Retweet, books to read, and oh yeah, work to do. B e honest: How many tabs do you have open in your browser right now? And And how many times will you stop to check your email, IMs or Twitter while reading this post? So how do we do it all? How do we keep up? We don’t. We We can’t. We We won’t. So what should we do? Focus. Easier said than done, of course. How do we know what to focus on? And some of it was very good. Their advice? 1. Be picky. Go ahead, be a snob. Which is why he’s redrawing.
    [Blog] 4 Quotes That Show Facebook’s New Touchy-Feely Intentions
    According to research compiled by data-driven social media marketing company Argyle Social (a sponsor of this blog, and the software that we use for social communication), 65-66% of 566 online retailers surveyed only post content about their own company on their Facebook pages. Most online retailers talk only about themselves on Facebook. Those days are about to end. With the release/forced march of the new Timeline format, Zuckerberg’s brigade is mandating an end to the “me” “me” “me” era of Facebook communication.
    [Blog] Easy A/B Testing with Visual Website Optimizer
    Be sure to stop by and grab a copy of my free 8,000+ word guide to guest blogging and become a fan on Facebook. I have a confession to make. For the longest time, when I read about A/B testing, I thought it would be difficult. So I didn’t do it, even though I knew that A/B testing gives you the chance to optimize your website for conversions. But then I got the opportunity to review Visual Website Optimizer and found out that it wasn’t difficult to do at all. In this post, I’m going to take you through the steps of setting up a simple A/B testing campaign. Reviews
    [Blog] Google Introduces Wireless Service Called Project Fi
    Wherever you’re connected to Wi-Fi — whether that’s at home, your favorite coffee shop or your Batcave — you can talk and text like you normally do,” wrote Nick Fox, Google’s vice president of communications products, in  a blog post. “If you leave an area of Wi-Fi coverage, your call will seamlessly transition from Wi-Fi to cell networks so your conversation doesn’t skip a beat.”. Since it’s hard to predict your data usage, you’ll get credit for the full value of your unused data,” according to the blog post. The New York Times – Now you can  Google  a phone call.
    [Blog] The 7 Hottest Online Marketing News Stories of January
    Many marketers are already taking a close look at their strategies, budgets, and key performance indicators for 2014, especially following Matt Cutt’s mega-announcement to approach guest blogging with a new sense of caution. Matt Cutts Cautions Against Spammy Guest Blogging. In some of the most-discussed online marketing news of the month, Google’s head spam fighter Matt Cutts took to his personal blog to condone low-quality guest content exchanges. To learn more about how to do guest posting correctly, we recommend An Exhaustive Guide to Exceptional Guest Blogging. 2.
  • JUSTIN LEVY  |  MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011
    [Blog] The 9 Deadly Sins of Facebook Pages and Their Administrators
    You won’t be one of their “must check” Pages just like if you’re not active on your blog or other platforms, they will quickly move on there, as well. When I speak to groups or am interviewed about Facebook, I am often asked to provide examples of companies that are “doing it right.” ” With well north of 500 million users who spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook, companies are increasingly interested in how Facebook can be leveraged as part of their marketing campaigns. It’s only natural. There is no strategy. No goals.
    [Blog] Measuring social media
    If we have ever interacted on the social web or read this blog, you know that I am passionate about is social media measurement. Many people say that it can’t be done or that only unicorn and rainbow numbers can be measured. To that I say bullshit. For this year’s South by Southwest conference , I have gathered a group of friends who are passionate about the topic including Eric Berto , Rebecca Denison and Erin Korogodsky. For us to get on the docket, we’ll need your help as the conference asks attendees to vote for panels they find interesting. How can I tie revenue to social media?
  • JUGNOO  |  TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2012
    [Blog] Looking After Business and the Real Profit Makers
    Looking After Business and the Real Profit Makers originally appeared on Jugnoo Social CRM and Social Marketing Blog - making your business social through crm under a Creative Commons license. If I asked you the most important part of your business, what would you say? Marketing? Perhaps advertising or sales? Now what if I said they’re all irrelevant? What if I said you don’t need sales to be successful? You’d probably say (fairly sarcastically),  “Why not just hand my business over to my competitors while I’m at it?”. And you’d be right – if I were serious. And again, you’d be right.
    [Blog] #measurePR: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit with Beth Kanter
    Beth also shared a great summary of tools often used by nonprofits from her blog, as well as a case study (among many!) on using data and social media for social justice outcomes (“Glenn,” in particular, cracks me up). Despite a hectic travel schedule, and recovering from the ‘flu, she graciously agreed to visit with #measurePR. And so began one of the most fun chats I’ve ever moderated (and I’ve moderated a LOT!). What is interesting about Katie and Beth is that they are classic examples of two leaders who are each stellar in their fields.
    [Blog] Bootcamp, Here I Come
    Give Waxing UnLyrical wings : yes, I think this is progressing as planned. I see more comments, traffic and greater engagement (certainly thanks in no small part to the Livefyre comment system but also to the consistency and range of content on the blog, much of which comes from killer guest bloggers, so this is not me patting myself on my back). And it made me re-evaluate the goals I’d set for myself at the start of the year , and ask myself whether or not I’d made any progress towards them. Looking back, they were: 1. And you are a large part of that, so thank you. 2.
    [Blog] PR’s Problem Is A Familiar One
    Jon Buscall has recently blogged, twice, about how web designers are a problem. Neicole blogs at  Coherent Social Media. Neicole Crepeau is a partner in  Coherent Interactive , which specializes in web, mobile, and social media design and implementation for small and midsized businesses. I’m not a PR person. That’s not my background or my training. I don’t have to be a PR person to know that the debate over PR and its definition is the same debate that other disciplines have had, with much the same resolution. PR Is More Than A Title. Take a title from my industry: “Web Designer.”
    [Blog] The Converged Media Road to Success
    In a recent Washington Post article, 10 Mistakes Companies Make in Social Media , Debbie Weil said “Organizations and companies using social media should have a hub on their primary Web site where users can find links or feeds to blogs, Flickr photo galleries and other third-party Web sites. work with your SEO colleagues and incorporate the keywords and phrases into all your PR content – news releases, blog posts, tweets. The smart phone is the next content platform.  It’s a powerful touchpoint and a highly personal channel. Have one overall  keyword strategy. 
    [Blog] NowStreaming: Rage Comics
    Stay tuned to our blog for more NowStreaming videos on everything from infographics to rage comics. In this video, NowSourcing’s Rose Wallace goes through the ins and outs of Rage Comics. The presentation centers around the spread and usage of Rage Comics, as well as how they can be applied to marketing. Because of their popularity on the online community, Rage Comics are quickly becoming a great way to gain views, subscriptions, and even customers to your site. To view all of our videos, head to the NowSourcing YouTube Channel. Rage Comics.
    [Blog] PS: Best of the Week
    Their answers are worth reading…twice.  5 Tips to Sell Your Blog: . I saw this Social Media Examiner post bounce all over the blogosphere this week. The topic is simple and grabs you by the wallet.  If you ever thought about flipping your blog then give this a close look. This Weeks Blog Posts. Ways to Use Slide Share to Get More Blog Traffic. Is Your Blog Theme Confusing Your Readers? I got fired up this week and challenged myself to publish a new post everyday. Mission accomplished.  . Sorry if I blew up your inbox, but now you know what to expect.
    [Blog] Facebook Places & Web Journal August 15th – 19th, 2010
    Moving on – there’s a new platform for website visualization I’m trying – – just put the javascript code in place – I’ll report on more of what I see – once I can generate a few visualizations of as my visitors interact with my blog. Maybe that’s why FourSquare got more new signups – guessing that is.  Some are wondering if Facebook Places will put FourSquare out of business – i think it’s too early to say  (for all I know, it might actually help them). What you do with them is.&#.
    [Blog] 4 Ways the Twitter You Know is Changing Forever
    As they write on their blog : A Twitter community is just like your workplace or your neighborhood: it’s made of real people. Twitter is on its way to becoming something entirely different. This isn’t a new phenomenon, as Twitter’s first incarnation as short form narcissism gave more than a kernel of truth to the old complaint among non-users that “they didn’t want to know what people had for lunch.” ” Once Oprah gave Twitter her imprimatur, the service crossed the chasm (6 million members before she joined in April, 2009 and 105 million a year later).
    [Blog] Pinterest Marketing Goals: How to Establish and Reach Them!
    appeared first on Devumi Blog. If you just opened your own Pinterest business account and are wondering why no one is giving you repins and follows, you’re likely stumbling blind. You need a good and cohesive plan to get results on Pinterest, and I’ll be talking about how to get from nothing to a finished set of Pinterest marketing goals here in this article.  . Establishing Pinterest marketing goals and reaching them.  . What are your Pinterest marketing goals, anyway? The first step is to make sure you have Pinterest marketing goals  that are worth your time. hiring an artist.
    [Blog] Fourth of July @ Your Own Pace
    Is it a longer format like blogs, are you a 140 character diva or perhaps your world is visual? In my adopted home town of Atlanta, Happy Fourth of July begins with people waking before dawn. Well.not so much for me or Max but for many of my friends who run, jog, walk and sometimes skip (well someone must skip!) down Main Street in Atlanta to participate in the Peachtree Road Race. For the awe inspiring 88 year old Betty Lindberg  this year marks her 24th Peachtree Road Race. Toss of a pink boa to you Betty! People find their own pace. . People find their own pace. .
    [Blog] Make the Most of Your Retweet Buttons
    Shining a Spotlight on Video News Webmaster Tools: Updates to Search queries, Parameter handling and Messages Twitter data lets NPR glimpse a future of app-loving news junkies Shared Items Disclaimer The opinions expressed on this blog are Adam Sherks own and do not necessarily reflect the views of his company or its clients. It looks great when there are a lot of retweets; when there aren’t many it can weaken user perceptions of the content. But regardless of which tool is used, the formatting of the tweet text is something that not every site is making the most of. Thanks for sharing.
    [Blog] There is Nothing to Read Here
    If you were inspired, please add a comment and sign up to receive blog posts by email. There is nothing to see. There is nothing to discover. There is nothing to become proficient in. There is nothing to be taught. There is nothing to get the hang of. There is nothing to bone up on. There is nothing to memorize. There is nothing to absorb. There is nothing to be informed about. There is nothing to find out. There is nothing to ascertain. There is nothing to understand. There is nothing to get wind of. There is nothing to get wise to. There is nothing to suss out. Thanks for reading.
    [Blog] Super Bowl Mobile Use Lessons
    Original post about Super Bowl Social Media can be found on Wikimotive’s blog titled, “ Super Bowl Lessons ” by Zach Billings. There are many lessons we can take from this Super Bowl this year. Important, crucial information like Beyonce has still got it, always pay your electricity bill before you have company over, and murderers can go on to do great things in life. Even more important though, are the lessons we can learn about  Marketing with Twitter and Facebook. Let  us here at Wikimotive share some of these with you. Let’s break down the activity real quick.
    [Blog] Introducing Vokle and Seeking Your Participation in a Live Video Event
    Return to this blog post on Friday, November 18, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Related articles you may enjoy: 16 Video Critiques on Blog Content and Layout. Vokle is a live town hall platform enabling anyone to broadcast video and audio to internet viewers, along with taking real-time video calls and text questions from the audience. Receiving seed funding earlier this year, the application can be embedded anywhere, such as below this paragraph. You won’t be asked to download any software or visit any other websites. Any questions? Thank you for reading! Media video
    [Blog] Skilled Workforce: Alternative Jobs That Don’t Need a 4-year Degree
    One such association is the PMPA that publishes a blog,,  to let young people know there are viable alternatives to a 4-year degree. According to a recent article by Andy Szal on,  even the Federal Government has identified good paying jobs that don’t require a 4-year degree. The agency expects those jobs to grow by 17 percent through 2022 and that prospects for qualified applicants “should be very good.”. Many jobs receive on-the-job training or post-secondary training.
    [Blog] Reviving the Customer Experience – One Food Truck at a Time: Part 2
    They all link back to their blogs and newsletters or even print media via Twitter; even the food writers from the Washington Post are active on Twitter. I know, I know, the anticipation was killing you. Well it’s the day you’ve all been waiting for, the second part of my interview with entrepreneur and food trucker extraordinaire, Jeff Kelley ! (If you missed part one, then drop everything you’re doing and go read Reviving the Customer Experience – One Food Truck at a Time: Part 1  first. It’s ok, we’ll wait.). Image: Courtesy of Jamie R. JK: Oh absolutely. And respond.
    [Blog] On Moving On
    Fluent in using internet technologies and tools to reach a wide audience, I began blogging in 2004, joined Facebook in 2005 and Twitter in 2008, integrated web marketing into political campaigning in 2009, and continue to learn and experiment with new media channels as they are launched. Among my internet achievements: Managed and moderated online communities on civic sustainability and public diplomacy that resulted in 5,000 people to follow and interact on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Leaves by grafixar. Am I scalable? Is this business model sustainable?
    [Blog] #TBT: Three Can’t-Miss Video Campaigns From Summer 2014
    And, for the Convince & Convert blog, that can only mean one thing – a summer social media #TBT. Although Labor Day is not the official end of summer, it does cause us to reflect on some of the season’s best memories. Inspired by some of the great video campaigns launched this summer, here are three examples to propel your social media efforts well past the warm weather season. Make sure to plug in your headphones or close the office door and turn up the sound to fully experience these.
  • SOSHABLE  |  MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011
    [Blog] Chevy Cruze Commercial: A Great Example of How-To Personalize Your Videos
    Erin Ryan is a writer for various blogs and a Social Media Specialist who has a keen understanding of the power of Social Media for business and fervently stays up-to-date with the Social Media Industry. Read more Social Media news on The Soshable Blog. Share. The Automotive Industry is not only reinventing themselves using Social Media but with their vehicles as well. Taking the sales out of the person and replacing it with service, we are witnessing an evolutionary trend unfold, that is our communication history in the making. What is your verdict?
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