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    [Blog] China Social Media: 6 Critical Sites
    China blocked Twitter and other micro-blog technology ( in 2009 when riots started in the Western region of Xinjiang. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google and others are blocked in China. Roughly 30% of China (1.3 billion) is online vs. roughly 75% in the U.S. This equals 390 million Chinese online, more than the entire U.S. population (310 million). Important Chinese Sites: Weibo: The Twitter of China. Weibo remains and is growing.  Interestingly enough, 140 characters maximum isn’t as limiting in Chinese as it is in English. Youku and Tudou: Think YouTube/Hulu marriage.
  • FIREBELLY  |  TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2010
    [Blog] Coleman Campsite: The Original Social Networking Site
    Categories Adam Small adam Yale Alyson Ahrns Analytics Ari Herzog Beth Harte Blog Blog Development Blog Indiana Blogging Branding Brochure Buzz Camper Van Beethoven CD Chris Brogan CMS Content Convergence conversations Cracker Craig Donato Dana Todd David Evans David Hoppe David Lowery Death of the Brochure Design Digital Agency Digital Dirt Duncan Alney Elf Yourself email Emanuel Rosen Facebook Firebelly Marketing French Maids G.P. Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « 5 Fun Twitter Quizzes | Main | What the F**k is Social Media NOW?
    [Blog] How Can Businesses Use Events To Bridge Online and Offline Marketing?
    It was found that they plan on increasing their use of blogging by 68%, YouTube (67%), Twitter (67%) and Facebook (64%). Living in the digital age the marketing industry now relies on social media more than ever before to create exposure for businesses. Whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or any other online platform; it is essential than any business has some kind of online presence. According to Hubspot , 92% of marketers in 2014 claimed that social media marketing was important for their business, with 80% claiming that their efforts increased traffic to their website.
    [Blog] How to Fight For More Social Media Resources In Your Company
    report that shows number of blog comments. Paradox: in an age of technology advances being gobbled like Pez, marketing and customer service are somehow getting more labor-intensive, not less. Social media and the rise of self-serve content requires that we actually attempt to fulfill the decades-old promise of 1:1 marketing – winning hearts and minds a few at a time with unprecedented relevancy and transparency and humanization and speed. And that takes time. Flickr Photo by Doc_Brown. Social media and content marketing are not inexpensive, they’re just different expensive.
    [Blog] Are You Ready to Deal With an Online Crisis?
    Bloggers pick up on it and it gets a new life of its own.  I heard about the Audi South Africa nightmare through Twitter and subsequently saw it on South African car blogs. Their Facebook page is also on page one.   It will be interesting to see how many blog posts pick up on the story and how long this stays on page one.  Voorsprung Social Media Technik. Audi South Africa has just been hit by a new media iceberg. The lasting effects of this new media storm are going to be damaging beyond the immediate event. And it had a fairly short shelf-life. For years. 
    [Blog] The FINAL word on Social Media ROI | Shuaism
    Media buys, affiliate marketing, SEO, SEM, and blogging have absolutely no value on their own. it was getting long and b. I was going off on a tangent so I decided to write a blog post to share my own thoughts: [link] More directly tied in with the direction you are going - I think we're going to start to see standard metrics emerge within the sphere of social media as monitoring tools become more widely used. The FINAL word on social media ROI is this… sometimes. Give me a few minutes of your time and I’ll gladly explain. It’s not the end all be all.
    [Blog] 2011 Social Media Site of the Year: Reddit
    This is a crappy little blog and the “award” means nothing, but I can say this much – we really do explore social media every day and do whatever we can to find what’s good and bad about it. Every year (for a whopping 3 years running!) we highlight who we believe is the top social media site of the year. It’s not a popularity contest. It’s not based on (much) empirical data. There’s no voting. The team sits down and argues for an hour on Skype and I write up the piece. We’re not gurus. Long story short, our opinion means nothing. Reddit
    [Blog] Specialists and Generalists
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. According to Harvard Business Review author Vikram Mansharamani, the need for specialization is waning and generalist skills are in demand. He explains the difference with bark. There are many who have deeply studied its nooks, grooves, coloration, and texture. Few have developed the understanding that the bark is merely the outermost layer of a tree. Fewer still understand the tree is embedded in a forest. And yet, both specialists and generalists are each needed. But I don’t want to study the air, grass, or water either. Job Search
    [Blog] Creative ways to drive website traffic
    Blog comments. The easiest way to do this is comment on blogs they create. Blog commenting when done right improves the ability of other people to make site visits. More so, blog commenting in a niche or target market also gives you access to other users who may be interested in what you have to offer and hence visit your website. Sharing ideas, new perspectives and ways to do things with your blog will help you get the right attention and should be top on your list as far as generating relevant traffic to your website is concerned. Reward the visitors.
  • ENGAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2013
    [Blog] Lois Lane Isn’t Dead, She’s Reinvented: How Journalists Can Adapt to the Changing News Sphere
    My colleague Daniel Ford reiterates this passion for writing on his blog : “Words give meaning to my life. “When I went here, all I wanted to be—I mean from the time I was 13 years old and saw Lois Lane on television—I wanted to be a newspaper reporter.”. This is a quote from Nora Ephron when she received an Alumnae Achievement Award from her alma mater Wellesley College in 2006. Ephron came to New York City in 1960s to work as a reporter at the New York Post. So, is the once “glamorous” image of a confident, intelligent woman striving to report the truth defunct? Integrate Your Content.
    [Blog] Link Love Monthly: Best of February 2011
    How to Manage a Volunteer Led Blog that Rocks (Allyson Kapin). Beautiful Event Website Design: 10 Inspiring Example s (Event Manager Blog). Here’s a monthly selection of links to some of the most interesting posts that we’ve read and shared over the last 30 days. These kinds of posts are what inform our own writing here at SocialFishing; hope you’ll dip in and out at your leisure! Toolbox. ifttt: If This, Then That: Useful and Simple Life Scripting (Louis Gray). Best Practices for Maximizing Mobile App Revenue (GigaOm). Priya Ramesh). ReadWriteWeb). Datalicious.
    [Blog] Social Networking Map – 2010 edition
    You can also subscribe to the blog to ensure you receive the latest posts. « Previous Post Next Post » blog comments powered by Disqus Stay connected Recent Posts Can influence be bought? Home About Archives Press Clips Spark Advisors Suggested Reading Social Networking Map – 2010 edition Written on August 28, 2010 by Espo in social media Enjoy this post? Share your thoughts in the comments below or with your own networks. Thanks for visiting! Comments - Leave a comment! Cartoon of the day Five for Friday 09.24.10 Unported License.
    [Blog] Are You Willing To Be Led?
    My friend Terry Starbucker writes a fantastic blog that talks about leadership and guidance a lot, and he has some wonderful perspective. Leadership is a topic that comes up a great deal: what makes a great leader, how to be a great leader, the importance of great leadership in business in order for it to really thrive. There’s a great new Twitter chat going on , started by Steve Woodruff and Lisa Petrilli around leadership. Millions upon millions of books have been written and sold on the topic. But I’ve also noticed a rather…unsettling (?) trend or discussion.
    [Blog] 10+ simple tips to win at social media
    Feedly is also very handy to follow your favorite blogs in one convenient spot. Social media may have become mainstream, a lot of entrepreneurs and small business owners still struggle to make sense of it. They struggle because they have jumped on the bandwagon on impulse, without properly educating themselves on what works and what doesn’t. So, today, let us go back to the basics. Here are some tips to help you make your mark. Plan, plan, plan – Being on social networks is not enough. You need to have a strategy in place to attract followers and create engagement. Stout.
    [Blog] Hierarchy Of Communication
    Members communicate by blog posts/videos/UGC. Not all types of communications are equal. When you meet someone in person you form a deeper relationship with them than thousands of online interactions. We’re increasingly seeing a hierarchy of contact. At the lowest levels members talk via contributing content which others read. It’s slow, thoughtful and not interactive. At the higher levels are immediate response, real-time communication and stronger context (i.e. talking by IM is stronger than chat-rooms – you had to add that person to your instant messenger). That’s a pity.
    [Blog] Reasons to know “Why Social Media is failing your business”
    Blogging Quantity and Quality: One of the major strategies of social media marketing is to post content on a regular basis. Also try to use visuals like pictures, videos to make the presentation and blogs more interesting. Using video blogs for developing contents will ensure better results. #5. Failing at social media is not uncommon for any business. Moreover, the fault might be due to a number of reasons. Here are some of the reasons that it might be failing your business and may need some urgent attention and action. #1. She loves writing travelling and reading books.
    Share this on Reddit Tagged as: Blogs , Business , Facebook , Jay Baer , Juli Barcelona , Justin Brackett , LinkedIn , Marketing Plan , Myrland Marketing Moment , Twitter { 8 comments… read them below or add one } Mark C. Home About Services Social Media Speaking-Training LMA Contact Subscribe Myrland Marketing Minutes Strategic Social Media: Making Social Media Make Sense THESE ARE JUST TOOLS by Nancy Myrland on September 24, 2010 ????This This is the Myrland Marketing Moment I shared yesterday: Myrland Marketing Moment: You know these are just tools we’re using, right?
    [Blog] TGIF – When We’re Not So Nice Edition!
    originally appeared on Jugnoo Social CRM Blog - the blog for social crm thought leadership under a Creative Commons license. Good afternoon, and a fine Friday to you, gentle readers. Last week, we were off so that Danny could instead take that time to introduce you to our new pricing and chat to Seesmic users … but we’re back. They could never keep us away from you. So this week is a little of last week, and a little of this week – a hodgepodge, if you will, of one Friday rolling into the next. So we’ll start off with some excellent, genuinely nice news.
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, Facebook Summit and Hamsters with Soul
    Blogging / Writing. content strategy for audience engagement – use this when planning your blog posts, and you will get more interaction. ways to skyrocket your blog traffic – simple yet effective ways to get more visitors to your blog. Secret Blog Collaboration Group – maybe not so secret, but an exceptional place to meet other bloggers for some serious blog collaboration. How to start a blog in a crowded niche – five ways to overcome the overwhelming side of it and get to blogging. The Resources Mashup. Twitter.
    [Blog] Online, It’s Think Vertical
    Reading this blog post by Cynthia Boris at Marketing Pilgrim, a thought occurred to me. It’s a thought that has occurred to me before, and I’ve probably written about it a time or two on this blog though not exactly in these terms. In other words, it’s a free blogging platform with cooler, hipper, more visual features. Cynthia is talking about Tumblr. Of course, it grew by 218% last year so it’s worth talking about, right? First, what is Tumblr? Cynthia describes it as a more visual Blogger. Check it out. Think visual. Think quick.
    [Blog] How to Prove Your Social Media Impact
    Jay highlights this problem in his blog post, but dark social is not just limited to this ubiquitous link sharing that happens among followers, friends, and family. Image via For too long, social’s contribution to business success has been ignored and undervalued. In this post, we are going to start changing that by walking through the steps necessary to finally measure social’s business impact and give social the credit it deserves. Many believe it is a fool’s errand to try to quantitatively determine the business value of a Facebook like or a tweet. Who is sharing?
    [Blog] How to Maximize Facebook to Find Employment
    Weekends I like to encourage other peoples views and today's blog post was submitted by  Lenore Holditch , who specializes in writing about top online colleges. Simply posting numerous statuses stating that you are interested in finding a job in a particular field and then linking your status to a LinkedIn profile or personal blog with more of your information for example may just do the trick and someone may bite.  . It is a two part post and tomorrow will be looking at Twitter. But your social networking sites may just be able to land you a job instead. Facebook.
    [Blog] Using Stock Images?
    To sum it up: You’re going to have to use stock images a lot of the time, especially if you are blogging daily and using the photos that go along with the story, it’s just reality. Original post can be found on Wikimotive’s blog. Do you currently use any stock photos or imagery on any of your sites? For most companies, it’s a hard thing to avoid. The reality is that you’re going to need images, and you’re not always going to have the time or the money to hire a professional photographer or designer to create them for you. Featured
    [Blog] Tag Your Twitter Friends From Facebook With SocialToo Status
    You can learn how to enable SocialToo Status on your Facebook account via our earlier blog post. Yesterday Facebook launched their new tagging feature worldwide to their users. The feature is simple – to tag one of your Facebook friends, you just start typing their name, prefixed by “@&# , and their name appears in a drop-down that you can select. Their name will then be linked to their Facebook profile in their status update on Facebook, and an e-mail sent to that individual to notify them they were tagged. There’s more though.
    [Blog] Is Social Media Forcing Retirement? | Spin Sucks
    definitely most a gross generalization in the blog post, but you’re in the minority. 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. You can guess where that audience typically lies…50+ white men. Imagine she tells them the way they’ve always pushed sales out to their audiences no longer works.
    [Blog] Ever Wondered About…. Ning
    That’s where our eyes will be focussed… Ever Wondered About is a new series on the Wisdom London blog, where Kate Spiers and Jill Ruthenberg aim to demystify and explore what’s shaping our social interactions. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Ever Wondered About… Issuu Ever wondered about… Android » Ever Wondered About… Ning Posted by Jill Ruthenberg What is it? Why should I care? With more than 45 million registered users, this one can’t be ignored.
    [Blog] The Power Of Imagination
    Please don't confuse this blog post with a message that advertising is the best way to reach a consumer. Another testament to the power of a fully integrated marketing message. I was watching a television commercial for a luxury automobile the other day. It was your typical standard fare as far as car advertisements go. Rolling hills, a beautiful backdrop, a sports sedan buffed to perfection and the sound of the engine humming through nature. You could close your eyes and imagine yourself there. It happens. This was one of those moments. It felt good. That doesn't really happen. does it?
    [Blog] 5 Reputation Management Lessons from Prince, Dell and Beyond
    Perhaps the most storied example of this is Dell’s magnificent use of its blog when laptop batteries were literally blowing up, setting their laptops on fire. Publish a co-joining statement on their blog or website. common mistake is to ignore remarks on blogs and social networks with less traffic, assuming they’re too small and don’t matter. Excerpted From Welcome to the Fifth Estate Difficulties arise. Mistakes happen. As we’ve seen time and time again, when a problem is avoided or “hushed up,” the blemish becomes more pronounced. Robert Downey Jr. Prince Hears No Evil?
    [Blog] Uber to open robotics research lab in Pittsburgh
    Uber published  a blog post  on Monday outlining its partnership with Carnegie Mellon University, confirming TechCrunch’s reporting. John Biggs from TechCrunch reported that driver-on-demand service  Uber  is building a robotics research lab in Pittsburgh, PA to “kickstart autonomous taxi fleet development.” ” They say the company has hired talent from Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute, including lead engineering and commercialization experts. Uber has “cleaned out” the Robotics Institute, said the source. Article originally published on .
    [Blog] A Chaos Theory for Change
    SuzanneVara blog comments powered by Disqus Search Brass Tacks About the Authors Amber Naslund Amber Naslund (@ambercadabra on Twitter) is a communications and business strategist and the Director of Community for Radian6. Brass Tack Thinking Make Things Happen Home About Amber Naslund Tamsen McMahon Contact Speaking Amber Naslund Tamsen McMahon Brass Tack Reading Archives A Chaos Theory for Change September 17, 2010 | by Tamsen McMahon View Comments Sometimes, when you want to make a change, you don’t know where to start. Not knowing can mean never starting—and no change.
    [Blog] Why Talking Like A Human Requires An Actor’s Mindset
    ” This also explains why it takes me more and more time to blog for myself – I actually have to “re-center” to find my voice, which is deeply disconcerting…but I digress. As your fingers hit the keyboard to respond to that email – do you find yourself ever pausing? If you’re in marketing, communications or PR, I bet your answer is “Every.Single.Time.” ” Getting a message across is still an art form, as evidenced by the amazing amount of useless info and poorly written emails we all receive every single day. Just try it.
    [Blog] I Can't Believe It's Not Haggis! - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs I Can’t Believe It’s Not Haggis! subscribe to danny subscribe by rss or network search this blog Lijit Search This Blog is Powered By Reader favourites Audi and the Super Bowl Social Media Shit Storm An Invite to Pimp Your Blog Are You Abusing Your Social Media Voice? Back to Business and Thank You Response to Barbara Talismans Misinformed 12for12k Post Is Twitter Killing Blog Comments? hey its great!! link] [.]
    [Blog] Why the Art of Journalism Is All About Science
    Or, as Nick Diakopoulous, also featured in the Tow Center report,  posted on his blog : “Data does not intrinsically imply truth. Imagine your smartphone after a vacation:  filled to the brim with photos and stuffed with a collection of music files that would make a small radio station jealous. Now Now imagine millions more smartphones like it, nearing the brim of capacity, maxed out of storage space. That’s how much data – 115 million 16 gig iPhones at full capacity – that is created each day on the Internet.  Overwhelming, right? Google Trends graph for internet in ‘data journalism’.
  • BILL HARTZER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
    [Blog] FTC Seeking Your Guidance on Disclosure in Online Advertising
    It’s another step in the “acceptance” of blogging and blogs–which is a good thing.&#. The FTC is formally asking people just like you and me (the public) for advice and guidance when it comes to disclosure in online advertising. Now is your chance to help the FTC decide the rules. The FTC will seek public comment for 45 days, beginning today and continuing through July 11, 2011. Back in October 2009, you might recall the huge uproar over the fact that the FTC said that bloggers must disclose their advertisers and sponsors or face stiff penalties or maybe even a huge fine.
    [Blog] Seasons Greetings from ProBlogger
    It’s been big for our family – Vanessa’s blog kicked up a gear, our second eldest son started school, his older brother joined every sporting team he could and our youngest… well he just doesn’t stop! Our Aussie event grew to 550 attendees, we relaunched, and saw a heap of new members join up, we hit record traffic levels on my photography blog and a couple of hours ago we sent our last email on our biggest 12 Photography Deals of Christmas promotion in five years. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. ProBlogger Site News
    [Blog] Branded Social Entertainment in India: Online Talent Hunt Contests.
    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 « The Opportunity at the Intersection of Social Entertainment, Social Gaming and Social Commerce Mail Today Story on Identity Theft on Facebook, Orkut and Twitter » Branded Social Entertainment in India: Online Talent Hunt Contests and Reality Shows Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! What do you think? Well!!
    [Blog] Why would you want to enchant someone?
    As you know, I talk about creating love affairs with your customers a lot here on the blog. Guy Kawasaki’s enchanting new book. Why do I think it’s so critical? Let’s look at how people behave when they’re in the bloom of a new love. They find the other person intoxicating — they crave more. They can’t help themselves. They talk about their new love all the time.  To everyone and anyone who will listen. They are very forgiving of missteps or mistakes. Now translate that back to a customer, donor, employee, volunteer, boss or vendor. Potato, potato.
    [Blog] Anger, Denial, Acceptance in a Digital Agency
    The flow of my blog posts have gone from one extreme to another. write a blog post about it. Knowing this and coming to grips with the situation  has allowed me to finally find the way forward, and realize that yes, I still love social media so much that I blogged about it. I’m so thematic. But for good reason… Anger at clients for parting ways with me. Denial of the fact that clients are not paying me and now acceptance. Acceptance that though I indeed love what I do and know how to do it well, it may be time to do it for someone else. Share this Post.
    [Blog] Day 2: People of color impacting the social web – Sian Morson – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. For the past two years 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. Twitter: @xianamoy.
    [Blog] 3 Ways to Create Great Branded Content
    Originally posted on the Likeable blog. Today in social media, content is key. With the number of brands on social media sites growing every day, it is becoming increasingly important for brands to capture the consumers’ attention and find ways to stand out among the vast amount of other content on the news feed. Here, we’ll take a look at 3 brands that are killing it when it comes to branded content. Get creative with product placement. During the campaign, Oreo posted a new image on its  Facebook page  each day that featured the product in a light-hearted, fun, and eye-catching way.
    [Blog] Social Media Case Study: Grand Rapids Lip Dub
    Also, the project received huge coverage across traditional media outlets and blogs, greatly increasing their message and reach. very conservative estimate would put the total media impressions at roughly 15M to date when you add in the video views, articles, social reach and blogs.  Situation: After Newsweek wrote an article calling it a “dying city”, the people and businesses of Grand Rapids, Michigan were in a strong state of disagreement.  A trio of residents in this west Michigan City decided it would get the word out to the contrary, their town was flourishing.
    [Blog] Show 478 - Social Media Explained
    You can check out his wonderful Marketing Companion podcast and blog here. . You can check out his wonderful Marketing Companion podcast and blog here. The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social marketing , business ideas and  brand marketing tips  has a wonderful new episode. Anna Farmery  speaks to Mark Schaefer , one of her favourite experts on all things social media. Also my own new e-book on social leadership will be coming out this week and for subscibers to the Engaging Times you will get it for just 99p! We discuss. Why does social media need to be explained?
    [Blog] Every Communicator Needs a Real Camera
    Originally posted on the Vocus blog. A ton of data out shows the incredible impact visual media makes on engagement rates. There are many types of visual media marketers are using, from illustrations and graphics to video and photos. Perhaps the easiest visual medium to grasp and use is photography. Unfortunately, there is a growing school of thought that with an iPhone or Nexus smartphone, a communicator is well equiped to meet the needs of the visual thirsty stakeholder. Don’t kid yourself. Every communicator needs a real camera. The Chicago Experiment. Have doubts?
    [Blog] Are The Yellow Pages Outdated?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? Is AOL Moving Forward, Or Back? » Are The Yellow Pages Outdated? The Yellow Pages now have an opt-out website. Really. And that’s a good thing, right? Not if you listen to Frank Reed. guess there’s good reason to be skeptical, but I have a different take on the subject than Frank does. agree with his five talking points, of course, but I’m not so sure about his cynical conclusion. when they know full well that most people won’t even know the option exists. Welcome to online America, home of the shallow. Then what? Period. Really.
    [Blog] How To Increase Your Twitter Followers | Small Business Mavericks
    About Us What’s a Maverick? » How To Increase Your Twitter Followers So you’ve set yourself up a Twitter account and you’re raring to go. Good for you! But how do you increase your followers? First, keep in mind that you are not a celebrity. If Ashton Kutcher or Oprah Winfrey is your name, then you might need 1 million followers to keep the world notified of your whereabouts and goings on. The object of Twitter is to help you connect with people you’d like to do business with so, with that in mind, let’s talk about how to grow your Twitter followers.
    [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] Finding Influencers using CisionPoint – Attend our CisionPoint Webinar Tuesday, November 16th 2PM EST
    Influencers.   You want it, CisionPoint can find Influencers (esp if they are in Mainstream Media , since the media database evolved from MSM but now includes 50,000+ blogs). And it’s mostly on Blogs but CisionPoint knows about Radio and TV. Just want to remind readers the CisionPoint Webinar I’m doing is Tuesday, November 16th at 2PM EST. Tuesday, November 16 th. 1:00 PM CST. Let’s talk about one thing you’ll learn at the Webinar.  What about “who&# is writing about “Social Media Monitoring&# ?  Jacob Morgan is writing the most about it?  
    [Blog] Launch, a video book review
    A few weeks back, Wiley sent me over a copy of Michael Stelzner’s latest book Launch  (Amazon link)  to review for my blog. While I initially thought the book would be on social media since I know Stelzner from his blog Social Media Examiner , I can safely sat that I was wrong. The book was more of a manual for small business owners to build up their business via strategic content, below is my full review: Book Review Michael Stelzner Small Business Social Media Examiner
    [Blog] Keep Moving Forward
    Today we have a guest blog from Jennifer Murphy, the vice president and COO at NetPlus Alliance. Two years ago at the Industrial Supply Association Product Show and Conference, I was fortunate to attend one of the educational tracks hosted by a former Navy SEAL, Eric Greitans. His presentation related his experiences as a SEAL to the challenges we face in life, both personally and professionally. Greitans served abroad first as a humanitarian, and then on the front lines in Afghanistan post-9/11. Sound familiar? And eventually you get to a place where you lead.
    [Blog] Why social is about more than just social data
    But when we consider that social media extends beyond social channels into product reviews, forums and even blogs, the real impact of social is likely to be much, much greater. Didn’t make it to the Market Research Summit last week? spoke about why we need to take a much broader view of social. Rather than looking at social data and the impact it can have on the decisions our clients make in isolation, we need to take a more strategic view that takes into account the transformative effect that social is having on entire business models. Social has become a huge part of our lives.
    [Blog] Yesterday Mortality Caught Up With Me
    Yesterday Mortality Caught Up With Me originally appeared on Danny Brown - Award-Winning Social Media Marketing and Influence Marketing Blog under a Creative Commons license. Yesterday, my beautiful daughter turned two. Like all children that age, she had a wonderful party, attended by family and friends, ate lots of cake, ripped open carefully wrapped presents without a care in the world, and generally had the carefree party that children of that age have. And it reminded me of my own mortality. I had kids late in life. My wife is 32. But you know what? I can’t be sad.
  • FEVER BEE  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2012
    [Blog] Community Management: Planning The Week
    For example, a typical day might include: 9am - 11am: Growth tactics (invite 5 people, reach out to a blog for promotion). Professional community managers plan their week in advance. Their plans are based upon data collected from the community (growth, engagement and sense of community), and knowledge of what communities need to further develop.    Let's assume your community is in the establishment phase and you're a full-time community manager working 40 hours a week (I know, but let's imagine). Now you can slot these activities into a plan for each day.
    [Blog] Listen to the Doers - The Steve Rubel Stream
    Not much more to add here than it reminded me of a great question to ask any one who claims success or experience with social media (and would make for a great blog post). The Steve Rubel Stream Edit Delete Autopost 21 Aug 2009 Listen to the Doers Last night was among the more memorable of my career. I had the unique opportunity to dine with social media strategists who work for three giants. Joining me were (pictured above left to right) Michael Brito from Intel, Tony "Frosty" Welch from HPs personal systems group and Richard Brewer-Hay from eBay. full summary is here. Sound easy?
    [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?
    [Blog] The Power of Storytelling
    Ann is the Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs and the co-author of the best-selling Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business (Wiley, 2011). The Power of Storytelling is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. Sometimes this notion of “storytelling” in business seems folly, conjuring up thoughts of bedtime, folklore, embellished narrative, and performance art. Spoiler: The camel was a jerk, and that hump was a magic curse.).
    [Blog] 100% of Marketing Stats Are Made of Numbers
    He has gone on vacation and invited me to guest blog again. fear, however, that my past actions have set the bar too high, and now Jay’s expecting blog gold from me every year. Little does he know that in this tough economy, I exchanged my blog gold for cash months ago, which I then promptly used to purchase Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio, and the Golden Eagle. Yes, blog gold is only worth $3.96—but can one really put a price on the child-like joy derived from crushing hordes of self-important pigs and smarmy marmosets? didn’t think so. Not a one!
    [Blog] The rise of social media and other key trends from Waitrose’s Food and Drink Report 2014
    Millions of consumers are using social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to share food photos, blogs and recipes. Last week Waitrose launched its Food and Drink Report 2014. This is the second time the supermarket has released an annual review of consumer behaviour in relation to food and drink. Waitrose has poured over sales data, customer research and conducted expert interviews to examine consumer’s changing shopping behaviour in food and drink over the past year. Time-poor consumers favour shopping little and often, regularly visiting convenience shops.
    [Blog] Why @0boy Stopped Before 100k Followers: “It’s about integrity, man!”
    Blogs can easily be fed to Twitter. Even if you have a blog, how hard is it to put 140 characters together? Two questions always pop up when people visit my Twitter account: Why is your background so boring? When do you think you’ll break 100K followers? The answer to the first question is easy – my graphic design skills are nil, I don’t want to use a free service, and I don’t want to pay someone to make it look good. Besides, it’s about the content, not the background, right? The second answer is even easier. Never. From there, we continued to grow.
    [Blog] How to Use Social Media When Customers Aren’t that Into You
    Use your blog, website, and social networks to provide answers to the most common questions. Guest post by Debra Ellis , founder of Wilson & Ellis Consulting. Every marketer should ask, “How do conversations increase sales and improve service for our company?&# The answer may not come easy because there is a major roadblock preventing companies from creating highly engaged communities. Their customers don’t want to talk to them. People want to complete their business transactions with minimal effort. Conversations require effort. Sometimes, they require a lot of it.
    [Blog] Interview With Artsy Editor Creator Stephen Ou
    in order for blogs to attract traffic, they rather have headlines like “X years-old created Y&# ) and put me into a different consideration (both positively and negatively). It had helped me and others create countless websites and blogs. Bloggers around the world have all experienced the woes of WordPress editor: the tricky business of adding videos without going from HTML to Visual, image placement, unruly fonts and styles that have a mind of their own, the list goes on. Earlier this year, 16 year old Stephen Ou decided to make a better WordPress. Possibly.
    [Blog] How Many Dead Ends Are On Your Site?
    It is easy to create a site and add a blog post regularly without realizing that things aren’t healthy. Laura McDougall has some pet peeves she shared on SwellPath recently. When she says “ Don’t Make Me Click The Back Button “, she is talking about the frustration of navigating a website and running into dead ends — a pet peeve that many of us share. When a website is frustrating to use, how many of us go find another site that gives us what we want without all the hassle? Rich snippets like breadcrumb navigation. which makes for breezy browsing.”
    [Blog] Are You Using The Best Way To Get Traffic To Your Site?
    Putting photos and video on your own blog improves your click-through rate, too — rich media posts get 13% more clicks than plain text. Marketing Pilgrim’s Cynthia Boris knows a lot about online marketing and content so she was pretty happy the other day. As she says, “ You can pay and pay but organic search still wins.” ” What is she talking about? Organic Search Wins. Organic Search sends 51% of the traffic to company websites when you combine all the industries, but they do vary when you break them down. What’s The Best Way For YOU?
    [Blog] Improving On Competition
    There’s an interesting discussion going on over at the Moz Blog in the comments of Bill Sebald’s article, “ Building Better Content By Improving On Your Competitors.” Competitive Intelligence has always been a useful tool for improving your content strategies by looking at what others in the same market are doing. ” The article takes a look at how to isolate information by using a tool like Screaming Frog  to look at things like the URL, Title Tags, Meta Descriptions, and the like on a rival site. That sense of community is what I am really impressed with.
    [Blog] The Future of Mixx Social Voting: An Interview will still have the blog and the forums, but the social news part of the site will become the main focus. We will still have the blog and the forum, and we are always willing to listen to feedback, be it constructive or other wise. 4 years ago, we interviewed Greg Davies, a then newly banned Digg power user. Greg helped lead the way to bring a great number of users to social news newcomer Mixx. We then watched Mixx in its rise to power through fearless leader Chris McGill. We caught up with Greg and Jay to hear the rest of the story. How have things been? Staff?
    [Blog] Use Social Media to Drive Local Traffic for Lawyers
    According to this blog post from Search Engine Land, 74 percent of consumers use a Facebook brand page as the desired format for following a brand. Update your Facebook page with your operating hours, contact info, quality content from your blog, local events and activities you’re sponsoring, local prize giveaways, and much more to draw locals to your site. For example, this blog post from Bohn Law would be great to “pin”. Traditional local marketing for law firms includes sponsoring local events, advertisements at movie theaters, and handing out items at parades. Facebook.
    [Blog] How to Rock Your Social Customer Service
    One final note: for those who have followed me over the last few years, you know full well that I was a pretty early adopter. I was blogging about social media marketing since 2006 and most dismissed it as “social media is a fad” or didn’t care to catch onto it just like Bitcoin is foreign to everyone today. Ever wonder how to manage the constant flux of customer service complaints (or praises) via social media? After years of trial and error, I’m fairly certain I’ve perfected the tactic from a low-cost perspective. And I want to help you do the same.
    [Blog] How a 30 Minute Reject Post Brings Me Hundreds of Subscribers a Week
    This guest post is written by the Blog Tyrant. Three weeks ago I wrote a guest post for a large blog that got rejected on the grounds that it contained ideas that had already been discussed at the blog. Ever since I first thought about selling a blog I knew that I had to grow my email subscriber list. I’ve talked about it in my post on how to blog and I’ve talked about here on my Problogger guest posts. In order to grow my readership, though, I knew I had to write exciting and relevant guest posts about themes that are closely tied to my blog.
    [Blog] Quick appearances elsewhere
    And at the same time, freelance social media and digital PR consultant Ben Matthews has written a good blog post on starting out freelancing , which includes advice from a number of wise and successful freelancers. Client work has kept us all really busy at the moment, along with some work on our own projects – some live, such as OnlineRaceDriver , and some still at the ‘skunkworks’ stage. And me. The post Quick appearances elsewhere appeared first on TheWayoftheWeb. TheWayoftheWeb
    [Blog] Quick appearances elsewhere
    And at the same time, freelance social media and digital PR consultant Ben Matthews has written a good blog post on starting out freelancing , which includes advice from a number of wise and successful freelancers. Client work has kept us all really busy at the moment, along with some work on our own projects – some live, such as OnlineRaceDriver , and some still at the ‘skunkworks’ stage. And me. Buffer. TheWayoftheWeb
    [Blog] Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah’s SEO-Friendly ‘Bluebird’ and the Betterment of a Google Ranking
    Though popular quick fixes like Twitter competitions and mass follow and unfollow sessions might prove beneficial as a temporary remedy, Twitter as an SEO tool becomes helpful when worthwhile blog posts, widgets, discount vouchers and articles are being shared on a larger scale. As you all know — I love all things Disney, so how could I pass on a guest post that used a Disney classic to talk about SEO! Enjoy this post from Lucas Miller. Enter Twitter, stage left. One of the most basic rules of the SEO industry is that quality content will, in time, lead to conversation flow.
    [Blog] Broadening Horizons
    subscribe to a lot of local blogs written by friends and acquaintances who write about different topics than I do and that helps, plus I can keep up with what’s going on in their world. subscribe to a lot of local blogs written by friends and acquaintances who write about different topics than I do and that helps, plus I can keep up with what’s going on in their world. link] 40 Tips On How To Be A Social Media Rockstar « Virtual Assistant Jobs Blog [.] wondered whether or not to make it public, but it was getting to be too good to keep to myself. Thanks.
    [Blog] Why Social Media Isn't Dying
    have all given life to what most of us who read this blog are passionate about and make a living off of. The original post set off a flurry of debate — through comments on our blog and even more comments on our Facebook page. 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. What Would Juvenal Tweet?
    [Blog] Ripoff Report Strikes Back: Removes Code on Site Left by Hacker
    In one of my recent blog posts, I examined how removing your website from Google can help–or hurt–your search engine rankings. The Ripoff Report has struck back against the so-called reputation management companies that claim to be able to remove posts about companies on the website. In a recent press release, Ripoff Report claims that they have removed code on their website that was left by a hacker hired by reputation management companies. sample advertisement claiming Ripoff Report removal is shown above. Ripoff Report explained what happened.
    [Blog] Tip: Creating a newspaper layout in Blogger with the first image.
    Register to join us on November 16 at 2:00pm EST. Search This Blog. Tip: Adding a submission form to your blog. Name of blog. Blog URL. Relation to blog [select] Owner Developer Contributor Fan Contact email What makes it special? Blog Archive. Blog Archive. comments: Raymond Duke September 29, 2012 12:28 PM This seems to be affecting only the first post on my blog. Blogger Xpertise. Blogger sites that go beyond the basic template, showing you how to make your Blogger site just as amazing. About Us. Portfolio Pieces. Blogger Tips. Posts.
    [Blog] Of Risqué Products, Drugs, and Social Media
    Start your own blog where you discuss controversial issues, give health tips etc. For more information about her visit her blog , follow her on Twitter (@antwizzel) or join her on Facebook Many companies pop up in the social web trying to promote themselves and their products. However, when you take a closer look it’s usually companies that sell products that are “easy” to market. We all know these companies exist. They make big bucks selling those kind of products and yet, it’s something that our society chooses not to talk about.
    [Blog] Blinkist Makes Sure You Always Have Time To Read Non-Fiction
    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. Does reading a non-fiction and learning a bunch from it sound good to you? What if you could read a non-fiction, wherever you are, in whatever time you have? And even better – what if you had a chance to cover a book’s key insights in 15 minutes? This doesn’t need to be a ‘what if’ situation for you, because a Berlin-based startup wants you to have all this and more. What is Blinkist? How to Use Blinkist. minutes per chapter. Conclusion. annually.
    [Blog] The Lord of the Content: Fellowship of the Reader
    The Reader Without them, your blog would be a wasteland of content that is only important to you. Have you ever been so caught up in your writing that you sometimes resemble Smeagol, clutching your content to your chest and whispering, “My Precious”? We all have fights with insanity sometimes. However, one thing that separates the good writers from the great writers is that they are not too attached to the content they create. know you’re probably scratching your head after you read the above sentence, but what I mean to say is the great writers are always evolving.
    [Blog] Hindu Story on Identity Theft and Cyber-stalking on Social Networks
    If you liked this post, you might also like: Made in India, Made for the World: A Manifesto for Indian Social Web Startups List of Marketing, Public Relations & Social Media Blogs in India Times of India Story on Social Media Careers in India The Ultimate List of Social Media Surveys, Research Reports and Scoring Methodologies A Simple Framework to Measure the Effectiveness of Social Media Programs 18 Social Media Use Cases: Conversation, Campaign and Community. I was recently quoted in a Hindu story on identity theft and cyber-stalking on social networks. Sudhakar. Legal aspects.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015
    [Blog] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Jen Novotny
    She blogs at On the Night You Were Born (though it’s been a year since she’s published anything new…get to it, Jen!). By Gini Dietrich. I met Jen Novotny right here in these very comments. communicator by day and mother of three girls by night, she always leaves thoughtful and intelligent comments. So, earlier this year, I sought to learn more. She is smart, she is funny, and she likes the same television shows I do. asked her to sit on the Spin Sucks Inquisition hot seat so you can learn more about her, too. What is the Biggest Mistake You’ve Made in Your Career?
    [Blog] Social Layers or Networks. Is There Room for More?
    Neither blog post even mentioned the word social. Sometimes, it seems the phenomenal success and user growth seen by Facebook and Twitter in the last few years has boxed in what we accept as a bonafide social network - as we early adopters and tech press absorb potential challengers like chum and digest them quickly, mocking their attempts as feeble, and their traction as futile. The world is going social, whether it's little bit by little bit or in an all-in gamble to change the world. Just take a look at Apple's Ping, within iTunes. What about Spotify Social ? What about Google Buzz ?
    [Blog] Be Impressed by Brobdingnagians and Not Gyps
    Quickly glancing through this blog’s spam queue to find false positives, I observed an out-of-place verbosity that would make Erin McKean bounce. You can see it contains words that the typical blog comment spammer would need to look up in a dictionary. Neopia is a brobdingnagian life on Neopets to tour! There are to 20 weird areas of Neopia to traverse, so assail Neopia today! What is the period of Neopia? There is tons to do in the Neopia world, including snagging items from the Medium of exchange Tree to robbing treasure from the Snowager! What would you think?
    [Blog] Why I won't be signing up to Blippy…
    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] Do we get more than we give from the web?
    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? → Do we get more than we give from the web?
    [Blog] Facebook Marketing Goals: The Safe Approach
    You can post links to your blog, pictures from the office, industry news, congratulations to employees, customer testimonials, etc. Those who want to get a feel for your company will be able to find it in searches for your name on Google or Bing as well as by clicking on the link that you post on your website and blog. It’s an excellent approach if you have a matching blog with tips and best practices. Setting goals on Facebook is extremely important. If you don’t know where you want to go, you won’t be able to get there very easily. Goal: PR-Only.
    [Blog] The 8 Wrong Questions PR Firms Are Asking About Social Media | PR.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search The 8 Wrong Questions PR Firms Are Asking About Social Media August 18th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet The enthusiasm about social media among public relations professionals is rampant, and encouraging. How can we make a viral video that gets thousands of views? Thanks!
    [Blog] Is attention all its cracked up to be?
    And do you know why I include pictures in my blogs? I’m reading Seducing the Subconscious by Robert Heath. It’s an interesting book, which looks at the argument that attention is what makes advertising successful and suggests that low levels of attention are actually better for advertising as opposed to focused attention. From what I’ve read so far, as well as my own experiences, I’m inclined to agree with the author. I’ve never had much faith in advertising, mainly because so much of it is so inane and kooky that I wonder how anyone can take it seriously.
    [Blog] When it Comes to the Future of Work, Would Your Rather Try or Succeed?
    Look at many free resources online such as Slideshare presentations, Youtube videos, and blog posts. I’m oftentimes amazed at how many times I speak to people running future of work or collaboration initiatives for their company who are just not prepared to do so, and it’s not their fault. Organizations are in a tough spot. Many of them see and feel that the world of work is changing but they aren’t sure what to do about it.  So what inevitably happens is someone gets appointed to be in charge of these projects. Send to Kindle.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 2011
    [Blog] Questioning Why I Still Use Twitter
    Whether we share common backgrounds or if you merely enjoy reading my blog, I want to accept connection invitations from people who satisfy my intellect. I do not know what I want Twitter to represent. I’m experiencing an identity crisis. Photo by darnok. Bill Dorman and Shonali Burke probe into the efforts of friendship and internet relations. Shonali expands: Whether you’re using social media for personal reasons or business, there’s nothing like carefully nurturing relationships, especially those that start with an @. Why do I follow you? Twitter used to be very valuable to me.
    [Blog] Greg Verdino: GyPSii: all-in-one social networking for the iPhone
    Greg Verdino Marketing, Media, Technology & Trends Home About Me Book Me to Speak microMARKETING Journal On Twitter On Flickr Personal Blog Verdino Bytes My Company « Best Buy CMO on digital and social marketing | Main | Want to get the most from social media?   But the reason I'm blogging about them now is that -- as of today -- GyPSii has launched its iPhone App.    But the reason I'm blogging about them now is that -- as of today -- GyPSii has launched its iPhone App.  Look inside. Looking forward to connecting. microMARKETING
    [Blog] Meet Our Friend @corleymay
    You can find her on LinkedIn , Twitter and here’s her blog. @corleymay is a fellow creative who drives a very powerful digital community in a very niche market! She’s one of the few professional - digital-community-builders who gets to do it for their 9-5 job (although it’s often more hours than that). She has the ability to pull people into the conversation and keep them there. Corley is also one of the best writers I know! corleymay  is someone I’m lucky to consider a friend. She also lives here in Asheville, NC where I love calling home! Check her out!
    [Blog] 4 Reasons Google Bought Wildfire
    Reasons Google Bought Wildfire is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. Wildfire , a pioneering social media management software application that specialized in contests and promotions, announced today that it has been bought by Google for a smooth $250 million. Happy day for Gary Vaynerchuk , who was an angel investor in Wildfire). Even though Wildfire had been courted for weeks by multiple suitors, most observers – including me didn’t view Google as a potential acquirer. But it’s brilliant. Access to Social Signal.
    [Blog] 9 Practical Ways to Start Attracting an Audience to Your New Social Media Account
    Add social sharing buttons to your blog posts (e.g. These allow readers to share individual posts with their networks, helping to grow awareness of your blog and your social media presence. 3. Write a blog post inviting people to connect elsewhere and add links to your social media accounts in your newsletters. Include a call to action at the end of your blog posts. Add a link to your most frequented social networking account at the end of each blog post with an invitation to connect if the reader liked what they saw. 7. Post from: ProBlogger Blog Tips.
  • ENGAGE  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013
    [Blog] Are You Throwing Money Down the Drain by Ignoring Little Data?
    billion Google results for the search term “What is big data,” and 112 million blog posts discussing big data. I live in on the 5th floor of an 83-year-old, mid-rise condominium building which is heated by the old fashioned radiator steam heat and cooled by individual window A/C units. And I have two cats, for whom I shop online for cat food, supplements, and kitty litter. ” So what the heck is going on? have to wonder, especially with all the focus on “Big Data” in 2012. Are companies focusing so much on Big Data that they are ignoring Little Data?  image: OhKyleL ].
    [Blog] Social Media Specialists in SMBs: to hire or not to hire
    Everything goes well until you tweet some news, inform about your company or products, like and share blog posts etc. My friend and colleague wrote on his blog how a perfect marketing department team should look like in a SMB. This is a Guest Post by Janek Makulec. Now we all hear really a lot about social media. The thing is that people who don’t have a clue about social media – they hear it too, but they lack a good explanation. All I’m saying is that they might turn out very risky. In other words – until your social media channels aren’t really social.
    [Blog] Theme Week Roundup: Which Tip Will You Put into Practise?
    There are plenty of things you can do to keep your post current on social media, ensuring it is optimised for SEO, how to repurpose it for different channels, how to keep readers on your blog once your post is published, and how to extend your ideas for the future. Publish Your Blog Post Without SEO, and 1000s of Readers Will Be Forever Lost: Rand Fishkin reminded us all that content can stay current after its inital social media push by optimizing it for search. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Which tip resonated with you? We’d love to hear your thoughts!
    [Blog] Do your bit for the earth on Saturday
    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] The Democracy of Metallica
    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. Go figure.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – 24 Posts on Marketing and Productivity
    26 Blogging Tools to Simplify Your Life: An A-Z List by Melanie Nelson. How To Promote Your Blog Posts To Get 10,289 Shares (Without Spending A Penny) by Robbie Richards. 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. Fetching Friday is back for week thirteen of 2015! Each week, I’ll share with you the top posts on online marketing and productivity. Without further ado, here are the top posts this week! Content Marketing. The 10 New Rules Of Visual Content Marketing by Paul Bingham. Meyers. Productivity.
    [Blog] 5 Staggeringly Simple Ways to Create Custom Facebook Landing Tabs
    Tabsite allows you to create and manage the content on your custom tab as if it was a Web page or blog post, including adding multi-media. Tweet Unless you can get people to click your “like” button , your Facebook strategy will be as limp and lifeless as Matt LeBlanc’s post-Friends career. That’s because the vast majority of consumer interactions with your brand on Facebook do not occur on your fan page, but rather on the Walls of your fans. This means that almost nobody is coming back to your fan page after they visit it the first time. Think about your own behavior on Facebook.
    [Blog] Why 2 Days Later is 2 Days Late
    Of course links will be included to all of the blogs participating in the chapter-by-chapter review process. Click over to his blog post and you can peruse blog posts from other chapter reviewers. Boost Corporate Branding and Add That Blog Comment. Tweeting back and forth with a Verizon Wireless customer support representative last night, I learned data-only monthly plans for the Blackberry are only eligible for hearing-impaired customers. could have googled the information or called the company’s hotline but I turned to Twitter and received an answer quickly.
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