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    [Blog] Booked: Facebook Disabled My Account |
    rahulbhatt Says: April 30th, 2010 at 8:25 am My account was also disabled on Sunday 25 – April – 2010 Still waiting for it to get enabled, don't know when it will be enabled I have created a Facebook FAQ's which can be access from the following url [link] [link] Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact MeBetween Twitter and Facebook, I had built a nice little social network.  Why I have no idea. And there lies my problem.  Facebook just shut me down for no reason what so ever. 
    [Blog] The Marketing Case for Pinterest and How to Use it Successfully
    Ideeli – The retail daily deal site Ideeli creates pin boards that showcase products from their website, and they also incorporate uplifting images and quotes from blogs. Pinterest – the virtual bulletin board that allows users to store and share images and links they find interesting or inspiring – grew to over 10 million active users faster than any standalone website. It immediately secured its place as the social media darling of 2012, and for good reason. But as a business owner or marketing manager you may be wondering, “ Is Pinterest right for me? ”. BostonMike.
  • FEVER BEE  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011
    [Blog] Friday Community Traditions
    Yet, like many other activities mentioned on this blog, they’re a proven tactic. Traditions help develop a sense of community amongst members and stimulate participation. Don't dismiss them as dumb, try one. Fridays are an excellent opportunity to encourage an off-topic tradition. People expecting something fun and different. They want something to smile about before the weekend.    Here are a few ideas to consider:  Craziest weekend plan award. Who has the craziest or most bizarre weekend plan? After 24 hours close the thread with a message announcing the winner.
    [Blog] Most Popular Baby Names of 2011 – Domain Names Still Available
    So, here is a list of some of the domain names that are available as of this blog post: AIDEN.AC. BabyCenter has revealed the most popular baby names of 2011. I am not surprised by the names–and even had a relative with a new baby this year name her baby Chloe, which made the list this year. Some ccTLDs (Country Code Top Level Domains) have requirements that you must live in the country, or have a business address in the country, etc. etc., so you will need to check the requirements. AIDEN.AERO. AIDEN.AG. AIDEN.AM. AIDEN.AT. AIDEN.BZ. AIDEN.CM. AIDEN.CO.AT. AIDEN.CO.IN. CHLOE.IM.
    [Blog] Why Private Communities Fail
    Socious’ Online Community Blog has a fantastic series listing a whole ton of reasons why private communities fail.  I think a lot of good work and thought was put into this by Joshua Paul so I’m reposting the links here in case you missed it: Big List of Why Online Communities Fail & How to Avoid It – Part 1 of 4 – This one focuses on high level goals and strategies – misaligned, too ambitious, not specific enough, or too much about the org, not the user. Customers and members already have tools to follow and keep in touch with people. Open Community
    [Blog] What Is Agile Marketing?
    appeared first on Internet Marketing Blog. To understand “agile marketing,” you must first understand the whole agile methodology. Introduced first for software development, this method focuses on using new work cadences, sometimes known as “sprints,” to prepare for an unpredictable workflow. The traditional method is known as the “waterfall” method, or put simply, taking on each task as it comes, even if it’s piled on top of something you’re already working on. Bear in mind: The word “agile” is often used to describe situations where agile marketing isn’t used at all.
    [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] Marketing Beyond Traditional Means
    Social Links Freelance Social Media Social Media Tips and Marketing Blog Home About Contact Subscribe Marketing Beyond Traditional Means by Justin on July 8, 2010 My post last week talked about Topeka Subways new Foursquare campaign.  If you aren’t familiar with how to use Foursquare to market your business, we posted a quick tutorial here. For hire :) Blog Twitter Hank Wasiak Hey Justin. sent an email to them inquiring about the new special and their reasoning for choosing this route. it is getting harder to engage with your customers through traditional means. Media.
    [Blog] Day 11: People of color impacting the social web – Anthony Frasier – #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: @AnthonyFrasier.
  • SHIFT DIGITAL  |  FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2012
    [Blog] Why Handing Over The Social Media To A Intern Is A Bad Idea
    He also probably doesn’t have time to daily monitor blogs like to gleen information on how to use social media for his business and then try to piece it all together. This week I watch this clip on MSNBC of a Q & A with a small panel of business experts. One of the questions was: “Everywhere I turn, I hear and read that you need to use social media to reach the maximum potential of your business. have signed up with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google, but I cannot find a user manual on any of the sites. Don’t think promoting, think relationships. Delegate carefully.
  • EXTANZ  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 2008
    [Blog] Social Media and Crossing the Amazon
    To Twit or Not to Twit… » Actions Comments RSS Trackback Information Date : July 2, 2008 Tags: Blog , flickr , fredcavazza , integrated marketing , social media Categories : Uncategorized Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. Subscribe by email Subscribe to Extanz Blog. SocialMedia Sparkling feedback on #wbc10 blog influence rank- The sequel A Baker’s Dozen of the Best Food Blogs Under the Influence?? month ago Blog at Extanz – PR 2.0 We’ve been on the (b)leading edge of it for the last two years. ENJOY!
  • FEVER BEE  |  MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013
    [Blog] Community Growth Hacking
    You can launch blogs, host competitions, comment on other blogs, review books, and plenty more. When you launch a community, you face a chicken and the egg problem. Nobody wants to join a community until there is activity there. However, the people most likely to join and participate in your new online community are those that already know and like you. Initial growth to communities originates from your existing contacts. To conquer the chicken and the egg problem, you need to foster a large number of existing contacts. Make sure your name is recognized within that sector. 
    [Blog] 5 Ways Construction Design Will Change Within the Next 50 Years
    Today, we have a guest blog from Jessica Kane of  Federal Steel Supply, Inc., discussing some of the new innovations expected to shape the future of the construction industry. New angles are being used for the advancement of construction design that will most likely be widespread within the next 50 years. Designers and architects are implementing new trends that could very well be profitable in building spaces for new offices and living establishments. Here are just a few: One Stop Design. One trend that is already in play is the single design model. Sustainable and Efficient Solutions.
    [Blog] Top 15 Uses For QR Codes
    On your business card , place a QR codes that takes people to a page where they can download your vcard contact information, learn more about your organization, read your blog, any number of things could go on this page. Have you been seeing funny looking images like the one above popping up in stores? This is called a QR code or Quick Response Code. They are great tools for connecting the real and the digital worlds. Microsoft has a competing technology called tags. My prediction: it loses. People will be curious and will want to follow the trail. This could work very well in tourism.
    [Blog] Day 15: People of color impacting the social web – Kurt Merriweather #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 15 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Kurt Merriweather Twitter: @kmerriweather Website/Blog: Bio Kurt Merriweather is Director, Digital Media Business Development and Strategy, Discovery Communications, Inc. 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.
    [Blog] Social Media Training: Leading You Through The Digital Landscape
    Here are some nice things my clients have said: Alicia provided me with some bespoke training in blogging and web updating. Services business blog training Facebook for business Facebook training Internet Marketing Services LinkedIn profiles and training Social Media and Internet Marketing social media for business social media presentations social media support services social media workshops Twitter trainingSocial media and online marketing can be scary, frustrating and time consuming – but it doesn’t have to be! You can get the answers to your specific questions.
    [Blog] Growing your Small Business in social networks
    One way to find new customers is paying for ads on Facebook or Twitter as a way to increase the number of followers and likes to promote blogs. Social networks offer many benefits to business owners. The evolution of different social platforms like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn means you need to be updated both about the general, and the specific aspects of each channel to meet your business goals in social media.  To take advantage of these channels you should stay updated and informed about updates, as well as understand each platform. Know what is fashionable. Save time.
    [Blog] How to Use Niche Publishers to Drive Revenue
    We’ve attended all kinds of conferences—from pet blogging events to fitness blogger conferences—and they’ve all been useful in their own way. It’s no secret that affiliate programs are a great way to get your brand out there. What’s not to like about using other people’s networks to attract new clients and users? But unfortunately, if you pick the wrong affiliates, this strategy can also be a huge waste of time and money. So how do you know the difference? The Dangers of a Discount Mentality. The most common way to build affiliate networks is to use discount sites. Well, not necessarily.
    [Blog] Facebook Tracked the Super Bowl in Real Time
    The post Facebook Tracked the Super Bowl in Real Time appeared first on Jugnoo Blog. Facebook tracked the Super Bowl in real time as it happened on Facebook. The Seahawks beat the Broncos in a 43-8 win. Over 50 million people joined the conversation to talk about the event on the platform. Facebook editors tallied up all the posts, comments and likes related to the Super Bowl conversation, which generated about 185 million interactions overall. Social Media Social Media Management Social Media Presence Facebook social media superbowl
    [Blog] What Keeps The Chief Marketing Officer Awake At Night? - Part 2
    It is everything from their personal profiles (think about LinkedIn and Facebook) to what they''re thinking (look at blogs, Twitter , Pinterest and beyond). The Chief Marketing Officer must better understand how information is created, stored, shared and capitalized upon. There is a strange default position that most businesspeople (mostly marketers) take when they don''t understand why something is happening in the business world. How could Facebook buy Instagram for close to a billion dollars? What was Yahoo thinking when they acquired Tumblr for nearly the same amount? but more of it.
    [Blog] Frock Swap: Saying goodbye to my Joy skirt
    After some time spent pondering, I decided upon this mint green pleated tulle skirt from Joy. I’ve featured this skirt on the blog before (where it looked almost neon in the pics…but it’s not) and I absolutely love it to bits…until it’s on me. As most of you know, I’m doing the 100 day spending ban (clothes, makeup and skincare) with a few other fashion and personal style bloggers and they very kindly invited me to take part in their annual frock swap too, to ease the pain of the spending ban! Erica , Donna  and  Charlotte  are my Frock Swap buddies.
    [Blog] Are You Happy?
    It would be fantastic if this discussion, on your blog and others, made just a few bosses out there consider how to appropriately manage their staff (person by person), so that their happiness and wellbeing are held in the highest regard. Now, I need to post it on my blog and share it with others!) I was so happy to have had the chance to see this happen. And am so thrilled that you have blogged this important reminder for us all! Shannon Pauls Very Official Blog Spin Sucks TopRank Online Marketing Blog Writing Boots - David Murray Love WUL? Keep it coming!
    [Blog] Do You Need a Pinterest Consultant? Interview with Jade Craven of dPS
    The only difference is that you are curating content over the long term via multiple boards, instead of curating content for a single blog post or page. spent my first four months pinning the archives from the top ten photography blogs. I’d do a lot of extra work on top of what I was getting paid to do, because I wanted us to have an account that was industry-leading. follow the blogs in Google reader, and skim through the list of updates. If a user finds your blog through Pinterest, will they expect your blog to look gorgeous? Who has time for all this?!”
    [Blog] Social Media Optimization 3 Steps to Tweeting with a Purpose
    The ability to easily curate content using the browser bookmarklet. I can find an interesting blog post, and send it out in about 3 seconds. This is very handy for people that tweet new blog posts more than once (like me). Social media optimization gives you the ability to not waste bullets. Every tweet and status update has a cost associated with it. Perhaps not a direct financial cost, but a real, and at times considerable labor cost. Alternatively, it’s time you could be spending watching Project Runway. Or hanging out with your kids. Or making fun of Lebron.
    [Blog] How a Volcano Created a World-Class Social Media Program for KLM Airlines
    After the panic, we decided to be frank about it and to write a blog to explain what happened and to apologize.” Tweetable Moments If you are afraid to fail, then don’t start on social. Karlijn1903 Tweet This Social Service on Social Media Karlijn Vogel-Meijer  joins the Social Pros Podcast this week, live from  Social Media Marketing World  in San Diego. Karlijn manages social media at KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines), which is no small task, as KLM gets about 60,000 mentions per week on social media. And KLM’s huge social media customer service team is  different than the phone team.
    [Blog] World's Greatest Salesperson contest by Ogilvy
    Advertisement blog comments powered by Disqus Top Videos Previous Entry Promoted Tweets: the Marketing Industry Insights Next Entry Facebook takes over the Internet SMC QUOTE “.As It’s really interesting how the campaign will develop and how many people will submit the videos, but it’s definitely one to follow. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. powerful as it is, technology is just an enabler. smcitizens ] — October 8th via Twitter Comments ?????? on Interview with Social Media Citizen: Johan Ronnestam ?????? Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional | Valid CSS 3
    [Blog] New tool for Social Media Citizens – Social Campaign
    Advertisement blog comments powered by Disqus Top Videos Previous Entry Saying Thank You to Your Customers Next Entry Is Facebook building the new community-driven question-and-answer platform? Home Content RSS Log in Social Media Citizens Home Case Studies Reports SMC List TOP Lists Video Consulting Portfolio New tool for Social Media Citizens – Social Campaign June 15th, 2010 by Giedrius Ivanauskas Leave a reply » Share Just some quick news. I’ve accidently approached this new social media tool developed by Crowd Factory called Social Campaign. SMC QUOTE “.As Valid XHTML 1.0
    [Blog] Research Methods 'Beyond Google' :: Inside Higher Ed :: Higher Education's Source for News, Views and Jobs
    Blogs. Friday. June 27, 2008. Sign up. Views. FOR JOB SEEKERS. POST A JOB. FOR EMPLOYERS. About us. Audioconferences. Contact us. Advertisement. ); Advertisement. ); Print this page. mail this page. News, Views and Careers for All of Higher Education. June 17. Research Methods ‘Beyond Google’ When “Google” has become a synonym for “research,” how should faculty respond? And if the answer doesn’t lie in musty books and stacks of journals, are libraries still part of the answer? Looking for a job? FEATURED EMPLOYERS. Related stories. mail Print.
    [Blog] Pause for A Moment: Social Media Can Wait
    More Blog Promotion Tips. Construction of the new World Trade Center 1. I’m sure you are just as busy hustling, creating, and curating your way to success as I am. But for just a moment, let’s pause and honor the memories of the men and women who died on 9/11. Let’s pray for the families who must live with their loss. Also remember the brave men and women who fight to preserve our freedoms. Don’t worry. Social media can wait. Social Media
    [Blog] The 5 Elements of Authoritative Content
    The same thing applies to mainstream blogs like ChrisBrogan , SethGodin , ZenHabits , LateralAction , and so on. These blogs are not authoritative because they have hit the mainstream, no. Blogs, in most cases, are read because of the fresh perspective the authors bring to their chosen niches. Blogging would have been a joke if not for this key factor. It is the totality of your knowledge base as a writer, and the unique insight gained as a result of learning about a concept, that makes blogs worth reading. 2. business development blog. of MADphilips.
    [Blog] Roadmap to a Bloggers’ Roundtable
    After taking roll call, the host, who is typically the organization’s spokesman, introduces the experts and lays out the guidelines (for example, everything’s on the record, use mute when you’re not talking, state your name and the name of your blog before speaking, etc.). blogs at No Straw Men. *A murder board is when people pose sample questions to someone (usually someone testifying before Congress). Bloggers’ roundtables have been around for a while. They’re especially popular for  book clubs , with the  Department of Defense , and  among politicians. Avoid attachments.
    [Blog] How to Harness the Elusive Power of SEO
    Why you don’t necessarily need to write a blog to have great SEO. Mythbusters: SEO Edition. At Stone Temple consulting, the main areas of focus are content marketing, search engine optimization, and social media. As CEO and founder of the company, Eric Enge is charged with responsibilities like determining the future of the industry and a vision for the company and its clients, making Eric an authority on the aforementioned subjects. Breaking it down in clear, mathematical, and data-supported ways, Eric explains how most of us have historically had SEO all wrong.
    [Blog] Twitter Not Effective For Law Firms–Not So Fast!
    Larry Bodine , legal marketing professional and creator of the LawMarketing Listserv , wrote an entry on his blog titled “Twitter Not Effective For Law Firms.” As you might guess with a title like that, Larry’s blog entry has been shared by more than a few on Twitter. Nancy-cont’d) GC also aren’t camped on your blog, or waiting w/baited breath 4 ur next email or phone call, so you go out & offer… (Nancy-cont’d).something Larry posted it on Twitter, and on his listserv, taking advantage of multiple marketing media that exist. Daniel) Fair pt.
    Larry Bodine , legal marketing professional and creator of the LawMarketing Listserv , wrote an entry on his blog titled “Twitter Not Effective For Law Firms.” As you might guess with a title like that, Larry’s blog entry has been shared by more than a few on Twitter. Nancy-cont’d) GC also aren’t camped on your blog, or waiting w/baited breath 4 ur next email or phone call, so you go out & offer… (Nancy-cont’d).something Larry posted it on Twitter, and on his listserv, taking advantage of multiple marketing media that exist. Daniel) Fair pt.
    [Blog] Here a friend, there a friend, everywhere a friend, friend.
    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 « So ya wanna start a blog. This blog looks at trends in media and marketing, as these industries grapple with the changes being brought on by disruptive technologies, new business imperatives and the rise of the empowered consumer. In it, I present 24 signature posts from my first two years of blogging. Feel free to share 4 & 20 Blog Posts with your friends and colleagues. Main | Friendster?
    [Blog] Greg Verdino: What are your plans for 2010? How about for Dec 16th.
    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 « Friendster? Main | Break dot blog until 2010 » What are your plans for 2010? This blog looks at trends in media and marketing, as these industries grapple with the changes being brought on by disruptive technologies, new business imperatives and the rise of the empowered consumer. In it, I present 24 signature posts from my first two years of blogging. For real. How about for Dec 16th, 2009?
    [Blog] What Flossing Taught Me About Success
    write daily (be it for this blog or for my new book with Julien Smith , for articles for Entrepreneur Magazine or Success magazine, or for other projects like my blog topics newsletter. I think a little too often about flossing my teeth. It’s a really unfun thing to do. No one gives you a medal for doing it. People rarely talk about it (for good reason). And yet, it’s an interesting way to think about success. When you floss your teeth, it’s something you do for a few minutes a day that keeps your teeth clean and your gums strong. Writing has become a practice.
  • JUGNOO  |  TUESDAY, MAY 13, 2014
    [Blog] Pinterest Ads: Women Dominate!
    Jugnoo Blog: Where social listening meets social engagement - trends that matter in social media marketing management. appeared first on Jugnoo Blog : Social Listening & Engagement. Pinterest is now selling ads, where Promoted Pins will start appearing in users’ search and category feeds. They are calling it a test but it is suspected this is the beginning of a major rollout for the social media platform. For brands, Pinterest is of particular interest because it is dominated by females, as you can see in the graph below: The post Pinterest Ads: Women Dominate!
    [Blog] Seth Godin: The Connection Economy
    Seth Godin: The Connection Economy originally appeared on Jugnoo Blog - Social Media is a Business: Social Media Presence Management under a Creative Commons license. The post Seth Godin: The Connection Economy appeared first on Jugnoo Blog. Video of Seth Godin from the ASUG Keynote at Sapphire Now – talking about his Connection Economy: This post contains a video. If you can''t see it displayed properly in your feed, click here to view it directly. Marketing Social Media Management Social Media Presence connection economy
    [Blog] Social Media’s Redheaded Stepchild
    Additionally, the “company page” pulls in a feed from an organization’s blog, and also it aggregates, from across the web, various news items mentioning an organization and/or brand. Complete your profile to 100 percent completeness (adding some interesting things about yourself and your interests), join some groups, add your blog or Twitter account (however, be mindful of the tweets you share), update your status, and most importantly of all, visit the damn site with some level of frequency. This is a guest post from  Larry Jones. Image: Wikipedia. What makes it ‘social?’”.
    [Blog] How To Create Link Bait Content
    Throughout my blogging career, I’ve worked hard on my writing style. I’ve improved over time, and I’m at a point now where I believe I have perfected my ability to write link bait articles. The thing I love about link baiting is that it allows your blog to build some quality backlinks and increase search rank over time. It also means additional targeted traffic is attracted to your blog, which can mean more subscribers. He recorded the entire confrontation, and posted it on his blog. Do you style your social media accounts to look like your blog?
    [Blog] What I Learned From Liars and Journalists, and How it Made Me a Better Blogger
    Trust Me, I’m Lying – Confessions of a Media Manipulator is the title of Ryan Holiday’s new book about the tactics cutting-edge bloggers use to drive hundreds of thousands of viewers to their blogs, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Ryan, author of controversial posts like  The Top 5 Performing American Apparel Ads, And How They Get PR For Free (NSFW) , is the Director of Marketing at American Apparel, and is a self-proclaimed “media manipulator.” He has made a high-flying career serving irresistible blog content to places like the Huffington Post, Gawker, and Jezebel.
  • LOUIS GRAY  |  MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011
    [Blog] SB Nation's History, Philosophy & What to Expect from Tech
    I was elated to read overnight that many former Engadget staffers had joined forces to continue their craft in a new home - teaming up with SB Nation , currently home to more than 300 sports blogs spanning professional and amateur teams around the world. For those who don't know the history, the first blog to pioneer SB Nation was Athletics Nation , a baseball-centric blog covering the Oakland Athletics. The blog came about as Tyler Bleszinski , longtime A's fan and sufferer (as am I) couldn't find a place online to vent about the team in good times and bad.
  • FEVER BEE  |  SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2012
    [Blog] Access Levels And New Features
    For most communities, I'd remove document creation, blog posts, polls, events, ideas, videos, and anything else that distracts from creating discussions. Take a look at this image below: That's a LOT of things a member can do.    Needless to say, most communities don't need any of these. It's only once the discussions are going that you might want to consider adding new features. For now, it's a distraction.    Even better, why not gradually let members have access to more features the more they have participated?
    [Blog] Organize a Social Approach to Helping Your Kids
    Follow Parenting Blogs. Another great way to use social media to keep your kids entertained while school is out is by following parenting blogs. number of parent’s blog about raising their children, including all of the activities and events that go along with the process. Most parenting blogs coincide with school breaks and summer breaks, which make them an extremely helpful resource when you’re looking for activities and ideas. Luckily, social media is the perfect resource when it comes to finding activities to keep your kids busy during school breaks.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2011
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: History-Making Events
    If you’re using Google+, I highly recommend you read and implement this blog post from Chris Penn. This blog post by Valeria Maltoni is a really good summation of her reaction to Sheryl Sandberg’s New Yorker article (below). Happy Friday! For those of us in the U.S. it really should be Thursday. love short weeks! So it’s been a week since Google+ launched and it’s starting to grow on me. think it’s going to (finally) kill email. Now I can update my work, friends, family, or 16 zillion other Circles, just like I would with email, but much more quickly.
    [Blog] Social Media Mania Has A Brand Upside.
    We have tweets, updates, blog posts flying at us from all angles. It is so hard to live in the moment. realised today I had the TV on to watch the US Open, music playing - all whilst on the computer. Its crazy! It's social media mania. Professor Thomas Hylland Eriksen calls this the 'tyranny of the moment.a hysterical series of saturated moments'. However, for any problem there is a business opportunity. Can you distill all the information out there on your area and summarise for people? Can you recognise what is the true value of your product for a customer saturated by noise? relaxed?
    [Blog] Taking A Stock Of Real Time Search Hype
    NYT blog vs some less popular blog on politics), People Authority (i.e. During the start of this year some of us predicted that Twitter would challenge Google in real time search and Google would ‘pagerank’ and ‘map’ people’s influence. Another common prediction was that Google would buy Twitter. While rumors of a Google acquisition of Twitter were apparently off base, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the companies strike up a formal collaboration or partnership. At first, my team laughed and did not believe me.
    [Blog] Taking A Stock Of Real Time Search Hype
    NYT blog vs some less popular blog on politics), People Authority (i.e. During the start of this year some of us predicted that Twitter would challenge Google in real time search and Google would ‘pagerank’ and ‘map’ people’s influence. Another common prediction was that Google would buy Twitter. While rumors of a Google acquisition of Twitter were apparently off base, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the companies strike up a formal collaboration or partnership. At first, my team laughed and did not believe me.
    [Blog] How to: Build your Band of Brand Loyalists
    For example, IBM has over 5 unique tumblr blogs, where they pump out different content on a daily or weekly basis. It’s easy to find someone to sponsor your brand and your brand content, but to find someone who will do it without a paycheck, now that’s when you’re in the loyalist category. Loyalists are excited about news from the brand, new content put out, they follow them on social channels, they are advocates on behalf of the brand, and they are current customers. In turn, those loyalists will inspire others to consider the brand. Impressive. 3. Take pointers. 5.
  • JUGNOO  |  FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2012
    [Blog] TGIF at Jugnoo – Fun Friday
    Here at Jugnoo there is a lot of creativity that usually presents itself in the form of blog posts, videos or fun contests. TGIF at Jugnoo – Fun Friday originally appeared on Jugnoo Social CRM and Social Marketing Blog - making your business social under a Creative Commons license. ?. The first of May is many things to many people: May Day; a psychological ‘end to winter’; and, for many at college or university, the first official day of summer break. Here at Jugnoo headquarters May 1   marked an influx of new hires and interns. Everyone is really nice.” Hmmmm.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2012
    [Blog] The 10 Rules of Social Media Engagement
    You want time to blog, too, after all. 9. Whether it’s a book you’re selling or a blog you need people to visit, make sure you plug yourself from time to time. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Matthew Turner of Turndog Millionaire. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a set of universal social media rules? The internet is full of social media wisdom, but what if we had 10 rules of engagement? If you’re reading this, you’re probably a writer of some kind. The 10 rules of social media engagement. Be consistent.
    [Blog] Building Up a Small Business Through Social Media
    Facebook page and a blog complete their social media activity. Tweet Last week I attended the international J. Boye web-conference in Aarhus, Denmark to learn more about how organisations around the world embrace the opportunities offered by social media. Here, I stumbled across an interesting case from a little Chicago-based cupcake-manufacturer who has made social media their main marketing-tool. Short Presentation. Foiled Cupcakes was established in 2009 after the popular TV-show Sex and the City had made cupcake-sales explode in New York. Building Social Business. Facilitate fun. 3.
    [Blog] Remarkable Way to Assess Your Brand Strength
    Can you use video’s, can you use social media marketing, can you use blog posts to show the reasons why your brand should be chosen…not because you believe it is great but because you demonstrate the right reasons the customer needs your brand. Marketing is simple and YOU can do it because you create reasons in all walks of your life. When you apply for a job, when you want someone to give you a salary in return for your time, you send a CV to the prospective firm. Does that make sense? Do you think the employer has a right to look at your credentials, skills and experience?
    [Blog] Social Media Case Study: Music (Hoodie Allen)
    This was a collection of music bloggers that aggregated mp3s via blog posts.  Situation: Two college buddies, both big music fans, decide to collaborate on one last music project before they become working stiffs.  Both were graduating seniors with corporate job offers waiting for them.  For RJ Ferguson and Steven “Hoodie Allen” Markowitz, what came next was completely unexpected. Action: They ended up releasing their song free online; it was titled “You are not a robot”.  They targeted music bloggers who were active on The Hype Machine ( ).  The corporate day job? 
    [Blog] The ‘Hacking Continuum’…
    How does that change if instead of reading blogs and social networks, you only see mainstream media reports? It’s times like this when I curse my graphical ineptitude, because a nice infographic might actually make more sense here – so if any artistic designer types are reading and fancy helping? Basically what I want to plot out is the ‘hacking continuum’ that seems to have evolved over the last 50 years. The history of the word ‘hacking’ The term ‘hacking’ came out of the MIT Tech Model Railroad Club and Artificial Intelligence Labs.
    [Blog] A Quick way to Get More Facebook Likes for Your Facebook Page
    probably wouldn’t do it on my photography blog where my readers are not as familiar with my name but on the ProBlogger page which is more of a personal brand it is something I’m happy to do (given my face is all over the Facebook Page). 2. Recently while on Facebook I came across a quick technique for growing your Facebook page likes that was shared in a private Facebook group that I’m a part of. It came from Helen Edwards from Recycled Interiors (thanks Helen) and I think would be particularly useful for anyone with a smaller to medium-sized Facebook page.
    [Blog] Photo: The Social Media Book Bubble - The Steve Rubel Stream
    In the end, I dont buy marketing books cause all I find in them is what I read weeks or even months earlier on blogs. Steve is using Posterous to post everything online. Shouldnt you? Steve Rubel owns this site 5,034 subscribers The Steve Rubel Stream 11 Aug 2009 Photo: The Social Media Book Bubble I shot the photo above last weekend at my local bookstore. Barnes and Noble is featuring a special table of titles devoted to social media. When I first spotted the table I did a double take. Wow, is there a social media book bubble? From the looks of it, maybe. Who knows. Whats your view?
    [Blog] Twitter Changes the Social Data Ecosystem
    Other data providers There are other companies in the social data business, mainly those specializing in collecting data from blogs and forums. Today''s announcement that Twitter is buying Gnip raises big questions about the market for social media data. While it''s too early to know how things will fall out, the deal changes the shape of the playing field for everyone involved—publishers, data resellers, software developers, and corporate customers. Gnip competes with other Twitter partners, and Twitter competes with other Gnip partners. Social media analysis twitter
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Key Takeaways from #SMAZ
    Blogging / Writing. The keys to rapid blog content creation – whether you are just starting out or looking to grow your ideas bank, these are great tips for any blogger. Diary of a wimpy blogger – how to go from wimpy to fierce in the blogging world. 24 blog optimization tips to attract search engines and readers – great tips to get an overall boost to traffic. How to build reputation with a blog: create value and be patient – a continuation of a great series on building reputation through blogging. Blogs. Facebook. Photo.
    [Blog] EXCLUSIVE: Mobile Commerce Reveals Top Mobile Searches For 2011
    Google knows this, which it has quietly and cleverly informed us via its Webmaster Central Blog about its new Googlebot-Mobile. The announcement from Google software engineer Yoshikiyo Kato (and detailed in this blog post ) explains how the addition is aimed at making the search process easier for mobile users. Look for Steve Page’s own regular analysis here at MobileGroove, and follow mobile search developments at the Mobile Commerce blog. Mobile Commerce deals with 3.6 billion searches a year in the U.K. and the U.S., operator portals alone. As of November 2011 48.1
    [Blog] Nine Books to Give as Holiday Gifts
    If you’ve been a reader of this blog for a while, it won’t come as a surprise that I love “ Predictable Success &# and its author  Les McKeown (but don’t tell him that).  A book written for company leaders, it talks about the trials and tribulations every company experiences at different levels. If you shop like Martin Waxman , you have four (and a half) more shopping days. And Amazon is offering shipping that will get you your gifts on time if you order by Wednesday. It will save you time and a trip to the mall. You’re welcome. Business. This is normal.
    [Blog] Stories Die When There Is No Experience With It
    They publish Blog posts, they create videos on YouTube , they tweet and push people to "like" them on Facebook in hopes that something "viral" happens. Transmedia is all the rage these days. So too is Digital Storytelling. The idea seems both plausible and realistic: extend your brand into as many different media channels and platforms that the public can bear. In best case scenarios, include the consumer in the creation and/or collaboration of these activities. Does it work? better question may be: "how can it not work?" Twitter fascinates me. Stories die.
    [Blog] Steve
    In case you didn't know, I rarely mention brands, products or services, but my MacBook Air is such an amazing computer that I was actually considering writing a Blog post review of my laptop (and, as someone who changes their computer more times than I care to admit, that is really saying something). Do you remember being in your teens and buying a ticket to a concert? I was (and still am) a huge fan of music. People often forget that a lot of the joy derived from the concert experience is actually in the waiting, anticipation and getting ready for the big day. Old habits die hard.
    [Blog] The Myth of Reputation
    When I started Blog Topics , people wrote angry posts stating that I was evil for selling this, and that topics exist everywhere for free. At the same time those posts were being labored over, hundreds of people subscribed to Blog Topics and are still subscribed, getting weekly writing advice. We worry about our reputation. How are we perceived? What do people say about us? If we’re not around, what gets said differently? The trick is that reputation comes from the perspectives of others, and as such, it’s not ours to worry about. The Myth of Reputation.
    [Blog] Creating categories and definitions by doing, not debating
    Or I do: Writing, Journalism, Blogging, Natural SEO, Paid SEO, PPC, Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Training, Tutoring, Affiliate Management, Community Management, Analytics, Either way, it means I should need the world’s biggest business cards. I don’t. I just read a post by Peep Laja which talked about the old advice of inventing a new category to be able to charge more for your products than just slotting into a predefined definition, followed by a post by Neville Hobson on an attempt to redefine what PR means. write for other people’s projects. Buffer.
    [Blog] Silk dress from Oaks with Michael Kors sandals
    If you’re thinking of going to Santorini, check out my blog post about my favourite things to do in Santorini. Another outfit post from our holiday in Santorini…last one. wore a lovely silk dress from Oaks Boutique (it had gotten too dark to take a pic with me wearing it) with some snakeskin Michael Kors heeled sandals and one of my (very very old) Prada handbags. Oaks is a great place for silk dresses and tops…check out their store in Roundhay (or the sale store in Chapel Allerton) to see their full range…they usually have some great pieces in lots of colours.
  • TWITIP  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2010
    [Blog] Not all ReTweets are Created Equal
    ReTweet from the Source Many blogs, news websites and magazines have a re-tweet option built right into the site. But plz help me more clearly… July 27, 2010 Black Media Properties @mrcaltweet great article Tia…I couldn’t have said it better myself…:) August 13, 2010 Dating for parents Many blogs, news sites and magazines have the option to re-tweet directly integrated into the site. Why ReTweet? When you retweet, you are re-sharing something that is already on Twitter to your followers, who may not have seen it. Here are some ways to become better at it.
    [Blog] An Intelligent Approach to Influence Measurement
    Anyone who follows my blog knows that I’m not a big fan of Klout , or any service that oversimplifies the complex process of assessing online influence by boiling it down to a single number. However, I do think it’s important that organizations be able to understand the online influence of people they want to build relationships with. Awareness Networks just announced a tool that takes an intelligent and customized approach to influence assessment. Awareness goes a step further by combining public profile data with conversation topics to create prospect databases.
    [Blog] Economic Disruption: We’ve Seen This Before
    Live-blogging from the IBM Watson University Symposium at Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management. . Closing Remarks By Martin Fleming, IBM Chief Economist. If we look at the global economy over the last 250 years, we’ve seen five waves of technology change: Industrial Revolution. Age of Steam and Railways. Age of Steel, Electricity and Heavy Engineering. Age of Oil, Automobiles and Mass Production. Age of Information and Telecommunication. The Next Big Thing. The series is underwritten by IBM Midsize Business , but the content is entirely my own.
    [Blog] Five Things to Consider when Producing Vine Videos
    Create storyboards: Like any other brand content, for example blog content, your team should plan ahead on the what the message will be, whether it’s part of a series,  how it folds into the larger marketing effort, etc. It might be great for Twitter and your blog, but perhaps not Facebook and LinkedIn. Vine videos are not just any video content; they require specific expertise and care when producing them in order to cater to the vine audience as well as the mainstream audience. Others could probably use a little more “finesse” as you would put it.
    [Blog] Frustrated by Blogger’s Block? Try this Exercise!
    Feeling frustrated today about a lack of ideas to write about on your blog? Acknowledge and work with those feelings, and you’ll be blogging with empathy—not only solving problems, but making emotional connections with your readers. You might get some hints in the comments section of your blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. If so, you’re not alone. Here’s another technique that I use to overcome it. couple of weeks ago I wrote a post here on ProBlogger that gave a tip for fighting blogger’s block. Here’s a way forward.
    [Blog] 37 Speakers To See at State of Search 2014
    Now, 10 years later, I’m writing a post on my blog about the State of Search, an awesome conference where DFWSEM is pulling in nationally-known speakers for a two day conference about search. After all these years, I still cannot believe that it’s come this far. Back in 2004, I hand-picked about 16 of the best Search Marketers in Dallas to join me at a hotel conference room to talk about search. It cost me $87 to rent that conference room for a few hours that evening, and DFWSEM was born. Be sure to see my session if you have anything to do with organic search. Christi Olson.
    [Blog] Day 11: People of color impacting the social web – Mike Street #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 11 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Mike Street Twitter: @streetforce1 Website/Blog: Bio Mike Street is the Senior Digital Strategist for Syndicate Media Group. 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. How can we use technology to close the digital divide?
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2010
    [Blog] #FollowFriday: Doug Davidoff
    Arment Dietrich Overview Expertise Resources Gini Dietrich News Media Center Careers Contact Follow US Facebook Linkedin RSS Feed Twitter YouTube Share Categories Communication Social Media Advertising Entrepreneur SEO Marketing Marketplace COMMUNICATION / SOCIAL MEDIA / ADVERTISING / ENTREPRENEUR / SEO / MARKETING Aug 20 2010 #FollowFriday: Doug Davidoff By Gini Dietrich | Email | Print | 3 Comments | If you own a business, lead a business, want to own or lead a business someday, or are in sales or business development, then The Fast Growth blog is a must read. Blog Roll Book Rec.
    [Blog] What Jay Z Can Teach You About Building a Brand
    Every piece of content you create—blog post, Slideshare, infographic, video, even conference presentation—is like a musical artist’s new single or album. Love him or hate him, you can’t deny that Jay Z is a super savvy businessman with a hint of swagger—maybe a bit more than a hint. (I’m in the love camp, myself.) As a musician, he boasts a record-breaking discography and sold-out tours—including a recent mega tour with wife Beyoncé, which was filmed for HBO. Forbes estimates his net worth this year at $550 million. Jay Z” is a household name with what amounts to an entertainment empire.
    [Blog] Personal Marketing with Canadian Pet Connection
    They take that same family-friendliness online, where the Canadian Pet Connection blog is full of great pet advice as well as featured people and local businesses; their Facebook Page is a fun mix of advice, questions and best Christmas films for pets(!); and their Twitter stream is a constant of chat, tips and facts. How are you influenced? By adverts? Marketing campaigns? Email blasts? Word-of-mouth? little bit of each? How about personal marketing? know I would. Case in point – pet health nutritionists Canadian Pet Connection ( disclosure – client ). Customers in Canada?
    [Blog] An Ocean Rower’s Top Tips for Happiness and Meaning
    Yes, I know this is a business blog, so why am I writing about fluffy stuff like happiness and meaning? Well, actually, happiness and meaning DO matter, in all kinds of contexts, and that  includes business. Want to grow a great business? Give it meaning. Understand WHY you are doing it. That authenticity and sense of purpose will ripple out through every aspect of what you do. If you haven’t already seen it at least 5 times, watch Simon Sinek’s TED Talk: Start With Why.  . In my experience, it really helps to have. An internal Why (your personal quest for self-improvement, for example).
    [Blog] Hello world!
    Edit or delete it, then start blogging Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post.
    [Blog] “Your Cheatin’ Heart”: Why Transparency Should Matter
    He blogs at  A Professor’s Thoughts , and he’d love for you to talk to him on  Twitter. I frequently voice my opinion on behalf of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) on ethics, in particular on the issue of “transparency.”. What set me off recently was an article in the Boston Globe about the Super PACs and their impact/effect on the voting public. Note: The Globe chose not to print my letter, but I’m not giving up!). Of particular note are articles relating to “free flow of information.”. If I had to choose one word that, in my mind, describes this act, it would be deceit.
    [Blog] How Fast Company Confused Ego with Influence
    link] The History of Influencer Theory on the Social Web | Geoff Livingston's Blog [.] learn alot from your tweets and blogs and that is more influential than anything! We all operate in our own best interests sometimes, like Tamsen wrote here on the blog a few days back. But I really think they missed the mark with The Influence Project , in a big way, and confused the idea of “influence&# with ego. To me, influence isn’t about popularity. Or even reach. That last bit is key. Spread the word about a charity? Seriously, Fast Company? Or even reach. Thanks.
    [Blog] HTC Desire Review: The Digitall and the Digicool
    This thought comes from Scott Gould 's thinking blog for thinking people. I spent some time recently with the HTC Desire with my new reviewer hat on, not just wanting to say how I feel products are, but also how they affect our lives. Right now, I am using an old style phone, you know – the ones without predictive text, internet, and touch screens – and it is amazing to see how many habits I have picked up because I’ve been using the iPhone for two years. So let’s being: The Digitall Review. Don’t confuse us. This is an important point for anyone these days.
    [Blog] Which Marketing Channel Is Most Important?
    Your blog. Guest blogging. Online marketing is getting more and more complicated every day. You have more channels for marketing your message, products, and services than you’ve ever had in your life, but which ones are the most important? When it comes to marketing online, here are a few of the channels you have at your disposal right now, today. YouTube. Twitter. Facebook. LinkedIn. Google+ (still in beta, by invitation only). The search engines – Bing and Google organic listings. Pay per click ads. Article directories (yes, they still work). Squidoo. Knol pages.
    [Blog] Do You Protect Your Content?
    First, you should put a copyright notice on your blog or website. His blog post is a good read. Content scrapers have become a huge nuisance online. They’ve always been a problem, but since anyone can now have a robot that crawls the Web, anyone can effectively have a content scraper. Note that I don’t believe that simply owning a robot makes you a content scraper. So how do you protect your content from the content scrapers? Let the content scrapers know that you are aware of your rights and that you intend to pursue legal action if necessary.
    [Blog] Google To Rebrand Picasa, Blogger
    The proposed new name of Blogger is Google Blogs. I’m not sure I like that. So if Blogger isn’t going to change in nature, will changing the name to Google Blogs make much of a difference among those who use it? I’d say probably not. Mashable is reporting that Google is planning to rebrand two of its largest Web products – Picasa and Blogger. The rebranding supposedly is taking place in concert with the public launch of Google +. Here’s my question: Why? understand rebranding Picasa. It’s new name will be Google Photos. But what about Blogger?
    [Blog] 3 Ways Facebook is Killing Your Website | Social Media Marketing.
    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 R.I.P. 3 Ways Facebook is Killing Your Website August 3rd, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet The game used to be relatively simple. Do you join in, and try to engage your customers there, or try to pull them out of their Facebooking to go to your static site or unlinked blog?
    [Blog] Bolongaro Trevor Leeds Party
    must admit, I took full advantage of our discount on the evening and bought quite a few items. I’ll show them off soon on the blog. I popped along to Bolongaro Trevor in Leeds the other evening to check out their party and hang out with some of my fave fashion bloggers. If you don’t already know about Bolongaro Trevor, the label was created by British designers Kait Bolongaro and Stuart Trevor , founders and former designers behind All Saints. Stuart Trevor was Head of Menswear at Reiss for seven years before he founded All Saints in 1994. Kait Bolongaro joined him in 1996. They
    [Blog] Weekly Roundup: From eBay to Heresy
    Why: Shakirah is one of the best writers I’ve come across in a long time (which is why I love that she’s part of the WUL blogging team). Calculate your blogging ROI in 9 steps , by Jay Baer. Today is July 31. You know what that means, right? We are more than halfway through 2011. Where did it go? How much progress have you made towards your annual goals? Or are you already looking ahead? While you start thinking about that, here are some posts that made me think, laugh and happy. conversion-making website changes you can make right now , by Shakirah Dawud. postlink%%.
    [Blog] Getting Familiar with Facebook Marketing Tactics
    Initially, you can increase awareness about your Facebook page by notifying followers on other social media platforms and linking to your page from your company website and blog. Treating Facebook like the other major social media platforms can be a costly mistake for companies trying to establish their presence online. Facebook comes with a unique set of features; you must ensure your content strategy is working with these tools, rather than against them. Simply pasting the same social updates across all your social media accounts won’t cut it. How to Gather More Page Likes.
    [Blog] @YourDad is Now Following you on Twitter
    That is, until I remembered meeting Kyle at Blog Indiana 2010, and seeing his “Twitter Marketing for Dummies” book at the bookstore. When she’s not doing any of that, she’ll be writing at her blog, IndyNikonGal , or on , and tweeting in her corner of the internet @indynikongal. A Story of How a 20-something Girl Got Her Much Older Dad on Twitter. Hah, no, my dad’s Twitter handle is not @YourDad, and if it was that would be a little creepy. But he’s there, tweeting away on his computer and his iPhone, and I’m the one that helped him get there.
    [Blog] 5 Content Marketing Best Practices
    Be bold – Don’t be timid on your blog. You can’t escape the content marketing craze. If you are marketing online, then you are engaging in content marketing. But how do you go about it? There are some recognized best practices with regard to content marketing. Today I’m going to share 5 of those best practices. So here they are. Keep it simple – Content doesn’t have to be “heady.” ” It’s best to keep it simple. Do your research up front – Gather up your resources for multiple articles on the same topic.
    [Blog] Google Places Rocks!
    Google’s Lat Long blog has announced some upgrades to Google Places recently. If you’ve been wondering just when Google Places was going to get its act together and starting being social in a social media world, it’s time to relax. They’re actually getting there. For the record, I’ve kind of been wondering myself. Just when is Google Places going to allow you to do more than list your business and rate other businesses in a website environment that looks like it was built in 1998? Well, take a look at Google Places now. really like that feature!
    [Blog] Is Twitter A Soapbox Or A Sponge Rack?
    There are times when you’ll want to listen – as in when one of your followers is giving you important feedback on your product or when an industry leader is discussing a new trend – and then there are times when you’ll want to stand up and crow, such as when you have won a prestigious industry award or you have a new blog post. Anyone who has used Twitter knows that you can use it for any number of purposes. Some people are so prolific in using Twitter that you could appropriately call it their soapbox. They sound off about everything. My take: It’s both.
    [Blog] Investor markets demonstrate faith in Apple’s product development ability
    Subscribe to further updates from our blog. Analysts at US investments firm Cantor Fitzgerald last week predicted that Apple will become the world’s first $1 trillion company before the end of the year. This anticipated jump in the value of Apple’s stock (to $180 per share) would take the company to more than twice the size of the next biggest public company (Exxon Mobil) and to almost more than three times the size of Google. There are many sceptics about the likely commercial success of wearables and even more so driverless cars.
    [Blog] Man Behind The Curtain & Saying Goodbye to my Hair Extensions
    This weekend has been all about getting ready to go on holiday (including welcoming my mother-in-law who’s house sitting) and catching up on blog posts – check out Architect’s new Blow Dry Bar/Up-do Service in Headingley and drool over to some pics from Zucco in Meanwood. I’m happy to report too that the 100 Day Spending Ban is going well! I’m now two weeks in and I’m feeling really quite free! Hello hello…happy Sunday everyone. We We went to The Man Behind The Curtain with friends this week for some gastronomic loveliness.
    [Blog] Austria and Social Media – A Digital Native's Perspective - Danny.
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs Austria and Social Media – A Digital Native’s Perspective August 9, 2010 38 voices share yours! For more information check out her blog Social Glitz or follow her on Twitter @antwizzel. removeClass(livefyre-hidden)" class="livefyre-show-comment livefyre-button"> View comment pts Antonia moderator Pending approval Rate Down Rate Up px; width: px;"> Danny,Its been so much fun writing this post for your blog. How about you?
  • CITIZEN MARKETER 2.1  |  MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010
    [Blog] Co-opetition Anyone? An Agency Perspective
    days ago Blogs > Mark Wallaces - The UnCommon Denominator Should Business People Take Facebook Seriously? - *Entry by Mark Wallace*EntryMany professionals, ranging from environmental consultants to HR professionals, C-Suite executives at F1000 companies to sm. days ago Shannon Pauls Very Official Blog How to Create Organizational Change to Support Social Media Integration for Business - I gave a presentation last night to a great group of people up near Saginaw, Michigan who have started the local Great Lakes Bay area Social Media Club cha. Citizen Marketer 2.1 This is my company.
    [Blog] Holy Twit – Increased Tweet Volume Drives Results
    Instead of finding and tweeting interesting content several times daily, I can scan dozens of blogs and email newsletter and RSS feeds in one sitting in the morning, and then use the Buffer browser app to set up tweets throughout the day. One of my favorite Twitter add-ons is Buffer , an easy-to-use service that allows you to quickly queue up many tweets at one time, with those missives and bon mots then automatically parceled out one at a time on a schedule you determine.(Buffer Buffer also works for Facebook). People That Use Buffer Tweet More Often. Madness! recommend it constantly.
    [Blog] Blogger Outreach for Conference Organizers
    I just saw a great post by Irene Koehler on Almost Savvy Blogging for Tickets. In it, she discusses the ethical dilemma that faces many bloggers who are offered something free in exchange for coverage in the blog.  Actually, when I just looked back at my eLearning blog, I’ve done a ton of posts aimed at helping people to get more from conferences.  Am I Selling Out? To receive the free ticket, the caveat was that I would need to publish a post promoting the event – right now. It just didn’t feel right. completely agree with her that this is an ethical dilemma. 
  • AGGREGAGE  |  SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2009
    [Blog] Associations Social Media Opportunity
    It’s why I haven’t mentioned blogging as part of this plan, although it may be something to consider depending on your association’s resources. While I agree that it’s an open question whether the staff of an association should spend time blogging, very likely many of their members are already blogging and creating great content that would be of high value to other members.  So, the real question is how do take advantage of that activity? Expectations that your Nonprofit, or Trade Association must have of Social Media and Blogs. Set up Google alerts.
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