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    [Blog] DataSift Curation Engine Aims for Relevance in Real-time
    An introductory video about Datasift was posted in their first blog post , which didn’t reveal much about how the platform works. blog comments powered by Disqus Subscribe Recent Posts Do You Convert an Oops! Skeptic Geek Impartial Observations on Technology and the Social Web Home About Disclosure My Posterous The Skeptic Can Blekko be a Disruptor in Search? Datasift has partnered with Twitter to get the full Twitter firehose and is building a platform to enable curation and filtering in real-time. Datasift can filter this firehose using over 20 variables. link] [.]
    [Blog] How to Leverage the Power of Content to Scale up your Business
    Publishing content regularly ensure that people keep coming back to the blogs and websites of the brand and this also encourages them to share your content thereby increasing brand visibility. How to Leverage the Power of Content to Scale up your Business. Content marketing is one of the most effective forms of  marketing. Moreover, content marketing is subtle and this ensures that customers respond more favourably to content marketing as compared to other forms of traditional and digital marketing. Add to this the fact that content marketing is extremely cost-effective. Be consistent.
    [Blog] Forget Everything You Think You Know About SEO
    SEO plugins are not the answer. I’m sure you are aware there are a whole host of WordPress SEO plugins available for your blog. can be ignored when writing blog posts. The main learning here for bloggers is that instead of worrying about search engines when you write your next blog post, you should focus 100% on the user. Without a doubt, the single most important factor in gaining search engine ranking is building links to your blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Mark Collier of My research findings.
    [Blog] Google releases new smartphone data showing how everything is going mobile
    Promoting the webinar google published a blog post with a lot of data showing how everything is going mobile. via  Smartphone user study shows mobile movement under way – Google Mobile Ads Blog. 79% of top advertisers don’t have a mobile optimized website. Today google is hosting a webinar called “ The Mobile Movement: Understanding Smartphone Users” at 11am PST/ 2pm EST ( Registration link ). It’s 2011 and you know how big the mobile/smartphone market is, so what are you waiting for? Contact me if you need help.
    [Blog] Steve Jobs Breaks the No News Cycle
    Really, how many more Google+ blog posts can we read? Image by Annie Bannannie. Contrary to popular speculation, Steve Jobs is not dead, at least not yet. But it is hard to blame people for the dramatic belief that the icon’s end is near given his ongoing health issues and his weight loss. Further, Jobs’ sudden departure from the day to day helm of Apple broke a monotonous summer of no technology/social media news. Perhaps it’s simply time to balance his life a little more because life (health, family, mind, etc.) demands it. Keep breathing the air, Steve.
    [Blog] List of Brand-Side Corporate Social Strategists: Twitter Edition
    Manager of Customer Success and Community Program at Cisco WebEx Technology group. •  Steven Tedjamulia – Head of Social Commerce Innovation at Dell. •  Alison Bolen – Editor, blogs and social content at SAS Institute. •  Marty Collins – Director of Emerging Media at Microsoft. •  Mark Yolton – Senior Vice President – SAP Community Network at SAP. •  Brian Ellefritz – Sr. You can follow Marshall Kirkpatrick’s entire Social Strategists list, based on Jeremiah’s list, here , but what if you want to get a bit more granular and be a bit more selective in your following?
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2012
    [Blog] Become a Dream Feeder
    So what does your blog do for people? Likewise, it’s the duty of your blog to help fuel the dreams of the people you intend to serve. If you write a blog about writing, then surely give people articles about how to tighten up character development, but also write a post about how Joe Hill is slowly coming out from under the shadow of his famous father, Stephen King. When you get interested in something, you turn to magazines and television shows or blogs or whatever is at hand to fuel you. So, how will you make your blog into a dream feeder? They all do.
    [Blog] Stop Focusing on your Facebook PAGE
    It’s easy to say, “I have my Facebook widget on my blog and my website. I’m doing what I need to do to get people to my Facebook page.” Create a tab on your page that focuses only on the charity and your involvement, then blast the link out through your websites, blogs, other social media sites, press releases, and everything else. This is a dangerous topic and I’m heading down a steep slope on this one as people may misunderstand, but it’s important to get it out anyway. Period. This is a good thing. Post on Other Pages. ” No.
  • FEVER BEE  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2012
    [Blog] Efficacy And Content-Driven Communities
    You can steadily build a community a few people at a time, initiate discussions, facilitate early interactions, and then gradually invite people to contribute regular blog posts.  I don't like content-driven communities. The model is usually backwards.    In theory it works like this. You get 20 to 50 people creating content for your community, this attracts people to the community.    The problem is few people want to create content for a non-existent audience.   People are motivated by efficacy. The motivations dies.
    [Blog] The Organizational Dangers of Personal Brands
    Yet, when it comes to LIVESTRONG social media it’s really about the community and that’s clear from tool to tool, from Gowalla to the blog. Lots of people talk about their personal brands online and how they are important to social media. Beyond the obvious self centered narcissism and the off-center marketing theory behind this pop ethos, organizations needs to be wary of personal brands harpooning their social media efforts. The dangers range from the obvious to the experienced-based hidden results of personal brands. Teams. Some personalities naturally rise to the top.
    [Blog] Mobile – Social 2011 and Web Journal Late December 2010 – Mid January 2011
    Writing a book, and now getting the completed manuscript to the right size/focus has been taking up a lot of my blogging time, but feel the need to keep the blog up to date, especially the web journal part, and there are a lot of events, meetings and discussions I have not had a chance to post about, but if I had the time and energy, would have. Maybe the only thing I can say about Hockney’s IPAD images (being an artist myself) is they don’t appear to use platform in an innovative way. Since I worked there last year, I feel I should not comment, but I will say this.
    [Blog] The Year of Living Older… And Liking It
    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. Hoo boy. And ".11
    [Blog] If Someone Gave You Exactly What You Asked For, Without Negotiating, You Asked For Too Little
    If you liked this post, you might also like: Personal and Professional, Private and Public, Work and Play The Myth of Frictonless Free Agent Networks and Anywhere Anywhen Collaboration Mail Today Story on People Whose Lives Were Changed by Blogging Chris Andersen on Why Transparency in Journalism is Rare. Recently, a colleague told me about his rule of thumb for negotiating business deals: if someone gave you exactly what you asked for, without negotiating, you asked for too little. This rule of thumb feels so wrong to me at so many levels. You ask for whatever you can get.
    [Blog] Why Reachli is Ideal for Businesses Using Pinterest
    Pinterest has done wonders in particular for blogs and for websites who have taken interest in creating supporting pages and picking proper images. As with any site, the more exposure received the better it is for your brand, in particular organic exposure. Organic is content seen by people on the site and is numbers or views that are not inflated with fake or irrelevant accounts. With that said, it is not always easy depending on others to repin your pins and in some instances promoting pins can help further your reach. Cats and Bacon image via infographr].
    [Blog] SideraWorks is Taking on Social Business
    Yes, we have a blog, and while we have some classic posts up there now from both Matt and me, you can subscribe to it via RSS or email if you want the latest and greatest when we post something new. It’s an exciting day over here at SideraWorks, so I wanted to take a moment to share with you a couple of things. First, our website is live! This has definitely been a labor of love, but we think you’ll like where it’s ended up. Many thanks to Josh Fisher and John Hawkins for their amazing work and patience while we changed our mind fifty times on things. SideraWorks Brief.
    [Blog] Bayler Healthcare System Takes A Leap Into Pinterest: Interview with Ashley Howland (Part 2)
    The secret to success in any social network, or blog, marketing strategy is elevating the content direction to beyond just messaging about the brand product. If you have an awesome pin or a compelling blog post, share it across the board. . The challenge is to ensure that this value-added, or what I call "selfless content", supports the brand promise and values. . Ashely Howland , Bayler Healthcare System's social media manager,talks about how she and her team are executing a successful Pinterest strategy. Part One of Diva Marketing's interview with Ashley Howland.
    [Blog] Get More Comments: How Honesty Compels Readers to Comment
    If we’re intimidated by a blog post, we probably won’t leave a comment on it. Honesty builds credibility, and the more credible you are as a blogger, the more worthwhile it’ll seem to readers to comment on your blog. For that reason, you might also use honesty to help drive the moderation of comments on your blog. How to Make $30,000 a Year Blogging : another from-the-trenches tale, but one in which the opening involves the true story of a conversation I had with a reader. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. What is that technique?
    [Blog] The Slippery Slope of Association Blogger Outreach
    skip to main | skip to sidebar mizz information Tuesday, October 5, 2010 The Slippery Slope of Association Blogger Outreach Its not often that two of my favorite things to blog about happen to intersect but today youre in luck. They gave a group of mom bloggers gift certificates (Im not sure of the amount) in exchange for their participation in an informational webinar and a blog post hyping how HFCS is actually not bad for you. Say youre thinking about offering bloggers a free registration to your meeting in exchange for them blogging about it, or free books or other materials.
    [Blog] Reputation Management Is Becoming Increasingly Important For Businesses & Individuals
    To ensure that individuals and businesses have a positive digital footprint it has become much more important to consistently portray a positive online reputation. A bad review, critical blog post, unflattering link or an out of control rant from an ex-employee  which shows on the first page of Google search results can have devastating effects for a business, as this can cause click-through rates to plummet and business sales to drop and can often affect search results for years to come. This has led to many businesses to understand the importance of reputation management.
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  MONDAY, MARCH 24, 2014
    [Blog] The Steps to Managing a Social Media Crisis
    We’ve all seen examples of CEOs and VPs posting videos to blogs, YouTube and other social channels explaining a situation. We all fear the dreaded social media crisis, and it is important to have a clear cut policy in place when it comes to managing the situation. Have you ever looked at your overall social business strategy and asked yourself if you have a clear-cut set of steps to follow in the event of a social media crisis? Few brands do. No one likes to think about the devastating social media crisis but it is imperative that we do. Figure Out What Happened. Defense. Offense.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, JULY 19, 2010
    [Blog] Use Gen Y Stereotypes to Your Advantage | Spin Sucks
    And we’ll tell them through our blogs, on Twitter, you name it. Check out his personal blog, Life Without Pants , and swing by to say hello on Twitter. 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. To many, we’re almost seen as an entirely different species. Now for the Gen Y crowd. My point?
    [Blog] Data for customer closeness: Is in-store finally catching up with online?
    It seems strange to begin a retail blog post by talking about a lack of consumer data. Much of what’s currently written relates to how leading retail brands are getting closer to their customers by analysing data. But there is one area in which even the most advanced retailers know comparatively little about their customers and have very little usable data  – namely their in-store behaviour. Very few companies have even attempted to collect meaningful behavioural data in-store. None have cracked it. The benefits to retailers of data exhaust left behind by customers are clear.
    [Blog] Is social media hurting our relationships?
    Read more Social Media News on the Soshable Blog. As social networks like Facebook and Twitter have become a natural part of our daily routine, it often filters into our offline lives and conversations, therefore it must have just as much of a negative effect as it does a positive one…right? Some examples that are prominent are not adding someone as a friend on Facebook, who knew this would become such a difficult dilemma? There are some family members and friends, then and now that we simply do not want knowing details of our lives, let’s not even mention co-workers….
    [Blog] Good blogger outreach and is Worky worth trying?
    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? So I don’t often do it.
    [Blog] Hello, I must be going…
    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? And as for the future?
    [Blog] Four Ideas For Fashion Brands On Pinterest
    If I see one more blog about Pinterest marketing statics, I’ll probably go postal! It seems like the Buzz around Pinterest is never ending, people can’t stop talking about how awesome this visually based social media platform is and how quickly it’s grown! Despite all the yapping it seems very few people are cranking out tangible ideas that will allow users and fans to reap the benefits of a really engaging Pinterest campaign. I’ve decided I am going to try and bring some inspiration that goes beyond pins and I’m going to start with fashion brands.
    [Blog] Facebook Updates News Feed
    Read our blog post “ How To Create Relevant Content ” for more tips. Last week, Facebook announced that they are going to update its News Feed to display more “high quality content” that is relevant for the users. Facebook aims to always match content with users so that we don’t miss out on the content that is important to us. Also, Facebook would like to make sure that the kind of content that is being surfaced and shared is the best quality. From this Facebook has determined what kind of content that is timely, relevant, from trusted sources and likely to be shared.
    [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.
    [Blog] How to Create a Thriving B2B Advocacy Community
    This one page aggregates all of the data from Twitter, Facebook, blogs, the community forums, and any other place online where VMware chatter might be going on. “We brief them before all of our product releases and we’d like them to blog and talk about the products as well.” Tweetable Moments Too many marketers these days are like T-rexes, with little, tiny arms. jtroyer Tweet This Giving Back to Your Top Influencers Back in 2003, VMware ‘s online community was centered around a forum. ” Nick’s grandmother doesn’t want to be left out.
    [Blog] Either they trust you or they don’t
    All very important concepts on this blog. Marketing. The art of selling. Customer loyalty. Brand promise. Social credibility. And in your organization. At the core of every one of them is trust.  Or the lack thereof. Think of any relationship you have — personal or professional. How close you feel to that person is directly correlated to how much you trust them. The deeper the trust, the deeper the relationship. And the deeper the relationship, the more likely it is to be long lasting. Which from your business’ point of view translates to more profitable. Regularly.
  • ENGAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 2011
    [Blog] A Face for Radio: Writing Lessons Learned On Air
    image:  flowizm ] If you liked this, try: Lead and I Will Follow: On Writing Good Leads 5 Tips to Fight the Writing Procrastination Gremlins Conquer the Writing Process (Or Let it Conquer You) What Making Sandwiches Taught Me About Marketing 5 Reasons You Hate My Blog Posts Tagged as: Audience , Insight , Queens , Radio , Radio broadcasting , Washington D.C. Reply Cancel reply Leave a Comment Previous post: Want Infinite Blog Post Ideas? Engage Content marketing resources and insights from content marketing professionals. Home 1. Strategy 2. Creation 3. Management 4. Makes sense.
    [Blog] Social Media Becomes a Global Front Porch
    But when I’m spending money, I want to know who I’m spending it with and I don’t think I’m unusual.  As a front porch for consumers and vendors alike, Social Media helps me do that.  I tell people regularly to check our commercial site to see what we do; but, to see who we are, check this blog, our Facebook pages and our Tweets.  My father is a forester.  At one time, his chief role in his company was to evaluate a stand of timber and negotiate with the landowner for the rights to that timber.  Those kinds of deals weren’t made by men in suits in conference rooms or over the phone. 
    [Blog] More on Cloud Computing
    Archives Select Month September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 Recommendation The Authority Blogger course is an invaluable way to learn more about blogging for your business, whether you are a Fortune 500 company, a small business, or an entrepreneur. on our own servers or desktops. click here!)
    [Blog] Fast Company and The Influence Project
    Archives Select Month September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 Recommendation The Authority Blogger course is an invaluable way to learn more about blogging for your business, whether you are a Fortune 500 company, a small business, or an entrepreneur. How far does your influence spread?
    [Blog] The Power of Educational Technology: Preparing Students to Succeed in the 21st Century
    In order to prepare students to consume and create multi-media messages, student should be both evaluating and creating Online video, podcasts and blogs. think this is a major step and change for many educators to take, but by reading blogs such as these and sharing opinions, thoughts and ideas with others, the change will be more easily made and more successful. The views represented in this blog are not necessarily those of the Wellesley Public Schools. Subscribe to My Blog: Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner. Blogs I read. Dereks Blog.
    [Blog] ACT Government’s open government steps — a cart-horse issue?
    And this week, the Chief Minister, Katy Gallagher launched her blog (though I note the media release fails to have active links (a basic misstep). So, the ACT Government is finally making moves to open up and participate with its community and enacting some open government programs. We’ve already had the first Virtual Community Cabinet , which seemed to go okay (though I remain doubtful that Twitter is the right venue for this kind of thing). Something good that’s already happening is the Time to Talk site, inviting community input on ACT Government activities. open government
    [Blog] Take the Network for Good Cause Marketing Survey
    With the advent of conversational media, cause marketing best practices are now in the midst of dynamic change, something we Zoeticans have been discussing quite a bit on our blogs. As CMO of Zoetica , I am proud to announce that we’ve partnered with Network for Good to create a best practice eGuide for corporate social good campaigns. We are launching this initiative at NTEN’s 2010 Nonprofit Technology Conference (#10ntc on Twitter). Please take our two minute survey and inform companies on cause marketing best practice. If you feel the same way, please take the survey.
    [Blog] 4 Things We Expect to See from Digg in 2012
    Adding more unique content in the form of blog posts and user-generated guest posts can kill both birds with one stone. Those who run blogs know that unique content that gets linked to by other websites and shared by visitors on other social media sites is one of the keys to traffic. This is going to be a make or break year for After the debacle of 2010′s V4 launch , many in the industry thought that the site would die a quick death in 2011. As the year comes to a close, Digg is far from dead and is poised for a rebound in 2012. Digg is at a crossroads.
    [Blog] Branding Glossary
    Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Brands in Action: The Big, Bad Re-brand Emotive branding: the path to meaning » Branding Glossary We thought it would be useful to provide a Branding Glossary as an accompaniment to our Brand Series. So here’s the Wisdom skinny on some of the terms we’ve used a lot already, and those which you’ll hear more of as the series progresses. Visual identity The visual representation of everything the brand stands for. Think Coca-Cola or Google.
    [Blog] How Social Media has Changed Us
    In the workplace, this can be an instant message program that is shared among employees, private company Internet forums, open bulletins, or company blogs. It would appear that social media is here to stay. To come to any other conclusion would require looking away from the facts or foretelling some unpredictable calamity or sudden and dramatic shift in user habits. Because quite simply, the numbers don’t lie. For one, there are hundreds of social media sites, many of them with robust and active user bases. And let us also not forget that we spend a ton of time on these sites.
    [Blog] From MAGNET: Sauder Woodworking and MAGNET Find A Way To Innovation
    Each month we’ll be featuring a blog post from our friends at MAGNET (Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network). MAGNET’s mission is to support, educate and champion manufacturing in Ohio with the goal of transforming the region’s economy into a powerful, global player. You can visit MAGNET online at Sauder Woodworking and MAGNET Find A Way To Innovation. When Sauder Woodworking began seeing less growth and profits, the company couldn’t afford to invest in innovation, yet truly needed to explore new markets. Click here to read the original post.
    [Blog] Scraping for Data
    There was also a section on PeekYou , a platform I’ve already written about a few times recently: New York-based PeekYou LLC has applied for a patent for a method that, among other things, matches people’s real names to the pseudonyms they use on blogs, Twitter and other social networks. Just happened to read  Scrapers’ Dig Deep for Data on Web in the Wall Street Journal yesterday about how companies and individuals are using Listening Systems to scrape data on all sorts of things including individuals in forums and message boards that most users assumed were protected.
    [Blog] Create and Curate
    This can be for your business, your blog, your online or offline persona – in other words, you. Keep the touchpoints alive by using your storytelling experience to hint at future experiences – make the experience the first part of an ongoing deal (business events, sales promotions, a blog post series, etc), and ensure your audience know this is the case. We like to be entertained. We enjoy storytellers that can transplant us into fantastical realms and take our imaginations on rides that we’d never usually imagine. We like touchpoints. You need to be the storyteller. Tweet.
    [Blog] Buzz asks more questions than it solves
    There’s been a mad rush in the last 24 hours to blog and tweet about the latest social media craze – Google Buzz. always try and take a step back and avoid the urge to blog immediately but, as the day has gone on and as I have read more and more about it, there are a few initial thoughts that spring to mind that I thought I’d jot down. A few caveats. Tweet. It’s rarely possible to objectively comment on something this new until you’ve tried it and lived with a for a bit, but such is the pace of social media…! This is not a Buzz v.
  • FEVER BEE  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 2012
    [Blog] New Features
    Live-chats, picture sharing, collaboration areas, member blogs, and video uploading all usually do more harm than good (and these are just the obvious examples). Resist the urge to add new features. Beyond a forum/discussion area, there are few features a community essentially need. Unless there is either a clear demand for a new feature  or there is a sufficient social density to get the benefits (more on these in a second), it hurts the community to add them. With too few members, new features dissipate activity. This causes long-term negative impacts.
    [Blog] How to Build Your Business
    Why am I blogging about this? One brick at a time. Sounds Sounds so obvious BUT is it? . Think of how business technology has altered  business over the last two centuries, however technology does evolve just like business. Business and technology follow each other and create new markets globally, new consumer markets emerge from nowhere.and even new business models are created. Think about how we have progresses from the telegraph, to letter, to phone, to fax, to email, totwitter.each building on the restrictions of the past. Ease and simplicity being two key factors in the innovations.
    [Blog] Facebook Goes Light, Seesmic Goes Dark - The Steve Rubel Stream
    even blogged about it here. The Steve Rubel Stream Edit Delete Autopost 10 Sep 2009 Facebook Goes Light, Seesmic Goes Dark Two sites. One, Facebook, goes light (in the US and India only for now). The other, Seesmic Web , goes dark. Which one do you like better? It seems like theres a splintering approach to web UIs lately, one light one dark. One simple, another more complex. just want to skin the web. design Facebook Seesmic social networking Twitter UI Permalink Tweet Comments 11 Comments Sep 10, 2009 Kosso said. Sep 10, 2009 Steve Rubel said. Kosso lately I want to skin the whole web!
    [Blog] Add Your Pages to Stumbleupon
    Instead, add an interesting blog post (you blog, right? You should add tags the same way you would when you post a blog or add metadata. Stumbleupon is one of the most interesting social media sites around, and by interesting, I mean it is a complete and total time-sink. Essentially, it’s a toolbar that has a “Stumble” button you can press that will bring you to a random page on the web based on your interests. You can also upvote and downvote pages, which is how Stumbleupon gets better at finding stuff that you’ll like. know, I know.
    [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] Changing Your Habits in 3 Steps
    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 Changing Your Habits in 3 Steps August 11, 2010 | by Tamsen McMahon View Comments Our habits shape us. They’re the actions we repeat, over and over again, that make us who we are. They come in many forms. Our routes to work.
    [Blog] 3 Vital Communication Questions Your Company Must Answer – Now!
    On my own blog at I shared a story of a brilliant CEO who changed the entire culture of his company and tripled shareholder value by involving every single employee in his 1000-employee organization in the development of a Values Statement and then by serving as the head Steward of the organization’s values.  The importance to Starbucks of playing a role in the larger world community is communicated by their commitment to their Coffeehouse community, complete with music blogs, connecting for causes and idea sharing. “Everything Communicates&#. Chicago.
    [Blog] Competition Brings Out The Best In Us
    Today marks the first post in a series dedicated to the quick service restaurant industry.  We have enjoyed working with professionals in this field and look forward to meeting many more via this blog.  . Everybody loves to believe in an underdog story, whether it involves a little league baseball team or a group of Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) franchise employees that don’t work for one of the big chains. The role of the underdog has been a huge part of our generation in so many different ways: in movies, on TV shows, sports, the school playground, the Bible, etc. Have A Plan.
    [Blog] Working and Facebooking: No Longer Impossible
    Side note: This isn’t to say that Pinterest hasn’t been a very valuable resource for us, but for an executive with limited time and resources it might not yet be the best investment of time from a marketing standpoint.) So in theory, you could be searching for paint swatches or a crock-pot recipe and be struck with your next brilliant blog idea. For example, here’s the pin that led to this blog: Naturally, there’s the NSFW concern. Early in my career I had to be quick on the draw when it came to social media. Having Facebook open was a waste of time. But why?
    [Blog] 5 Ways to Find Keywords That Deliver Superior Web Marketing Results
    Look through their content and blogs and review their page titles and meta descriptions for keywords you’re not currently using. Everyone knows that building organic traffic to a website starts with having great content. But the topics that have the best chance of attracting the most prospects often aren’t the most obvious ones. The best content is both likely to rank highly in the search engines, and to motivate your visitors to become new customers for your business. So where can you find these amazing keywords? Your Competitors’ Websites. Google Trends. Wordtracker. BoostSuite.
    [Blog] How to Successfully Launch and Propel Your Business Upward
    In  Launch: How to Quickly Propel Your Business Beyond the Competition , Mike shares the learning he gained from previous business ventures and experiences that helped him build Social Media Examiner into a top business blog and a multi-million dollar business in less than two years – despite lacking direct experience in that industry. I had the opportunity to interview Mike to get a first hand account of how marketing has significantly changed in recent years – and why you’ll want to change with it if you expect to capably move  your business forward. Does it work?
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2010
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources, iPad Contest & Third Tribe Benefits
    Blogging / Writing. The art of reading to become an amazing blogger – how to choose and organize your reading materials to benefit your blogging. How to improve internal linking on your blog – how to keep track of content you want to link to (if you can’t or don’t want to use SEO Smart Links plugin). Is Google waging a war on guest bloggers – their advice on guest blogging vs. writing for your own site. How to make money blogging – a review of the program I will begin in July to help take my blog to the next level.
    [Blog] Barrack Obama Silicon Valley tech supper with the stars. Where was the diversity?
    Yesterday President Barrack Obama held what the various blogs are calling “tech supper with the stars&# and the White House released a photo of a big cheers moment at the dinner table as you can see below. normally don’t blog about race or the lack there of in the web/tech/startup space but it’s becoming more of a hot topic and a much needed conversation. The post led to a follow up post by Kalimah called “ MAKING HISTORY | WILL SUPER ANGELS & TECH MAVENS CLOSE THE MINORITY-LED STARTUP GAP? In other words, it’s a touchy subject. Why Was He There?
    [Blog] The Price “Is” Right: Reinventing The Product Lifecycle
    Home It’s Josip Archives Let’s Talk The Word on the Web The Price “Is” Right: Reinventing The Product Lifecycle Written on May 4, 2010 by Josip Petrusa 0 Comments Tweet Share Save We’ve all heard of the product adoption lifecycle, The Tipping Point and most recently, the influencers that exist within the online world. Whether you’re talking about the innovator, early adopter, salesman, connector, mass influencer , maven or early majority, each individual plays a role in sharing, connecting, selling and expanding on an idea. These notions have become dominate cycles that we follow.
    [Blog] How The Motley Fool Became the #1 Company in America to Work For
    Motley Fool Public Blog. Links from the episode: Motley Fool Motley Fool Public Blog Podcast future of work motley fool podcast Click Here to Subscribe via iTunes. Click Here to Subscribe via RSS Feed (non-iTunes feed). link]. The one stat you need to know. According to a  new report  by the Conference Board, the New York-based nonprofit research group, some 54.6% liked their physical environment in 1987 versus 56.4% today, and 54.7% liked their equipment in 1987, compared to less than a percentage point more today, 55.2%. What this episode is about and why you should care.
    [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.
    [Blog] Social Media is for EVERYONE! : Old Spice Proved It
    We also built them a blog and optimized their Youtube channel among other things. We recently started working with Ergo Office Seating , an office chair supplier from San Jose California. Ergo supplies furniture dealers with high-end ergonomic office chairs, they don’t sell directly to the consumer. Keep that in mind. Ergo started their Facebook page and Twitter accounts from scratch. We made sure that Ergo’s slogan was represented across their designs, in their content and through their voice. Here’s why those people are wrong. They also tweeted to Ergo.
    [Blog] Content Marketers: Are you a Teacher, a Curator, or a Pundit?
    Home Blog Meet the Enterprise Irregulars Contact Enterprise Irregulars Smart Thinking for the Smart Enterprise Featured Posts Business Software Trends & Concepts Subscribe Browse: Home / Featured Posts , Trends & Concepts / Content Marketers: Are you a Teacher, a Curator, or a Pundit? They find themselves in the middle of writing a blog post only to find that they were writing ad copy, not a blog post, and they have to start over again.  Build lists of the very best blogs and publish them.  SmoothSpan Blog : Larry Ellison is. That’s Old School. 
    [Blog] Google “Slaps” Overly Optimized SEO Sites
    In a great article by Barry Densa on his blog , Barry identifies the concept of Google penalizing, a.k.a. “slapping”, your website for being overly optimized. He also goes into detail about what that means and would be worthwhile to read the entire post. My (still true) philosophy is creating great content and value on a website that people naturally want to link (vote for) to your website. You can increase site rankings in the search engine if you do this. Many people don’t understand SEO or are knowledgeable enough to be dangerous.
    [Blog] The Efficacy Factor: Increasing Participation By Accentuating Impact
    Initiating a good discussion is an impact.Posting a good blog post is an impact. Frequently refer to individuals and the impact they have made. That impact doesn't have to be huge. Posting a good response is an impact. Helping run an event is an impact. Even doing things outside of the community that benefits the topic can be a good impact (especially useful for communities of practice). Feeling you're unique and that your contribution matters increases both your participation and the participation of those around you.  This is partly social loafing.
    [Blog] Search Marketing in Manufacturing: Who’s Controlling Your Brand?
    Blog and social media policies. Guest Post. Sage Lewis is Founder and CEO of SageRock Inc., a digital marketing agency in business since 1999 and recognized as a Marketing Sherpa top ten U.S. search marketing company. You do a search on Google for your top-selling product and there you are in spot #1. Your listing is followed by your best distributor and then after him that new startup you signed on that knows how to market online, but has a website from 1998. The paid search is filled mostly with competitors and Ebay folk selling parts without your permission. Face it, this is a mess.
    [Blog] Hard Activities Discourage Participation
      I dislike communities that are based around members writing blogs to each other for the same reason. Virgin Media Pioneers, an online community for young entrepreneurs in the UK, launched with one fatal flaw. For users to interact, they had to record videos of themselves and post them to the site.    That's a big ask. First, the participant needs to have the right equipment. Then they need the knowledge to record the video. Then they need the confidence to be on a video. Finally, they need the motivation to keep doing it. 
    [Blog] 4 Statistics You Need to Focus on for Your Email Marketing Campaign
    For example, we helped an automotive parts company convert a blog post about an engine problem, which was solved with a performance part, into an email containing the same content. Email marketing may have been around for a while now, but it’s still the most effective way of building a trust relationship with prospects. recently worked with a B2B company that provides professional services and training to leaders. When she contacted us, the owner was at her wit’s end. She had gotten dismal results, and the revenue she had made was compromised by the pricey incentives.
    [Blog] What’s Next for Social Media and Events?
    Thank you Ehren for contributing to the SocialFish blog! This is a guest post by Ehren Foss, who co-founded HelpAttack! and loves working in #nptech. If you’ve attended a conference in the past few years, you know that social media is an indispensable part of the conference experience.  In much the same way, television shows, news topics, and other happenings also unfold simultaneously online. Woe to the networked nonprofit or association who only thinks of events in terms of their end of year fundraising gala or annual conference! Expertly use hashtags on Twitter and elsewhere.
    [Blog] 10 C's of Employee Engagement - The Engaging Brand
    Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Snow way to create change. Main | Show 279 - Jack Trout on Marketing » 10 Cs of Employee Engagement Be clear about your expectations Be clear about their expectations Be consistent to the values. Values are for all and are not optional depending on your job title! Be caring.
    [Blog] Happy Social Media Day to all of us!
    Social Media Network - Marketing Social Media, Social Media Network, SMN, Social Media Network Online, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Digital Space, Interactive, Web, Blog Advertising Marketing, Buzz, Affiliate Marketing Program, Freelance, Mobile, Data Understanding, Business, Technology, CRM, Consumer, Direct Marketing, Mass Communication, Sell Online, Sell Products Online, Money, Home Jobs, Shopping, LifeStyle And More Social Media Network - Marketing by Pervara Kapadia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Social Media Ne.
    [Blog] Social Media - Why Does Facebook Not Have Many Tracking Tools?
    Social Media Network - Marketing Social Media, Social Media Network, SMN, Social Media Network Online, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Digital Space, Interactive, Web, Blog Advertising Marketing, Buzz, Affiliate Marketing Program, Freelance, Mobile, Data Understanding, Business, Technology, CRM, Consumer, Direct Marketing, Mass Communication, Sell Online, Sell Products Online, Money, Home Jobs, Shopping, LifeStyle And More Social Media Network - Marketing by Pervara Kapadia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Social Media Ne.
    [Blog] Day 17: People of color impacting the social web – Brent Leary #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 16 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Brent Leary Twitter: @BrentLeary Website/Blog: [link] Bio Brent Leary is a crm industry analyst, advisor, author, speaker and award winning blogger. He blogs at, and can be found on Twitter at [link] How can we use technology to close the digital divide? As we all know, February is Black History Month. Even though it’s black history month, the goal for 28 Days of Diversity is to feature not just African-Americans but other minorities in the web/tech space. In 2009 he co-authored Barack 2.0:
    [Blog] Off to the Growth Summit
    Blog name: uberVU – social comments Reply Cancel reply Leave a Comment Additional comments powered by BackType Previous post: Three thoughts on social media for 2010 Next post: How we can win the #nocleanfeed argument Find Featured One to watch What now for Government 2.0 in Australia? Home Work How acidlabs works Meet Workshops Speaking Past speaking For conference and meeting planners Press Clients Tumble Subscribe acidlabs Conversation. Collaboration. Community. Government 2.0…it Our deepest fear… 19 EM Conner , andrew , Mar Mar , arcy , Max [.] Some Rights Reserved.
    [Blog] More than we can chew? Taking on TEDxCanberra
    Related posts Is there value in live conference blogging? (29) trib’s big TED Adventure (2) Thinking about inspiration (1) TED Session 5 – Understand (2) TED Session 4 – See (1) Tagged as: canberra , ted , tedx Cancel reply Leave a Comment Additional comments powered by BackType Previous post: Browsers, URLs, Facebook and expectations Next post: Keynoting Webtrends Customer Conference 2010 Find Featured One to watch What now for Government 2.0 in Australia? Collaboration. Community. More than we can chew? TEDxCanberra will be held on Saturday 23 October 2010.
    [Blog] A Non-Valentine To Social Media
    Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, MySpace, LinkedIn and more offer ways for people to reach out to people to express opinions and passions.  Dearest Social Media -  Today I was going to ask you to Be My Valentine. I was going to send you virtual hearts and chocolates to let you know how much I care.  But now I'm not so sure. For you see I've found out that what you created is an illusion. You You made us believe that we need you to connect with each others. Even to finding love.   Oh sure.  The Suits  are loosening their ties and opening their hearts beyond corporate talk.
    [Blog] How to Survey Your Audience
    To accomplish this, you can look at analytics, such as subscriber numbers on email newsletters, click-through rates, site visits, Facebook likes, and the amount of comments you receive on a blog post. Image via Marketing is no longer about talking at the customers. It’s about talking with them, and figuring out which content they’re most interested in seeing. One way to find out your customers’ opinions is by sending out a survey. The following are some tips to keep in mind, as well as some websites that will help you effectively survey your audience.
    [Blog] What are the top 10 ways newspapers can add value to a local.
    blog and I don’t think people should replace a newspaper with my blog. The Stroller comes to mind, but imagine the original Stroller with a smartphone giving live updates and interviews on the street… blog comments powered by Disqus Previous post: Gary Vaynerchuk’s #1 thing small businesses should do to leverage social media Next post: What’s your favorite Twitter Chat? by trey on August 26, 2010 Newspapers around the world are falling apart. To fix their declining revenues, they’re erecting paywalls. Readers Following Paywall The Times Online?
  • GET SOCIAL PR  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2010
    [Blog] Facebook Marketing Part 7: Privacy
    Topic Focus The primary focus of this blog is social media PR, where we can converse about all topics relating to public relations and social media. Resources Bringing Brands to Life Bulletproof Blog Conversation Agent Global Neighborhoods Logic + Emotion Media Training PR Squared PR. Home About Social PR Contact Me Subscribe Get Social PR By Rodger D. While I believe most of the privacy issue has subsided, Justin Levy address the issue in Chapter 7. Back in early May, digital colleague, Harry Hoover, wrote a wonderfully pointed piece about who owns privacy on Facebook.
    [Blog] Three New Media Public Relations Writing Tips Journalists Love
    Topic Focus The primary focus of this blog is social media PR, where we can converse about all topics relating to public relations and social media. Resources Bringing Brands to Life Bulletproof Blog Conversation Agent Global Neighborhoods Logic + Emotion Media Training PR Squared PR. Home About Social PR Contact Me Subscribe Get Social PR By Rodger D. Johnson Three New Media Public Relations Writing Tips Journalists Love September 7, 2010 Small business owners want their work to count for something. There needs to be a return on their investment, or it just ain’t worth it.
    [Blog] The Power of Listening
    The Power of Listening is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. He’d kill us if he had the chance. This ominous phrase lies at the center of the plot in Francis Ford Coppola’s brilliant 1974 thriller “The Conversation”. The film tells a story about listening. Gene Hackman plays Harry Caul – a surveillance expert with a unique ability to record private conversations. He’s a clever investigator and he’s skilled at manipulating (the hilariously analog) 70s-era surveillance technology. But he doesn’t really listen.
    [Blog] What's Your Mother Worth?
    Before getting all harsh on me for this blog post title. This is a fascinating Talks At Google from Joshua Klein. Klein is a hacker. Now, if the term "hacker" scares you, consider him a technologist who is fascinated with systems thinking. Some people may recognize him as the guy who trained crows to fetch lost change (no joke). He starts off this presentation by asking, "what''s your mother worth?" " and it just keeps getting more fascinating after that. This is all about reputation economics. What are you worth? What''s your reputation worth? Watch this.
    [Blog] Day 26: People of color impacting the social web – Pam Perry #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 26 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Pam Perry Twitter: @pamperry Website/Blog: Bio Pam Perry is a PR Coach and Social Media Strategist delivering online branding and marketing solutions for best-selling authors, nonprofits and entrepreneurs. Pam Perry is also a local Detroit Emmy-award winning TV producer, a columnist with Gospel Today magazine and blogs for, on banding, marketing and public relations 2.0 As we all know, February is Black History Month. Run, Demond Wilson and Yolanda Adams. tactics.
    [Blog] #Webcast for #IBMConnections partners, users & brands w/ @ckburgess @mnburgess @ajay #IBM #socbiz
    Blue Focus Marketing was the Winner of the 2012 MarketingSherpa Reader’s Choice Award for “Best Social Media Marketing” blog. Blue Focus Marketing won the 2012 MarketingSherpa Reader’s Choice Award for Best Social Media Marketing Blog. Grow sales, increase user adoption, and improve engagement with Dynamic Signal’s VoiceStorm for IBM Connections. Date: Jan 21, 2014. Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (Eastern Time). Hosted by: SocialBiz (Wellesley Information Services). Recognize and reward employees for their contributions with gamification and leaderboards. Cheryl, who Huf?ngton
    [Blog] State of Social Media Marketing: New Report on Top Areas For Social Marketing Investment and Biggest Social Marketing Challenges in 2012
    Experienced social marketers report that they plan increased usage of social marketing platforms beyond the Big Three (Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn) to include: Blogs (91%) YouTube (86%), foursquare (59%), SlideShare (43%), Flickr (50%), and Tumblr (30%). We are excited to share our annual report on the State of Social Media Marketing – Top Areas For Social Marketing Investment and Biggest Social Marketing Challenges in 2012. The team at Awareness connected with 320 marketers from a cross-section of industries, company sizes and levels of social marketing experience. 
    [Blog] Day 22: People of color impacting the social web – Denise R. Jacobs #28DaysofDiversity
    Jacobs Twitter: @denisejacobs Website/Blog: [link] / Bio Denise R. 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. Even though it’s black history month, the goal for 28 Days of Diversity is to feature not just African-Americans but other minorities in the web/tech space.
    [Blog] Conference: Public Sector Web 3.0 and Future of Social Media Government
    How can you provide press releases that will be read and passed on through social media sites, blogged by bloggers and published by journalists. Government 2.0 is such a hot topic. I’m speaking in Canberra next week - a workshop on social media and government one day and presentation on online communities and voters/constituents the next. Come along if you are interested – I think you can book from Public Sector web 3.0 and Future of Social Media eGov. and a demonstration of tools to make your life easier. social media dashboard. This session will show you how!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011
    [Blog] Why Your Next Post Should Be a Short One
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Martyn of Two Hour Blogger. It does not take long to write. It does not take long to read. It forces you to write efficiently. It increases the number of comments. It makes you stand out. It gets spread a lot. It builds your audience. Get more from Martyn at Two Hour Blogger. Why Your Next Post Should Be a Short One. Writing Content
    [Blog] What Type Of Content Should My Company Produce?
    My background in writing, journalism and some university broadcasting made me a prime candidate for Blogging, tweeting and audio Podcasting. I've seen great curation happen on Blogs, in Podcasts and in email newsletters. "What type of content should my company be producing?" " This seems to be one of the most frequently asked questions. Prior to answering this question, there are three things need to happen within the organization. Marketing and Publishing. The company must accept the fact that they are no longer just Marketers. Study publishing. Choose your poison.
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: Get a Job!
    It’s on Shelly Kramer’s blog and the commentary she puts with it is just as priceless. 4. Mostly because I want you to read it before I blog about it next week. It’s Friday! On Wednesday Bill Prettyman emailed me about something we normally do on Thursdays and, when I told him it was only Wednesday, I think I took a few seconds of his life. It’s Friday now! We’re getting ready to launch beta 1.0 of Project Jack Bauer next week and soon you will know what the heck it is, what name we’ve chosen, and how you can get involved. Oh yes.
    [Blog] What I'm Thankful for on Thanksgiving
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER What I’m Thankful for on Thanksgiving View Comments November 28th, 2009 Yes I know my Thanksgiving post is up a bit later than all the others but I figured you already had a chance to read all the other “what I’m thankful for posts&# so I decided to mix it up a bit.  I’m thankful for a lot of things thing this year, here are just a few from top of mind: Friends and family that I love very much, even though I can be a bit hard to deal with at times. Happy Thanksgiving!
    [Blog] Vote For Me and Olivier Blanchard to Present at Enterprise 2.0 Boston!
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Vote For Me and Olivier Blanchard to Present at Enterprise 2.0 Mark McCulloch Success Coach I always find it very difficult to get quality information regarding social media however when I come to your blog that all changes. love the design and layout of your blog also. If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. Boston! View Comments January 15th, 2010 Myself and Olivier Blanchard are in the running to present at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston. 
    [Blog] Announcing the 2010 World Summit Youth Awards Winners.
    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 « Audience Matters Story on Women and Social Networking in India Guardian Activate Summit 2010 Highlights: My Talk on the Crisis of Caring » Announcing the 2010 World Summit Youth Awards Winners Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2. For more, read my bio.
    [Blog] Ford Sets Record for Biggest Tweetup Ever
    link] ComMetrics weekly review: HotWired to Ford via ROI – blog benchmark, KPI, ROI, KISS, SMART metrics, social media monitoring, best metrics, best practice, benchmark software, cost-benefit analysis, social media – ComMetrics: Developing strategic KPIs, best [.] Ford organizes the biggest tweetup ever => blog post by @PamDyer BUT WHY would any smart consumer fall for this – except to party [.] Is it ok if I link back to this blog from my site? Is it ok if I link back to this blog from my site? So far, Fiesta agents have traveled more than 1.4
    [Blog] SEO Checklist
    Wiki and Blogs – have you noticed that Wiki entries often appear at the top of the free listings? SEO is as important as the messages you’re trying to deliver. Today, we have a guest post from John Miller, President of Salient Software who’s been developing websites and SEO programs for the B-to-B space since the mid 90s. SEO rules change all the time (thanks to Google) and you need to continually keep up on the latest ways to stay ahead of the curve. John outlines some typical areas you need address. Enjoy. What does this mean to a website owner? Well, you can pay Google $.50-1.00
    [Blog] The Magic Pill for Content Marketing
    Tweetable Moments A blog is free like a puppy, not free like a beer. equalman Tweet This. The Next Big Thing. Erik Qualman  is a bestselling  author , the founder of the Socialnomics movement , and a professor at Harvard and MIT. He’s been featured on 60 Minutes and in the Wall Street Journal. His 2014 book “What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube” was recently nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and he was voted the second most likable author in the world (second only to Harry Potter creator, J.K. Rowling). ” Everyone wants the magic pill—the greatest solution.
    [Blog] Do You Know Where Santa is Tonight? | Social Media Strategery
    link] blog comments powered by Disqus « Previous Entries Next Entries » Popular Comments Featured Tags Identify the Right People to Manage Your Social Media Initiatives The Evolution of the Social Media Evangelist Twenty Theses for Government 2.0, Guide Social Media and the Next Generation I Started a Blog But No One Cared The Public Doesnt Need to Know What Gov 2.0 is, But They Do Need to Experience It Six Villains of Gov 2.0 web20 wiki Have This Blog Sent to Your Email! Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0 Government 2.0 Where’s Santa at now?
    [Blog] Happy Holidays!
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Happy Holidays! blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy. If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. View Comments December 25th, 2009 I just want to take this moment to wish everyone a very happy holidays!  Life comes at us in highs and lows and I wish many more highs and fewer lows for all of you. 
    [Blog] Learning About Creativity
    Freedom Is Blogging In Your Underwear - Hugh MacLeod. I'm sure there is some kind of link between the freedom of blogging in your underwear and doing the work that really matters in your life. freedom is blogging in your underwear. There must be something in the air. While I am no Julien Smith when it comes to reading books , I am doing my best to maintain a high pace of book reading. consider myself a creative-type, but I'm often fascinated with both where ideas comes from and if there's anything I can do to help myself come up with even bigger ideas. arianna huffington.
    [Blog] How to Write a Press Release in 2013
    Now a press release posted on the wire will be published verbatim on many major websites and could be picked up on smaller news sites and blogs too.  So the purpose of writing a press release today is no longer only to inform the media about a story.  Webinar August 28, 2013, Sally Falkow APR and Lisa Buyer discuss the new Google rules for writing a press release. Register here. Back in 2006 a few very smart PR folk recognized the need for PR content to be found online and that search engine optimization would become a necessary PR skill. So how should you write a press release today?
  • CITIZEN MARKETER 2.1  |  MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010
    [Blog] Quick'n'Dirty Episode 43: We've Got a Producer!
    You can also read re-caps of the podcasts on Jennifers ZDNet blog or my Stroutmeister blog. 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. months ago Blog Archive ▼ 2010 (54) ► September (3) Looking at the Future: Onstar's Live On Fail or Fab? Citizen Marketer 2.1 Oh yeah, Ill also talk about new things Im learning too. Its about sharing.
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