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    [Blog] Why Boosting Audience Retention With Video Will Do Wonders For Your Business
    Getting viewers to subscribe to your newsletters, webinars, blog posts and email updates (perhaps via a call to action in your video) will allow you to retain those eager audiences over time, giving you the opportunity to engage and touch base with those valuable potential clients. Why Audience Retention? Retaining an audience is perhaps the most crucial act any website can do to achieve their goals and conversions. If audiences are bouncing from your site there is very little chance they’ll come back again. So how do you retain your audiences with video? Quality Video Content.
    [Blog] Blowing Bottles With Viral Potential
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Meet The Founder of The Bees Awards Version 2 of Viral Success » Blowing Bottles With Viral Potential Posted by Sebastian Overgaard Jul 7th, 2010 Tweet Today I heard some strange sounds. And this is actually the reason for this impulsive blog post. They came from the shopping street in front of Mindjumpers office. When looking out of the window I instantly fell in love and jumped down the stairs with my camera. couldn’t help smiling. These guys were great. promise you that the ideas are there.
    [Blog] How to Identify a Twitter Spammer
    When he's not blogging, Ari helps brands improve their digital media marketing. Related Stories The Purpose of Twitter The Best Blogs to Read in 2013 Facebook LinkedIn Twitter in 2013. Scroll through the below tweets. Posted by different accounts, the fact each is the same is proof that each is controlled by the same person. View the story "Guess Which Twitter Account is Fake" on Storify ]. Guess Which Twitter Account is Fake. When 34 different people tweet the same message, could all of them be fake? Storified by Ari Herzog · Sat, Dec 29 2012 10:30:43. pCherish Huffman.
    [Blog] Attention, Wayfarers: Win A Free Pass to BlogWorld LA
    I’m giving away three passes to BlogWorld expo, right here on the blog. I’m so very proud and excited to be not just part of BlogWorld Expo in Los Angeles in November, but I’m beyond thrilled to be presenting one of the keynote speeches. And I want you to be there with me. I’ll be talking about an idea that’s very near and dear to my heart, especially in this incredibly pivotal, exhilarating time that we live in. History is full of great examples of philosophers, explorers, and innovators who were never content to just be pointed to an answer.
    [Blog] Why Facebook Timeline Ads Suck
    In his free time, he does … well … social media … and publishes the blog  Extremely Average. Guest post by Brian Meeks. was going to write a post on Pinterest, which has piqued my interest. Yes, the rhyme was intentional… and brilliant. Well maybe not brilliant, per se, but better than being attacked by an ill tempered gorilla. like to set the bar low, sometimes burying it. digress… This is NOT a Pinterest post, mostly because I’m preoccupied with my Timeline on Facebook, and not in a good lion cub hugging sort of way. see ads “not by facebook.” will not!
    [Blog] Did Arianna Huffington Fire Michael Arrington Over Ethics?
    Arrington will be welcome to contribute to unpaid blogs to the company as long as he stays within AOL blogging guidelines.&# Image by Joi. Guest post by Richard Laermer. CrunchFund is backed by AOL and several VC firms. TechCrunch is quoted as saying that Arrington will continue to write for TechCrunch, but will have no editorial oversight. When the news broke Arrington tweeted “slow news day.”. Business Insider story quotes Arianna Huffington, the President and Editor-in-Chief of AOL Huffington Post Media Group said , “Mr. Huffington said that “Mr. Huffington ousted Arrington.
    [Blog] Increase your SEO with Team Content Marketing!
    'This is a guest blog contribution from Matt Ganzak, founder of and 5)     Guest blog on other sites to earn link backs. Then also guest blog on each other’s sites and even send newsletter’s to each other’s lists. He specializes in Website Development, SEO, blogging, PPC, media buying and monetization strategy. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Content marketing and SEO is getting more difficult. Each day, there are thousands of new domains purchased and thousands of new websites going online. 6)     Do not buy links.
    [Blog] The 5 Top Google Analytics Reports for Social Media Marketers
    The 5 Top Google Analytics Reports for Social Media Marketers is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. Ever feel the pressure to prove social media’s value beyond subscriptions counts (Likes and Followers)? Is so, you have probably relied on Google Analytics. Recent updates to the platform have made life a little easier on social media marketers. Here’s a rundown of classic and new tasks you can perform in Google Analytics to demonstrate social media’s impact. What You Could Do Before (and still can). and how much?
    [Blog] ViperChill Monthly Report 11
    don’t care about the stats and don’t have any goals, but instead view this as a great way to help you all see how I’m growing my blog and the kind of traffic sources you can use to do the same. Reply Caion says: September 2, 2010 at 1:53 pm My links are coming from some blogs, many directories, some css galleries, galleries logo, and etc! noticed your website on Daily Blog Tips couple days ago. I’ve been doing something similar on my blog every quarter. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!" Let’s look at the numbers, shall we? Thanks!
    [Blog] How To Become An Authoritative Figure Within Your Niche
    Twitter is key here, real time updates help to provide concise and informative information, complimented by a clear profile with backlinks to a well informed blog or website. When people are coming to you when they are looking for the latest news for their particular interest, it is more than likely that they will want to read more than just 140 characters, having a informative blog to back up your tweets will convert one time viewers into regular readers. 'When trying to become an authoritative figure within your niche, people will turn to you for information and advice.
    [Blog] Twitter and Bing Stay in Bed Together
    The post Twitter and Bing Stay in Bed Together appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'It’s not that we expected any different. It’s just good to know that it’s still alive and well. The two second choices in their respective niches have continued their firehose relationship to help Bing keep an advantage over Google and to give Twitter the added exposure and additional search filtering. It has been a symbiotic relationship for four years despite Bing’s relationship with Twitter. Read More: Search Engine Land.
    [Blog] New Blogger? Create a Viral Post in 5 Simple Steps!
    There’s no way a new blogger can write a viral blog post with five simple steps! There isn’t a blogger alive who hasn’t dreamed of writing that perfect blog post that will be read by thousands of people. Raise your hand if you’ve done this and have not created a viral blog post. Below are the steps you can use to create a viral blog post. Step 2: Find four blogs to submit guest posts to. Once you have your topic, find four blogs to submit guest posts to. ProBlogger has a lot of advice on successfully submitting guest posts to popular blogs.
    [Blog] My Auntie's 10 Steps to Social Media Measurement
    Then decide on how social media can help - tweet a daily offer, blogging on ideas, interviews on podcast with offer of trial etc etc. There are two ways to measure illustrated by two of my relatives. one has to weigh every single item of ingredient.let's call her my dear Aunt Scales. one just seems to know how much ingredients goes into a recipe and can't write it down, just says a bit of that, a glug of that.lets call her my mad Auntie Scales. Both are delicious cooks but there again.both have years of experience. Measurement of social media is like that at the moment. Refine. Measure.
  • ENGAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2013
    [Blog] Lois Lane Isn’t Dead, She’s Reinvented: How Journalists Can Adapt to the Changing News Sphere
    My colleague Daniel Ford reiterates this passion for writing on his blog : “Words give meaning to my life. '“When I went here, all I wanted to be—I mean from the time I was 13 years old and saw Lois Lane on television—I wanted to be a newspaper reporter.”. This is a quote from Nora Ephron when she received an Alumnae Achievement Award from her alma mater Wellesley College in 2006. Ephron came to New York City in 1960s to work as a reporter at the New York Post. So, is the once “glamorous” image of a confident, intelligent woman striving to report the truth defunct? Image: JD Hancock ].
    [Blog] Social Media Stunts Do More Harm Than Good
    Other examples include KLM’s Surprise program (we’ll be running a whole blog post about KLM’s social programs this week), and recently, DoubleTree Hotels’ birthday f or A.J. Social Media Stunts Do More Harm Than Good is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. We don’t love companies, we tolerate them. Only 48% of Americans trust business, according to the most recent Edelman Trust Barometer. – chronicled by the folks at Digital Royalty. Does Social Media Stunt Marketing Hurt Brands?
    [Blog] Day 3: People of color impacting the social web – Rob Fields – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: The Festival is a natural outgrowth of the work that he’s been doing on his black alt music and culture 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. Each post will include a picture, bio, two links from the selected person and this paragraph. Twitter: @robfields.
    [Blog] Get More Out of Google+
    When I first started blogging in early 2010, I was relatively new to social media. But once I started blogging in January 2010, I came to the realization that I was using Twitter in completely the wrong way if I wanted people to actually engage with me, and through me, my content. Matt is the Founder of Blogs Media Network, a collection of blog sites covering assorted content. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Matthew Weber of When I finally joined Twitter in 2009, I was unsure what the purpose of it was. Social Media
    [Blog] George Zimmerman’s Defense Team Turns to Social Media
    Reports indicate that the Orlando-based Mark O’Mara Law Group recently came up with Twitter and Facebook pages, along with a blog to defend Zimmerman in the social networking world. Meantime, a blog post from O’Mara’s Law Group notes “We feel it would be irresponsible to ignore the robust online conversation, and we feel equally as strong about establishing a professional, responsible, and ethical approach to new media.”. Zimmerman, while currently out on bail, is facing second-degree murder charges. Mara has been practicing criminal and family law for nearly 30 years.
    [Blog] Day 6: People of color impacting the social web – Sherri L. Smith #28DaysofDiversity
    Smith Twitter: @misssmith11 Website/Blog: Bio Sherri L. 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. Last year for Black History Month, I started an online series called 28 Days Diversity where I would feature someone new everyday during the month of February for just being awesome in their own right.
    [Blog] The Biggest Problem with @Yelp – They Don’t Reply Even After Four Months
    The post The Biggest Problem with @Yelp – They Don’t Reply Even After Four Months appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'A few months ago I ate at a restaurant and wrote a review. It wasn’t a bad review – I believe I either gave the restaurant three or four stars out of five – but it wasn’t a triumphant, best-gyro-ever review, either. few days later I received an email from Yelp saying that the review had been removed “because it lacks a firsthand customer experience.” That’s not a big deal, actually. emailed several times.
    [Blog] Premise Promises to Make Landing Pages Easy
    Even though blogs like Copyblogger offer useful guidance; it’s still difficult to craft a winning piece. While I’ve sporadically used Scribe for blog posts, I plan on using it religiously to tweak pages for Google love. Salesletters and landing pages scare the beejesus out of the most hardy marketers. Even though I have written my fair share the entire process still leaves a knot in my stomach. Here’s why…. Copywriting is hard. Headlines are tricky to write. Leads are notoriously difficult to pin down and the rest of the letter requires frequent tweaking and rewrites. Easy SEO.
    [Blog] Digg Starts The New Year Stagnant
    Follow Digg news on this social media blog. There has been hope building up surrounding for a few weeks now. Changes are rolling in nicely. Traffic seems to be steady and on the verge of climbing. Spam is all but gone. Today, a good chunk of that progress is overshadowed by the most stagnant homepage in, well, forever. 19 stories have been promoted to the top new section in the last 24 hours. Compared to the glory days of V3 when 90-140 would be promoted on a slow day, this doesn’t speak well for the struggling social news site. It isn’t the lack of news.
    [Blog] BBC Panel Discussion on Nicholas Carr's New Book 'The Shallows.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « The Social Squared Manifesto Thirty Three Things I Want to Do Before I’m Thirty Three » BBC Panel Discussion on Nicholas Carr’s New Book ‘The Shallows’ Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! should know.
    [Blog] We Are More In Sync and More Out of Sync Than Ever
    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 « Luxury Brands and the Social Commerce Opportunity in China Game Mechanics in Education: Leveling Up With Class Blogs » We Are More In Sync and More Out of Sync Than Ever Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! Lets talk.
    [Blog] The Genealogy of Success
    worked with a guy named Michael Calienes (@michaelcalienes) at Digitas in Boston > who wrote a blog post which I saw on his Facebook page > about buying Chris Brogan a beer in Amesbury, even though Michael was then in Florida > which got me curious about this social media THANG > which led me to meeting Chris for coffee > and going to events where I met almost everyone except Jeff Cutler, who I also knew from freelancing > which led me to getting back into writing for myself (vs. Naslund and Tamsen McMahon’s blog, Brass Tack Thinking.  Great post. Tamsen S.
    [Blog] Open Community Case Study – GoPlow
    Deliver expert opinions via blogs. This post is part of our regular series of  Open Community case studies, in which intrepid association blogger and freelance writer  Deirdre Reid will be digging into associations (and other kinds of organizations when relevant) who are living and breathing their open communities in the ways we describe in the book. If you have a case study to share, from the angle of any of the “big ideas&# in our little book, please  contact us. Community: GoPlow. GoPlow is the Snow & Ice Management Association ‘s (SIMA) online community. Facebook.
    [Blog] [VIDEO] Ride the Möbius Strip to #SocialBusiness Success @SocialEmployee #SocBiz #SocialSelling
    Solis’s observations come during a blog post and video interview with Porter Gale, former VP of marketing at Virgin America (@ VirginAmerica ). 'A few days ago, we unveiled our most recent video in support of our Amazon best-selling book, The Social Employee. As our roster of video content continues to expand, we find ourselves circling back on our earlier videos as a way of revisiting the concepts presented in them and exploring some real-world examples. Today, we look at our video, “ What is a Möbius Strip ?” How does this work? Watch the video to find out. Community Comes First.
    [Blog] 5 great articles you may have missed (October 29 – November 4, 2012)
    Here is a roundup of my favorite articles for October 29 – November 4, 2012: Facebook, You’ve Failed Us by Neicole Crepeau (grow) Your Blog is the Ultimate “Know, Like and Trust Generation Machine” by Tom Treanor (Right Mix Marketing) Facebook is not manipulating news feeds says Facebook by Jim Dougherty (leaderswest) The best way [.] 5 great articles you may have missed (October 29 – November 4, 2012) was written by Cendrine Marrouat for her social media blog, Creative Ramblings. Miscellaneous best articles of the week
    [Blog] Week 37 Staff Meeting
    Cross-posted from my Journal: …words – Staff Meetings Each week I fill out a short form on my personal journal blog about what happened during the week and what my plans are for the coming week. No work, no blogging (well, okay, a little) and lots of naps. missed last week’s meeting because I was working out the final days of my notice at the Tavern and then decided to take a three-day weekend. Yup, that’s right, Friday – Sunday. am cross-posting this meeting here because I want to share my process with you and invite you to join in next week.
    [Blog] Why Link Exchanges Are Like Mosquitoes
    As I slammed my laptop lid down, I realized that link exchanges are the mosquitoes of the blogging world. Imagine that all of us bloggers — interesting and interested people engaged in making our blogs the Next Best Thing — sit down at a summer table with platters of thick-grilled hamburgers and corn on the cob next to an open cooler of dripping beers. Some are from corporate entities seeking to promote blogs or sites by selling text links, though Google slashed PageRanks in 2007 in response to this tactic. Cool blog! What is a link exchange request?
    [Blog] Internet Sales Composite: Why KPA is Going to IS20G (and giving away scholarships)
    We don’t get to post often enough about the automotive industry here simply because it’s more of a general social media blog, but this itself is newsworthy enough. The Internet Sales 20 Group is being held in Chicago from October 23-25 and promises to be a game-changer in the automotive arena. As a result, KPA is not only sponsoring but offering seven scholarships to help dealers attend. Arguably the biggest differentiator between this and other fall conferences is the presence of Internet Sales Composites. Learn more about them in the video below.
    [Blog] 10 Companies SOPA Could Destroy and Why
    Tumblr  – Many popular sites have a section related to sharing the content they house; among the buttons is a link to micro-blogging powerhouse Tumblr. One of 2011?s most hotly contested political issues, the Stop Online Piracy Act, has spilled over into 2012. Kate Croston  of  Internet Service  penned a great post on SOPA and sent it our way. The The language and far-reaching implications of the bill have caused high-profile workers within the entertainment industry to publicly oppose it; even supporters admit that it could vastly change the internet as we know it.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2015
    [Blog] How to Be Productive on Facebook
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. 'Facebook productivity increases when you read a status update from a profile or page and opt to like, comment, or share. When you don’t click those options, you are stuck in lurker mode and eventually get bored. It is a misnomer that you need friends to be productive. You only need to see content. It can come from your friends but it can also come from pages you like and other profiles you follow. Here is the skinny on friends and followers. My updates are seen today by 113 friends and 356 followers. The number goes up and down.
    [Blog] How to Best Utilize Social Media Analytics
    Social media analytics blog Quintly reports that social media analytics solutions are in a “massive growth phase” as stakeholders continue to broaden social media marketing activities. 'What is it? Social media analytics is the practice of gathering and aggregating information from social media sites and analyzing the data to provide insight for a business. Why is it important? Companies thrive off of information about their consumers. Social media analytics can provide insight such as: Understanding the customer - What are their values? How do they spend their time? Why or why not?
    [Blog] Some Google Changes and Google Plus Tips
    See below: I have debated whether or not to link the blog posts that I share on Twitter via Google Plus. I have read a few “How to use Google Plus for Business” posts and presentations. They all focus on search results and the power of Google. This is true. While I do not have a Facebook Page, my Google Plus result comes up third in search: I did a test for Chobani and Pepsi. didn’t get the same results, but Facebook did not rank high for either. Chobani was not on the first page, and Pepsi’s Twitter link actually trumped Facebook. Next of note is Google Places.
    [Blog] Public Relations and the Rebirth of Storytelling
    She also tweets, blogs, drinks wine and makes up wacky acronyms JFTHOI. Guest post by Davina Brewer. As a PR pro, one of the things I’ve liked best about this social media movement is the rebirth or revival of storytelling. Banishment of the Business Barf. Down with buzzwords , no more word vomit. UnSucking of the corporate babble. Back to basics , we’re trying to tell real, human stories again. It’s not all about you. It’s about your customers or vendors, your clients and employees too; their stories and how your product or service helps them. Is it? Where.
  • JEFF ESPOSITO  |  MONDAY, MAY 20, 2013
    [Blog] Are you shipping too early?
    If you answered yes to any of these questions for your blog posts, emails, work letters, postcard, etc., 'Are you proud of everything you’ve written? Do you ever feel like you rushed just to finish the task at hand? Have you cut a corner here or there while writing? you have shipped too early. We live in a world where speed is of the essence. Unfortunately the downside of speed is that we often sacrifice quality for clearing the task at hand. We have all done this at one point or time, but that doesn’t make it right. Are you proud of what you wrote? At the end of the day we’re all busy.
    [Blog] Social Media Monitoring Tools and Services Report – July 2012 – from @Ideya
    That’s fine, because honestly, the world is big place, and the days of following a select set of blogs and news feeds to get the information that’s relevant seems to be over (Google killed it for me about a year ago when they changed Google Reader so it would not take notes anymore, and ended my favorite notation device). Normally, I don’t hawk anyone else’s reports, and I’m not doing it this time either. That’s mostly worked out, and it has also exposed me to people like those from Ideya, that I’d not have normally known about.
    [Blog] Day 2: People of color impacting the social web – Sian Morson – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. For the past two years for Black History Month, I started an online series called 28 Days Diversity where I would feature someone new everyday during the month of February for just being awesome in their own right. Twitter: @xianamoy.
    [Blog] 5 Common Causes of a Slow Website
    There are a few times, such as with monetized blogs, that ads are necessary. 'There’s been a lot of time, money and energy put into the company website–only to find that it runs about as fast as a turtle. What’s causing this slow-moving phenomenon? Just like symptoms of an illness, there might be a few different causes. For the non-tech savvy crowd, it’s best to get the help of a professional and avoid headaches and frustration. good webmaster or tech support guru can quickly identify what’s going on with the site. Server and Hosting Issues. Too Much Flash.
    [Blog] Google Penalizes Copyright Infringers: Are You At Risk?
    Recently Google announced on its official blog that it will start penalizing sites that are accused of copyright infringement. published an article titled Top 10 deadliest air crashes in the last 10 years on my own blog. ve found the same article reproduced without my permission on other blogs as well. Most bloggers and webmasters use Flickr to find images for their own blogs. If you are a Flickr fan when it comes to using images for your blog , use the advanced search and limit your results to Flickr or any other specific domain that you are interested in.
  • JACOB MORGAN  |  FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2010
    [Blog] My Thoughts on the Social CRM (SCRM) Panel at Social Media Club
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER My Thoughts on the Social CRM (SCRM) Panel at Social Media Club View Comments May 21st, 2010 I recently had the pleasure of attending the Social Media Club (San Francisco and Silicon Valley chapter) panel session around Social CRM which was moderated by Jeremiah Owyang and included Salesforce, Get Satisfaction, Mint, and Lithium Technologies.  If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. It became very clear to me that the Social CRM space is still ripe with confusion. 
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: Are Star Wars Toys Worth Dying Over?
    If you’re one of those who leaves comments on blogs because they’re not searchable, think again. I swear Mother Nature is punishing me. My mom called last night to say they’re getting snow in Utah. My sister-in-law called to say they’re getting snow in Southern Missouri. The east coast got snow last weekend. Denver is getting snow. live in the Northern arctic. WHERE IS MY SNOW?!? Mother Nature, I’m sorry! Whatever I did, I’m sorry! realize that has nothing to do with Gin and Topics. And now Gin and Topics. Google to Index Facebook Comments. kthxbye.
    [Blog] An interesting twist to Analytics Reporting and @PluggedIn Social Media Summit today – Web Journal
    I’m at the Pluggedin Social Media Summit most of Tuesday but I wanted to quickly cover a few post I read in Gary Angel’s blog, SEMANGEL, about Social Media Measurement. In the most recent post of the series, Sampling and Social Media, Gary points out that some of the uses of social listening that are [.]. web journal Gary Angel semangel Social Media Measurement
  • DEVUMI  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2014
    [Blog] 6 Steps to Get More YouTube Views Easily
    The post 6 Steps to Get More YouTube Views Easily appeared first on Devumi Blog. 'We all want to get more YouTube views, an active audience that watches your videos is the whole point of the platform. How do you get more YouTube views as everyone else is trying to do exactly the same thing you are? Read one through these six steps to find out how you can get more YouTube views, and maybe have a viral hit or two. Steps to get more YouTube views! Optimize your YouTube video titles. Your YouTube video titles are probably the most important written aspect of your video.
    [Blog] Alicia Keys Facebook Page: I'd Sign Up if She Asked Me All Cool
    Shining a Spotlight on Video News Webmaster Tools: Updates to Search queries, Parameter handling and Messages Twitter data lets NPR glimpse a future of app-loving news junkies Shared Items Disclaimer The opinions expressed on this blog are Adam Sherks own and do not necessarily reflect the views of his company or its clients. Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk Alicia Keys Facebook Page: I’d Sign Up if She Asked Me All Cool by Adam Sherk on January 19, 2010 Want to use your Facebook Page to build out your mailing list? Alicia Keys knows how to do it.
    [Blog] Use Social Sharing’s True Motive For Better Traffic
    ” Your blog is serious business. Find it and put it to work building your blog’s traffic in the following three steps. want to take part in their Twitter banter, find likeminded people, siphon useful information from their posts, get them to visit my blog, and build relationships I deem important. Watch the comments they leave on posts and blogs, and note what they share most often. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Shakira Dawud of Deliberate Ink. You’re getting regular traffic, but it’s flatlining.
    [Blog] Chrome Is Fast. That's Why You Need Chromercise.
    See this YouTube video: Everybody Chromercise and the original blog post from April 1, 2011: [link] /via My Google+ Profile. If you're a + Google Chrome user like me, you've probably gotten used to incredible speed. As with any other dramatic change to one's lifestyle, one must be adequately prepared. Thank goodness there's Chromercise ( [link] ). These finger sweatbands mean that I can browse more webpages, read all your posts, and simply get the web faster, without risking nasty finger sweat. And don't think I'm the only one who has Chromercise fever. Chrome Browser
    [Blog] Is Your Social Strategy Proactive or Reactive | Social Media.
    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 Is Your Social Strategy Proactive or Reactive? Sample tactics include writing blog posts, sending promotional tweets, creating and posting videos, and blog commenting. Like Sonn… [link] [link] Blog Manana New @jaybaer Is Your Social Strategy Proactive or Reactive?
    [Blog] How @RonRicciCisco is Championing the @SocialEmployee Revolution at #Cisco – And Why He Thinks It’s Inevitable #SocBiz
    Ricci recently posted an article to Cisco’s blog titled “ Why the Social Employee is Inevitable.” 'During our initial research for The Social Employee , we knew that one of the companies we wanted to focus on was the tech giant Cisco (@ Cisco ). We had learned that the business had recently undergone a dramatic internal transformation in both organizational structure and its decision-making process, but details on what exactly that looked like remained scarce. Naturally, we were dying to find out more. The details they shared regarding Cisco’s transformation were really quite incredible.
    [Blog] Focusing on What Really Matters
    If you’ve been reading this blog a while (thank you if you have, if not…welcome!) picture taken from a recent trip to Tibet (around 4500 meters high). you know that I’ve spent a lot of time talking about topics such as social media, social crm, enterprise 2.0, But every now and then I like to throw in a little personal post that has nothing to do with any of the above, this is one of those posts. First you should know a little something about me. I say what’s on my mind and ask questions if I have them. If I disagree with you I’ll tell you. Am I crazy?
    [Blog] Thwarting the Killjoy
    Sharing a blog post you’re proud of. Every single person who has shared a bit of their exciting news has run smack into the path of The Killjoy. You’re starting a business. Getting a promotion. Having a baby. Traveling around the world. Getting married. Moving in with your boy/girl/personfriend. Pursuing a new hobby, fitness regime, eating program, parenting approach. Proclaiming your love for a new band you’ve discovered. Whatever. Fill in the blank, from the mundane to the life-changing. You know him or her. But …” Here’s what I know that you should know.
    [Blog] 13 Writing Rules to Ignore for Becoming a Legendary Content Creator
    Blogging is about developing a voice as a company or personal brand online, and opening up conversations between consumers and companies. Not only are traditional conclusions uncommon in great content marketing, there’s reason to believe they could be a terrible idea for your business blog. For more insight on how to end your content marketing with a bang, check out Top Writing Tips to Infuse Your Blog with Stickiness. When I first started writing, it took me 10 million hours to complete a single blog post. Have 5 Sentences per Paragraph. Write Formally. Avoid Slang.
    Last month I mentioned SN-REACH and said I would try it on my blog and share the results ; the SN-REACH campaign has been running exactly one month (August 13th – September 13th) and generated 100 visits to the SN-REACH Multiplier page that was set up for this campaign.  The campaign itself was based around a white paper I created to give a way for free (compelling offer). Given that I didn’t have tons of traffic and we’re only talking about 100 visits to the multiplier page what are the takeaways here? Webmetrics 9.13.10. View more presentations from Marshall Sponder.
    [Blog] Facebook are Bringing Back Their Real Name Policy Regardless of how You Feel About it
    Chris Morran of The Consumerist blogged about Facebook’s attitude towards data : “I just want Facebook and others who take part in targeted advertising to admit that it has nothing to do with providing users with something they want. 'Facebook have announced that they intend to move forward with their “real name” policy, which requires users to use their “authentic” name. The announcement comes after a previous attempt stalled due to strong criticism from the Social Network’s users, resulting in Facebook apologising—a decision they’ve now seemingly reversed. Facebook data is such data.
    [Blog] Credit Cards and Social Media: Successes
    This blog post is written by Michael Dolen. Return to this blog next week for the second part of my guest blog post and boy, let me say, you will be surprised… Please continue reading Credit Cards and Social Media: Successes and leave a comment if inspired. Depending on the source referenced, the financial services industry takes second or third place when it comes to online ad spending in the US (as you can probably guess, the retail industry always takes the numero uno). But what works and what fails? First, let’s go over three major successes…. Features finance
  • SOSHABLE  |  SATURDAY, JULY 24, 2010
    [Blog] Tumblr is Down
    Since around 2:15 am Pacific, all blogs hosted on the site went down and as of the time of this post are still down. Their backend user interface and staff blog is also down. Tumblr has emerged as a rising star in social media offering more functionality than Twitter, an easier and more convenient posting method than blog platforms such as WordPress, and a community element similar to Vox and Ning. *UPDATE 3* Nothing from Tumblr’s Twitter Account, but the sites appear to be up and stable. There has been no word yet from the company Twitter account.
    [Blog] 7 Reasons Why I Won’t Tweet Diggbar Links Ever Again…
    This makes sense because it’s a blog. Digg does not produce content within the site itself other than the blog and the occasional video interview.  We write about the site on our blogs. Read more on this social media blog. Blast. … and you shouldn’t either. With that out of the way, let’s get right down to it: 1. They Pulled a “Bait and Switch&#. Regardless of what anyone at Digg says, this was just wrong. They should have either kept the Diggbar as a URL shortener or launched it initially with its current functionality. Baited.
    [Blog] Social Media: The Only Thing Certain to Blow Up for the #Mayans
    Read more tips on this social media blog. Some people believe that there’s going to be a major natural event that will devastate the world as the Mayan calendar comes to an end on December 21st. Others believe that man-made evils will generate turmoil on the date in a self-fulfilling prophecy sort of way. don’t believe either will happen, but there’s definitely going to be an explosion. Social media is going to go crazy on December 21st as well as December 22nd. The anticipation of this event has been building up for several years now. Go light with your engagement.
    [Blog] Content marketing, user data and the dangers of free WordPress themes
    So rather than adding to the list that I intend to blog about someday, here’s some important things to consider: Arm yourself with content, for Goliath is coming : Interesting post which reiterates a lot of the things I’ve been saying about content and marketing over the last 6 months – now is the time to start doing it. Myspace on the auction blog. Bit of a link post from me today as I’ve been working on a number of things for clients, and also updating some other projects. What happens to user data?
    [Blog] When the Prince Becomes a Frog: Protect your Social Media Sites
    Maintain in a safe, secure place the current administrator’s login and passwords for each social media outpost and any internal sites (web site, blog sites). The recent passing of two stalwarts in the social media community brought to light the issue of who holds the keys to your social media kingdom. Often your social media manager or “person” is the only one knowing the log-in names and passwords for your various social media sites. What happens when they are gone? Here’s a true story of an association that allowed one person hold all the keys and how it went very bad quickly.
    [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] Brand stories: Wisdom London – A Brand Is Born « Wisdom London
    Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Experiments in Social Media Number 3, Part 2: Rationing Twitter Brand thoughts: Google the chameleon » Brand stories: Wisdom London – A Brand Is Born By Kate Spiers The story of how a new brand identity evolves is endlessly fascinating.  How a seed of thought, a vision and a set of messages can be translated into something beautiful, enduring and connective. And where better place to start than our own? A few things: I am prepared to be bold.
    [Blog] Brand thoughts: Google the chameleon « Wisdom London
    Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Brand stories: Wisdom London – A Brand Is Born Brands in Action: Raising a family of brands » Brand thoughts: Google the chameleon By Kate Spiers Isn’t it amazing that the Google logo can be changed, disguised, dressed up, pimped, adorned, unwritten and re-written, and still work? That’s saying something. But like a chameleon, it remains true to itself underneath all of that. Is it because it’s so damn big and ubiquitous? Reply Kate D.
    [Blog] Day 9: People of color impacting the social web – Terrance Gaines – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: In addition to his blog, Terrance has also written technology news that empowers the African American community for & (now apart of Madame Noire), and currently writes mobile app news and reviews for, small business mobility and productivity articles for 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.
    [Blog] Defining Marketing: Traditional, Online, and Digital | Spin Sucks
    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. Then became the reoccurring question of defining marketing and how traditional, online, and digital all fit together. used to think of it as traditional and new. But now there is too much “new” to fit into one category. What do you think? Do you like this post?
    [Blog] infographic – Apple’s iPhone history and specifications
    The infographic below by Website Monitoring Blog gives you a history along with facts and figures about Apple’s much beloved iPhone. via: iPhone Facts and Figures (history & specs) | Website Monitoring Blog. As some of you know I’m a big fan of the iPhone. have purchased ever version of the iPhone from the first generation to the iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 is by far the best smartphone in the world (IMHO) because of the battery life, usability, the camera, the shape and access to the app store.
    [Blog] A couple of weeks of catching up…
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? But I have some more cunning plans….
    [Blog] Four Ways Brands Can #Unplug
    remember when publishing one blog post a week was considered a best practice for brands. Write a blog post about an employee who did something interesting. 'Image courtesy of Flickr user davitydave. This post originally appeared in Ragan’s PR Daily.  . One of the world’s most connected men,  Baratunde Thurston , recently took a month-long digital detox,  chronicled in the July/August issue of Fast Company. Thurston had grown increasingly exhausted with trying to keep up with all the Tweets, photos, status updates, check-ins, chats, and texts. Prune your presence. 
    [Blog] Is Net Neutrality About to Become a Thing of the Past?
    This isn’t a tech blog and believe me when I say I don’t fully understand what Google and Verizon are claiming to do by meeting with regulators. What about blogs and search engine optimization?  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. know, I know. And so ends the level playing field.
  • FEVER BEE  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2011
    [Blog] Promoting Your Online Community
    Get guest posts in blogs. Promoting your community is part of your job. Aim to get promotion in trade publications, newspapers, radio, TV. Continually comment on topical stories. Issue statements on behalf of the community on key issues. Promote individual members as well as the community in its entirety.    If you work for an organization, your organization should be promoting the community in press releases and through its own contacts. The organization should try to raise the status of being in the community. Refer to the community on the website and in company literature.
    [Blog] While Your Audience Checks In, Are You Checking Out?
    Retailers & Small Businesses I know it’s tough to keep up with it all – many businesses struggle with finding the right content for their blog posts and Tweets. Give those customers incentive to visit or make a purchase, and soon you’ll have them signed up for your newsletters, reading your blog posts, and actively participating on your Facebook wall – ideally.  I have a strange relationship with Foursquare; I use it compulsively , though the reasons why I do that are unclear. check in at restaurants, movie theatres, shopping malls, and even at the veterinarian.
    [Blog] When Journalism and Content Marketing Collide
    Papers monopolized media and now that’s gone because anyone can write a blog. Lyons : Anyone who has worked in the content world has gotten an internal email asking everyone to promote a new blog post. Check out Lyons’ work on the [ Hubspot blog ] and let us know your thoughts on the battle for attention in the comments 'Journalism and content marketing have been converging for years. These days, the two seem to be colliding with galactic force. How has the transition from journalism to content marketing been for you? Newsrooms are traditionally very hierarchical.
    [Blog] Rolling Thunder …. Welcome to Blue Focus Marketing
    Inaugural Blog. Some of our initial blogs will include a series of cutting-edge articles on the topic of creativity.  To support our robust business development offerings, our blog will provide deeper vision into the distinguishing elements of creativity in agencies.  Blog contributor Brian Slattery ( @BrianSlatts ) will delve into an ongoing study of inspiration, habits and commentary from some of the industry’s most influential creative forces. After several months of preparation, I am proud to announce Blue Focus Marketing.  SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!
    [Blog] How I stick to a 30 hour work week (and how you can too)
    For instance, you might want to spend one afternoon a week on your creative business writing: blogs, newsletters, sales pages, web pages, auto responder series. 'I was sitting opposite my doctor in her consulting room – a fatigue specialist at The Royal Free Hospital in London. We were going through the results of my blood tests, and I was hoping for a conclusive diagnosis that would explain mysterious symptoms I’d battled with for the past year. The specialist asked me hundreds of questions about my lifestyle, daily activities, my diet, sleeping patterns. Or is it your choice?’.
    [Blog] Pay Your Friends Through Facebook Messenger
    On their blog, Facebook said that payments work like this: To send money: Start a message with a friend. 'Facebook announced on Tuesday morning that users can now send and receive payments through the Messenger app. This new feature is expected to roll out in the next few months. Tap the $ icon and enter the amount you want to send. Tap  Pay  in the top right and add your debit card to send money. To receive money: Open the conversation from your friend. Tap  Add Card  in the message and add your debit card to accept money for the first time. Image from Facebook. Facebook
    [Blog] What the heck is lifecycle marketing?
    You can keep up-to-date with Zoober’s latest advice and resources by following the blog. 'Well frankly it has nothing to do with a Darwinian theory of evolution or bicycles, and it’s not a new type of everlasting gobstopper. Phew, now I’ve broken the silence I’ll begin. So, what the hell is it? Simply put, it’s just a better way to market your business. Lifecycle Marketing is taking over the digital hemisphere, in fact, it is far more worthwhile and rewarding than just content marketing, you probably just don’t know it yet. It goes further than the traditional marketing funnel of love.
    [Blog] Why Post Planner White Label Has Me Enchanted
    That means I get my logo at the bottom of the post instead of the Post Planner icon (or, if I were posting from HootSuite, for example, the HootSuite icon), and a branded footer link back to my blog … or any URL I choose. This This can be a custom landing page (if I have a special deal I want to share), my blog home page, whatever I want. Color me enchanted. wrote a while back about why I like Post Planner so much as a way to schedule posts to Facebook (have you tried it yet?). They created a white label version of it for me. Forever! First, you sign up for PPWL. No problem.
    [Blog] Why You Need to Open the Kimono in Social Media
    But the fact that your company has a Twitter account, or a Facebook page, or uses CoTweet (client), or has a blog doesn’t mean a damn thing, inherently. Tweet It’s more about the social, than it is about the media. It’s easy to forget that when we’re besieged by technology and tools inventions and announcements every single day. Just showing up to the party and treating social media like something else for you to check off your corporate to-do list doesn’t humanize your company. It doesn’t create kinship. It doesn’t drive purchase intent.
    [Blog] New Postling Streams: Save Time While Being Social
    In two simple steps you can post a blog post to various blogs, update Facebook and Twitter with status updates and/or links and various other accounts such as; WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, Squarespace, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. There is no lag time in connecting accounts and it’s easy to create a blog post from the dashboard to your blog. P.S. I posted this blog post from Postling! Social Media: Two small words for such a gigantic Industry, yet these small words have powerful meaning for your business. So how can you do both? Do you use Postling?
    [Blog] Discover The Secret of An Successful Marketing Plan
    Each tweet, each blog post, each article, each traditional marketing campaign…are bricks that will form to create a bridge for the customer to move from what they have to what they want. 'We create our business to provide a solution to the market. We love our solution, we are passionate about what we offer and yet we forget one important step. The business is the bridge; a bridge between the customer and our offer. So how do we build a bridge that people want to walk over? By answering two important questions. What does your customer have? What does your customer want?
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011
    [Blog] Inside View Makes Your New Business Meetings Productive
    have access to their stock information, any tweets, and most recent blogs that mention them. The big SOBCon is happening as I type and, while I was unable to attend this year (forthcoming Spin Sucks Pro launch, cough), I did manage to make it over to the opening night party, hosted by Social Media Club , on Thursday night. tell you this because I quite unexpectedly, and very pleasantly, had the opportunity to meet Cindy King from Social Media Examiner. Notwithstanding her brilliant accent, she was a complete delight to meet. did a search on Starbucks, just so you can see how it works.
  • SOSHABLE  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2013
    [Blog] Chevy Goes Heavy at #SXSW with #ChevySXSW
    Live-blogging is not my strong point. If you had to pick one brand that was really killing it at SXSW 2013, it would be Chevrolet. That’s right, the automaker from the industry known for clinging to traditional advertising techniques continues to have a handful of brands – Chevy and Ford in particular – that are finding success in progressive digital techniques. I’ll go into much more detail about what Chevy is doing here, but if first impressions are anything, Chevy is making a splash in my book. Chevy has been able to blow it out of the water. Related articles.
    [Blog] The 5 Critical Errors Most People Make When they Start Using Social Media for Business
    One way to find out more about their general interests (outside your blog) is to look at profiles of people who follow you. Check out their blogs, and see what they’re talking about and linking to. Post from: ProBlogger Blog Tips. For most businesses, participating in social media is unchartered territory. When there are no examples to follow, the only way to learn is to experiment. Over the last 18 months, I’ve been observing what’s worked and, more importantly, what hasn’t. Here are the top five ways a business can alienate people and waste time using social media.
    [Blog] One Social Thing Wrapup – Week of 6/4/2012
    One Social Thing Wrapup – Week of 6/4/2012 is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. Here’s what we included in this week’s One Social Thing daily email. Scroll to see the social media and content marketing articles you need to know. To get One Social Thing delivered to your email each day, please subscribe below. If you find a social media or content marketing story you think is a must-read, tweet it out with the #OneSocialThing hash tag. If we use your idea in an edition, I’ll send you a signed copy of my book.
    [Blog] The Power Of Imagination
    Please don't confuse this blog post with a message that advertising is the best way to reach a consumer. Another testament to the power of a fully integrated marketing message. was watching a television commercial for a luxury automobile the other day. It was your typical standard fare as far as car advertisements go. Rolling hills, a beautiful backdrop, a sports sedan buffed to perfection and the sound of the engine humming through nature. You could close your eyes and imagine yourself there. It happens. This was one of those moments. It felt good. That doesn't really happen. does it?
    [Blog] One Social Thing Wrapup – Week of 6/11/2012
    One Social Thing Wrapup – Week of 6/11/2012 is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. Here’s what we included in this week’s One Social Thing daily email. Scroll to see the social media and content marketing articles you need to know. To get One Social Thing delivered to your email each day, please subscribe below. If you find a social media or content marketing story you think is a must-read, tweet it out with the #OneSocialThing hash tag. Thanks! – Jay. What was the big issue of the week for you? How About You?
    [Blog] Facebook Marketing for Businesses | Justin Levy
    Great blog over there. Susan Payton The Marketing Eggspert [link] The Buzz » Blog Archive » Euna Lee Bernard Henry Levy Justine Levy [.] Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Facebook Marketing for Businesses Written on August 4, 2009 by Justin Levy in announcements , books , facebook , social media 43 Comments - Leave a comment! If youre new here or just an old friend, Id love it if you subscribed via RSS feed. Thanks for taking time out of your day to come hang out here! Now we’ll see.  Congrats!!
    [Blog] The Hierarchy of Communications
    Members communicate by blog posts/videos/UGC. Notice that forums, videos, and blog posts rank last. 'If members can only interact via the platform, it will take far longer to develop the community. This is because the level of  social presence  (awareness of an intelligent other) in the discussions are low. See the hierarchy of communication mediums below (1 is highest). Members communicate in person. Members communicate by phone. Members communicate by voice-chat. Members communicate in IM/SMS. Members communicate in chat-rooms. Members communicate by social networks.
  • SOSHABLE  |  THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2012
    [Blog] Be An Efficient Social Manager With Buffer
    My reader is set up with folders for each client containing RSS feeds from relevant blogs. Time saving tools are always welcome to anyone with the job title social media manager. If you have this title, or something similar, it is very likely that you manage multiple social accounts everyday. Whether it is different social networks, multiple Twitter IDs, or brand clients, efficient tools are necessary to keep updates flowing. tool that is specifically powerful for anyone who is seeking a professional appearance and consistent messaging is Buffer. How Buffer Sends Updates.
    [Blog] The Lack of Engagement on Your Facebook is Probably Not Your Fault
    Prior to today, I thought that this little “hobby” blog was just that, a hobby. It’s mine. Those of us who are out here in the blogosphere preaching about how to use Facebook properly for your business – we’re the ones to blame for your Facebook page’s failures. Don’t pick on your marketing manager. Don’t pick on the nephew who’s running your search marketing. Don’t blame Facebook or Google or the media. You can blame the government if you’d like – I’m okay with that. Now, I realize it’s a responsibility.
    [Blog] What Will Be Left Of Your Community in 10 Years' Time?
    Use blog posts and your own participation to share these across the community and then document them in the community's history.  'In 10 years, what will be left of your community today? Will you be using the same platform? Will the same people be there? Will the documented knowledge still be relevant?    You probably answered no to all these questions. Worse yet, you probably won't be involved with the community by 2024.    This doesn't mean community activity doesn't matter (nor that the community will die). Communities continually evolve.
    Ces February 23, 2010 at 2:57 pm I’m anxiously awaiting your next blog post!!! Home About Services Social Media Speaking-Training LMA Contact Subscribe Myrland Marketing Minutes Strategic Social Media: Making Social Media Make Sense SHOULD LAW FIRMS BAN USE OF FACEBOOK AT WORK? by Nancy Myrland on January 11, 2010 I predict that we will look back on this discussion in a few years, and find it hard to believe we were dealing with this. So.what to do about your people and social media to help them become a strategic complement to your business goals? Share Share this on
  • ENGAGE  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2012
    [Blog] Free vs. Paid: Will Your Members Still Love You?
    Ask people who visit your blog to sign up for a free e-newsletter. When we’re talking about using social media as part of a content strategy, we are talking about having free content out there. One of the first questions an association might ask is: Does giving away free content lessen the value of membership in the association? This question is the same dilemma that publishing companies faced years ago: Would giving away free content mean losing paid subscribers?  The answer to the first question is no (as is the answer to the second question). Quite the opposite.
    [Blog] Cutting Through Content Clutter with One Social Thing
    Besieged by blog posts, articles, and columns about social media and content marketing? Last week, I wrote about our new blog and editorial calendar, coming soon to this very space. have a solution. Today, news of our brand-new email service… One Social Thing. ). One Social Thing takes content curation to its logical conclusion. The Convince & Convert team (with help from you, read on!) figures out the single most important and interesting content about social media and content marketing, and sends it to you at the end of every day.
    [Blog] Are the Big Phone Carriers 'Good Enough' These Days?
    Many thousands of words were spent in blog posts here and elsewhere decrying AT&T''s seeming inability to scale up to the unprecedented data demands brought on by the iPhone. 'Last week, I got my hands on the brand new Nexus 5, and, as you might expect, I''ve been quite happy with it. The screen is fantastic. The size and weight are perfect, and the battery life is beyond anything I''ve had so far. But this isn''t a post about the Nexus 5. It''s about what I also switched when I changed phones - my carrier. And in my experience, what they deliver, for the most part, is good enough.
    [Blog] Is Your Facebook Page in Danger of Deletion? Save Your Fans in 6 Steps
    This guest post is by James Dunworth of the Ashtray Blog. When Ken Envoy of SiteSell lost his Facebook page and its 16,000 members, he immediately published a blog post titled, Urgent: We Need Your Help. We blogged about our story , and it went viral! We were astonished to get over 2000 shares of our first blog post about our Facebook page loss. It doesn’t make up for the loss of our page, but we received a lot of heart-warming support, and got some good links from other blogs out of the loss. blog links. blog commenting. tips to save your page.
    [Blog] The Twitter Follow Ratio
    Ryan Martin’s last blog post. in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 3237 Blog Book Reviews Entrepreneur Featured Geek Break Headline Lead Story Letters from Iraq Military Social Media Technology Notice : get_links is deprecated since version 2.1! Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS The Twitter Follow Ratio I was chatting it up with a fellow Tweet the other day talking about interesting Twitter apps that we both like to see if anything new has come around. ratio of around 1.0 ratio of 2.0 You may be an ass.
    [Blog] Looking for a job on LinkedIn
    Author: Koka Sexton Comments: 1 comment Date: 11 Aug 2010 Categories: Blog Tags: Benefit From , Experiences , Few Days , Hiring Manager , Hotjobs , Job Boards , Job Monster , Job Posting , Job Search , Jobs , LinkedIn , Looking For A Job , Necessary Evil , Open Positions , Profession , Recruiters , Resume , Scratching The Surface , truth , Wyoming There are 1 comment. Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS Looking for a job on LinkedIn Looking for a job is never an easy task. Well that’s how I go about it.) See…leads. For example “Storage&#.
    [Blog] The Twitter Follow Ratio - Koka Sexton dot Com
    Ryan Martin’s last blog post. in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 3237 Blog Book Reviews Entrepreneur Featured Geek Break Headline Lead Story Letters from Iraq Military Social Media Technology Notice : get_links is deprecated since version 2.1! Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS The Twitter Follow Ratio I was chatting it up with a fellow Tweet the other day talking about interesting Twitter apps that we both like to see if anything new has come around. ratio of around 1.0 ratio of 2.0 You may be an ass.
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