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    [Blog] Facebook Privacy Gone Awry: Search Engines Indexing Email Addresses from Facebook
    It also would have been nice if the author of that blog post had asked us before claiming that the “only way&# Google could have possibly found pages was by following links in emails. Private email addresses of individuals who have Facebook accounts are getting indexed by the search engines, including Google , Yahoo! , and Microsoft’s There are certain web pages on Facebook, mainly the Facebook Email Opt Out web page, that are getting indexed by the search engines. There is a problem because these web pages contain email addresses that can easily be harvested.
    [Blog] Weekly Roundup: Finding Comfort
    Why: I try not to pimp WGB too much here over at WUL, but the remarkable women who contribute to this blog really do amaze and inspire me almost every day. His blog is a joy for me to read, and he is as delightful over the phone; we haven’t met IRL yet. 5. Day 992 , from Amitabh Bacchan’s Big Blog (can’t figure out if that’s really its name, but I’m running with it). What blogs give you comfort? Shannon Pauls Very Official Blog Spin Sucks TopRank Online Marketing Blog Writing Boots - David Murray Love WUL? Wanna Subscribe?
    [Blog] 13 Ways for Bloggers to Make Money with Advertising
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Recently, I posted my “How bloggers make money MindMap&# on Google+. I’ve had a few people ask for clarification around the Advertising section, and what all the options there mean. Here’s a summary: 1. Ad networks. These are services like AdSense and Chitika but also smaller or more local ones like NuffNang (which operates out of Australia and Asia). They can probably fit in some of the other categories as well, as they use different models to deliver their ads. 2. Cost Per Impression (CMP). Cost Per Acquisition (CPA). Image ads.
    [Blog] Is It Moving You Forward
    Business-wise, I’m getting the most yield from email marketing, forum software, and blogging. I’m not using to write any “daily whatevers.&# I’m not using Quora to answer questions. haven’t tried that new Twitter client. In fact, I’m not doing a LOT of things. have a very simple question to answer each time: will this move me forward? We do things because we want to stay informed. None of these technologies is hot, new, or otherwise bleeding edge. They are all helping me move forward. That saves my back, because I travel tons.
    [Blog] A new model for building successful local news and information.
    There’s almost no barrier to entry of launching a local news site; with blog software, it’s very easy and cheap. Are you seeking out existing entities like West Seattle Blog and others, or are you waiting for them to express interest on their own? You wrote on your blog, Recovering Journalist, that a well-run, sophisticated local site can bring in more than $100,000 a year in revenue from advertising, e-commerce and other sources. One selfish question here: Are you going to stop blogging? Blog at Sure–just start small.
    [Blog] The role of canned responses in social communications
    They’d post blogs about the error of my ways, accuse me of playing favorites and question me directly on my profile page. Crafting canned responses to communicate with customers online does not mean you’re inauthentic. It means you know your audience and you’re prepared. One of the biggest benefits of monitoring any brand across social channels is the information gleaned from the key conversations associated with it. This is why social media is often referred to as a “real-time focus group” and social media audits are so valuable. Do we always make the mark?
    [Blog] Social media: Risk and regulation in the financial service industry
    With the Financial Services Authority (FSA)  asking firms to apply strict advertising rules to more informal communications like Twitter, forums and blog posts in order to stay compliant, it’s no wonder financial services brands are less keen to adopt new technologies – it’s just another area they can fall down on. Aside from niche communities ,  customer driven markets and transparency , risk and regulation was one of the key discussion points at our social media in financial services round table event. The current situation. What does the future hold? Tweet This!
    [Blog] StumbleUpon adds a new widget to its list of tools for publishers
    StumbleUpon users can now showcase the content they find on the giant discovery engine directly on a website and / or blog. StumbleUpon has recently announced the release of its StumbleUpon Widget, a new sharing tool that allows members of the site to display personalized recommendations and discoveries on their personal pages, websites and blogs. The StumbleUpon. News social sharing stumbleupon StumbleUpon news StumbleUpon Widget
    [Blog] At the Gov 2.0 Expo – Who's Making You Successful?
    Sure, I may be the one on the stage, but I’m generally not the one on the ground day after day working with the client.  I’m writing blogs – they’re trying to explain Twitter to a three-star general.  I’m speaking at events – they’re trying to do more work while still staying under budget.  Photo courtesy of James Duncan bah , blog , booz allen , boozallen , DC , Expo , g2e , g2s , gov20 , govloop , OReilly , Prof. web20 wiki Have This Blog Sent to Your Email! Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0 Government 2.0
    [Blog] 4 Reasons Why Social Media Will Make Me a TV Junkie This Fall
    Originally posted on the Likeable blog. ABC selected 12 contestants, but let the fans decide on contestant #13. 4) I have major FOMO. I use social media as a communication tool. I use it to keep in touch with friends and to tell them what I’m doing, where I’m going, what I’m thinking, and, most relevant to this blog post, what I’m watching. It’s official. I’m going to be glued to my couch this fall. Since I work in social media, it’s no surprise that my eyes hardly ever leave my computer screen: I am flooded with hundreds of posts, tweets, pins, etc. day in and day out.
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Mean Kitty
    Blogging / Writing. pillars of a successful blog. Google Page Rank , links, and guest blogging. Accepting guest posts – blog cardinal rules. Look What You’ve Missed: The Fetching Friday archives – tons of useful resources on blogging, social networking, and more. Tags: Fetching Friday blogging resources social media resources This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, and the Mean Kitty Song. The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have stumbledupon this week. Social Media.
    [Blog] The ProBlogger Infinite Scroller WordPress Plugin
    So how do you add and infinite scroll on your WordPress blog? One of the handy features of ours, that I’ve not seen any others, is the ability to include infinite scroll of related posts at the end of a actual blog post, not just an archive page (see the video at the end for a demo). Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Last week we made out first plugin available on the ProBlogger Community: an Infinite Scroll Wordpess Plugin. It’s It’s a plugin we’ve been using on Digital Photography School  since we redesigned it late last year. General
    [Blog] Long Tail Search Keyword Strategy Works!!!
    Well, it turns out my blog post now ranks on the 2nd or 3rd page of Google search results for each wine. The other day I wrote a post on Thoughts about Influencer Identification and why it’s not good enoug h and mentioned the names of 4 wines I tasted at a wine tasting I was at.   Go try it for yourself, just take each wine I wrote about it and pluck it into Google – I bet over time the rankings will get higher (closer to the first result). What kind of traffic did I get by mentioning those 4 wines?  Just a thought on sunny Friday in New York City.
    [Blog] Stacking Wood
    Blogging is stacking wood. I’ve never owned a wood stove, so the only chopping I’ve done at a wood pile has been at my discretion. love the feeling of an axe in my hand, and the beauty of splitting wood to be used for a fire. But that’s an illusion. love it for an afternoon of entertainment. If my home were heated by wood, I would probably come to loathe it, would want to offload the chore onto someone who needed the money, so that I could free myself to do something more “important.&#. Prospecting For New Customers. Of course, there’s a problem with that.
    [Blog] The Discipline to Write Daily
    My friend, Frank McMahon, asked me how I was able to write a blog post every day. The mechanics of writing daily are one thing. But it’s the discipline that really catches most people. Let’s talk about the discipline required to write daily. It Requires a Stillness. To write daily, you have to find a moment of stillness where you can put down your thoughts. Parents know that this is difficult. Busy people know that it’s difficult. And yet, there are ways to find stillness. We simply must build the desire to find that time into our daily habits. hunt for the stillness.
    [Blog] Social media predicts #SB47
    While I have my gut pick, I am not going to use that in my prediction for the game on this blog. In what started as a journey for the NFL’s 32 teams has been whittled down for two – the Ravens and the 49ers. Each team is looking to keep their undefeated Super Bowl record as they head into this Sunday’s big game. Who do you think will pull out the win? Instead, I will let social media buzz make the selection for me as I have throughout the regular season. This weekend is a 50-50 shot, so click the video below to see who social media picked to win: So what do you think of the pick?
    [Blog] Myrland Marketing Motivation: A Powerful Twosome
    As an early adopter of digital technology, she also helps firms with blogging, podcasts, video marketing and livestreaming. Myrland Marketing Motivation, A Little Virtual Encouragement To Start Your Week A Powerful Twosome   Has something ever happened to cause you to  doubt   your talents? Maybe someone said something to cause you to question your abilities? Perhaps many events over the years have caused this doubt? The result is often  discouragement , which can be a major hit to your soul. Today, I want you to know you  ARE   worthy. You  ARE   talented.
    [Blog] Lawyers: 4 Easy Ways To Choose The Right LinkedIn Groups
    As an early adopter of digital technology, she also helps firms with blogging, podcasts, video marketing and livestreaming. This is a video originally recorded today on Periscope. The actual lesson starts after about a minute as it is a best practice to welcome viewers into the “Scope” for a bit while you wait for people to join. Periscope only saves livestreams for 24 hours, so I have all of mine archived on She is a frequent LinkedIn and Twitter trainer, as well as a content marketing specialist. She can be reached via email here.
    [Blog] afaqs! Story on What the Sunsilk Gang of Girls Redesign Means for.
    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 « Financial Chronicle Story on the Rising Role of Social Networks Like Facebook and LinkedIn in Recruiting The Difference Between Communities, Social Networks and Social Outposts » afaqs! Story on What the Sunsilk Gang of Girls Redesign Means for Branded Social Networks Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! afaqs!
  • DANNY BROWN  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010
    [Blog] Fear Is A Stumbling Block - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs Fear Is A Stumbling Block June 11, 2010 21 voices share yours! Weird Science: cinema’s 5 worst genetic experiments | Science Fiction Blog says: June 12, 2010 at 3:23 pm [.] Weird Science: 5 worst movie of genetic experimentation – KLTV | Science Fiction Blog says: June 12, 2010 at 3:24 pm [.] Weird Science: The 5 Worst Movies of genetic experiments | Horror movie Blog says: June 12, 2010 at 3:26 pm [.] Use it. link].
    [Blog] The 12 Key Messaging Strategies for Email Lifecycle Marketing
    guest blogging, product reviews and concept validation, special promotion involvement, etc.). Guest post from Chris Sietsema , who teaches and trains small to medium-sized businesses and non-profits in the disciplines of search, social media, email marketing and online analytics.  Chris owns Teach to Fish Digital , a one-man consultancy in beautiful Mesa, Arizona.  He also created the infographics for The NOW Revolution. common challenge for us is to determine what specific messages will resonate with the various segments of our audience throughout the customer lifecycle. Basics.
    [Blog] The best way to find featured apps from iPad commercials
    Earlier this year I wrote a blog post about how to find iPad apps seen in commercials. Since then, I receive tons of Goggle search results from people still trying to find the apps featured in the iPad commercials. The previous post said to look for the the banner ad in iTunes that reads “ Apps from iPad TV Ads &# that links to this iTunes url: [link]. Now it seems as if the Apps from iPad TV Ads section in iTunes have not been updated for a while. Now the best way to find featured apps from iPad commercials is on the iPad. Click on that link and it will take you to the page below.
    [Blog] Trent Hamm’s 5 Strategies for Building The Simple Dollar
    Trent Hamm’s personal finance blog, The Simple Dollar attracts over 1.2 This post includes five of the strategies Trent used to take his blog from zero to one million, and his best practices now that he is achieving his dreams. Trent started by looking “at a few very popular blogs at the time— Lifehacker and a few others” and then “tried to think a little bit about what kind of posts would be useful to their readers.” Action Points: 1) Find a popular blog in your niche, 2) Study their style, 3) Write for their audience. 2. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger.
    [Blog] 7 Reasons You Should Pay the Haters
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Matt Cumming. Messed Up. Okay, this is embarrassing, but not-so-long ago I signed up for Reddit and without too much thought I dropped a simple attention-grabbing title and link to an article on my website within the first five minutes. Yes, I hear you —  bad form  — but I wanted to test the platform out. But he didn’t stop at a short rebuke. He didn’t just say “hey, crap tactic” and move on. Even if he was a fast-typing genius, it still must have taken  at least  half an hour of his precious time. Dismayed even.
    [Blog] Don’t expect engagement if your content isn’t worth it
    The people who still love what they do are doing their best to create interesting content, whether on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, blogs and other owned channels. I get it. Engagement is hard to come by. No matter the platform, brands are competing with every other platform for an iota of time from their target audience, which we all know is so bifurcated these days it’s insane. also know that when it comes to Facebook in particular, there’s always an algorithm change. But community managers do bear some responsibility. And that lies in the content. Today. Be thoughtful.
    [Blog] Catering to the Lowest Common Denominator
    They ape the best practices espoused by social media blogs, blogs often written by people who have rarely done it for anyone or anything other than their own personal brand. A couple of weeks ago, I attended TrackMaven’s Spark conference. There were many discussions on using digital tools to market, backed by several brands showing their best practices. Using data to ensure that a marketing program doesn’t simply mimic its competitors’ efforts or general best practices was a central thread. This is catering to the lowest common denominator, doing what others do.
    [Blog] What Social Network Should You Use to Grow Your Business?
    link] Pam Dyer I've found that LinkedIn is very helpful in terms of driving blog traffic. pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact What Social Network Should You Use to Grow Your Business? by Pam Dyer on February 23, 2010 Share Where should you go to reach your target market via social media? It depends on who your customers are. Here are some recent demographics for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. And if your goal is to reach a wide variety of users of all ages, incomes, and education levels, you can do so by using all three. pamorama [.] link].
    [Blog] Email Newsletters I’d Buy in 2011
    As you know, I recently launched my Blog Topics email newsletter, where I send out writing advice and blog topics weekly for the price of $9.97 a month. started thinking about who else I’d love to see a newsletter from. and would buy. Here’s my list: * Steve Garfield – video tips and advice. Kevin Nalts – video tips and advice. Julien Smith – fitness and nutrition advice. Christopher S. Penn – digital marketing advice. * Ann Handley – personal stories and memoirs. Hugh MacLeod – drawing prompts. Would you buy content?
    [Blog] Packing essentials for #SXSW
    If you have a blog and want to produce some interesting content, consider packing your video equipment because social media folks are always willing and ready to chat on camera. Is there anything like Texas in early March? Probably not, if you are one of the thousands of marketers, PR folks, movie buffs or music nuts (or a combination of the above) converging on Austin, its safe to say that you won’t see anything quite like SXSW. The collection of people, and hipsters, is quite astonishing. Water bottle – it is a known fact that there is a plethora of free beverages at SXSW.
    [Blog] Notes and Web Journal – March 5-8th 2012
    … TrustYou’s platform continuously gathers in 15 different languages, reputation information from the world’s top travel review and social media sites, including Facebook, Foursquare, Google Places, TripAdvisor, HolidayCheck, Twitter, Qype, Yelp and blogs, for user-generated content pertaining to a particular hotel and restaurant. Also, in Heidi Cohen’s blog – t here’s a story on Big Data with interesting perspectives, including mine. predict the Lytro will totally reinvent Photography within 3 years – just wait and see.
    [Blog] Extremely funny social media roundup by Marcus Brown
    Previous Entry: TOP 15 Augmented Reality Blogs Next Entry: Social Media World Forum Posted in Social Media News , Social Media UK & EU Tags: a few thoughts on the sate of socia media Marcus Brown state of social media You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 Advertisement blog comments powered by Disqus Top Videos Previous Entry TOP 15 Augmented Reality Blogs Next Entry Social Media World Forum SMC QUOTE “.As So what are your thoughts about social media?:) Some thoughts on social media from Marcus Brown on Vimeo. Valid XHTML 1.0
    [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] Week in Review: Posts and LIFT Shares, May 10 – 16, 2015
    Maximizing Your Content: 5 Ideas for Repurposing Your Blog Posts. Week in Review  May 10 – 16, 2015: Posts and Podcasts from  ConverStations , Armchair Articulations , and LIFT resources shared on Twitter ( @mikesansone ): This Week on ConverStations. METHOD: 75% About the Customer. WHY: Providing Signal by Prefixing Headlines. PERSEVERE: Climbing to the Top. GUEST: Does Your Business Have a Disaster Preparedness Plan? GUEST: Benefits of Crowdfunding Campaigns – Even if they Fail. WATCH: Creating and Capturing Creativity in LIFT Clips 05/16/15. IMPROVE : 3.5
    [Blog] MashedIn Social Media Friend Finder Application Launched
    MashedIn provides a widget that you can add to a web site or blog where your users can authenticate with either Facebook , Twitter , or LinkedIn to reveal common connections to the widget owner. Social Connections has released , an application that allows you to identify mutual connections across multiple social networks. Individuals have various groups of friends or connections on different social networks they use on a regular basis. Being able to see mutual connections across lots of networks steps-up the chance you will find common linkages. Share this on
    [Blog] The Digital Leverage Effect of Social Media and Email Marketing Integration
    Earlier this month I read an interesting post by Karen Talavera on The eMail Guide blog , a great resource for those who want to be kept well informed of every new development in the email marketing world. wrote a post about it on my blog. It made me think more than I already do about the role of content, e-mail marketing and social media from a cross-channel perspective. Here it is. And it’s all about people, right? Introducing “digital leverage&#. Karen shared an interesting concept in her post, titled “Content+eMail+social = digital leverage”.  couldn’t agree more.
    [Blog] Those Books That Bind Us
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. I stumbled across this quote from English actress Emilia Fox: “I never feel lonely if I’ve got a book – they’re like old friends. Even if you’re not reading them over and over again, you know they are there. And they’re part of your history. They sort of tell a story about your journey through life.” ” I know what she means because some of my oldest friends are also books. Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree” and Lloyd Alexander’s “The Book of Three” and C.S.
    [Blog] Top Five Stories for Week Ending September 3, 2010 | Spin Sucks
    Justin Brackett sent me this blog post and it is worth the read (don’t worry when you see the length – it’s mostly pictures). 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. Not our idea of fun. hope you’re getting off work early today to enjoy your long weekend without working. What Now?
    [Blog] 6 Reasons why you should check-in with location-based services such as TriOut, Foursquare, Brightkite, Whrrl, Gowalla, Scvngr, PlacePop, Yelp and more!
    Yesterday afternoon I was on a geo / location-based twitter rant due to various market research reports and blog post about the value of location-based services and the adoption of them. I’m not saying the research was inaccurate but I think the main message that was being delivered to marketers about the current state of location-based services could have been delivered better. If you have no clue what I’m talking about read the following post: Study: Foursquare, LBS Apps Have Narrow Audience, Prime For Early Adopter Marketers. Forrester: Why Most Marketers Should Forgo Foursquare.
    [Blog] Podcast: TheSocialGeeks Episode 34 – Twitter clones, Photosharing apps and music on the cloud
    Host your WordPress Blog at What started as a short list went into great conversations around: UberMedia and the Twitter clone. Photosharing application clones. What apps survived from SXSW. Music streaming services and cloud storage. and always more. Join  Chris Miller , Sarah Perez ( ReadWriteWeb ),  and  myself in this ~52 minute roundtable. You can see our links right here on Diigo with the show linkroll below.  TheSocialGeeks. Make sure to visit GoDaddy for discounts on all your domain needs. Go Daddy $ Sale! Go Daddy $12.99 SSL Sale! Domain Sale!
    [Blog] Explaining the confusing state of online video via Nettuts+
    If you’re a little confused of about what Google and Apple are battling over the guys at Nettuts+ posted the  The State of Video on the Web blog post. There’s a lot of talk in the bubble right now about Google vs Apple but this time it’s not about mobile phones but online video formats. Google plans to ditch H.264 support for in Google Chrome for WebM and then ask everyone to download a new plug-in if you’re using Safari or Internet Explorer. This sounds like we’re going back to 2001 and flash plugins for online video. must read. Video nettuts+ online vide
    [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] Rocket Content – Your B2B Secret Weapon
    He also blogs at Dare to Comment. They aren’t reading our tweets, they’re probably not reading our blogs, and they’re definitely not Liking us on Facebook. Tweet Guest post by Ian Greenleigh , the Social Media Manager at Bazaarvoice – the market and technology leader in hosted social commerce applications. There’s no doubt about it, those of us tasked with enterprise-level B2B marketing have some incredible hurdles to overcome. But we have a secret weapon: Rocket Content. With rocket content, your end goal remains the same. The missing link? Aim Lower.
    [Blog] Social Pros Podcast – Scott Monty, Ford Motor Company
    Google, on the other hand, has basically bought, acquired, or built sections of the Web that you can’t do without, and everybody has a piece of, whether it’s search or video or blogging or 28 other things, and they’re bringing it all together with Google+, which I think is a much more powerful connection, because again, it’s about weaving social into everything we do rather than making you go to a single platform. This is Episode 2 of the Social Pros Podcast : Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media. Next week’s guest is Justin Levy from Citrix Online.
    [Blog] Social Pros Podcast – Scott Monty, Ford Motor Company
    Google, on the other hand, has basically bought, acquired, or built sections of the Web that you can’t do without, and everybody has a piece of, whether it’s search or video or blogging or 28 other things, and they’re bringing it all together with Google+, which I think is a much more powerful connection, because again, it’s about weaving social into everything we do rather than making you go to a single platform. This is Episode 2 of the Social Pros Podcast : Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media. Next week’s guest is Justin Levy from Citrix Online.
    [Blog] Listening Is Key, But Don’t Forget Your Research
    Let’s rethink engagement as a process that begins long before you post a comment to someone’s blog or show your face on Twitter. Which blogs are receiving comments and tweets? As you dig into the content you identify through monitoring, you’ll start to discover the content producers (whether it be through Twitter, a blog, traditional media or another social platform) who are mentioned most frequently, get the most comments and responses, and are producing content that is being shared by others. by Heidi Sullivan. Stage actors have an old, if somewhat crude, joke.
    [Blog] Give up a Gift for Africa
    If you would like to support Give up a Gift for Africa on your blog please email This is a guest post from Shelley Lawrence. lived in Africa for three years, as a child, and I know from direct experience that we often forget the abundance we have here in the US. Just like in Shelley’s story, I try and instill in my kids the importance of giving back – if not all year round, then especially around the holidays. hope you’ll join me in supporting this cause. —————————-. link].
    [Blog] Facebook, Sharing, Social And Me
    Tweet Written by Tehneyat who currently resides in London, United Kingdom from where she is blogging for Mindjumpers. You can follow Tehneyat on Twitter @tehneyat. Two days ago, Facebook announced how they are going to use Facebook as a platform for communication between users and franchises. Facebook is offering people deals from different places they check into (coffee shops, clothing stores, restaurants etc) by checking into Places on Facebook. This is great advertising for consumer communities on Facebook. Brilliant marketing strategy. Sharing and Location Based Services (LBS).
    [Blog] Ah The Copy Paste
    Just got this in my inbox: Hey _, I was looking at the blog on your site , and was really impressed. would like to reach out to you about possibly writing a guest blog. could supply a completely unique and informational article or blog post for you, and all I ask for in return is a link back to. You’ve got some really great content! help run and maintain a site called It’s an online resource providing information for those seeking an online degree. normally write about the broadcasting field and would like to do the same for you! Thanks!
    [Blog] Social Media the One Bright Spot for PR Hiring
    They get a lot of resumes, but few are qualified,&# says Jeremiah Owyang on his blog. You need to be able to use blogs, microblogs, social networks, RSS feeds and other tools to connect internal stakeholders as well as reach out to, and build a community with, your customers and other external audiences. Courtesy of Dean Meyers Flickr. companies say they plan to award base salary pay increases in 2011. How is PR faring? One area in PR that is a bright spot in this tough hiring market is social media.  Online recruitment sites are being flooded with social medial positions.
    [Blog] Another Way Compassion Can Cure Writer’s Block
    Whatever the cause, we tend to feel writer’s block as a pressure to produce—we feel the demands of our blog, or our readers, or the expectations of our peers to create, and do it well, all the time. So instead of feeling resentment toward the masses waiting on the other side of our blogs to race through our next post, we can approach our writing from a position of compassion: What can you help your readers achieve today? Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. But it turns out Brandon had a different take on the topic than I do! How compassion can cure it.
    [Blog] How Can I Build My Self-Confidence?
    ” “If someone discovered my blog, they’d see I’m a great writer and offer me a book deal.” Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. – Picasso. “They will in a minute.” ” – punchline to a joke about a little girl drawing God and her teacher saying no one knew what God looked like. For whatever reason, self-confidence is in short supply. So few of us believe we’ve been granted permission to succeed. Instead, we’re still waiting. ” “I can’t quit my job.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #151
    How a First-Time Author Got a 7-Figure Book Deal - The Blog of Tim Ferriss. Not a week goes by that someone, somewhere doesn''t contact me for counsel on how to score a book deal, but I think that this blog post offers more insight, wisdom and knowledge than anything I have been through personally (or have read in a book, magazine article or online). Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? " (Alistair for Hugh). The Matrix Retold by Mom - Pixels Per Second. " (Alistair for Mitch). bitcurrent.
    [Blog] The Reaction Compulsion
    Akin to wolfing down a bag of donuts because it’s your diet cheat day without tasting even one of them, we’ve gone into hyperdrive with the way we proudly amass blog subscriptions, books, ebooks, videos, online courses, statistics, bookmarks… We voraciously dive into posts, fly through them in about 30 seconds, pick out the highlights, think we must know what it’s all about, and dive into the comments with gusto, brandishing our two cents as if they were the last two pieces of copper on the planet. Then again, I post most weeks 5 days a week on my blog.
    [Blog] Don’t Commit these Huge Faux Pas on Social Media
    One tweet here, a Facebook update there, a series of blog posts, and a downloaded report later, you might have a sale. In the world of stock investing, there’s something called as “irrational exuberance”—a term coined by Benjamin Graham, author of The Intelligent Investor. He refers to the madness you see on stock markets as people trade mindlessly; it’s not too different from gambling. You don’t trade that way. Well, who’s in the mood to listen, right? Social media is something like that. Although there’s good advice out there, no one is paying attention. You need to dig statistics.
    [Blog] Three Great Houses of Westeros Show How Social Media Is A Game of Thrones
    This post was originally published on the Twitter Counter blog. The new season of Game of Thrones is here, which means that a new round of political intrigue, plot-twisting deaths and violence has just began for the great houses of Westeros. Each house has its distinct character and culture which definitely reflects on the way they play this game of thrones. And even though in the Social Media world there are no dragons or trials by combat, there’s still something to learn about how to survive and win this game of power. House Stark: Winter is Coming. Keep it cool and professional.
    [Blog] Your community your way? Not on Facebook
    The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.Feel free to challenge me, disagree with me, or tell me I’m completely nuts in the comments section of each blog entry. StatCounter Blog Stats 66,103 hits Recent Readers View Entire Community Provided by MyBlogLog Pages About Angela Book Reviews Who is @Communitygirl? Just found your blog from The Community Roundtable Twitter account. I was outraged about this decision too, and posted a Tweet about it yesterday. Blog at Simply put, I think this is quite lame. your tab.
    [Blog] Vote for Your Favorites in the B2B Twitterer of the Year Awards
    The steering committee for the awards includes some of the heaviest hitters in the B2B social media space, such as Ardath Albee , author of  eMarketing Strategies for the Complex Sale ; Laura Fitton (aka Pistachio), CEO of; Ann Handley of MarketingProfs; and Joe Pulizzi from the Junta42 content marketing blog. Nominations and voting are now open for the B2B Twitterer of the Year (B2BTOTY) awards. Here’s your chance to recognize your favorite B2B organization or individual for their exceptional Twitter skills. Share this on Bebo. Subscribe to the comments for this post?
    [Blog] Video Content Marketing Strategy, Email Painkillers and Expensive Mistakes
    If you only read one blog post this week, make it this one. It’s been a pretty dramatic week in the marketing arena. Following the release of Instagram’s new video app, Twitter’s Vine was suffering a decrease in popularity and utilization. Vine responded nimbly this week with 15 new-and-improved features. While it’s anyone’s guess which video app will prevail, companies of all sizes can take a lesson from the agility Vine displayed in responding to their competition.         Image credit: Apolonia/ Painkillers vs. Vitamins in Email Writing.
    [Blog] Business Plan Paradox: It's About the Planning, Not the Plan.
    He blogs at  Planning Startups Stories. Related Posts Create a Business Blogging Strategy While You’re On Vacation Have something to add? And thanks for guest blogging here! 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. My first response to that is, with a wide grin: “Yep. Seriously.
    [Blog] Not a Social Media Guy – Bigger Stories
    Years later, when I got into blogging in 1998, it was because the tools let me express my interests and gave me an audience (pitifully small for a long while) for my writing. I woke up thinking about labels this morning. thought about how strange they are, how limiting. And I realized yet again that despite some people’s disdain for the concept of personal branding, we need to be mindful of what others label us. The early days and what sparked me. Before that point, we were mostly forced into geography-centric, work-centric, or family-centric social groups. Customer service?
    [Blog] The Future of Journalism and PR
    Social media sites, including blogs, are now essential items in journalists’ kitbags. Two events held recently focused on the future of journalism and the education of journalists: The second World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC2) in South Africa and   Journalism as News Providers: Challenges and Opportunities  held in Denver. One of the key findings from WJEC2 was that social media has become an integral part of journalism and must be included in the curriculum. They are tools for newsgathering and dissemination; for investigation and crowdsourced fact-checking.
    [Blog] What My Podcast Is Not
    If you want to hear these people get asked the same questions about the same things, I am sure there are tons of articles, blog posts, tv shows, radio programs and even other podcasts that people can listen to. I''m doing my best to not have there be a guest and an interviewer. I''m doing my best to inject how I am feeling and thinking, because a conversation should have two sides. work tireless in expressing that vision. I do it with the clients at Twist Image. I do it on this blog. I do it on my podcast. I do it the articles I write for Harvard Business Review , Inc. Every week.
    [Blog] Top Topic Trackers (Updated List)
    Topic-focused blogs (such as ReadWriteWeb !) In recent times, light blogging services have offered an easy way for individuals or small groups of people to curate information on a given topic. Favit (see also this follow-up post on the Favit blog for details about their topic tracking features). Last week we listed and categorized some of the leading topic-tracking tools on the Web. As usual we got a great response in the comments, with additional information about the apps listed and suggestions for other apps to add. Sponsor. Feed and/or Email Services. Google Alerts.
    [Blog] Engagement vs. Serendipity
    There are a few personal examples of how this has helped here  and  here  It's also been invaluable in my professional life helping me  helping me  drive leads, create partnerships, find podcast/blog interviewees, or even land speaking engagements. Earlier this morning, my Twitter friend, Michael Calienes  who is also the co-founder of The Conversation Factory, tweeted out a clip he did on video social network, 12 Seconds. What I liked about Michael's question was that it wasn't an "eff you" kind of statement but rather a thoughtful one. unfollowing the unengaged on
    [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] Privacy, Policies, and the Future of The Internet Economy
    Privacy, Policies, and the Future of The Internet Economy originally appeared on Jugnoo Social CRM and Social Marketing Blog - making your business social under a Creative Commons license. ? Earlier last year, I wrote a post in What’s Your Tech entitled: Google vs. Facebook: It’s all about Privacy. My background is in database marketing and I am a firm believer in full disclosure to the consumer. This has been the practice for any one-to-one communication regardless of channel. Transitioning this principle to the internet should not change the principles. churn. worked for Yahoo! Yahoo!
    [Blog] This Isn’t the Microsoft it Used to Be – My Full Circle Journey and Why I’m Back Again
    You may remember my scathing blog post denouncing my Xbox 360 and swearing I was leaving Microsoft.  I still feel that way about my old Xbox 360.  It was a piece of junk.  I sold it, sold all the games, and sent my Windows 7 machine with Windows Media Center on it to the scrap pile. Image via CrunchBase. The fact is Microsoft used to create junky hardware and software, and being big and experiencing growing pains they got lazy and stopped competing in a lot of the consumer market.  My old Xbox 360 died 4 times and they still weren’t willing to give me something better. The Kinect.
  • BILL HARTZER  |  MONDAY, JULY 13, 2009
    [Blog] Best Practices for Video Optimization
    There’s also an interesting blog post at 10e20 about videos on YouTube. Photo courtesy akolmetz on I’ve talked a lot about Search Engine Optimization in the past, and even a little bit about Social Media Optimization , optimizing your social media presence. My list of popular social media websites include sites like YouTube and MetaCafe. When submitting your video to these online video sites, did you know that you can optimize those videos so that they are bound to get more views? We all want our videos to get more views, right? Provide Transcripts of your Videos.
    [Blog] Five for Friday
    10 Reasons I’m Not Going To Talk About Google+ – this past week seemed like everyone was racing to get out a blog post or top 10 list of reasons to use Google+ and to be honest it was quite nauseating. This was on helluva quick week for me. Aside from being shortened by the fourth, I spent yesterday at home hanging with Baby Espo and running a ton of errands in preparation for his Christening tomorrow. In the office we’re also cranking up the gears on a project that I am uber-amped for. How was your week? Any big plans for the weekend? Catch you next week! thought so.
    [Blog] Can Courtney Love be Sued for Tweeting
    However, Twitter is a micro blogging site. Guest post from Gary Kibel , a Partner with the law firm of Davis & Gilbert LLP in New York who practices in the areas of advertising/marketing, new media/technology and privacy law. What do you call a Twitter user? This is not the opening of an off-color joke, but a key question that may arise in a lawsuit between fashion designer Dawn Simorangkir and Courtney Love over Ms. Love’s tweets. If Twitter users are ordinary people like you and me, then Ms. Simorangkir can allege defamation. Are Twitter Users Journalists or Not?
    [Blog] Finding Influencers using CisionPoint – Attend our CisionPoint Webinar Tuesday, November 16th 2PM EST
    Influencers.   You want it, CisionPoint can find Influencers (esp if they are in Mainstream Media , since the media database evolved from MSM but now includes 50,000+ blogs). And it’s mostly on Blogs but CisionPoint knows about Radio and TV. Just want to remind readers the CisionPoint Webinar I’m doing is Tuesday, November 16th at 2PM EST. Tuesday, November 16 th. 1:00 PM CST. Let’s talk about one thing you’ll learn at the Webinar.  What about “who&# is writing about “Social Media Monitoring&# ?  Jacob Morgan is writing the most about it?  
    [Blog] Do Social Media ‘Conversations’ Sell Anything?
    Guest post by Mark Schaefer , author of {grow}. I was reading a blog post the other day and this comment captured my attention: “Content is NOT king. blog comment is not a conversation. Mark Schaefer is a consultant, author, and college educator who blogs at {grow}. It is the conversation around that content that is king.&#. recently wrote about how many of these conversations we THINK are occurring on the social web that are not occurring at all. tweet or a status update is not a conversation. Pushing a “like&# button is not a conversation. Yes, I said sales.
    [Blog] How Can I Help You Today?
    Home About Testimonials Events Services Webinars Twitter Getting Started on Twitter Webinar Twitter Webinar: Tools and Tips (Intermediate Level) LinkedIn LinkedIn 1 – Getting Started LinkedIn 2 – Building and Leveraging Your Network Ask Calendar Contact Blogging Branding Business Career Facebook LinkedIn Networking Social Media Tips Twitter Lijit Search How Can I Help You Today? Be specific – When asking for help, tell us exactly what you need, rather than “tell me what you think of my blog.&# The same goes for offering feedback. What do you think?
    [Blog] Hemingway’s Pencils
    I’ve said this a lot lately, so I wanted to blog it: No one ever asked Hemingway which pencils he used to write his books. The tools aren’t the thing. The effort and the content and the promotion and the connection and the networking and the building value are the thing. Then and Now. You know what’s really changed? Platform. That’s one huge thing that’s changed. You can build a platform by yourself. You don’t need the mainstream (though they can certainly help). You know what else has changed? Value extraction. You can’t do that now. Build it.
    [Blog] Where to start if your brand wants to build an online community
    They are tweeting daily , retweeting others , thanking people for retweeting them , championing the work of other people and institutions , posting photos , offering a community page , partnering in creative projects like the  GOOD Magazine MDG poster competition , writing blog posts , hosting new thought leadership events like TEDxCHANGE , and altogether creating an engaging, dynamic and multi-dimensional experience for community members. One of the most common mistakes brands make is the goal they set for themselves once they engage with social media. Facebook.
    [Blog] Podcast: What are STAFDA Distributors Doing to Weather This Downturn?
    Leave a Reply Cancel reply John Sonnhalter Welcome to my blog, Tradesmen Insights. Blog at to the professional tradesman in the Construction, Industrial and MRO markets Home About Me Contact Market Overviews Newsletter Podcasts Services Podcast: What are STAFDA Distributors Doing to Weather This Downturn? recently caught up with Tom Hammel from Contractor Supply magazine, and he was able to share some insights as to what STAFDA distributors were doing to get them through the 2009 downturn. Tom shares his thoughts here. take my survey [link].
    [Blog] Podcast: What the Plumbing Industry is Doing about Water Conservation
    Leave a Reply Cancel reply John Sonnhalter Welcome to my blog, Tradesmen Insights. Blog at to the professional tradesman in the Construction, Industrial and MRO markets Home About Me Contact Market Overviews Newsletter Podcasts Services Podcast: What the Plumbing Industry is Doing about Water Conservation I caught up with Bob Mader, editor-in-chief of Contractor, Radiant Living and Green Mechanical Contracting magazines. You can hear the interview here. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 take my survey [link].
    [Blog] What’s in a crowdsourcing….
    But then I spotted the always interesting Andrea Phillips had beaten me to is on her blog, Deus Ex Machinatio. I was going to write an eloquent and heartfelt post regarding everything that’s wrong about the attempt by Golley Slater to rebrand by a hamfisted attempt at ‘crowdsourcing’ – another example why really we should be stricter about how the term is used, and why co-collaboration should probably replace it. So I’ll get back to working and trying not to lose myself in playing with Google +.
    [Blog] Where did Saturday morning cartoons go?
    As I was sitting and starting on some blog posts and waiting for my wife’s flight land in Boston and was thumbing through the TV listings. Instead of the Saturday morning cartoons that I grew up with there was just crap that made me feel dumb watching that. started to think about the great Saturday morning cartoons and then saw this Tweet: So obviously I am not the only one that thought of that and decided to log into YouTube and watch some of my favorite old cartoon themes. Here are some of my all-time favorites: What did I miss and what was your favorite?
    [Blog] Implementing Enterprise 2.0 at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Pt 3: Technology Adoption and Operational Impact
    The senior leadership team has begun to blog, which has increased the employee perception of a more open and transparent organization. This is the third in a series of posts on how the  Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (The Foundation), is implementing emergent collaboration strategies and technologies within its organization. You can read part 1 on Business Drivers and part 2 on organizational and culture shifts. This was due in part to increased funding from new global health initiatives, such as the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Enterprise 2.0
    [Blog] How Important Is It to Unplug | Spin Sucks
    Although I do get antsy if I haven’t blogged in a while… Gini Dietrich Reply: August 27th, 2010 at 9:17 am Danny, the only time I’ve known you NOT to blog is when you were out for health reasons and there was still activity on your blog. just have a ton of ideas bubbling around in my head, and I always want to blog them right there. The only concern I have is that it takes away attention from the main post itself – I’ll be looking at how many folks click through to the fuller article on the originating blog. Blog Roll Book Rec.
    [Blog] Absorb Emulate and Innovate
    quite often see something (a visual detail) and snap a photo, and turn it into a blog post later. have several other photos on my phone that aren’t for blog posts but for business ideas. Someone recently came up to me and said, “I know exactly how you blog!&# He then laid out exactly how I blog. He saw the structure under what I do, and he realized he knew how to emulate it. A few days later I went by his blog, and he’s taking what I know how to do to new levels. Don’t write a blog with five tidbits and a question at the close.
    [Blog] Content Rules (and boy does it!)
    This isn't a new topic for this blog -- and if you're a regular reader, you know how vital I believe this is to marketing success today and down the road.   You will need to be a content creator and curator…or else you won't survive some of the new shifts in how people gather information, make buy decisions and build brand loyalty.    We can't rely on others (mass media, press releases, other "official" sources) or hype to tell our story anymore. Chapman (founder of DigitalDads).  Probably not. give you the tools to take action. Books
    [Blog] 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
    [Blog] Gov 2.0 Isn't Achieved via Instruction Manual
    What blogging platform should they use and how often should they blog? 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! From D.C.
    [Blog] Online Promotions
    Sketch out the content for all of this (ad copy, creative, blog posts, social networking stories, blogger outreach angles). work on blog posts, including text and video and audio versions. If I see a blogger take a short URL across Twitter, Facebook, their blog, YouTube, and wherever else, I know that the person is an excellent sneezer for future projects. There are much better blogs than mine covering that part of promotions, so I didn’t cover it in as much detail. The Plan. The parts of my plan are: goals and resources, mechanics, content, contingencies.
    [Blog] Madison Avenue Strikes Back
    Now when you look at Technorati’s Top 100 blogs, major media blogs, blog mastheads that have been acquired by media conglomerates, or properties under the flag of new media conglomerates like Gawker dominate the list. When an industry is operating in a hype bubble, it creates statements like this one : “Silicon Valley Will Be the Next Madison Avenue.&# While claiming that Facebook social ads are the coolest property out there, one forgets who buys the ads. Meanwhile, Madison Avenue is adapting and thriving. Tools don’t replace marketing or communications.
    [Blog] The Everything In Between Post
    That’s why I’m calling it the “everything in between&# post, since that is mentioned loud and clear in the tag line of this blog. Shannon Pauls Very Official Blog Spin Sucks TopRank Online Marketing Blog Writing Boots - David Murray Love WUL? Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox. And you take responsibility for your comments - just as this is my blog, those are your comments, not mine. think most days are good days. But today was a crap day. prepared for this by taking care of all my pending work in advance, letting my clients know, etc.
    [Blog] Experts in the Industry: Melanie Notkin (25 of 45)
    I became friends with Melanie Notkin , founder of, quite accidentally. One night, I was driving home from work and peeked at Twitter (as I was stopped at a light of course). Melanie was closing in on one of her early milestones (I think it was 200 followers) and was asking for help getting there. As a result, I couldn't resist throwing out a quick plug for her and asked friends @dough and @scottmonty to do the same. Melanie of course hit her milestone and hasn't looked back since. Now she owns her own business -- -- and has surpassed me in Twitter followers.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2011
    [Blog] Success Stories and the Question of Scale
    Success Stories and the Question of Scale originally appeared on Danny Brown | Social Media Marketing Blog - The Human Side of Media and the Social Side of Marketing under a Creative Commons license. Success is a funny thing. It means you’re doing something right, and that people are enjoying your product, service or (possibly more importantly) your knowledge. They’ve joined your tribe and they want to help you grow. Success also means that where you started probably isn’t where you are now – your garage band has moved into a recording studio.
    [Blog] Social Media Training Programs | 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. Sorry. Writing is more comfortable for me…but I’ll be back next week! But that doesn’t mean I can’t answer a question and today’s comes from Carmen Krushas. Though we didn’t end up getting to work together, she quickly became a friend.
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  TUESDAY, MAY 10, 2011
    [Blog] Organize Your Business
    It’s definitely a blog post here on []. Most small businesses don’t work like an assembly line, at least not at first. Depending on the owner, it might never be a goal of your business to work that way (it’s certainly not my goal). But we do tend to want to have a way to focus on our business, and we do care about which tasks matter most. Here’s how I set about doing my business on any given day. Not the ideal that people would have you follow, but this is the real way I work on my business. Simple Framework. Long term goals. Important projects.
    [Blog] Mail Today Story on Identity Theft on Facebook, Orkut and Twitter.
    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 « Branded Social Entertainment in India: Online Talent Hunt Contests and Reality Shows Hindu Story on Mobile Marketing in India » Mail Today Story on Identity Theft on Facebook, Orkut and Twitter Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2. TOWARDS SAFER WEB 2.0
    [Blog] Luxury Brands and the Social Commerce Opportunity in China.
    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 Ultimate List of Meetups, Events and Conferences for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists in Asia We Are More In Sync and More Out of Sync Than Ever » Luxury Brands and the Social Commerce Opportunity in China Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2.
    Share this on Reddit Tagged as: Client Service , Impact , Myrland Marketing , Myrland Marketing Moment , Words { 1 trackback } Tweets that mention My newest blog post: How Our Words Impact Our Clients -- May 10, 2010 at 2:32 pm { 2 comments… read them below or add one } Nils Montan May 10, 2010 at 3:56 pm Thanks Nancy. This morning’s Myrland Marketing Moment was born of a real-life experience I had with my Mom this morning while at the doctor. Because my Mom was her client. Actually, I was too as I was a family member of her client. How can that be? Digg this!
    [Blog] Minority Report and Web Journal Sept 30th to October 2nd 2010
    Using automation software that slogs through  Facebook ,  Twitter ,  Flickr ,  YouTube , LinkedIn , blogs, and “thousands of other sources,&# the  company develops a report on the “real you&# — not the carefully crafted you in your resume. The top story I read over the last couple of days  featured a  “Minority Report&# type of social media monitoring for HR and IT recruitment by a  startup called  Social Intelligence that data-mines  social networks to help  companies decide if they really want to hire you or not. The service is called Social Intelligence Hiring.
    [Blog] Combining social and email is about more than sharing tools
    Some thoughts on taking your social email marketing some steps further as I posted them yesterday on my blog. Sharing tools are just a tiny detail in the convergence of social and email. Many email marketers have discovered that social media and email marketing can be a perfect fit. The list of.
  • LOUIS GRAY  |  SUNDAY, JULY 25, 2010
    [Blog] Supertrackr Tracks "Anything" on the Web, Instantly
    News , but instead, they are looking to social networks like Twitter and Facebook , and often blogs, to get the very latest. In its place has risen third-party tools and products that tap into Pubsubhubbub , a real-time notification protocol powering most of the world's blogs today, and many different content sites. Thanks to advances in the Web's real-time infrastructure over the last few years, our acceptance of latency or delay in discovery has practically been eliminated. But due to Twitter's rapid growth and some infrastructure holes, the feature has long since been dead.
    [Blog] Social Networking, Bookmarking, and Sharing
    Ways to Use Social Networking for Blog Promotion. One of my commenters last week asked about the difference between social bookmarking and social networking sites. think of social networking sites as ones where you can communicate directly with other members, where as social bookmarking sites are ones that you can add bookmarks to be shared with other members without as much direct communication. There are sites that are definitely considered one or the other, but some sites offer both bookmarking and networking features. Here are some networks that can be used for both purposes. Diigo.
    [Blog] Building is Sexy
    Subscribers to the blog will get the first 1/3 of the story. To cover this, I’m going to do a blog series, newsletter series, a free webinar, and then package the “making of&# this project, and finally release an ebook with even more information on the process. Watch This Space. I’ll put links to the individual blog posts on this page. I’m starting a series called Building is Sexy. Subscribers to my free newsletter will get the other 2/3 of the story as it unfolds. The Package. The more I add to the project, the more valuable this page will be.
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