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    [Blog] LinkedIn Tip - “Hey, Baby. What's Your URL?”
    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 LinkedIn Tip – “Hey, Baby. What’s Your URL?&# Posted by Irene Koehler in LinkedIn on December 30, 2008 | 9 responses You meet someone at a conference or a networking event and want to stay in touch. Reply A.
    [Blog] Skype and Web Journal May 4th – 10th, 2011
    In a unrelated discovery yesterday I found the latest updates to WordPress on my iPhone allow creating and uploading videos to blogs and I did that with an event I attended last night at the Lisa Salon in Dumbo. The only glitch is WordPress is hosting those videos, not YouTube – so it would be nice to have a way to take a video while in WordPress, upload it to YouTube then automatically embed it onto the blog post.  In other words – how to you get sentiment out of a situation where people don’t have strong feelings one way or the other?   Just a thought.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009
    [Blog] Where Do You Want Your Social Media Press Releases to Live?
    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 Where Do You Want Your Social Media Press Releases to Live? But what caught my eye were the options for archiving releases and creating a custom newsroom. However there is also a downside.
    [Blog] Connect Online and Offline Consumer Insights Using Analytics
    With the influx of blogs and consumer social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, companies have a growing wealth of valuable information about how consumers are thinking about their products and services.  New technologies such as text mining and sentiment analysis are enabling companies to stream and compute the information from e-commerce sites and social media outlets (blogs, Twitter, etc.) More and more often, these sites provide in-your-face descriptions of consumer perceptions of your brand. Too few! Related Articles: What does Engagement Really Mean?
    [Blog] Ford is Built Social Media Tough. Putting Ford in FORwarD Thinking
    Read more Social Media news on our blog. To be an Automotive Company or Dealership at this exact moment in time can be tough. Social Media has annexed all natural distribution of selling and altered the performance salespersons have perfected for years. It has become alarming to many, not identifying the purpose of talking to people online, generating content to share and setting up shop on things called social networks. Many still think Social Media’s sole purpose is for personal use and have yet unleashed its possibilities to gain when using social sites for business.
    [Blog] Measurement, The Election and Upcoming Classes – Web Journal
    Just a brief post to mention how the election went (which I alluded to in my last post) – it seems like Nate Silver at Five Thirty Eight blog called the every state correctly and was wrong on just one senate race. I think that gives rise to the Quant as the election forecaster, something long predicted by none other than Eric Peterson. If anyone in the analytics space gets on the cover of Time Magazine, it’ll probably be Nate Silver. It was also interesting to see just how much hot air was in the entire election cycle, go to about 3 minutes in – ha ! That was priceless!
    [Blog] Meeting and Books and Webinars – all in one! Web Journal – August 23rd – August 25th, 2011
    And finally, in a very interesting stream of support over at WCG, where I lend support to their Analytics efforts, a stream of support along with a blog post I wrote. A lot happened yesterday including a breakfast meeting with author and director of the Advertising(Audience) Research Foundation - Stephen Rappaport and I, in midtown Manhattan, near the ARF’s offices. Here are some photos and a video. Stephen Rappaport and I having Breakfast along with a mystery guest – ha! After breakfast, Stephen took me on a short romp of the ARF’s offices near by.
    [Blog] Traffic Technique 5: Social Media
    We’ve discussed many of these issues in detail on the blog, so today I’m interested in going a bit deeper with the discussion and looking at social media at a more fundamental level. This is definitely a case of reactionary blogging—simply doing something because we don’t want to be left behind the mainstream. The idea of a social network being a mass communication medium through which we update our followers on everything we blog may change as the shape of social networking changes from mass networks to niche networks. targeting. Where will you share?
    [Blog] Social Pros 18 – Ike Pigott, Alabama Power
    ” 30% of them said LinkedIn, 20% said blogging, and 19% said Facebook. Jay : Yes, and 20% was blogging. One out of five B2B companies said that blogging was the most effective social media tool in their toolkit. To me that’s particularly curious, because if I was a B2B company, and certainly we advise a number of B2B companies, it seems to me like the first thing you ought to be putting time and effort into is a blog. In which case, I would argue that blogs may be the only outlet. The blog that we use, we actually backed into it. Listen Now.
    [Blog] Link Removal Request Email Related to Google Disavow Tool
    won’t go into all the details about whether or not you need to use the Google Disavow Tool or not, that’s really too much information to go into right now–and should be detailed in another blog post. Google has released their Google Disavow Tool , an online tool part of Google Webmaster Tools that allows web site owners disavow links to their web site. You really only need to use this tool if you’ve been unsuccessful in getting bad links or over-optimized anchor text links to your site removed. This email is lengthy–and I applaud them for their efforts.
    [Blog] Getting Familiar with Facebook Marketing Tactics
    Initially, you can increase awareness about your Facebook page by notifying followers on other social media platforms and linking to your page from your company website and blog. 'Treating Facebook like the other major social media platforms can be a costly mistake for companies trying to establish their presence online. Facebook comes with a unique set of features; you must ensure your content strategy is working with these tools, rather than against them. Simply pasting the same social updates across all your social media accounts won’t cut it. How to Gather More Page Likes.
    [Blog] A Superior Writing Method
    The (simple) two-day blogging method. When you decide to write about a blog post idea, furiously write the bulk of the idea or post down. Flexibility bonus: This system will work regardless of how often you write blog posts and how many you write per day. Stephen Guise typed this guest post using the THREE day blogging method. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Stephen Guise of Deep Existence. Picture this: you have just finished writing and editing a magnificent piece. Thankfully, I’ve found the solution to this conundrum.
    [Blog] This Week in Location: 30 must read location-based articles from the past 7 days
    Blog Post. Local Social Media Marketing: How Your Peers Use Twitter, Facebook, And Blogs. Videos. schneidermike and @EricLeist check out SCVNGR rewards. Social Media Tulsa What is Whrrl. The real Facebook burglaries story. Pros And Cons Of Mobile Marketing. How Local Businesses can use Facebook Places. Plan and share your trips with Tripline. The U.S. is Catching Up to The World in the SMS Marketing Race. Nick’s Crispy Tacos offers free taco via mobile challenge. SCVNGR Debuts Web-Based, Self-Serve LBS Rewards Platform For Businesses. Today in Location Based Services and Apps.
    [Blog] This Post Isn’t Worth Your Time – Brave Now
    Look at this old blog post from 2004 about hiring an inner coach. I’ve spent a lot of my life being quite self-deprecating. “I haven’t done much” or “this isn’t really that big a deal” or “I have no idea why anyone would care.” lot of experiences in a row have really helped me come to see that you and I both have to stop with language that minimizes our intent and our capabilities. It’s time to be worthy. Our Inner Critic Shouldn’t Ever Be Given the Mic. I’ve been on to this for a long time. Go do what matters.
    [Blog] 3 Powerful Reasons Why Taking a Break Will Refuel Your Writing
    You can potentially create an incredible blog post, just with a few simple words or phrases you’ve jotted down. Organize your ideas and notes for relevant categories on your blog. Sometimes the notes that I write down are usually headlines or the first sentence of a blog post—the rest naturally flows, or at least kick-starts an idea. We are constantly thinking, constantly brainstorming, and constantly flooding our heads with superfluous information from blogs to books. Blogging is a newfound passion and I want to prove to the world that this is the best career.
    [Blog] How to Allow Search Engines to Index Your Facebook Profile
    If you are a regular reader of my blog, you might recall that I recently wrote about how to download your Facebook information and how Facebook has added a link for you to download your private Facebook information. As you may be aware, Facebook has, very publicly, said that they do not want search engines like Google and Bing to index your Facebook profile. have written before about how Facebook has had email privacy issues and all sorts of other privacy issues when it comes to the data that we put on our Facebook profiles. Facebook simply does not want Google to index their website.
    [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] What Are Your Creative Triggers?
    How does this creative trigger post make sense on a social media blog? What triggers do you use to put yourself into a highly creative state of mind? For this to have its greatest impact I would really like you to stop whatever mindless activity you are thinking of and follow a few simple steps. First stand up and take three deep breaths. Holding each breath for a few seconds will calm your mind. Go ahead and do it now! No one is watching! would enjoy having your positive attention for a few minutes before you develop your own creative triggers. Find your mental escape! Digg this!
    [Blog] Apple Buying Topsy
    In her free time, she blogs at and works on continuing her education. 'Apple Inc., a company that has yet to enter the realm of social media, may be preparing for a game change in the future. The famous technology brand acquired a social media analytics firm called Topsy Labs Inc. early in December. Why the Purchase? With the announcement, many people are wondering about the reason or direction in which the traditionally tight-lipped technology giant may be heading. However, the company has offered no insight. Could Topsy Be an iAd Lifesaver? Apple’s Social Media Presence.
    [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] Freedom and the 4th of July
    Original post can be found on Wikimotive’s blog by Daniel Hinds. 'The 4th of July is a time to celebrate our freedom as a country. We have cookouts, we drink beers, we set off fireworks, and we spend time with our loved ones. It’s usually one of my favorite days of the year, but so far, 2013 hasn’t given us a lot of freedom to celebrate. It’s been a strange time for our country, and it’s hard to know what to believe anymore. As marketers, data is the lifeblood of our industry. We gladly absorb what we can and use it to better create campaigns. See also: RSA.
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2011
    [Blog] Thoughts from a disconnected weekend…
    I’m not going to suggest that everyone should give up technology to go and live in a mud hut by the beach, but I will say that I was really glad of a break from the constant rollercoaster ride of working, blogging, meeting, working, reading,working etc to spend some time concentrating on the two most important people in my life. Sure I’d have quite liked to have watched the Formula One race at the weekend on demand, having missed it live, but the main things I missed were: Sharing my thoughts on my blog, and any conversation that occurred.
    [Blog] One Thing is Clear About F8 - the Focus of a Facebook Conference is on Relationships
    Disclosure: Facebook comp'd me a press pass for this since I'm an author of Facebook developer books and blog about Facebook. I just finished my 3rd consecutive Facebook F8 developers conference. While I missed the first one (I followed it remotely though), the Facebook conferences I have attended thus far just get better year to year. This year was no exception. noticed something this year though, reflecting on years past and other, non-Facebook conferences I've attended in the past. That understanding bleeds into everything they do, and that includes their conferences.
    [Blog] Floors, Contractors, And Customer Service…Oh My.
    And I wasn’t sure whether it belonged on this blog or not, because it’s not so much about social anything as it is about good (and bad) business. My actual dining room, crammed with stuff. This is a bit of a long story from The Renovation Chronicles, so forgive me that. You won’t hurt my feelings if you skip it. But I’ve had *such* an adventure as part of my year’s worth of home renovation that I couldn’t resist sharing it. think there’s a powerful lesson or two in it at the very end that I learned the hard way. The Backstory. No thanks.). Saved.
    [Blog] Klout fails again, making Apple pizza and staying simple
    Failed Klout Perks, A True Story – If you tune into this blog on a regular basis, or at least this week, you probably heard my tale of Klout offering me free booze , but not really since they had a whoopsie. Hey folks welcome to this week’s edition of Five for Friday , making its return after me spending a week without the Internet. How was your week? For me the week was one big blur of head-down awesomeness to an extent along with a whole bunch of odd and annoying things popping up. Hope you’ve got some great plans, be safe and have a great weekend. Social Recruiting: 55% of U.S.
    [Blog] How Checklists Make You Smarter – The Works
    The second kind of checklist would be repeatable processes, which you might use for projects like creating your newsletter, or publishing your blog, or doing the actual guts of the work that relates to your business. “Discovering” something that everyone else knows about is like planting your nation’s flag in the flower bed at the mall and feeling accomplished for the effort. Checklists are what drives one through The Works. Checklists Push You To Cover More Ground. We are driven by a need to feel accomplishment that comes from some place far back in our primal days.
    [Blog] I Wish Chris Brogan Would
    Chris’s blog posts are too short. Chris’s blog posts are too long. I wish Chris Brogan would write more about marketing. wish he’d talk more about social media for nonprofits. wish Chris would write more about software (and why I don’t ). Chris doesn’t cover social media. Chris writes too much about himself. Chris is too into money and not spiritual. Chris takes , takes , takes. He is aloof. He forgets where he comes from. wish Chris Brogan would… And While I Have Your Attention. Please swing by and skip something to feed hungry kids
    [Blog] Measuring your social output
    Whether it is the size or an email list or subscribers to your blog’s RSS feed. This is post is part of the Institutionalizing Social Media series. To see previous installments or to learn more about the series, click here. As you begin to put your social media plan into action , perhaps the biggest thing that you need to do aside from the rollout is to establish what you are measuring. Now, the metrics can be different for each entity within your company, but you need have something that you can measure and benchmark against. So where do you start? Audience. Engagement. Subscriptions.
    [Blog] Google+ vs. Facebook – the Motivation
    You can read his blog at DFSSocialCorner. On July 1st Google released it’s 4th social network project. After the failures of Orkut, Google Wave and Google Buzz, Google presented the new promising social platform – Google+. During the last few days, hundreds of articles describing Google+ were published. won’t describe here the functionality of the new social network, since I haven’t experienced it personally. All my knowledge about it derives from the demo available on the Google site and the reviews mentioned above. Not only the images search has weaknesses.
    [Blog] Implementing Enterprise 2.0 at Vistaprint Part Four: The Future.
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Implementing Enterprise 2.0 blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy that works with medium and enterprise companies on developing Enterprise 2.0, If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. series.  Today, we’re going to wrap things up by discussing the future of Enterprise 2.0 The future of Enterprise 2.0
    [Blog] Rethinking the Future of Business
    Yes I have created blog post about how 3D printing will change the customer role , but it is more than that.we The economies of scale principle has been at the heart of most management strategies. It worked and still works for value lines. But things are changing and with the growth of 3d printers not just  at the maker level but also as part of the production line, brands will have to rethink their value proposition. Once it was great that consumers could afford items through mass production. We need to think about the future differently. are on the verge of a new networked economy.
    [Blog] The Rise in the Informal Economy
    They can grow an audience without a media budget - blogging, twitter , facebook. The informal economy is growing and that is why The Engaging Brand podcast is looking wider than traditional business models , such as crowdfunding and 3D printing - the future will see many of these informal economies replace or enhance the traditional business model. Makeshift point to an estimated informal economy of $10 trillion , employing 80% of people in emerging markets and fastest growing economy in the world! In fact if a country then it would have the 2nd highest GDP in the world.
    [Blog] Learning to Violate Your Templates
    Keep What Works Are Comments Really Necessary on Your Small Business Blog? 'Every good small business owner has a set of practices or behaviors they rely on while operating their business. These “best practices” serve as a template for employees, customers, and during peak hours or seasons. As business climates, economies, and the marketplace continues to change at an accelerating pace, “ Learning to Violate Your Templates”  can be a profitable exercise. It worked for a while, but what does it mean, really? Whose box are we talking about? Test and Measure.
    [Blog] Which Company is Most Useful to You?
    For more on Nestivity, check out this excellent summary blog post from Kristi Hines. 'Image from Youtility is marketing so useful, people would pay for it ( tweet this ) It’s a necessity for all businesses now, forced to compete for attention not just against other companies selling the same stuff, but against everyone and everything. In this hyper-competitive era, you don’t break through the clutter by shouting the loudest, you get noticed by being truly and inherently useful. Like this guy, whose massively useful video on shucking corn has generated 7.5
    [Blog] The Best To-Do List
    If I am doing an interview for a podcast, blog post, book, etc. 'How do you handle your To-Do list? I''ve been stressing over my to-do list. How about you? It''s funny, I''m not stressed over the growth of it and the activities that I need to get done. I''m actually stressing over the actual/physical list. Let me explain. used to carry around a hard cover Moleskine notebook that I loved dearly. It had everything in it from to-do lists to book ideas to client meeting notes to random thoughts gathered at a conference and so on. was also an early adopter of Evernote. was screwed. again?
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2010
    [Blog] Not sure how to monetise your eyeballs?
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? and Mashable and CNN. This won’t change.
    [Blog] Nintendo Sends C&D to Digg Over April Fools’ Joke
    Read more on this social media blog. Blast. Social news site Digg was just “having a little fun&# when they decided to put Mario in many of their Diggbar links. Nintendo disagreed and sent a cease and desist letter to Digg asking them to remove their trademarked character from use on their site. The letter below, leaked to us by a trusted source, indicates that Nintendo is concerned about “the marketing or sale of your products & services.&# This story is developing. We will update as more information is made available. * * *. Share it. The world should know: Blast.
    [Blog] Don’t Be a Social Media Guinea Pig
    Don’t Be a Social Media Guinea Pig is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. When it comes to social media, there are few sure bets. One thing’s certain, however:  people go nuts for new stuff. Show someone the latest gizmo, doodad, or whatchamacallit dubbed the “Next Big Thing,” and it will be very difficult for him or her to resist the urge to jump aboard. There’s something a little crazy, however, about this lust for what’s new. Why can’t we resist the allure of the Next Big Thing?
    [Blog] Trends That Should Be a Part of Your Social Media Marketing Training in the Coming Year
    The campaign also generated a lot of interest across fashion blogs, Israeli news and a broadcast network. 'This is the best time to co-opt a social media course to get your marketing team up and running by developing its social media marketing skills. But social media is a series of dynamic entities that are constantly changing. So it will also help to make your in-house team aware of the newest Google algorithms rolled in, the latest popular social media that customers are spending their time on and ways to make their social media training go a long way. Snapchat for Marketing May Work.
    [Blog] Five for Friday
    Social Media is NOT as Popular as You Think – Despite popular belief and the online habits of most readers of this blog, social media is not as popular as it may seem. The Weird Thing I Want You To Do On My Blog – This is a guest post on Danny Brown’s blog from Michael Schechter that stirred up a heated debate in the comments on selling premium content and giving things away on blogs. Four Reasons You’re Not a Media Company – Everyone can blog, the real question is should they? Man, I love short weeks. Well that or I will be losing what hair I have on my head.
    [Blog] If You Did SXSW Right
    In #2, sort through who you really want to stay connected with, and send them a LinkedIn request, find them on Twitter, get their blog into your RSS reader, and throw them a really quick “Great Seeing You&# email, and then throw the card away. If you are landing in your city of choice and are setting about the business of resetting yourself back to the workaday life after attending the big spring break for geeks, South By Southwest, then what you might consider doing next is probably what matters most. mean after you kiss the kids/dog/girlfriend/fish, of course. Sort Your Cards.
  • SOSHABLE  |  FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2011
    [Blog] “Permanent” Traffic Doesn’t Exist on the Web
    One popular iPhone blog owner told me his reasoning for using Digg and other social media platforms had more to do with greater visibility in Google search results, particularly in news. What do people think social media professionals do for a living? They are not wizards like Gandalf. They can’t raise their staff and command visitors to become permanent residents of a site. If Gandalf had his way, all visitors would stay onsite. OK let’s say a digital strategist gets the visitors to a site. Good enough. They shouldn’t be mad because the bounce rate is high. Be patient.
    [Blog] Facebook Ads: Do They Work?
    The Facebook Page for my personal blog is certainly popular enough, but what would I really offer? 'There are many ways to market your business website. You can do so through paid search, print ads or outdoor advertising, just to name a few. Broadcasting you business name, products, services or brand has never been easier. just didn’t have many clients willing to play along. few weeks ago though, I received a free Facebook advertising opportunity after my Page reached a certain number of “Likes.” ” At first I too was stumped. What did I get you ask? We can help.
    [Blog] Free SEO and Social Media Tools Manufacturers Should Know About
    What sets it apart, though, is the fact that it also has metrics for measuring the performance of your blog. When you provide your URL and e-mail address, the tool scans and analyzes all of your social media accounts and blogs. SEO and social media tools are important tools in evaluating your performance. Today we have a guest post by Emma-Julia Fox from Pitstop Media that outlines some of the free ones available. Enjoy. Manufacturers and business owners are always on the look out for smart SEO and social media tools that can help them increase their visibility as well as ROI.
  • ALEX BLOM  |  MONDAY, JUNE 8, 2009
    [Blog] knowing when to pull back
    AlexBlom (Alexander Blom) Twitter Comment New Blog: Knowing when to pull back, [link to post] - Posted using Chat Catcher blog comments powered by Disqus GET UPDATES Did you know? How to Build & Sell Through a Community Part 2: Why? Pivoting (for those who don’t know what/why) It’s all in the build-up A quick and dirty study on Social Media Alex Blom Digital & Social Media Marketing, Toronto Home About Consulting Contact Me Knowing when to pull back by Alexander Blom on June 8, 2009 in Thoughts, tips & advice , Tidbits Spread it! sleep. WordPress Admin
    [Blog] Creating Products Week: Making Products Happen – Getting Your Ideas off the Ground
    So you want to create a product to sell on your blog, now you just have to make it happen, right? Read the rest of our series on Creating Products at How to Create and Sell Products on Your Blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. 'Today we have Team Member Jasmin Tragas weighing in with her take on creating great products. She is the Producer of eBooks at Digital Photography School, and has had a hand in almost all of the ProBlogger products made over the three years she’s been with us. It’s hard work and can be just as challenging as it is rewarding.
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 2014
    [Blog] 3 Resolutions for Your Social Business
    Maybe you have a blog, a Facebook page and a Twitter account, but have always been afraid of video. Try something and incorporate it into what you normally do (for example, sharing your blog posts to Facebook and Twitter) and see how it works for your business. 'It’s the new year and time to ramp up your social business with some resolutions. First, let us start off by wishing everyone a very happy New Year. We hope that you enjoyed some well-deserved R&R and you’re ready to get started with a new year full of potential! Tell More Stories. Try New Media. Who knows?
    [Blog] Over Half of the Internet is Posting Photos and Videos
    The post Over Half of the Internet is Posting Photos and Videos appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'Everyone is a content producer or distributor nowadays, or so it seems. The real numbers are astounding; according to Pew, 54% of US internet users post their images or videos online. The rise of smartphones has put a camera within reach all the time. The increase in the ease of posting on social networks like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat have made it as simple as the push of a couple of touchscreen buttons. Read More: The Next Web. Related articles.
    [Blog] Catch the Wave
    If you’re launching a blog, or prepping for a new sale, or whatever it is your business does, try using Wave as a collaboration space. I’m surprised that very many people aren’t using Google Wave for their collaboration efforts. think it’s a really simple, decent, powerful tool to capture conversational elements and to collaborate. I’m using it to build out my new company. I’m using it to work on projects with clever people. I’m using it to talk about the new book with Julien. I’m using it to integrate Rob Hatch into my new company.
    [Blog] Selling Soft, Willy Loman
    Look at your Twitter stream, how many mentions of a (client), self-Tweeting blog post or folks re-Tweeting of people passing along their blog posts? The same holds true seeing a blog post or client mention. If you produce great content for your blog or land a great hit, share away, just do it in moderation. You can also subscribe to the blog to ensure you receive the latest posts. « Previous Post Next Post » [link] Tweets that mention Selling Soft, Willy Loman | Jeff Esposito’s Blog — [.] Don’t believe me?
    [Blog] A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable | 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. While Juliet surely meant well when she said to Romeo, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” she might not have been very concerned about how marketable the flower was. Yes, her toenails. My client and I share a love. it is!
    [Blog] Streamline Your SEO Efforts With Expired Domains
    The advantage of buying expired domains is that these domains can help you boost your rankings in the markets you are already in to drive more leads and subscribers to your blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Matt Green of  Evergreen Internet Marketers. Have you ever thought or heard about buying aged domains to boost your SEO efforts? Well the results can be staggering. lot of the top marketers in the industry have been doing this for years and have been dominating their markets! Not sure what an aged domain name is? Benefit #1. Benefit #2.
    [Blog] Facebook will not replace websites
    If you are putting in the blood, sweat and tears to build up your web presence for your business or building a blog you want to have ownership of it. Over the past few weeks, I have seen chatter suggesting that Facebook fan pages will replace websites for companies and individuals. Stephen Haines of Facebook notes , “companies’ interactions with their customers could take place so often on Facebook that company websites would fall by the wayside,” but I am not buying it. See Facebook’s T&C ). With Facebook, you are at the mercy of their developers and servers.
    [Blog] What makes a person charismatic? - The Engaging Brand
    Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 274 - How to succeed as an entrepreneur | Main | Show 275 - How to stay younger and feel sharper » What makes a person charismatic? was thinking today about how lucky I am, having been surrounded all my life by charismatic people. They were empathetic. They had energy.
    [Blog] Let's Work Together in 2010!
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Let’s Work Together in 2010! blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy that works with medium and enterprise companies on developing Enterprise 2.0, If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. I realize that some companies have large budgets to work with while others do not.  New hopes and all. For you too friend.
    [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. 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. Watch This Space. The more I add to the project, the more valuable this page will be.
    [Blog] 0-60 Series: Day 14 - Launch
    0-60 Series: Day Four - Homework: Blog Posting Practice. In this series, we will cover some of the first 60 days of integrating social media into your overall business and marketing strategy. These trainings are designed to be completed in an hour (after all we have businesses to run). Congratulations.  Today is launch day. This will be a "soft launch" rather than a "grand opening" as we still have a few things to work on. However, you'll be producing content as if you had thousands of readers. And you will soon. Many a launch day has folks struggling with perfectionism. Don't. Have fun.
    [Blog] Two Paradigms of Digital Activism: Empowering With Information and.
    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 « Why Social CRM is a Non Starter in India DNA Story on Indian Consumers Turning to Twitter For Complaint Redressal » Two Paradigms of Digital Activism: Empowering With Information and Engaging With Inspiration (The Freedom Fone Case Study) Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! It’s important to empower 1.2
  • FEVER BEE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2014
    [Blog] Dealing With Hyperactive Members
    'I nstead of having you comment on every discussion, you can have your own blog to share your thoughts ' A third is just to tell them the problem. 'He responds to every post. He doesn't ever accept he's wrong and becomes incredibly defensive if anybody disagrees with him. Contradictory views are not tolerated. He provokes people into exhausting debates on any issue. If you randomly put 100 people in a room together, you will find someone like this. You will find someone insecure, craving validation, and using the community as a vehicle to do it. 
    [Blog] Content Curation to Build Trust
    Marketing Technology Blog Technology and Marketing Advice from New Media Marketing Experts Blog Events Tags Projects Authors Contact Blogging Book « Five Questions on Content Optimization Strategies Video 1: Corporate Blogging for Dummies » Content Curation to Build Trust Posted in Business , Miscellaneous by Matt Chandler Tuesday, July 6th at 12:42 pm Gallery Exhibit (via WikiMedia Commons) I’ve been doing a lot of content curation lately; you know, the latest fashionable trend in digital content. This confidence expands beyond just news delivery.
    [Blog] Major in the Right College Choices
    You can read blog posts; follow the school on Twitter and ‘like’ their Facebook page to learn as much as you can. 'Choosing a college major is one of the toughest decisions you’ll ever make. It determines the type of career you’ll have, the salary you’ll make and how you’ll be spending your work days throughout your life. Do you want to work in an office or perhaps in a hospital? Do you like working with numbers or prefer to be creative? Is upward mobility important to you? All of these questions, and more, must be asked. How to choose the right major.
    [Blog] Social Media for Car Dealers: An Interview with Richard Valenta
    Just as there were dealers who did not have websites a few years ago, there are dealers today who do not have accounts on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, or Flickr, and there are even more who do not have a dealership blog. Read more about Automotive Social Media on this Social Media Blog. Blast. We had the opportunity to sit down with Richard Valenta, CEO of TK Carsites, an automotive internet marketing firm. As car dealers progress through Web 2.0 and begin to embrace its potential in marketing, branding, and customer relations, many have started off on the wrong foot.
    [Blog] What Are You Interested In? (Vote)
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER What Are You Interested In? Aaron Lee I'm a social media addict, so social media for me =) blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy that works with medium and enterprise companies on developing Enterprise 2.0, If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. The choices are Enterprise 2.0, Social Media, and Social CRM. 
    [Blog] The Pimp, the Grocer and the Hit Man: Magnetise Your Headings Using the Power of the Unexpected
    As remarkable as the flight attendant example is, however, it is not instructive of how most bloggers can use it on their blogs. So if you want your blog posts to stand out give them catchy blog post titles using the Freakonomics formula. Have you used magnetic headlines on your blog? Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Aman Basanti of In addition to death and taxes, there is another bitter pill you have to swallow as a blogger. Beyond sex, food and danger. So does that mean the rest of us are ruined? phenomenon.
    [Blog] How To Optimise Your WordPress Ping List
    by Jerome in SEO , Tutorials I came across a lot of blogs not touching their default list of “ping&# URL. Ping helps you to inform Ping inform search engine and blog directories when you have updated your blog by sending XML-RPC ping each time you create a post. link] Sally Neill Thanks for that list, your a star, all added to my blog now, Sally Tim7485 An alternative would be to automate ping such as [link] Tim Van An alternative would be to automate ping such as at [link] van Adnan Vatandas That’s a cool list. Go to Settings –> Writing tab. 
    [Blog] 18 Things For Which I Give Thanks
    am thankful for the nearly 50 guest bloggers whose work has appeared on this blog in 2013. 'image from am thankful for my wife, who loves me and put up with my frequent travel and heavy workload. am thankful for my children, who are – I think – turning out to be kind, loyal, accountable and happy. am thankful for my extraordinary team at Convince & Convert, who deliver world-class thinking and nearly flawless execution every day. Your faith in me has built this company, and puts food on all of our tables. It’s an honor to have those opportunities.
    [Blog] Hitler Downfall: Constantine Film vs The World
    The intriguing piece of news for me was the fact that YouTube seemed to be taking the side of us naughty content “pirates&# complete with instructions on the YouTube blog on how to fight the charge. went back to the YouTube blog and this is what it said: Still, to make sure that users also have choices when dealing with the content they upload to YouTube, we’ve made it easy for users to dispute inappropriate claims. As one of the affected (see my Toyota Yaris Downfall post ) I thought I’d check it out. When I logged into YouTube all was fine. What say you? Web 2.0
    [Blog] Winning the Marketing Battle Between Help and Hype
    He frequently blogs at on digital engagement, content strategy and social media trends. 'Image via In almost every presentation I work up, there is one line that invariably finds its way onto a slide: “Adding value through the timely publishing of useful content is the best way to generate goodwill in the communities you operate in.” ” A blogger who I really respect a lot, Jay Baer, has just published a book called Youtility and the tag line for it is: “Why smart marketing is about help not hype.”
    [Blog] Why Investing in Your Customer is the Best Bet You Can Make
    We see it in personal relationships across the web everywhere that people have build because of Twitter or blogs, and through which they’ve found real friends and more. The following is a guest post by Julien Smith , my friend and co-author on an upcoming book with me. Here’s one thing Chris and I have learned since writing Trust Agents: Going all the way matters. As people, we all know this. We enter committed relationships. We help and support our family and our friends. We join organizations where we help each other. We do this stuff naturally. We forget the individual.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2012
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #101
    The Coming Meltdown in College Education & Why The Economy Won't Get Better Any Time Soon - Blog Maverick. blog maverick. 93Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "I'm absolutely loving Jonathan Haidt 's The Righteous Mind , and in an election year, its implications for who wins votes cannot be overstated. So it was great to see this article on how we're largely pre-wired to vote Red or Blue, Right or Left, Conservative or Liberal. " (Alistair for Hugh). Getting Plowed - Maisonneuve.
    [Blog] Friday Vendor Roundup: Bloomfire, Liferay, Bitrix24, & Confluence
    Liferay is an open source collaboration platform and they just released an update version of their product which includes: Interactive Activity feed – Respond to microblogs, comment on documents and blogs, and easily see what others are discussing, right from the Activity feed. 'Every Friday I’m going to attempt to summarize any relevant news in the future of work/collaboration space. ll provide the name of the vendor, a short summary of what the announcement or piece of news is with a link to the original, and finally a short POV. Bloomfire adds new features. Link to announcement.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2013
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #145
    Pingbacks, another federated web technology, dying - Andraz Tori Blog. This new possibility was driven by a few powerful technologies: easy free/open source blogging technology (mainly WordPress ), RSS - which enabled readers of blogs to get alerts when there was a new post, and outgoing links (from one blog to another), and 'pingbacks.' While many still run their own blogs, mostly this is being replaced with networks managed by big companies: Facebook , Tumblr and Twitter. andraz tori blog. Here's their journal." " (Alistair for Hugh).
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
    [Blog] Bored of slogans? Or just politics…
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious?
    [Blog] Do you relate to your computer as another person?
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious?
    [Blog] 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.
    [Blog] Lessons to learn from Blekko and T-Shirt marketing
    can’t remember where I first saw their offer mentioned (Possibly Reddit ), but if you emailed them via an address listed on their blog, they offered to send a T-Shirt and a cool little trading cards booklet which I can’t find to photograph right now. And let’s imagine that as Blekko, the Blekko blog, and the places it was shared are quite techy, they get 200 people enquiring about a shirt. Say 25% of the T-shirt recipients are like me and have a blog. How lovely and fluffy right? Isn’t that lovely? as well! So that’s: Design: $500. million.
    [Blog] Is Wi-Fi Making You Anti-Social?
    And, as I type this on my computer, sitting alone at a table for two in a cafe in Black Mountain, North Carolina where a score of other individuals also sit alone at a table for two typing God-knows-what into their computers, it is perhaps a point that Chardin would like to revise were he blogging among us here and now. Guest post by David Murton, a professional writer specializing in the fields of social media and marketing. He is also an avid piano and accordion player, with a particular interest in the music of the Classical era. Interesting idea. History of Interconnectivity.
    [Blog] Do Search Engines Love Opinion Posts As Much As We Do?
    Is the goal of your blogging efforts is to make money, to raise money, to sell or promote a product or service, or simply to get your message out? At face value, because op-eds are generally subjective rather than objective in nature, it may not be clear whether or not they count as high quality content for blog SEO purposes. In any given blog post, if a reader disagrees with your opinion, especially if it’s unexpected to you, there is value for you to delve into understanding why. Each person’s blog and reason for blogging is different. Low value.
    [Blog] Knowing Why Google Embraced Social Will Help You Understand How It Works
    The post Knowing Why Google Embraced Social Will Help You Understand How It Works appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'For the last 7 years, I’ve been watching Google very closely. Sure, they are in the news all the time so it’s not something that’s exactly hard. What has been more challenging is keeping up with their long-standing obsession with social media and understanding why it’s so. They have some big wins (YouTube, Google+) as well as dozens of losses (Orkut and just about everything else that they’ve touched that smells social).
    [Blog] Online Games and Web Journal July 28th – August 2nd, 2010
    I did not find any surprises there, but from what I’m hearing, the reference guide is worth looking at to find the areas websites that generate the most referrals.    Then there was the post on SEO I saw in JaTiN’s blog that said SEO was not all about Technical Changes – if the content doesn’t have business value, Google may be devaluing it. Then again, Laughing Squid, a blog I often read, had a post on someone who blows giant soap bubbles -its amazing to watch – here’s a video of the guy doing just that – blowing giant soap bubbles – ha!
  • STAY N' ALIVE  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2011
    [Blog] Miss Those Old Style Retweets on Try This Kynetx Extension
    So, if you're looking for old-style retweets on top of, head on over to Mike Grace's blog and download the extension. One of my biggest annoyances with the new Twitter API has been the migration to the new "retweet" structure where clicking the retweet button pulls the person's Tweet into your own stream, with the person's name and profile picture attached to it. The problem with this method is that it is not near as visible, especially on many clients that do not fully support this. I think it's a pretty nifty extension!
    [Blog] Small Business: Embrace Mobile To Engage Consumers
    In this series of companion posts over at the YP blog I explore why ‘discoverability’ is the first and critical stage in the purchase funnel, and look at why context is key in the strategies that will help small businesses reach consumers on-the-move and “at the point where it makes the most sense for them.” 'From searching for retailers and businesses nearby to conducting commerce and transactions, we have clearly come to rely on our mobile phones to access advice and make the right decisions. ” Read the full post here. Related articles.
    [Blog] The Fascinate Book Review
    Tagged as: fascinate , Fascination book , sally hogshead Written by Stanford Im Stanford and I want to help you stoke your passion, spread your message, and help your blog get noticed and promoted. Close How to Write Spectacular Blog Posts That Get Noticed Blog success starts with Spectacular blog posts. One post can launch your blog and kick-start your business. How to Grow Your Blog by Breaking the Rules Why You May Need a Mohawk to Be a Spectacular Blogger Affiliate Disclosure From time to time, the articles posted here will contain affiliate links.
    [Blog] #MyBootcamp: Losing It … And Loving It
    You have been a tremendous source of support over all these months of telling you about my Bootcamp adventure (and years of blogging). It’s been about six weeks since my last Bootcamp update. And you want to know where I stand, don’t you? It is Friday, after all. Of course you do! Here’s where I am: Down around 20-22 lbs total since I started (my weight varies a little, but it’s staying in this range). Down a total of about 22 inches. My BMI seems to have settled in (for now at least) at around 22. Losing it. And I love it. Gaining it. Changing goals. Thank you.
    [Blog] Talk Like We Do | Brass Tack Thinking
    Read Bad Pitch Blog. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Tagged With: blogger relations , Blogging , Communication , pitching , Public relations , Social media , writing [link] Michael Newman Nice post Amber. link] Buzzresan » Blog Archive » Vill du berätta något för mig, gör det snabbt! [.] link] PJ Mullen Thank you for this, it has been years since I’ve had to write anything other than for my personal blog and my business partner and I are getting ready to launch a design solution for the tshirt printing industry. Who talks like that?? Yes, yes. Again.
    [Blog] A Deeper Shade Of Blue
    At the time, Baker was a Senior Writer for BusinessWeek , had launched the seminal BusinessWeek Blog, Blogspotting (along with Associate Editor, Heather Green ), and had just published the amazingly interesting book, The Numerati - which looked at how some of the smartest people in the world were leveraging mathematics, data and analytics to alter human behavior. When discussing a machine that behaves in certain ways like a human, it's very hard to divorce it from human processes," Baker said in a recent Blog post. The city is tough. It feels very self-involved. Rise Machines.
  • JEFF ESPOSITO  |  FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2011
    [Blog] Five for Friday
    Facebook admits hiring PR firm to smear Google – yes I know you probably ready this already and are sick of it, but it hits both key focuses of this blog. Nobody cares about your damn blog – This post should be a must read for anyone thinking about starting a blog or anyone who owns or pens one. This was one interesting week for me. Strated out pretty slow, but then was broken up on Wednesday with the awesomeness that is jury duty. So even if we had been called no one in the jury room could have given the kid a fair shake. So how was your week? Any big weekend plans?
    [Blog] How JetBlue Turned Me into a Loyal Customer
    recently took a flight out of Long Beach, California to Las Vegas for the 2013 NMX, also known as Blog World New Media, that was held there, and JetBlue made my flying experience a joyful and less stressful one. We have all taken a flight across country, over international lines, or from one state to another and I’m sure there are lists of things we could number off that have made us disgruntled or pleased, either while waiting at the airport or in the sky. Being a guy in social media, this was another huge plus for me. Hope to see you again soon! YouAboveAll ” – JetBlue.
    [Blog] Show 354 - Why Should Anyone Buy From You
    Justin has wrote a blog post on trust as the glue that binds a couple of weeks ago which is worth checking out as well. Justin has wrote a blog post on trust as the glue that binds a couple of weeks ago which is worth checking out as well. Show 354 of  The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast  is ready  just for  you. To subscribe or listen for  free , you don't need to download anything and all explained at the end of the post. Justin Basini , an award winning brand marketer, entreprenuer and author of Why Should Anyone Buy from YOU? They discuss.
    [Blog] Steve
    In case you didn't know, I rarely mention brands, products or services, but my MacBook Air is such an amazing computer that I was actually considering writing a Blog post review of my laptop (and, as someone who changes their computer more times than I care to admit, that is really saying something). Do you remember being in your teens and buying a ticket to a concert? was (and still am) a huge fan of music. My genre of choice is anything loud, hard and aggressive, but I've mellowed over the years and get as much joy out of jazz, classic rock and stuff in between. Old habits die hard.
    [Blog] Access Is An Asset
    I’ll give a very simple action plan in tomorrow’s free newsletter , which is not the same as this blog. I was fortunate to have dinner last night with some brilliant leaders and professionals. won’t name names, but some were friends from great companies, and others were new friends with amazing ideas. I’ll also divulge that I got to ask a question that interested me to Marc Ragan , CEO of Ragan Communications, that gave me some new perspective. This comes coupled with a line I blathered out in a speech yesterday that suddenly stuck to me like glue. Work on Access.
    [Blog] Dealing With Online Trolls As A Businessperson
    Trolls will use any means necessary to elicit a reaction either from you or your customers or your readers if you have an online blog. 'Internet trolls have become unavoidable, no matter what kind of website you have or what industry you’re in. Trolling is basically making a comment that’s designed to make people upset and get a reaction out of them. Most of the trolls I’ve noticed make anonymous posts and comments, but they sometimes make their identity known. As a businessperson, you don’t want to come across as being aggressive with anyone, customers and non-customers alike. Source.
    [Blog] The Social-Analyzer & Web Journal May 8th – 13th, 2010
    Happened upon an interesting site this morning - Social Analyzer – which appears to do something similar to BeenCounter and Tealium but has no limit on the number of urls you can add and is pre-setup to monitor the Social Media Visitation habits of your site visitors – all that is required is adding 3 lines of JavaScript to your blog, just above the closing head tag (I put mine in the header file of my blog). like how Social Analytics is totally free. I think it’s already happening. Now – I’d use or Facebook itself – screw Google.
    [Blog] Jimmy Fund Helps You Social Media for Social Good
    have a robust Google Reader account where I try to keep up to date on the ever changing social sphere by following many different social media blogs. Towards the end of last week, I stumbled across an awesome initiative from the Jimmy Fund that will allow folks addicted to social media to put their time behind the keyboard to a good use. How can you do that you ask? Well if you visit Help Attack!, you can pledge a monetary amount that is tied to status updates or Tweets for a 30 day period. At the end of the month, you simply donate the money to the Jimmy Fund.
    [Blog] Win a BlogWorld Expo Passes Here Today!
    Do you want to win a pass to Blog World Expo this year? There are two prizes as follows: A full access pass to the whole of Blog World Expo (worth $1195) – that’s Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s sessions, the exhibit floor, all the parties and the social media business summit. Weekend Pass to Blog World Expo (worth $495) – this one gives you access to the sessions on Friday and Saturday as well as all three parties and the exhibit floor. Post from: ProBlogger Blog Tips. The prizes. with prize #2 you’ll need to arrange your own travel.
    [Blog] and You Mr. Jones
    Jeff Korhan - New Media and Small Business Marketing Home About Me Working With Me Speaking Favorites Trends Subscribe « How Often Should I Blog? Until tomorrow, Jeff    Tweet Subscribe in a reader See how were connected Start Blogging Today! Freshman Student on What Does Your Blog Writing Style Say About You? Jeff Korhan on 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding Anastasia on 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding Jeff Korhan on Quality or Quantity Blog Posting for SEO? and You Mr. Jones This is going to be big.
    [Blog] Lessons Learned from Cubetree; an Enterprise Social Software Company
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Lessons Learned from Cubetree; an Enterprise Social Software Company View Comments January 22nd, 2010 I had the opportunity to speak with the CEO of Cubetree last night and one of the things we talked about were some of the lessons Cubetree has learned over the past 2 years of being in business.  If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. I first became acquainted with Cubetree at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco where they won a best-in-show award. 
    [Blog] Implementing Enterpise 2.0 at Vistaprint Part Three: Operational.
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Implementing Enterpise 2.0 Thanks in advance blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy that works with medium and enterprise companies on developing Enterprise 2.0, If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. at their organization.  There were two key organizational changes that happened as a result of their E2.0
    [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] Down with the Teflon Revolutionaries
    Should a blogger blog and not expect criticism and conjecture? Why has the communications blog conversation turned into a place where people become punitive if you have a differing point of view about ideas and direction, and state it publicly with a vigorous counterpoint? The following is a joint manifesto. Cross posted with Ike ). Please follow along with: Geoff Livingston … and… … Ike Pigott. Audio link.). We live in a real dangerous time right now. Like Andrew Keen predicted, the mob is ugly. What happened to “conversations?&#.
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