Blogosphere Trends + Using Infographics
SEPTEMBER 15, 2011
If you’re like most of us, you’ll need a bit of assistance; fortunately, there are plenty of helpful resources online. Google Public Data allows you to use publicly available data to create attractive infographics in a variety of forms. If you have the resources, interactive graphics such as this timeline of Middle East protests is just about the most engaging content you can provide. This comparison chart of Google and Motorola is short and sweet but tells the story. Blogosphere Trends + Using Infographics. Cite your sources and be transparent.
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Temporal Distortion
MARCH 9, 2012
The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have seen on Google+ , retweeted on @kikolani , and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Google+ for Business – This infographic has a bunch of marketing points scattered throughout it. You’ll see why Google+ might help you take your business goals to the next level. Blogging / Writing. Business / Career.
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Chicago Lightning
APRIL 7, 2011
The Resources Mashup. 15 blogging resources not previously featured on ProBlogger – a great list of tools and resources including hidden gems and old favorites for bloggers. Exploring loyalty in the blogosphere – are bloggers transient with their loyalty, or does it depend on the community? How I made over $100,000 with Adsense – the two good things you need to know in order to succeed with Google Adsense. Site speed optimization made easy by Google’s Page Speed Online – a tool that will help webmasters optimze their website.
Google Reader Alternatives: 3 Web Based RSS Readers to Manage Your Subscriptions
MARCH 13, 2013
If you follow my writing, you probably know how much I love Google Reader. On July 1st, Google Reader says goodbye. The Learn More takes you to a page that tells you what you can export using their Google Takeout tool, but nothing in the way of alternatives. Little About How I Use(d) Google Reader. also use(d) the search in Google Reader for curating content.
Social Media Metrics Superlist: Measurement, ROI, & Key Statistics Resources
MAY 15, 2009
Our blog offers resources, information, and advice on using social media to achieve your business goals. blog archives about Services Contact Social Media Metrics Superlist: Measurement, ROI, & Key Statistics Resources February 2nd, 2009 by Robin Broitman Trying to get a handle on how to measure the effectiveness of your social media programs? must-read resource! Awesome!
11 Characteristics of Highly Influential Blog(ger)s
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
FEBRUARY 23, 2010
Taking this theme a little further, I decided to branch out into the blogosphere, but using the number seven this time around was a tad too limiting. Granted, these are typically publications that have a staff of writers at their disposal, but they are like the newspapers of the blogosphere and readers have come to expect frequent updates. Thanks, very useful as a resource.
5 Visual Content Curation Ideas to Ramp Up Your Blog and Social Strategy
NOVEMBER 16, 2016
Fortunately for us, there are reliable visual resources to curate content from. This is a guide on where to find visual content resources and how best to use them. 1. The first logical move when you’re seeking an image is to do a quick Google search (in the image category). Guest Post by Jessica Davis. What do you feel when you see the visual on this post?
5 Colleges Using Social Media to Boost Student-Alumni Relations
SEPTEMBER 26, 2013
Penn Foster also offers a community page and Google+ hang-outs, so students can get the assistance and support they need. Princeton has a rich history of print resources, but “The Princeton Weekly” has developed an online, social feature: The Alumni Weekly Blog. Guest post by Maria Peterson, an early education specialist who writes about advocating for head start schools.
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Buttermilk the Dwarf Goat
AUGUST 3, 2012
The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have seen on Google+ , retweeted on @kikolani , and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Add these to your playbook, and never head out to the blogosphere without a gameplan again! Also, be sure to follow him on Twitter @jasonphines or Google+ ! Be sure to follow Kristi on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+.
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, ASW11 & Productivity Systems
NOVEMBER 5, 2010
This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, who’s going to Affiliate Summit West, and productivity systems on kikolani.com. The Resources Mashup. Essential statistics from the State of the Blogosphere 2010 – this post summarizes some major findings, but if you want the full details, head to the source at Technorati.
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Hong Kong Time Lapse
MAY 7, 2010
This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup and a time lapse video set in Hong Kong. The Resources Mashup. Plagiarism is alive and well in the blogosphere – what’s a blogger to do? Google Affiliate Network – building specific links. Google brands displace the little guy in search results. Facebook.
PIN’s: The Future of Private Link Building
JULY 25, 2016
If you are loyal to Google guidelines, the teachings of blogs like Moz and love playing by the book, then you’ll probably realise with this article that we possess a very different perspective. Google make all of their money via ads so quite simply want more people to click on them (and more often). Based on how Google’s past, it’s not one of surprise.
Time to Rethink Your Blog Strategy? Writing Epic, Incredible Blog Posts
OCTOBER 18, 2016
Your blog should not be a copycat version of the rest of the blogosphere. When they share, click, like and link your friend Google will also fall in love with you and your blog. Supporting Resources: Content Editorial Calendar Template (use this template to create your annual content calendar). While this strategy may work for some, it is going to be short lived. educates?
Fetching Friday – The First Resources Mashup of 2010
JANUARY 1, 2010
This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, a humorous Happy Holiday, and the week in review at kikolani.com. The Resources Mashup. How to get more exposure in the blogosphere. Using Google Wave for task management. Articles featured in the resources come primarily from people I interact with in the comments, and on the social networks. Look What You’ve Missed: The Fetching Friday archives – tons of useful resources on blogging, social networking, and more. Blogging. Blogger Luv casting call.
5 Ways to Produce Content Readers Will Love
AUGUST 3, 2011
These are great resources, of course, and work well to help us do what we do best. Especially in light of the recent updates that Google has released, it’s important to return to content that is tuned to the expectations and needs of various readers. Publish Pillar Articles and Informational Resources. This is a guest post by Lauren Bailey. Report on Community News.
5 Things You Can’t Blog Successfully Without
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
How will you reach this audience, and which tools and resources will you employ? Search engines like Google tend to take notice of this, too. Are Do you have active profiles on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+? Blog successfully and you cam smile all the way to the bank. Bloggers like Michael Arrington rake in up to $800,000 per month ! You just can’t.
8 Deep Questions to Define Your Blogging Strategy
JANUARY 17, 2014
We’re living in the era of Google authorship, thought leadership, and personal branding. How saturated is the blogosphere in your industry? You need to decide whether you’ve got the time, energy, and resources to be the next Sheridan, Darren Rowse or Chris Brogan. The majority of blogs aren’t a success. But really, those are just competencies and best practices.
35 Great Social Media Infographics
MARCH 3, 2010
Twitter Perceptions of Google Buzz Over Time 30. Breakdown of the Blogosphere 31. Thanks for collecting these resources. link] 175+ Data and Information Visualization Examples and Resources | Meryl.net [.] 35 Great Social Media Infographics [.] cool resource, [.] link] Twitter Perceptions of Google Buzz Over Time [Infographic] « My Digital Desk [.]
The social media strategy series: Is social media right for your.
JULY 21, 2010
Google Blog Search does as the name suggests, let’s you search across the blogosphere. And of course, don’t forget good old Google Alerts , which allows you to set up alerts that are emailed to you when a keyword is mentioned. Social media can take a lot of time and resources, resources that can quickly be taken away if the boss doesn’t see the true value.
10 Unexpected Places to Find Business Blogging Inspiration
OCTOBER 28, 2013
It’s increasingly hard to unpug in our connected world, but if your Google news alerts haven’t yielded any inspiration for your business blogging, a few moments away from your screen could be key. 4. Google Trends. Metrics expert Dan Wilkerson uses this resource to find concepts to tie into his content marketing for instant and total appeal. I’ll clue you into a little secret.
25 Ways to Create Shareable Content
Convince & Convert
APRIL 29, 2014
replacement to Google Alerts, Talkwalker Alerts are even better, provide more relevant results, and are free. Read the comments in Google+. 4. is requiring employees to work in an office and what that means for human resources or culture or leadership. You’ll find this happening in the blogosphere every year. This is a very bad idea! Subscribe to SmartBrief. The Debate.
4 Creative Ways to Build Buzz for Your Next Blog Post Before It Goes Live
AUGUST 23, 2016
In a blogosphere full of unwanted noise, your goal is to make your voice heard above all the others. Each of the influencer’s audience is your personal resource which you can tap into to get more hits on your blog post. But they are highly important resources from a promotional perspective. This is a guest contribution from Bill Achola. It didn’t. successful example: 2.
10 Dreadful Mistakes that Kill Your Comments
OCTOBER 26, 2011
Besides her numerous guest posts all around the blogosphere, several prestigious awards like Finalists: Top 10 Social Media Blogs 2011 , and being an all around nice gal, Kristi is always about GIVING to her readers. Let’s face it: most commentators on any blog appreciate a high-quality backlink or two – after all, link building is still the cornerstone of top Google rankings.
Social Results Will Stay Small
JUNE 4, 2013
Customers don’t care about social, in-store, mobile, content marketing, white glove treatment for influencers, or any of the other strands of spaghetti you see strewn across the marketing blogosphere wall. Workplace, forums and Google+ group complaints, brand tarnished. Geoff Livingston on Google+. Chart Source: CMO Survey. If you think small, you stay small. Think in 3D.
10 Outreach Tools Every Marketer Needs
MAY 31, 2016
Over the years, the blogosphere has evolved into a prosperous hunting ground for marketers, entrepreneurs and individuals seeking to promote their projects and ideas. This one is a Google+ circle management tool , tailored for those who want to find big names on one of the most popular social networks on the globe. Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas: 25 Content Marketing Resources.
Data Mining: The Ultimate Guide to Niche Analysis
NOVEMBER 29, 2011
First I’ve highlighted a huge list of tools that serve various different functions and can be great resources to add to your marketing arsenal. 22 Resources for Data-Mining Your Industry. Basically it lets you see which websites use the same hosting company, have the same IP addresses and use the same Google Analytics and Google Adsense tracking codes. Spyfu.
Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
JANUARY 17, 2011
Discover the answers to all of these questions and more here in more than 40 of the best resources for social media and marketing stats, facts and research of the past year. Well, about two-thirds (64%) of the traffic from third-party sites to video sources currently comes from Google, followed by Yahoo (11.9%), Facebook (4.3%), Bing (2.6%), and Twitter at 1.2%. Post on Google Buzz.
“Reclaim Blogging”: Why I’m giving up Twitter and Facebook
AUGUST 22, 2011
About using media to do something meaningful, WITHOUT someone else giving you permission first, without having to rely on anyone else’s resources, authority and money. In the blogosphere, the only light IS the green light. Ignoring Twitter, Facebook, Google+ as venues for reaching out to alert your audiences about blog content is arguably a big missed opportunity. Decide.
How to Get an Influencer's Attention
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
MARCH 24, 2010
selected influencers in all different “walks of life and areas of influence, from the blogosphere to the power users of Digg to founders of successful startups and authors of bestselling books. Matt Cutts Matt Cutts is a blogger and Principal Engineer at Google, where he heads Google’s Webspam team. Perhaps this might serve as the start of a real relationship.
Micro Persuasion: Turn Gmail Into Your Personal Nerve Center
Buzz Marketing for Technology
JUNE 27, 2008
Data Shows English Blogosphere Has Peaked » Sunday, February 25, 2007. How to turn Gmail into a massive personal database (Gmail + the Google Toolbar). How to get real-time news updates in Gmail (Gmail+ Google Talk + Twitter). scan 275 RSS feeds in Google Reader and I use dozens of bookmarklets and shortcuts to help me manage it all. Google Notebook also doesnt work on a mobile device and its search functions are rather lacking. Enter Gmail and the Google Toolbar. The latest version of the Google Toolbar has a send to Gmail function. å¹¾å??æ´»ç?¨Gmailç??æ?¹æ³?ã??
3 Growth Hacking Strategies for Bloggers to Quadruple Their Blog Traffic without SEO
AUGUST 16, 2015
Instantly after entering your keyword you’re not only provided with lots of articles, but it also shows you the total number of shares including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+. In one of his blog posts , Neil Patel discovered an “average content length for a web page that ranks in the top 10 results for any keyword on Google has at least 2,000 words.”.
Want Traffic? Then Make Things Happen
JULY 13, 2011
Sure you can find tons of resources over the internet from successful bloggers who tackle topics on how they were able to achieve traffic when they started a decade ago, more or less. He started his a year ago and has been receiving decent payouts from Google Adsense. By the time I carved my decision in stone my application for Google Adsense has been approved. Driving Traffic.
How to Deal with Google Personalised Results and the Effects
JUNE 11, 2008
for the phrase in Google and using it to build my personal development blog to over 6,000 subscribers. It’s aimed at a blogosphere where there weren’t millions of blogs in each niche, all working hard to grow an audience. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!" Hey, Im Glen. help people build remarkable websites that gain traffic through viral marketing.
Content Creation: How to Steal Your Way to a Successful Blog
MAY 10, 2016
With well over 150 million blogs online, the blogosphere is a crowded place. The screenshots above are the first five results for those search terms on Google. Cruel blogosphere. Additionally, feel free to grab these five headline resources, if you haven’t done so already. There are resource lists, expert roundups, and case studies etc. You can admit it. Example.
Lifting the Fog of the Blog: 8 Strategic Questions Before You Write 1 Word
Convince & Convert
MARCH 8, 2011
There are more than 150 million blogs, according to Technorati’s “State of the Blogosphere report. Is it directing them to resources? Certainly, you should optimize your blog for search, as Google is truly your most important reader. Given competition of that magnitude, why should people spend time reading yours? View more presentations from Jay Baer.
100 Media Monitoring Tools for PR
OCTOBER 31, 2010
On Actionly you can monitor what people are saying about your brand, products or industry terms on various social media channels such as Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, Google Buzz, Blogs, and News. BlogScope is an analysis and visualization tool for blogosphere which is being developed as part of a research project at the University of Toronto. They are resources. Cheers.
HOW TO: Activate Your Brand's Super Influencers
NOVEMBER 12, 2010
Top Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video Google Buzz Social media MARKETING Business Advertise Network Blippr iPhone App Mashable France MashDeck Twitter App Mobile Site Social Media Events Twitter Guide Book Facebook Guide Book Partners App Development WordPress Experts MaxCDN Content Delivery Dynect Managed DNS Rackspace Hosting Intridea About Us Submit a Tip! To find and activate the people who are truly passionate about your products, services, or sector, you’ve got to carefully monitor the blogosphere, message boards, and forums. Thanks. iTunes 10.1
How to Generate Blog Post Ideas
MAY 6, 2010
Depending on what you write about, there’s a great chance you’ll find inspiration by searching for relevant phrases to your niche and finding the most resourceful content. Google Keyword Research Tool When Google came out with this tool a few years back and internet marketers could stop guessing which phrases were popular online, it changed the game forever. Africa?
11 Common Mistakes That People Make With Their Personal Brands.
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
OCTOBER 7, 2010
Your personal brand can take some good points if you communicate to yourself and to others that you are into the creation of your brand and that you are prepared to spend the time, money, and other resources to make it the best in its field. Digg Diigo Disqus Dopplr Facebook Fetch Flickr FriendFeed gdgt Google Reader Identi.ca Inconsistent Behavior Customers tend to value consistency.
20 Tips for Better Business Blogging: How to Use Blogging to Generate Leads
AUGUST 12, 2015
There’s no paying for ad space, no paying of affiliate commission, and no offline networking which obviously takes more time and resources. You might want to follow general rules and tips spread across the blogosphere, but it’s always better to come up with your own rules to see what works for you and what doesn’t, well because all businesses are not the same. Build loyalty. Period!