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    [Comments] Influenster: Green VoxBox Review
    Respond to Mentions: Mentions are Twitter’s equivalent of comments.  Give me a shout in the comments below to let me know how you plan to use these to get your tweets noticed. Twitter is a game changer for new blogs.  By far, it is the easiest and cheapest way to get readers to your blog. However, effectively using twitter to get noticed is more art than science.  When I started, I made some embarrassing goofs. Such as: retweeting my own posts, posting my blog links 10-15 times a day, not retweeting other people’s stuff, and other knucklehead moves. Here’s mine.
    [Comments] Integrated Marketing Summit Comes to St. Louis December 10
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? The Integrated Marketing Summit is bringing 30 of the United States’ leading experts to St. Louis, Missouri on December 10, 2009. Some of the topics include social media, sales and marketing lead management, search engine optimization, and integrated marketing. Some of these well-known speakers include: Jamie Turner , Director of Consumer Insight for direct response and interactive agency BKV, and Chief Content Officer for The 60 Second Marketer. Ekaterina Walter , Social Media Strategist, Intel Corporation and best practices expert.
    [Comments] MashedIn Social Media Friend Finder Application Launched
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Social Connections has released , an application that allows you to identify mutual connections across multiple social networks. 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. Individuals have various groups of friends or connections on different social networks they use on a regular basis. MashedIn provides a key value to companies and business professionals. Share this on
    [Comments] What Is Agile Marketing?
    Let us know in the comments. To understand “agile marketing,” you must first understand the whole agile methodology. Introduced first for software development, this method focuses on using new work cadences, sometimes known as “sprints,” to prepare for an unpredictable workflow. The traditional method is known as the “waterfall” method, or put simply, taking on each task as it comes, even if it’s piled on top of something you’re already working on. Bear in mind: The word “agile” is often used to describe situations where agile marketing isn’t used at all. How Does It Work? Sprint Review.
    [Comments] Tools to Streamline Your Video Marketing
    If you have any more quick tips on tools to help you market your video content then please let us know in the comments? Guest Post by Neil Davidson. We hear a lot nowadays about how video marketing is becoming more and more important, both for traffic generation & SEO as well as for site performance. This is true, but getting value through your video marketing in the early stages can be challenging and causes many to give up entirely. As with most things getting started is the hardest thing; how do you produce and market your videos in a short space of time and on a tight budget?
    [Comments] How Print Magazines Should Be Using QR Codes
    Questions or comments? I have a confession to make, and it may surprise you. Despite the fact that I am a self-proclaimed social/mobile/online/digital/tech enthusiast, I still like getting print magazines sent to me in the mail. There, I said it. I’m sure you’ve heard it before, but I have to say that there’s still something nostalgic about getting a new issue of my favorite magazine sent to me in the mail, and having the ability to actually flip through its crisp pages as I scan from page to page. Why is this the trend I’m seeing with print magazines? Maybe.
    [Comments] Robots And Makers And Drones. Oh My!
    In the past few years, I have become deeply interested in the maker movement, robots and drones and I've decided to place and comment on these industries over there. Something new about something new. At the beginning of this year, I started a new blog. Shhh, don't tell anyone ;) It's true. It's on tumblr and it's called: We, Robots. It's not a blog like Six Pixels of Separation is a blog and I'm sure many people will think that I'm not using tumblr in the way that it was created. all of that criticism would be accurate, but I don't care. That's only half-true. Dances With Robots. robot.
    [Comments] Is Twitter growing up?
    whenever it arrives, will surely include new features, is likely to include the business accounts that were promised last year and will possibly reveal in full the monetisation policy that has been imagined and speculated about by commentators ever since the service started. Tweet. There are rumblings of some pretty big changes coming down the round for our favourite little microblogging service. The last week alone has seen the launch of Twitter for Blackberry , the acquisition of Tweetie (read: Twitter for iPhone) and a sneak peak of a brand new Twitter 2.0, Who knows!
    [Comments] Tweeters expand the reach and appeal of conferences
    Or, use Blast Follow to follow everyone all at once. { 4 comments } Chris Hall April 29, 2010 at 9:36 am The power of social media is about getting people together. there's a bug or something on my WordPress or with Disqus: the comments for that post are closed and I cannot figure out how in the world to open them. have a theory that active tweeting during a conference significantly expands the reach of the conference AND paves the way for increased attendance at the next one. also have a theory that suggests waiting a full year to have the next event is too long.
    [Comments] Are You Following these 5 Headline Writing Tips for Better SEO Traffic?
    At the end of each day, calculate the clicks, retweets, and comments that you received with each headline. This guest post is by Garrett Moon of Todaymade. There are so many variables to a great blog post. There’s the topic. There’s the writing style and overall quality. But few things compare to the headline. After all, your headline is the first thing that your readers will see, and is probably the most important factor in determining if they will actually read your article. While getting actual human readers is our primary goal, search engines also matter—a lot. Step 1.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010
    [Comments] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Best YouTube Campaign Ever
    Blogs I Follow – this is the best way to organize your commenting strategy, Alltop style. How to select the number of items in the WordPress admin – change the default number of posts, pages, comments, etc. Here is the final video in a series of one of the funniest social media / Youtube campaigns of the week ever by Old Spice where they answered questions from Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube comments. Articles featured in the resources come primarily from people I interact with in the comments, and on the social networks. The Resources Mashup. Facebook.
    [Comments] Weekend Project: Get a Handle on HTML
    At the end of each post (or the series) feel free to add a comment about the main problems you have with encoding posts and content on your blog—I’m sure Matt will be pleased to answer your questions, perhaps in an extra post if needed! Let us know in the comments—and enjoy this weekend’s project! Tools like WordPress and Blogger and pretty much all online editors now provide us with WYSIWYG tools. That’s excellent for those of us who are less technical—like me! And now we are. Why bother? having trouble correcting issues that arise in guest submissions.
    [Comments] Turn Twitter Followers into Blog Subscribers in 2 Steps
    And if you have any difficulties, you can always ask in the comments section. Let me know in the comments. This guest post is by Momekh of LifeETC. Too many interesting people out their are not using Twitter effectively. They may be using it to make solid connections, which is great, but they are not using it to directly build their own communities. propose a little experiment. It won’t take much of your time, as you’ll see. The benefits, on the other hand, can be significant. In all probabilities, your Twitter bio includes the web address of your site. Ready? First, a reminder.
    [Comments] Why Kissing a Digital Baby is Better than Back-scratching a Super-famous Blogger
    Look through your blog comments, RSS reader, guest posts, and backlinks. For example, perhaps you can allocate five minutes each week for a comment, retweet, etc.  This guest post is by  Shamelle Perera of Better Blogging Ways. By now, it’s been engraved into every bloggers mind that relationships are the foundation of building a successful blog. Then, there is this “hush hush” unwritten law, “You should build strong relationships with established pro bloggers or blogosphere influences! ” (Don’t get me wrong. This post is not a rebel rant against pro bloggers.
    [Comments] The Science of Blogging
    think most readers do the same, as the latest posts’ comments are the most frequented. If they are taking the trouble of sparing some time and commenting on your blog, they want the favor to be reciprocated. Share yours in the comments! This guest post is by Syed Farhan of The word “science” comes from the Latin root “scientia,” which means knowledge. This is the reason why the word science is attached to many “non scientific” terms like “the science of theology.”. Darren Rowse, What is a Blog? This is nonsense. Just work hard with devotion. Not at all!
    [Comments] Add That Special Something That Makes Your Readers Adore You
    The person who comments on every post, and opens every email you send. This guest post is by Kirsten Simmons of Personalized Productivity. Imagine your dream customer. The person who replies to your tweets and tells their friends about you on Facebook. The person who immediately scrolls down your sales page to hit “Buy Now” without even reading through the pitch. The people who don’t get the reference are none the wiser, and the people that do love you all the more for including it. Must I give up on ever using this valuable tip?&#. Of course not! But that’s not the point of this post.).
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #118
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "This Smithsonian piece looks at how the oft-neglected '@' symbol rose to a place of prominence, in part precisely because of its obscurity." " (Alistair for Hugh). Police shame 80 ghouls who slowed down to take pictures of wreckage on motorway after smash left woman, 21, fighting for life - The Daily Mail. " (Alistair for Mitch).
    [Comments] Social Pros 12 – Derek Halpern, Social Triggers
    Excellent comments. The consensus really was that look, this is really about managing a huge chunk of money and less about optimizing individual posts for likes and comments and things like that. ” Well, if you look at Social Triggers I’ve got more than 100 comments on every blog post I ever write. If they’re not leaving comments, I’m getting people to reply to my emails and they write me books. This is Episode 12 of the Social Pros Podcast : Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media. Listen Now. The RSS feed is: [link]. Happy for number 12.
    [Comments] Listening Comes First
    Comments may be used in the final edition. The following is draft material for the second edition of Now Is Gone , which is almost out of print. You can download the first drafted chapter of the new edition — Welcome to the Fifth Estate — for free. Ever interrupt a conversation with people you don’t know at a party and start talking right away, only to find the members leave? It sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Yet isn’t that what most organizations do when they first engage on the social web? The worst are the press releases that get posted as links for presumed readers.
    [Comments] Does Your Content Neglect the Middle of the Marketing Funnel?
    We’d love to hear from you in the comments. When creating a content strategy, understanding the marketing funnel is your number one priority. If you’re not already familiar with the marketing funnel—also sometimes known as a sales funnel—there’s a good chance you’re losing many of your potential buyers. Before we take a look at where most content marketers lose the bulk of their qualified leads, let’s take a look at the anatomy of a marketing funnel. Anatomy of the Marketing Funnel. photo credit: photopin cc. Top of the Funnel. Where any and all readers are prospects. Probably not.
    [Comments] E-mail Mysteries, Facebook Mobile and Other Quality Content
    Don’t hesitate to leave your comments below. This week’s marketing news discusses the ways to increase e-mail deliverability, improve motivation for writing, Facebook Mobile App content optimization and tips on how to create high quality content. Stay tuned and check the best articles out! How to Design Emails to Reach the Inbox. mail deliverability is vital for building trustful and loyal audience for your business. Haven’t you faced situations when people never respond to your company’s messages? Tips on Creating Content for People Who Hate Writing.
    [Comments] Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search 7 Surprising Statistics About Twitter in America April 29th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Ah Twitter, we thought we knew you. As I commented a few days ago, I've noticed that many African-American Twitter users protect their tweets. 19% seek customer support. population).
    [Comments] Awesome Content on the Way and Why I Haven’t Been Posting Much Lately
    If you’re interested, contact me or leave a comment below. The worlds of automotive social media and automotive search marketing are converging. We’ve known this for a while and I’ve been preparing for the collision in order to help our clients make the most out of the changes. The only thing I wasn’t expecting was how tremendously complex it all was going to be. For the last month, we’ve been pushing hard to help educate and assist dealers on both fronts, but social media has been my primary focus. It can be dealers or vendors – I’m not picky.
    [Comments] How Boring Is Your Blog?
    Your regular commenters will dwindle and maybe disappear. Are you getting traffic, but no comments? If comments appear only certain posts, maybe you need more of that type. This guest post is by Julien Smith of Are you repeating the same things every other blogger is saying? Are your valuable visitors turning away as soon as they see what you have to offer? Is your blog great, or is it boring? How would you know? Very few blogs turn you away with their design. You may have a custom theme or you may have something you just plopped on there for free.
    [Comments] Life In The Cloud
    Please ask in the comments, I’ll answer them there! Earlier this year, Google announced it was rolling out a new device; one that would attempt to harness the power of the web and make it the center of the device’s power rather than the device itself. The Chromebook was pitched, in my mind, as a next generation PC; one that relied on the Web rather than the machine to do the heavy lifting. I was in the market for a new machine this spring, and was instantly interested in the Chromebook. I The Chromebook runs one program. Chrome OS. That’s it. Is it annoying? Hell yes.
    [Comments] Search Engine Marketing Job Opening: Advertising Inventory Analyst
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? ICONSTAFF has an opening for a motivated, organized and energetic Advertising Inventory Analyst. The successful candidate must be smart, energetic, organized ad operations professional. S/he must possess excellent problem solving and analytical skills, be detail oriented, able to multitask in a fast paced and challenging work environment. S/He have to be good with numbers and calculations, have an in-depth understanding of ad serving back-end and front-end systems and be a team player. Knowledge of ad serving technology – Dart strongly preferred.
    [Comments] 3 Simple Gamification Ideas for Your Brand Strategy
    She welcomes your comments at  . How does a bank get its customers to trade their free checking accounts for checking accounts that charge a monthly fee? According to the Chicago Tribune , it turns the process of switching accounts into a game. That's what Extraco Banks in Waco, Texas discovered when they decided to phase out their free checking accounts. In the end, Extraco was able to get 14% of its customers with free checking accounts to switch to premium accounts. This kind of conversion rate is unheard of in the banking industry in similar situations.
    [Comments] How to Build a Blog Worth Monetizing
    We covered heaps of ground but I thought I’d pull out some of my most RT’d and commented upon tweets from the hour here as a blog post. Earlier in the week I co-hosted the popular #BlogChat Twitter chat. The topic was ‘How to Build a Blog Worth Monetizing’ – a massive topic. The hour-long Twitter chat was one of the fastest moving Twitter chats I’ve been involved in (and the biggest BlogChat ever according to it’s founder Mack Collier ). hope you find these helpful! Darren Rowse (@problogger) August 11, 2014. BlogChat
    [Comments] Yahoo! Makes Changes to Linkdomain Search for Webmasters
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? As a search engine optimization professional, one of the tools that I got in the habit of using over the past several years has been the un-publicized feature called “link domain&#. For years, even though Google eventually turned off the link query at their search engine and made it available to site owners only , and eventually turned it off also, Yahoo! always allowed us to use the linkdomain query at etc.). And including you could exclude certain sites (like the domain linking to itself). Digg this!
    [Comments] Join me at Clearvale SecondFloor speaking event, August 18th
    Leave a Reply Please read my comment policy Search Twitter Updates Laughing my head off watching The Flying Karamazov Brothers (trying to) juggle greased balloons in San Jose. (@ San Jose Repertory Theatre) 2 weeks ago @ artist_branding Glad you enjoyed Open Leadership! The date for the event was originally set for July 14th but I had to move it because of a conflict on my part.) The event will be hosted by Dr.  Pehong Chen, Founder and CEO of BroadVision, and will take place on the second floor of BroadVision’s corporate headquarters, 1600 Seaport  Boulevard, Redwood City, CA.
  • SOSHABLE  |  SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2009
    [Comments] Twitter Today: What are you… pushing?
    For every tweet you do for a client, there should be dozens of retweets, comments, mentions, and interactions that you’re having with others. Blast. Do you remember what Twitter looked like this time last year?  Probably not – the vast majority of the users on the site today weren’t around this time last year.  Things have changed dramatically over the last 7 months. For many, Twitter shouldn’t ask, “What are you doing?&# Twitter’s growth has been astounding.  Today, over half of the tweets on many users’ streams are links. There, I said it.
    [Comments] Blog Smarter: 5 WordPress Plugins to Help You Make Money From Your Blog
    Please note that I haven’t used every one myself yet, so I’d welcome your feedback in the comments if they’ve worked (or not) for you! Please let me know your opinions in the comments! This guest post is by Louise of Why do we blog? Perhaps you feel you have things to say which the world would be interested in, or maybe you’re very passionate about a topic and your friends are sick of hearing you talk about it! But the main reason for blogging, I think, is to make some money out of it. Ad Rotator. Kontera. MediaPass. Skimlinks.
    [Comments] PTI Story on the Love-Hate Relationship Between Celebrities and Social Media
    case in point is Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who miffed with unsavory comments posted on his Twitter account had recently reportedly abandoned the microblogging site and his 8 lakh followers to move on to Facebook. While sometimes there is a drop in online activities due to “social fatigue&# or when users have reportedly been troubled by nasty comments, such instances have seen to be just temporary. I was recently quoted in a PTI story on the love-hate relationship between celebrities and social media. “Am I sensing twitter fatigue? Or is it just ME&# ???
    [Comments] Become a Playful Blogger and Inject Some Energy into Your Blogging
    What has worked for you in your style and what doesn’t work for you in your style? I’d love to hear your comments in the comments below this video. Is your blogging getting a little dry? Perhaps it is time to become a bit more playful as a blogger. One of the things that I’ve learned over the years is that the more I ‘play’ and experiment with my blog the more I learn that helps me to make my blog better. Experimentation helps you not only learn what works in the blogging medium – but also what works with your audience. Notes. What have you tried?
    [Comments] The importance of beating your own drum…
    32,000+ people have left comments and 64,000+ people have liked it – and it’s been featured on sites such as the blog of Swedish daily newspaper Aftonbladet. There are certain people I follow on social networks who tend to share things outside of the normal technology, social media, marketing echo chamber, and one of them is Stuart Witts , who’s as likely distribute bizarre Lego creations as digital insight. So whether or not you think the drummer is talented, funny, or making a fool of himself, it’s proved popular. ’ That’s not the point!!!
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #170
    Especially great is the exchange between commenter ''shootingfan'' and the author." Now it''s your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "''Software can build a visualization of a novel''s style, helping to spot the next bestseller or holiday read.'' Shoot me now." " (Alistair for Hugh). James Burke predicted the future in 1973. Now he does it again - PM. You probably read it.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #167
    Now it''s your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "What''s it like to date when you have crippling OCD? Watch Neil Hilborn tell you." " (Alistair for Hugh). If Disney Princesses had Instagram. - B For Bel. " BforBel ''s satirical take on Disney in a social media era was hard to miss last week, but just in case, here it is. One can only hope they have Tumblr accounts too."
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2014
    [Comments] The Power of Longform Content (Part 1)
    Sound off in the comments below (This is the first in a two-part series about the benefits of longform writing as part of your content marketing mix.). They’ve been saying it since the advent of USA Today. They’ve probably been saying it longer than that, but I wasn’t around to hear it. People don’t have the attention spans they used to. They’re dealing with information overload! They don’t have time! They’re in content shock! That’s true of course. So when it comes to communication, the shorter the better. Sound bites! Bullet points! Quick reads! Meantime, let’s focus on No. 1.
  • JEFF KORHAN  |  TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2010
    [Comments] Watch Your Social Media Language - Jeff Korhan
    Recent Comments Seo Services on Typepad vs Wordpress Series - Own Your Blog Jeff Korhan on Authenticity Guidelines Supra Skytop II on A Social Networking Theory Walter Adamson on 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding Walter Adamson on Authenticity Guidelines Jeff Korhan on What Does Your Blog Writing Style Say About You?   But that's not what this is about. There is another language that affects the effectiveness of your social media message in even subtler ways.    I'm calling these words social media jargon.    Fortunately, it didn't last. 
    [Comments] Why You Should Love Facebook Like - Jeff Korhan
    Recent Comments Seo Services on Typepad vs Wordpress Series - Own Your Blog Jeff Korhan on Authenticity Guidelines Supra Skytop II on A Social Networking Theory Walter Adamson on 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding Walter Adamson on Authenticity Guidelines Jeff Korhan on What Does Your Blog Writing Style Say About You? These consumers of your information are the heavy users that every marketer should be targeting.    The Ideal Customer is a Heavy User Years ago I was playing golf with a senior executive with McDonald's. The Value of Friendships And so do you.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #179
    It''s a smart and credible perspective, still you can feel the politics getting tangled up in the comments (as to be expected)." Now it''s your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "Hugh and I have talked about APIs before. Here''s what happens when we hook data up to transportation, and see what happens. Turns out people like to complain about eating food in public." Insane."
    [Comments] Warning: Are You Doing the Bare Minimum?
    When you comment other peoples’ blogs, are you leaving a message where people can follow up, and maybe even learn something, or relate? If you took your comment and compared it to the other 100 comments, does it look exactly the same? This guest post is by Paul of [link]. Bachelor’s degree. bare minimum. Master’s degree is becoming, well. the bare minimum. Posting on your blog once a day, tweeting a  few  times, responding to a  few  people, responding to a  few  emails. bare minimum. Blueprint for great content. Writers are prodigious notetakers.
    [Comments] Before You Seek Business
    If you have a blog and not a static website, you might want to encourage comments. Find others who might like what you’re talking about and comment on their posts. Don’t littler the comment sections with links back to your site. Just make sure your comment is filled out with the URL to your site, so that people know how to get back. Other ways to get comments involve making sure your site is linked to your Facebook page and as part of your email signature file, and encouraging the occasional comment by asking the right questions. Questions?
    [Comments] Extra Boost of “V”: More Vloggers for your YouTube Cravings
    Fun Fact She has a “porno music/comment time&# at the end of every video where she interacts with her supporters by responding to their comments. million views and over 40,000 comments. Comments? Get Shareaholic test Filed under Guest Posts , Herwin Icasiano , Social Media | Tags: vlogging , youtube | Comments (2) Site settings comment help? Get notified of updates in this conversation "> Follow conversation Stop receiving notifications "> Following conversation people listening Followers Livefyre is in Offline Mode - you can still post comments.
    [Comments] Social Media Potentiality
    Feel free to share this with your friends by clicking on the Facebook Like button below, leave a comment, or consider subscribing to the feed. . If you are finding that your excitement with social media is beginning to wane, then maybe it is time to feed more energy into your social networking to realize more of its potentiality. Social Networking. We carried on an email and Facebook page dialogue after that, and Keith noticed we had several common interests and suggested might be able to help each other out. Social Sharing. Like me, Keith enjoys writing. Potentiality.
    [Comments] Five for Friday 09.10
    Share your thoughts in the comments below or with your own networks. Comments - Leave a comment! blog comments powered by Disqus Stay connected Recent Posts Can influence be bought? Home About Archives Press Clips Spark Advisors Suggested Reading Five for Friday 09.10 Written on September 10, 2010 by Espo in Five for Friday Why is it that short weeks feel like the busiest ones? If you can answer that, I want to pick your brain and give you a hug. This week’s shortness also brought with it the first game of the NFL season, which is very exciting. What do you think?
    [Comments] Unlock Your Marketing Genius to Make Money Online
    Usually, the traffic is reciprocated by other blogs whom the blogger commented on. If you are truly building a fan base (and it isn’t just other bloggers reciprocating comments that you made) and if your “readers&# respect you, then your social blog can actually make money by making offers. This is a guest post by Leo Dimilo who has been an online marketer for over a decade and has quietly been earning a living online. I am a marketer that also happens to blog. Bloggers blog, Internet Marketers make money online. Online Marketers. Bloggers. properties. It isn’t.
    [Comments] A Broadcast News Perspective by Debbi Morello
    Her commentary today is based off her comment in said post, which I found to be unique and interesting. This guest post attempts to provide a third side to the Mindless and Elite topic , perhaps the most important one: That of the reader (and the final post on the topic). Debbi Morello (@ debmorello ) is an accomplished photo journalist and humanitarian (full bio follows). From the social media perspective she is on Twitter, but is not a blogger (yet). believe this movie is timeless. Love Albert Brooks, love William Hurt and of course, our heroine, with all her flaws, Holly Hunter.
    [Comments] Return on Influence: 5 Questions with Mark Schaefer
    Whether you realize it or not, every tweet, comment and “Like” is being scrutinized and scored for your social influential power. Companies like Klout and Kred are developing complex algorithms that attempt to standardize social influence and evaluate your social muscle to develop strategic business insights for influencer strategies. However, social scores should be taken with a grain of salt, as these algorithms are yet to capture the full picture. Mark is a globally-recognized educator, speaker, business consultant, and author. And that mindset leads to success. Mike Lewis.
    [Comments] Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media
    Get Shareaholic test Filed under Public Relations , Social Media | Tags: andre francis , debbi jarvis , pepco , Social Media | Comments (2) Site settings comment help? Get notified of updates in this conversation "> Follow conversation Stop receiving notifications "> Following conversation people listening Followers Livefyre is in Offline Mode - you can still post comments. Sign out Leave your comment here. Comment as pts moderator pepcoandDChater Getting info Pending approval share On Facebook On Twitter flag Delete Hide Unhide Ban user New! Completely.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2010
    [Comments] Unplugging vs Making the Right Choice
    Tom Huntington commented that my motivation to distance myself on Twitter may be faulty, and that I should focus my priority on following people because of an inherent choice. I don’t think a “sabbatical” from social media is the solution to “social media” that distracts you from your priorities. But I thank Tom for his comment and asking me to think about the reasons I do what I do online. -- Thank you for reading Unplugging vs Making the Right Choice at AriWriter. figured I’d return when there was a reason. York, and Josh S. Peters about my then-Twitter reincarnation.
    [Comments] On IPOeve, the Twitter Buzz doesn’t look Good
    When looking at conversations just on Twitter itself, that number skyrockets to 94% of comments being negative. If you believe the trends, the speculations, and the odd lack of true hype surrounding the Twitter IPO, you’ll probably be asking yourself if this is going to be more like Facebook or more like Zynga. If it’s like the former, than it will only plummet at the start and eventually rebound. If it’s like Zynga, it may never recover despite their recent gains. Those are the questions that are circulating the day before the IPO. Will investors bite?
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2011
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #48
    Breathing new life into books with official hashtags - Dare To Comment. Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. dare to comment. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? " Hernando De Soto argues pretty convincingly that because Western economies have 'crossed the line from the rule-bound system of property rights. Yikes." " (Alistair for Hugh). 1947 Mystery That Matters Now - The New York Times. author.
    [Comments] Traditional Customer Service Costs: A Redux
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Traditional Customer Service Costs: A Redux View Comments March 26th, 2010 Connie Chan , Principal of Chess Media Group, is guest posting today. Comcast Cares employs a team of 10 people to respond to problems, comments, suggestions, etc. Cheers, Prince conniechan8 Hey Prince, Thanks for your comment. The estimated wait time is 12 minutes.”  Enter the outsourced customer service call center. that its Twitter followers leave on its account.  KINGRPG I like that you think.
    [Comments] Get Social Media Right: Five Things you Just Can’t Miss
    Retweets, shares, likes, comments, and responses per update. This is a guest contribution from Pratik Dholakiya. There’s no doubt social media is important for businesses to engage with potential and existing customers. It’s marketing 101. Since it’s the de facto “I’ll let the world know what I think about this product or brand” medium, it’s also a unique channel where companies and businesses now face intense scrutiny. Social media is best used for engagement. It’s a powerful tool that finally lets companies (of any size) get one-to-many with its customer base. Retention.
    [Comments] Revisiting the Marketing Mix - A Fun Little Exercise
    Let’s hear about your thoughts on this in the comments below! Ah yes, the Marketing Mix. Those classic “Four P’s” they hammer in to you when you walk in to every Marketing Fundamentals class taught in the world: PRODUCT + PRICE + PROMOTION + PLACE. We all know them, we all love them, but sometimes they slip out of our consciousness from time to time. Even the most seasoned marketing pros have moments where they miss the mark on at least one of them. List the Brand, Product, and Price you paid in the first three boxes. Car, Vacation, TV, computer, etc). Do they? Or a combination of both?
    [Comments] 3 Angles to Create Magnetic Content with the Triangle of Relevance
    Please add them to the comments below. Guest post from  Angie Schottmuller , an interactive Jedi, e-commerce expert, and multi-channel strategist at  Interactive Artisan. What makes online content great? Is there a tangible metric, or is it purely subjective? think it comes down to relevance. The more relevant the content appears, the more magnetic it becomes. Within this relevance I’ve discovered a formula for brands to magnetize content and optimize click-through rates… the Triangle of Relevance. Triangle of Relevance Content Strategy. Business Objective. User Interest.
    [Comments] New Bloggers Beware: 3 Traps You Need to Avoid
    Every blog you visit looks good, has lots of posts, has lots of comments and has thousands of RSS subscribers and hundreds of retweets for every post. Write compelling content, have a RSS feed, post often, reply to comments, create backlinks—do all these things, and you will succeed. Tell us about them in the comments and prevent other bloggers from falling into the same trap. This guest post is by Roman of how this website makes money. After more than two years of blogging, I’m happy to be still around. Most new bloggers do not survive longer then six months.
    [Comments] 10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Grow Your Email List
    Blog Commenting Strategy : Commenting regularly on my favorite industry blogs has been the most reliable and consistent source of traffic for me behind guest posting. The most important thing is to take action, and let me know how it works for you in the comments. This guest post is by Ethan Waldman. Everyone starts from zero.  Zero readers, zero subscribers, zero dollars.  I can tell you from experience that staring at that number on the screen is one of the most gut-wrenching things about building an online presence. It is something people opt-in to. Try a site bar.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #44
    Not only is this long Blog post worth reading, so too are the fifty-plus comments that go along with it. Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "A sad lesson in how insular, and eager to believe in the power of individuals we've become. " (Alistair for Hugh). Academy Award Winning Movie Trailer - YouTube. "So meta. That is all." " (Alistair for Mitch). Really?"
    [Comments] How Businesses like Sylvan Learning Center and Computer Explorers.
    Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit June 22, 2010 - Posted by akstout18 | Foursquare | computer explorers , foursquare , foursquare badges , foursquare check-in , foursquare incentives , foursquare marketing , foursquare mobile , location based social networks , sylvan learning center One blogger likes this post 3 Comments » [.] Comment by roulet cheat | July 21, 2010 | Reply [.] Pingback by Multiple Paths to Fighting Cancer in Future | | July 28, 2010 | Reply Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. But, fear not! There is a solution!
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #113
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "The Internet fundamentally rethinks teaching. For centuries, education has solved a distribution problem -- getting someone in the village smart enough to teach the children. With distribution free and easy, education is changing and teachers are flipping around homework and schoolwork. " (Alistair for Hugh). won't spoil it for you. amazon.
    [Comments] Digital Networking Turns Pink Slips to Pay Checks
    People appreciate comments on their blogs, profile walls and Twitter @responses that add value. Cultivating relationships has always played a critical role in business success. This post is dedicated to my dear friends and yours and perhaps you. people who have unexpectedly found a pink slip instead of a pay check. The first advice to folks on a job search seems to be to activate or reactive your network. Let's take what we've learned from social media marketing and make it work for a job search. There are two aspects involved in creating a winning support system: 1. Be yourself.
    [Comments] Haven’t Had Time to Blog
    You could answer in the comments with three things you commit to stopping so that you’d find the time you want. I met with someone yesterday who said to me that he didn’t have any time to blog. Moments later, he told me what was happening on “Ice Loves Coco.” ” Earlier in the day, a woman explained that she didn’t really have the time for another social network, and then she explained how she volunteers for six different organizations in her town for various purposes. We Choose Our Own Adventures. We pick our paths. We decide what we make time to do.
    [Comments] 6 Lessons for Writing Irresistibly Magnetic Blog Post Headlines
    The number-one most shared, read and commented on blog post on SearchDecoder, 10 Unconventional Keyword Research Tools to Include in Your SEO Toolbox , generated over 7K views, nearly 700 social shares and over 30 comments. What worked for your blog last year? I’d love to hear  your best-performing blog post headline in the comments section. This is a guest contribution from Matthew Capala of Many newbie (and sometimes even veteran) bloggers erroneously spend 95% of their time creating blog content and only 5% pondering titles. Use Power Verbs.
    [Comments] Debating the value of measurement
    really really love this conversation – these are small excerpts, I hope you’ll read the full posts and comments for more. Wanted to point you to a fantastic conversation/debate going on over at Talent Anarchy , one of my favorite blogs.  If you’re not familiar with Talent Anarchy, check out the topics Jason Lauritsen and Joe Gerstandt write and speak about. Here are a few excerpts to give you a flavor of the debate. Jason starts it off in The Measurement Imperative : The beginning of the year is always a time of renewal and big plans in business. Love is not.
    [Comments] Make My Blog Better
    RT this, pass it around, I’ll post the comment advice and take the emails to heart and see if I can’t make this page better for everyone. Digg Digg My mother used to say, “The best way to get better is simple, just ask someone who’s already better.&#  So, for once in my life I’m going to take my mother’s advice and simply ask people who are better than me for ways to better myself. That’s right, I’m asking for your advice. Make me more productive. Be Gentle (or Not). Which Came First: The Method or the Madness? Thick Skin Thinned.
    [Comments] Nashville BarCamp-A-Go-Go (aka Ol’ BarCamp Eve)
    Also, if there’s any specific questions you’d like me to address in the presentation, leave them in the comments and I’ll do my best to get them answered. Digg Digg Well, tomorrow’s the day.  It’s finally here. BarCamp Nashville 2010. If you haven’t already signed up for my panel session, Marketing Douchebags: SEO, Social and Beyond , be sure to do that soon. Apparently there’s only room for 150 attendees and we are getting closer to that number every day.  It’s going to be exciting. Popping My BarCamp Cherry. Marketing Douchebags.
    [Comments] How to Get Your Headshot to Appear in Google Results—Wherever Your Content is Published
    Let us know in the comments. This guest post is by Jeff Foster of WebBizIdeas. Many people who blog want their image to appear next to their listing in Google’s search engine results (SERP) when either they publish a post, their guest contributors publish a post, or when they guest post on other sites. What is the correct way to code your blog to ensure your content looks like this in First, does having this picture in the SERP results increase Click Thru Rate (CTR)? Yes. Cyrus Shepard had a great blog post on SEOMOZ about how just changing his picture increased CTR by 35% !
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 2012
    [Comments] The Only Blog Post Idea List You’ll Ever Need
    On Facebook, are people leaving comments on your page that you could address in a blog post? We’d love to hear them in the comments! This guest post is by Stephen Pepper of  Youth Workin’ It. There are so many articles out there on how you can come up with new blog post ideas, but do any of the suggestions actually work? We started our youth work blog in September 2011 and have posted six days a week ever since, so we’ve had to come up with over 200 posts related to youth work so far. Needless On National Pirate Day, write your post in Pirate language.
    [Comments] 10 Habits of Effective Bloggers
    Sure, you’re busy and you may not always have time to respond to every comment or question immediately, but by making your best effort to respond constructively to as many visitors as possible, you can help keep your site visits high and your word of mouth popularity spreading. 4. This is a guest post by Tom Walker of CreativeCloud , a refreshing blend of printer technology news, guides, and reviews. There are tens of thousands of blogs out there, many of which will never make it past the initial stages of early bloghood. Go in with a Game Plan. Follow the Golden Rule of Blogging.
    [Comments] DON'T BE A HIT AND RUN!
    Share this on Facebook Share this on Linkedin Subscribe to the comments for this post? Share this on Reddit Tagged as: Facebook , Law Firm , Lawyer , Legal , LinkedIn , Marketing , Myrland Marketing Moment , Nancy Myrland , Social Media Consulting , Solo Practice University , Susan Cartier Liebel , Twitter { 1 trackback } Tweets that mention DON’T BE A HIT AND RUN! -- June 17, 2010 at 3:38 pm { 2 comments… read them below or add one } Lori F June 17, 2010 at 3:09 pm Hi Nancy Great post about Social Media. Leave a Comment Previous post: YES, THIS TAKES TIME!
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #100
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. 93Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "On their 20th anniversary, Wired is spending a bunch of time with people who've shaped the face of technology. In this piece, they look at the seven lenses through which they try to guess the future. They still hold true today, and author Thomas Goetz gives them a great update." " (Alistair for Hugh). "Oh, how times change. don't.
    [Comments] How Social Media Should Connect Us
    tried to rationalize that unless you commented here, I didn’t know you. I need to confess something. need to get something off my chest. need to tell you why I refused your friend requests over the past two years on social networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn. want to say I am sorry for reading your messages and requests to be my friend, for me to join your networks and for you to join mine. You wanted me to share myself with you on a deeper level outside of this blog and you invited me into your inner sanctum — and I said no. So, I said no. And, I’m sorry.
    [Comments] Why This Blogger Uses Popups
    But most of all, I’m working hard to offer specific information that pertains to the post you’ve read, that way you are not treated like “just another visitor” I’m interested in what you think…talk to me in the comments below. Pop ups and I have had a rocky relationship. I can’t deny their email list building power. Put a pop up on your blog and you’ll boost your sign-ups. Period. Email sign-ups are super important for almost any social media publisher and it hurts to put this tool back in the box. But, I might be falling off the wagon (again).
    [Comments] Linked from These Directories? Be Prepared To Pay for Removal
    However, they did not mention these links or this company when they made the comment. There’s a search engine optimization company out there that is requiring that you pay for removal if you want your link removed from their directory. This same SEO company built these web directories several years ago, touting the fact that they would help your search engine rankings if you were to get listed. Now they want payment for removal of your link. If you have a link on one of these directories, then expect to pay $25 for each link to be removed:
    [Comments] 10 Tips for Opening Your Next Blog Post
    If you’ve used some in your opening lines I’d love to hear them in comments below. 2. “ Only 1 out of every 100 readers Comment on your blog. &# I used this opening line on one of my most popular posts here on ProBlogger. Simply take a question that a reader has asked in a blog comment, in an email, or on Twitter and put it at the top of your post (I always ask those who asked the question for permission first if it was asked via email or in some other private setting). Have you ever sat down to write and suffered from Opening Line Paralysis (OPL)?
    [Comments] Will Amazon Respect Its Kindle Fire Customers?
    Negative reviews are left unanswered by Amazon’s customer service team, with no private email or interaction, something social media users are quite familiar with as half of corporate brands ignore comments on their own pages. The Amazon Kindle Fire launched with great success this holiday season. Sales have outpaced Amazon’s forecasts, and manufacturing has stepped up. But the iPad competitor has quality issues with more than 30% of buyers rating the device negatively to neutral (1 to 3 stars). The New York Times ran an extensive piece about customers many Fire foibles.
    [Comments] 1 Word to Describe 2010 and 2011
    Through my questions in blog posts and your answers in blog comments, each of us gained insights. December is here and, per my desire to participate in reverberations this month, I’d like to respond to Gwen Bell’s prompt of the day : Encapsulate the year 2010 in one word. Explain why you’re choosing that word. Now, imagine it’s one year from today, what would you like the word to be that captures 2011 for you? My word for 2010 is discovery. But are we better people, smarter people, more enriched people on the web because of those insights? My word for 2011 is endeavor.
    [Comments] F**K YOU LG. Why not to (ever) buy LG Products.
    Whilst we do appreciate your comments and the dissatisfaction caused, unfortunately, the warranty on our washing machine expires after 24 months from the date of purchase, we regret to advise that as you appliance is outside of the manufacturer’s warranty we would be unable to assist you with a free of charge repair on your unit. LG, a company whose reputation is built on the vision of “self-expression and a promise of satisfaction to its customers” is perhaps without doubt the biggest lie in the world. To repair this costs more than £200. They refuse to do so.
    [Comments] Grading Social Media
    Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 Contact the author [link] koach84 (koach) Twitter Comment Grading Social Media | Social Media Strategery: Later this week, I’m giving the keynote address at the University … [link to post] – Posted using Chat Catcher Tim Dibble It is a sign of our grade/metric centric world that we seek to “grade&# student’s use of social media. web20 wiki Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS © 2010 Social Media Strategery.
    [Comments] How Many Screens Are You On Right Now?
    million tweets about the game and halftime show; Facebook’s data editors claimed 50 million unique people had more than 185 million interactions (posts, comments and likes) relating to the Super Bowl. You can read all the research and stay on top of the all the latest consumer trends but sometimes it doesn’t hit home until you stop and observe your own habits. In fact, Twitter reported  more than 24.9 And this year, both Fox and offered streaming video service of Super Bowl XLVIII on your computer, tablet or phone. Here’s a rundown: 49% of TV viewers are also on their smartphone.
    [Comments] Retirement Planners Know How to Be Social
    From comments on posts to private messages, the older social masses are reaching out to planners and planners are answering right back. More and more soon-to-be retirees are joining social media sites and as a result, retirement planners are taking the social route when it comes to marketing. Whether it’s keeping audiences informed or offering services, social media is the new retirement frontier. Here are just a few ways retirement planners are using social media to successfully market their services: Spreading the Word About Retirement Planning. According to U.S. Social Q and A.
    [Comments] What Kind of Impact Has Social Media Had on Your Organization?
    Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 Contact the author [link] StichtingDEN (DigitaalErfgoedNL) Twitter Comment RT @NLoverheid20: What Kind of Impact Has Social Media Had on Your Organization? Social Media Strategery: [link to post] – Posted using Chat Catcher [link] NLoverheid20 (NL) Twitter Comment What Kind of Impact Has Social Media Had on Your Organization? link] adrielhampton (Adriel Hampton) Twitter Comment RT @sradick What Kind of Impact Has Social Media Had on Your Organization?
    [Comments] Niche Social Media Sites: Rebelling Against the Mainstream
    Fans all over the globe “put their paws up” and connected with the famous singer on a site that combines the trending topics of Twitter and the recognizable “Like” and “Comments” of Facebook. Foodie allows followers to add recipes and photos from their favorite restaurants, in addition to liking and commenting on the photos of others. Facebook still tops the list of popular social networking sites. Here’s a fun comparison of some lesser-known emerging social media networks, with an ultimate decision of which site reigns supreme for their niche audiences. Music and Lifestyle.
    [Comments] My Leadership Philosophy In A Nutshell
    Do you think today’s marketing leaders have higher expectations, and why? I’d love to hear more from you in the comments. As I’m on the verge of starting a new executive role, leadership has been on my mind a lot. It played heavily into the interview discussions I had, because great leadership is going to be critical in guiding the company’s next phase of growth. So, I thought a lot about my “take” on leadership, which has evolved a great deal over the past ten years or so. Here’s where I’ve ended up. Share the Credit. Harry S.
    [Comments] Blog Wise Tip 2: Know Your Motivations
    All the truths that we believe in as a culture and as a society—none of those are necessarily true,” he commented. “So you have to question them and test them. Tell us in the comments. Every blogger has different motivations, but the interviews we completed as we developed Blog Wise showed how important it is to know what your motivations actually are. The bloggers we spoke to listed a range of motivations. The first was community and audience. Darren told us he’s motivated when he sees the community here at ProBlogger getting energy from his ideas.
    [Comments] 10 Compelling Calls to Action to Brighten Your Blog
    Simply invite your readers to keep the conversation going by leaving a comment, or checking out some of your other content assets. There’s plenty of confusing jargon in the inbound marketing realm – like funnels, the ever-changing lingo of SEO optimization, and agile marketing. That’s one of the reasons we can’t help but love the term “call-to-action,” because it’s quite literal and to-the-point. Call to actions are lines of text, buttons, or images that exist to invite your business blog readers to engage in a certain activity. Simple Text. Sidebar Buttons. Blog Banners. Check.
    [Comments] Great Content Is The Least Of Your Worries
    They love commenting, sharing, complaining and more. If a brand is looking to do something more than traditional advertising, what would be your recommendation? The natural answer is: create content. And, to leverage that content through digital (re: social media) channels, so that consumers will see it, share it, talk about it, etc. Even that is not a simple and easy thing to do. We''ve seen - on a constant and consistent basis - just how hard brands struggle to get the right type of content into the right channels to see any type of movement happen. Utility. Functionality. Design.
    [Comments] Who Do You Trust for Product Reviews?
    Reading all of the pros, cons, and commenter feedback proved that most people see more results over losses using it. In the last few months, I entered into the world of writing product reviews. My first was the Income Blogging Course Review and, most recently, the Copywriting Scorecard for Bloggers Review. find that it’s really easy to write them under one condition: that I have used and truly love the product. Trusted Affiliate Marketer is going to be my home for honest, comprehensive product reviews, as well as a focus on affiliate marketing and money saving tips.
    [Comments] Social Letters of Intent
    The social agreement may be in response to an inquiry, a comment on posted content or an intent to investigate or take action from an ad or marketing message.  Every time someone post something online the context of their content reveals an intent. Intentions have become transparent and discernment of intent is becoming the wisdom of crowds. The aggregation of consumer conversations enabled by technology has fueled awareness of market methods and intents. Social technology has created a transparency of intent. Intent is a relational attribute that reveals motive. Conversations matter.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JUNE 10, 2013
    [Comments] Set Your Blog for Success With These Simple Tactics
    Post comments on their blogs, then connect with them on Twitter or Facebook. This is a guest contribution from freelance writer, Ayelet Weisz. Blogging is hard work. You need to come up with fresh, quality materials on a regular basis, promote them, connect with readers, network with peers and mentors – and that’s before you even see a single dollar for your effort. I’ve put together some simple business tactics to help you set your blog for success, so you can live the pro blogger dream. Set Inspiring (But Realistic) Goals. Mark Aplet – It will take time.
    [Comments] net magazine 20 best new tools for web design and development of 2012
    It also handles all the touch gestures you might want, tackles animations and provides for sharing and commenting. Bugherd. Price: Free-$99/month for 25 members. Contrary to popular belief, the launch of a new site is not the end of a dev team’s work. If anything it’s the point at which the sweat really starts to build. As clients begin to receive feedback, these garbled and conflicting requests begin to filter back as emails, which then get batted around before finally becoming a bone of contention. simple.js include and visitors to the site get a feedback button. Fontello.
    [Comments] Best Internet Marketing Blog Posts of 2007 » Techipedia | Tamar.
    This year, I present you my favorite timeless posts of 2007, complete with descriptions about each blog post (which more than quadrupled the workload for me this time around, especially because I tripled the amount of links, but I had fun!) ( Disclaimer : I’m certain that even with this list in excess of 250 links, I forgot a bunch of posts, so if you have any additional recommendations, please feel free to comment and I’ll add them!) By the way, I still haven’t fully embraced video yet , so this will only include written articles. Maybe next year, folks! menu item.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #79
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "Science and hubris are strange bedfellows. loved this story, which reads like a nerdy Grisham novel, because it gives you a glimpse into what it's like inside the pressure cooker of publishing and research. It's also a strong argument for peer review and transparency in research." " (Alistair for Hugh). Passive Aggressive Notes. Appalled!
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #124
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "In 1945, an extraordinarily forward-thinking professor wrote an article for The Atlantic entitled, As We May Think. It's frightening how accurately he foresaw many of today's biggest trends -- and if he was right about today, why not tomorrow? It was the end of World War Two, and thousands of scientists had to turn their minds from war to peace.
    [Comments] 44 Things Bloggers Should Be Delegating to Virtual Staff to Catapult Their Online Growth
    Comment on the Top 5 posts from your ‘Likewise List’. Social bookmark any content commented on, helping to gain more traffic to the post. know a lot of bloggers haven’t ventured done the outsourcing road yet, so I’m happy to answer as many questions as you can fire at me, in the comment section below and if you’re attending the ProBlogger Event in August, I simply can’t wait to meet you in person – it’s going to be a lot of fun! Chris’ internal team, based in Cebu City. This is a guest post contribution by Chris Ducker. Creation. Publishing. Promotion. Research.
    [Comments] The Complete Bloggers Guide to Facebook Marketing
    Did you know that two billion posts are Liked and commented on each day and, on average, Facebook users spend over 700 BILLION minutes a month on Facebook? In the left column, right below the number of fans, you’ll see a number that reflects the number of people who are talking about you on Facebook at that moment (sharing your posts, liking your content, commenting on your updates, etc.). This guide to Facebook Marketing is written by guest writer Amy Porterfield. Register to get access to this Webinar here now. One Billion. The powerhouse network continues to climb.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #132
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "If you want to learn how to build tech companies, Peter Thiel is a good place to start. He taught a class at Stanford -- even though he's famous for telling people to drop out -- and it was the hot ticket on campus. Here's a student--and prolific note-taker-- Blake Masters ' summary of the course." " (Alistair for Hugh). completely nuts.
    [Comments] Taking Other People’s Word For It
    Instead of forming an opinion or even giving something the benefit of your own review, I see people simply parroting the voice of a blog post, or the current tide of Facebook comments. I was just reading reviews of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire (amazon affiliate link). They state the same defenses that are often commented about on forums. More and more, I see evidence that people don’t form their own opinion. It’s easy to determine, if you know what to look for. People repeat something they’ve read in Mashable, or on CNN, or Twitter. Use Your Own Head.
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