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Managing Negative Comments in Social Media

Waxing UnLyrical

If you work as a social media manager or online community manager you see these all the time … negative comments. You’ll run out of energy if you do this. Here are 6 more tips on how to manage negative comments: Listen   to what is being said. Don’t let negative comments linger. So when you run into negative comments, handle them with speed and care.

Get More Comments: Use Energy to Spark Reader Response

ProBlogger

The reason why most bloggers don’t get many comments is they fail the “Sloth Test.” You have to give them the energy necessary to respond. Energy. If you read posts that get hundreds of comments, the conclusions are so passionate, so full of energy that you can’t help feeling a little bit charged up after reading it. Through the magic of the written word, the writer transfers their energy to you, and it lifts you up and gives you the power to take action. Cultivate positive energy. Use that energy to inspire people.

Efficient Blog Commenting: Save Your Time and Energy

ProBlogger

Commenting on other blogs is an integrated part of blogging, and it’s vital. You need people for successful blogging and blog commenting is one of the coolest ways to build loyal relationships. This post is based on Joe’s guest post here at ProBlogger, where he wisely gave a strategy for commenting on other blogs. want to add more to it, to make the strategy energy- and time-efficient. Effective blog commenting. Commenting on other blogs can be overwhelming if you try to combine it with your regular blogging activities. Use Paper.li.

How to Build a Community that Thrives

Spin Sucks

Yes, community is important, but if you think about it only from an engagement point-of-view, you will be angry you spent so much time and energy building it. The magic happens not when you begin to get comments on your content, but when those people begin talking to one another. They want to know their comments or content resonates. Comment on and share their content.

20 Ways to Generate ROI from a Corporate Blog

Webbiquity SMM

If there is an individual in your CRM system who is also following you on Twitter, or who likes you on Facebook, or who has left a comment on your blog, that should be noted. Respond to comments (helpfully and appropriately). Ask essay-type questions in your blog posts and encourage readers to answer with a comment. Please share them in the comments. Here are 20 ideas.

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Department of Energy Expands Online, But…

Ari Herzog

Department of Energy launched Facebook and Twitter pages yesterday, outlined in an introductory blog post as well. Of note from that post: We’re introducing the Energy Blog at a critical moment for the Department. Does that mean I will have a future ability to add a comment on a blog post? Does that mean I can tweet @Energy and get a personalized reply?

Valuable Commenters vs. Comment Spammers

Kikolani

Comment spam. Even the typical blog reader who just stumbled upon an article for something they searched in Google has probably seen their fair share of comments from people by the name of Loan Modification that think that article is a “great post&# and would also like to drop in the fact that they offer incredible deals. Here are some different viewpoints of valuable comments and comment spam from blog owners to link builders. As a blog owner, I engage in a daily battle with comment spam. Do I ask for comment spam? Leave quality comments.

On Pink High Heels, Holi and International Women’s Day

Waxing UnLyrical

Electric energy. But outside of the fact that my husband is a wonderful person, he’s one of those men who doesn’t get frightened by this electric energy. Why else would a certain right-wing commentator lambast a woman he doesn’t even know for simply speaking out about her right to have access to healthcare coverage for her reproductive system? Fyi, Ms. Lovely.

Become a Playful Blogger and Inject Some Energy into Your Blogging

ProBlogger

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. Become a Playful Blogger and Inject Some Energy into Your Blogging. Is your blogging getting a little dry? Perhaps it is time to become a bit more playful as a blogger. Notes. think this is really true for blogging as well.

The zizzazz incident

Josh S Peters

Home About eBooks Social Media and Internet Marketing Speaking Twitter Says You Are Here: Home » Social Media » The ZizZazz incident The ZizZazz incident Written on September 2, 2009 by Josh Peters in Social Media 2 Comments - Leave a comment! Thank you for the comment. Everything. So now here’s the big question. Have you had a similar experience?

Show 282 - How to manage your energy through thoughts

Engaging Brand

» Show 282 - How to manage your energy through thoughts Show 281 of The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast  is ready just for you. On today's podcast we talk to Janet Richmond about how to manage your thoughts, we discuss What is energy of thought? Try GoToMeeting FREE for 30 days. Are thoughts contagious? Try GoToMeeting FREE for 30 days.

Addicted to Social Media | Spin Sucks

Spin Sucks

My connections are calling… Martin Waxman is a co-founder and managing partner of energi PR, Communications, Digital in Toronto. Leave a comment! Comments Pingback by Are you a social media addict? Comment by esther buchsbaum August 2nd, 2010 at 1:31 pm ahh yes! Comment by Abbie S. Comment by Debbie Friez August 2nd, 2010 at 2:06 pm Martin, I agree wtih Abbie.

Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media September 28th, 2010 Tweet I haven’t been the biggest fan of my local energy company, Pepco, recently. Sign out Leave your comment here. That, I understand. When it struck me that that might not be very fair.

The One Tip That Took My Blog To New Levels. Stop Caring.

SocMed Sean

Not just from researching and writing articles, but form the comments/feedback that I have received and the conversations that have been sparked with others via social networks like Twitter. They commented on my experiences and shared their own. If you have had a moment that changed the direction of your blog, I’d love to hear about it in a comment. Stop caring. And grew.

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Mindful Social Business

Janet Fouts

The ability to be generous with your knowledge and praise for others’ Doesn’t all this being mindful take too much energy? Rather than an energy suck, being mindful can help you be more responsive and sensitive to what’s going on around you and spend less time reacting on auto pilot (and then repairing the damage). What your customers want. What YOU need.

Post-Holiday Fitness Series: Supplements & Vitamins

Justin Levy

Using supplements and vitamins as part of your fitness program provides many benefits including: Help to provide energy during your workouts. My current supplement stack focuses on providing energy pre- and during workouts, quick recovery post-workout and promote fat-loss. scoops  Amino Energy. scoops Amino Energy. Let me know in the comments. Nitric Oxide (N.O.)

Ten Ways to Treat Media Relations Like Dating

Spin Sucks

It takes a lot of time and energy to do media relations really well. Comment on blog posts and articles. When you make smart comments on the articles they’re producing, you build a relationship. How many of you have commented here and we’ve become friends that way? Unless they’re in TV, most journalists have something you can read and comment on. By Gini Dietrich.

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Social Solute: 4 Brands on Social Media to Admire This Year

Ignite Social Media

Even if it’s not your energy drink of choice, you have to give credit to Red Bull’s excellent social media presence. Red Bull talks about activities that require energy, like intense sports, traveling, or exams. Contact us for more information and leave a comment with your favorite brands’ social media moments. It’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through the year.

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The Horrible Case of Unwritten Rules

Spin Sucks

In the early days of Arment Dietrich ,we had what we called the energy center—a group of cubicles in the middle of the room where all the interns sat. It was called such because, well, there was a lot of energy in there. Comments Our values are written down. By Gini Dietrich. They talked to one another all day long. They pulled pranks. They brainstormed. Livid. And more.

How to Use #PRStack to Create a Community of Action

Spin Sucks

Niche identified, build your community around the members’ energy. It gravitated around blog posts spilling out into the comment section, and onto Twitter, a Facebook group, Google+, and a dalliance as a LinkedIn group. Tinker and respond to where the energy lies. It took on energy when readers of the post shared, commented on, and began to populate a Google sheet.

5 Old School Social Media Tactics That Are No Longer Effective (And What To Do Instead)

Buffer Social

After all, if you give your team members more freedom, they could turn into your most passionate brand advocates— encouraging your employees to share makes them 31% more likely to publicly make positive comments about you and 24% more likely to recommend your products. There are few greater joys in a marketer’s life than experimenting with a new technique—and having it work like a charm.

Prioritize, Focus and Be Patient for Business and Life Success

Pam Moore

Take a listen to the 204th episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast to hear some solid strategies and tips to help you focus your time, energy, life and business on the highest value tasks that will help you achieve your goals and objectives. Comments Found it. We all have the same 24 hours in a day. It’s how we use the hours that matters most. If not, why not? iTunes.

How to Choose a Format When Writing Your Next Blog Post

SocialFish

If you’ve read comments asking if you know of a good video for any topic , find or create one and post it to your blog. In some cases, a content won’t have a fan base or plethora of comments to create content from. If you’re a content creator, you know that your duties go well beyond just writing text. When writing a blog, multimedia is going to keep your readers engaged.

Media Relations Done Well: Ten Ways to Personalize

Spin Sucks

Ten Ways to Personalize Media Relations It takes a lot of time and energy to do media relations really well. Comment on blog posts and articles. When you make smart comments on the articles they’re producing, you build a relationship. How many of you have commented here and we’ve become friends that way? Once a week, comment on one article, blog post, or editorial.

Why I Killed My Facebook Page – Confessions of a Social Media Coach

Janet Fouts

Auto-posting news without your own comments is broadcasting (and nobody cares). Well, after breathing a sigh of relief I just quit feeling guilty about not paying attention to my Facebook page. I can give that energy to the networks I really care about like Twitter and Google+. social media coach quitting Facebook? Here’s why. When I wrote my first book, “ Social Media Success!

[Comic] Why Are We On Facebook?

SocMed Sean

Anyone who tells you otherwise is either trying to sell you their “ social media expertise ” or hasn’t ever worked their way through a crisis situation where their customers are angry and rallying against them with a tirade of angry posts and comments. Engaging in the social space isn’t easy…and it sure isn’t cheap. And they are right to ask the question!

Smarter Ways to Measure Authoritative Content

Waxing UnLyrical

Back in the day – and I’m talking not that long ago – the number of comments you got on your blog were a big deal. An “engaged” blog was one that drew a lot of attention, comments, back links, etc. Dynamic comment systems became the norm (such as Livefyre , which is what we have here on WUL), as opposed to vanilla commenting systems.

Analyze Your Visits to My Blog

Ari Herzog

But I’ve lost that energy lately. If you were inspired, please add a comment and sign up to receive blog posts by email. Thank you for reading my blog. Google Analytics tells me that 34,532 unique visitors (including you) came here over the prior six months. Monthly visitors, May – Nov 2013. Over 90% of visitors arrived for the first time. Many returned.

The little word that makes a big impact in your biz

Absolute PA

When you should be spending your energy on what you CAN do to create more opportunities and success. You get obsessed with your competition, focussing too much energy on what they are doing instead of thinking about what YOU can do to make your business hotter than a tamale. Share with us below in the comments. It’s one that you already know. But, it sometimes gets a bad rep.

Good Or Bad – You Must Engage With Your Customers Through Social Media

SocMed Sean

Dealing with customers who have had posted negative comments about your company can be irritating, especially if you feel you did not do anything wrong. So, do I ignore positive comments? Leave a comment! Today’s post comes from Laura Clarke,a blogger and lover of all things social media. Never has social media been such a brilliant marketing and customer relation tool.

PLEASE Don’t Visit My Google+ Page! Here’s Why.

SocMed Sean

Social media requires a lot of energy, creating and finding content and building relationships. That means that, although I have secured my SocMedSean Google+ page, I don’t have the time or energy to post to both my personal profile AND my Google+ page. In fact, I really don’t want you to visit my Google+ page and I have a good reason for it. Let’s be clear. Cheers!

The Secret Formula To Social Media Success (shhh…don’t tell)

SocMed Sean

Don’t spend a lot of good time and energy developing your strategy just to throw it out the window with a social media kneejerk when a crisis arises. Help me improve on the formula with additions in the comments. There is no doubt that 2012 is going to be THE year of social media. Put their product commercials and training videos on YouTube. They aren’t. Cheers! Digg this!

How Social Was The Red Bull Stratos #LiveJump Publicity Stunt?

The Realtime Report

Unless you live under a rock, you’ve already heard about Felix Baumgartner’s record-setting jump from the edge of space, a publicity stunt sponsored by energy drink Red Bull. Millions viewed the event live on YouTube, and thousands more commented on various forms of social media during and after the jump, creating a huge amount of buzz for Red Bull.

Is Facebook Making Us Lonely?

Spin Sucks

Last summer it became the first website to reach one trillion pageviews (TRILLION) and nearly three billion likes and comments every day. It simply means, while extroverts get their energy from being around throngs of people, introverts get their energy from a quiet glass of wine with a friend or reading a book. ” Is it the Fault of Facebook? Are We More Lonely?

Social Media Isn’t About The Numbers! Or Is It?

SocMed Sean

Think I’m full of bunk? I’m always up for engagement in the comments section! I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again. If you ask me what my Klout score is …I’ll likely vomit. Too many folks get caught up in the numbers game when it comes to social media. Heaven knows that it doesn’t tell you whether you’re engaging in social media properly.

6 cool curation sites you may not have heard of

SocialFish

Energy” is a beat, but “the global surge of energy abundance” is a phenomenon. And as a long-time subscriber, I can comment on news items and ask for more info. 3.  So my new thing is curated news sites.  Or curated stories, as they are not all “news” per se. Anyway. Here they are, in order (most important to least important) of criticalness for starting my day. 1. 

Are You Measuring Your Social Media Efforts?

Idaconcpts

With social media monitoring you can see which of your marketing strategies are the most efficient so that you can refine them and have a more direct approach to social media marketing and advertising rather than potentially waste your time, energy, and money on approaches that aren’t effective. What Do You Need to Monitor? What’s Your Budget? Additional Questions to Ask.

Join Maddie Grant for a Special Author Q&A Today

Spin Sucks

When I have the opportunity to speak in front of an audience of CEOs, I typically hear comments such as, “We don’t really need to worry about how Millennials buy because our audiences are Baby Boomers.” How to harness the energy of the next generation for organizational growth. Come back here, scroll to the bottom, and write a comment in the form of a question.

Greenpeace's Unfriend Coal Campaign Calls Facebook A "So Coal" Network

Firebelly

The environmental organization is not happy with this dirty energy production method and would like Facebook to use clean, renewable sources of electricity. " Posted by: Duke Snyder | September 17, 2010 at 08:58 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted. Your comment could not be posted.

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Getting Under the Surface of Member Engagement

SocialFish

David Gammel wrote about the “engagement acceleration curve” where members start by reading things free online, but that can lead to commenting or maybe even writing an article or two, which is often a gateway to further involvement, including contributing significant time and effort through volunteering. Right? Increased “engagement” equals increased revenue.

BrainDump: 101+ Things You MUST Know About Social Media For Business

SocMed Sean

Social media takes time and energy. Facebook 19) The vast majority of post/comments made by visitors to a Facebook page go unanswered. Links to articles within your blog should stay in the same window. (I know others may disagree…this is my guidance) 55) Allow for comments on your posts. 56) Respond to comments on your posts as frequently as possible. content plan.

Social Media for the Boardroom

Buzz Marketing for Technology

They identified around 60 Million conversations (per year) across blogs, microblogs such as Twitter, discussion forums and social networks like Facebook and other enabling technologies such as YouTube, Vimeo and Flickr relating to Energy. These were the three broadest terms that applied to the most relevant conversations about energy. Subscribe to the comments for this post?

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Thumper’s Rule – Knowing When And How To Avoid An Online Argument

SocMed Sean

As the site owner/community manager, I even had someone threaten to come to my house in person so he could discuss the fact that I edited one of his posts for racist comments. Have an experience to share that others could benefit from? I’d love to hear them in a comment! The post was accompanied by a photo of him holding his shotgun. But don’t be a troll. Prove it. Cheers!

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