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SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 50 (of the) Best Social Media Guides, Tips and Insights of 2011 (So Far)
Tac Anderson reviews seven of his favorite tools for saving time in social media consumption and management, among them TweetDeck , Twendz and Quora. Megan O’Neill offers helpful tips for increasing exposure of your online videos, including using annotations across videos, creating playlists, and actively participating in the YouTube community. What should I monitor for? But 44.24
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DECEMBER 6, 2009 26 Free Tools for Monitoring Your Brand's Reputation
Beyond the integrated search of Twitter apps like Seesmic and TweetDeck, Monitter provides real-time monitoring of the Twittersphere. Trendrr : Want to know how your brand or product is trending compared with others? Trendrr uses comparison graphing to show relationships and discover trends in real time. TweetDeck : Not only a great way to manage your Twitter account, but the keyword search means you can see what people are saying about you. Sideline : A TweetDeck-esque tool from Yahoo. Do you know what people are saying about your brand? HowSociable? Yahoo!
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APRIL 13, 2011 Monitoring vs. Measurement – MyCustomer.com Article and a New Taxonomy need to choose platforms and tools
Your messaging, competitive analysis, community building, branding, product development, even through crowd sourcing, and countless other tactics you implement to run your business effectively all benefit from your monitoring and metrics, which serve as a source of ideas, an inspiration, and a guide. Can we make a judgment on whether a person or community feels a certain way about a product or service based on words chosen? Trendrr. Tweetdeck. I’ll quote the article there and then add a few thoughts at the end of the post. Why monitor or measure? Engagement.
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