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How Google+ Could Affect SEO


Google HQ is constantly looking for ways to improve the quality of searches. While arriving late to the social media party, the search giant is finally showing signs of introducing user-generated into the search algorithms. The introduction of Google+ is an interesting attempt in bringing user-generated content through social media closer to the Google search engine. Circles. Quality of Posts.

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Executive Series: Listening on Social Media is about Insight Management and Analyzing Data


Tweet This post is part of The Executive Series which is written by Jonas Klit Nielsen, CEO and Founder of Mindjumpers. The posts are based on his daily work with passionate people responsible in the area of social business, executives from large international companies and thought leaders in the social business space. Last week, I wrote a about the importance of data. Conversational words.

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How to Use Twitter Hashtags for Business

Harp Interactive

#hashtag As anyone who uses Twitter knows, the ‘#’ symbol, called a hashtag, is used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. Interestingly enough, Interestingly enough, it was created organically by Twitter users as a way to categorize messages. Hashtags Hashtags are simply a way to “tag” your tweet with subject matter to make it easy to be found. Anyone [.]. Blog How To Social Media Marketing Tools and Resources Twitter growing twitter hashtags hashtags for business how to find twitter followers social media twitter chat

The best five minutes you’ll spend today.


This is the best five minutes you’ll spend all day. We need to do a better job at the intersections. Watch, share. Read Humanize ). Watch again. Thanks Joe Gerstandt for blowing our minds yet again. Humanize diversity inclusion


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15 Wasteful Habits of Unproductive (and Unsuccessful) Part-Time Bloggers


This is a guest post by Dr. Bob Clarke. It’s hard enough to build a successful and profitable blog when you have all day and night to devote to it. But when you’re a part time blogger working around a full time job, taking care of the kids and/or your elderly parents, success can seem like it’s a mile away. While it’s not impossible to transform yourself from a part time blogger to a highly successful full time blogging machine (think Kristi Hines , creator of this blog and others), those blogging part time face unique challenges. You Don’t Understand WHY You Want to Blog. The result?

“K” is King in Brand and Company Naming

Waxing UnLyrical

Guest post by Donna Vincent Roa. The power of the letter “K” has always fascinated me. In college, one of my favorite adjectives was “kafkaesque,” a word with three “K” sounds. The first time I heard this word, it resonated with me, and I wanted to say it again and again. There It’s a voiceless velar plosive and an oral consonant with air escaping through the mouth only. Car keys.

Indiana AIDS Fund’s #knowpositive Campaign: Social Media For Good


Help us raise funds for 500 AIDS test kits. December 1st is World AIDS Day. I’ll be tweeting as part of an all day Indiana AIDS Fund “Tweetathon” to raise money for 500 free AIDS test kits that cost $10 each. Unlike the five marathons I’ve completed – there has been no special diet, no special training and no one to cheer me at the finish line. Social Media.

November 2011: Ottawa's Twitter top 20 | Sherrilynne Starkie

Sherrilynne Starkie

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The Content Marketing Survival Guide: How to Navigate the Wilds of Social Media

Two Dollar Waffle Irons, Boycotts, and Big Marketing Ideas

Spin Sucks

To day’s guest is post is written by Lisa Gerber. Between Occupy Wall Street and Black Friday madness, I’m not sure if I should be knitting handmade items for my loved ones or donning my riot gear and bracing the furious frenzy for a $2 waffle iron. This stuff is like a train wreck to me. watch it through squinty eyes wondering about the average IQ of the general population. Rue La La.

Permission is the Enemy of Speed

Convince & Convert

This week I’ve been writing about speed and response expectations for business on the social Web. Ultimately, speed wins. The companies that engage customers on Twitter and Facebook within minutes are making a none-too-subtle statement about their embrace of the social telephone and the primacy of the customer. So how do you win the speed race that has no finish line? Do you?

Women + Social Media = ?

Diva Marketing Blog

Quick. What comes to mind when you read these words? Women. Social Media. My reactions : Women help and connect to each other by sharing their experiences; results are influencing brand perceptions and purchase behavior. . But then I'm a marketer so my response is skewed towards business. little shopping too ;-) . Answers fell into 5 buckets: 1. Women focused in general. 2. Did you know. That's it.

Why You Should Write 20 Posts Before You Launch Your Blog


This guest post is by Aman Basanti of If you have not yet started a blog, stop. Write 20 to 30 posts before you launch. It may sound counter-intuitive, but this strategy may just be the thing to help you succeed as a blogger. It stops you from quitting. Here is the number one reason most bloggers fail: they lose the will to continue. Anyone who has ever started a blog will tell you that it is downright demoralizing to start a blog. Unfortunately for most people, that is the end of their blogging journey. It helps you build and maintain momentum on your blog.

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A World Gone Social

Learn how companies must adapt to survive.

Social Business at #Tech11


This is a repost  from Christopher Carfi , who is someone I have followed on Twitter since pretty much day one (and he has survived my many many Twitter culls over the past four years – that should tell you something. Ha.)  I’m so excited to finally meet him in person next week and hopefully drag him to our big YAP GAME DAY party. This session is a MUST ATTEND. Social Business 2012.

Want a social power charger?

Engaging Brand

Knowledge is power - a belief of far too many of my ex colleagues ! Sharing of knowledge is power - better! However there is another aspect which is happening. As we move through the knowledge economy to a digital, experience or 'whatever you want to call it' economy! Knowledge is no longer a premium is being commoditised. Be as transparent as you can - because you will be found out.

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Attention Beta Authors: Get a Professional “Boost” to Publish a Kick-ass Kindle eBook in 8 Weeks

Debbie Weil

[Sold out in less than 12 hours.]. The cool thing about publishing a book for Amazon Kindle is that you can think of yourself as a Beta Author. It's easy to take the plunge and commit to publishing a digital book, knowing you can update your book later. And forget BOOK in all caps. When you write an eBook it can be as short as 30 pages. Nor do they care. Don't wait if you are interested.

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Cartoon of the day

Jeff Esposito

Image -  gnurf  . Cartoon of the Day Cartoon comic Jedi


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