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    [Feedly] Four Ideas for Your Business Facebook Page
    Mari Smith , Facebook expert extraordinaire, posted , “The news feed is *clearly* favoring posts and activity from friends and subscriptions (vs. fan pages) — it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get fan page content seen in the news feed. ” While I’m not completely sold on the idea that, in order to be seen in the news feed you have to buy the space, creativity is definitely something you need to have in order to get people to see your stream. This allows people to subscribe to your feeds so they always see what you have to say.
    [Feedly] Think Twice About Automating Your Social Media Efforts
    I do schedule some of my blog posts and tweets, especially when I know that I’ll be in meetings throughout the day, that way I don’t spam my feed with 10-15 links at the same time during the 30 minutes that I have to surf the web or stumble some favorite site. I recently participate in an Twitter chat where the conversation turned to whether or not it’s a good idea to automate social media activities. Other, more controversial suggestions included allowing automated services to generate tweets for your or using filler tweets like Cheers! Digg this!
    [Feedly] Am I talking to myself over here? My Feedburner saga
    Sometimes the feed would work, sometimes it would appear to be empty. So we moved some client sites to Feedblitz , others decided to use WordPress’s free built in RSS feed tool. Now, this blog is syndicated on several sites and I send the RSS feed to Triberr and quite a few other places and they seemed to be getting the feed, so what gives? Actually I’m not even mad about it anymore, we’ll just look at this as a wake up call for you, whoever out there is actually reading this post through an RSS feed that maybe no longer works. Important!
    [Feedly] Social Media for Your Business: Quality Over Quantity
    Take a look at your last 10 Social Media updates and ask yourself: Would I engage with that post if I saw it in my news feed? If there’s a photo, would you want to share it if you saw it in your News Feed? We all want to see our followers on social media skyrocket in numbers. But numbers don’t necessarily equate to engagement, return on investment and…sales! Don’t fall into the social media trap of being obsessed with getting over 100K followers, especially if you are a small business. Relax. Take a deep breath. This is KEY. The go-to-source in your niche. A huge referral.
    [Feedly] 4 Ways to Make Sure You Always Have Something to Say Online
    Tools like Google Alerts and Yahoo Alerts monitor the web for you and alert you, by email or through RSS news feeds (see below), every time a new piece of information relating to your keywords is posted to the web. Using RSS (Rich Site Summary, or sometimes Really Simple Syndication) news feeds, which are common on most online publishing sites (look for the familiar orange icon), content aggregators assemble feeds from different sources, including Google and Yahoo Alerts, into one place so you can scan all of them at once to find items of interest. What am I going to say?
    [Feedly] Why Buying Twitter Followers Is Damaging To Your Brand
    This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. We've Moved! Please Update your Reader Now. Community social media Transparency Twitter Vent advice automation personal branding
    [Feedly] Instagram Wants To Eat Snapchat, BlackBerry Has Zero Percent Of The Mobile Market And More On This Week's CTRL ALT Delete Segment On CHOM 97.7 FM
    App of the week: Feedly. feedly. Every Monday morning at 7:10 am, I am a guest contributor on CHOM 97.7 FM radio out of Montreal (home base). It's not a long segment - about 5 to 10 minutes every week - about everything that is happening in the world of technology and digital media. The good folks at CHOM 97.7 FM are posting these segments weekly on iHeart Radio , if you're interested in hearing more of me blathering away about what's going on in the digital world. The segment is called, CTRL ALT Delete with Mitch Joel. This week we discussed: . Remember BlackBerry ? Staggering.
    [Feedly] Association Social Media Jobs
    No Feeds Found. TIME IS RUNNING OUT! We have a special 20% discount for employers for a very limited time: Please use SOCIALFISHVIP at checkout. The SocialFish job board is live! Will you please share this with your friends and colleagues and employer and anyone else you know who might be looking for a job or looking to hire? We focus on jobs in social media , marketing , communications , PR , advocacy , digital and technology. photo credit ). Featured From the Trenches
    [Feedly] 10 Surefire Ways To Avoid Looking Like A Twitter NooB
    Click the Follow button and their status updates will start appearing in your home feed. This search identifies tweets relating to community management by searching the #cmgr hashtag 6) Set up some searches and conversations to follow – In TweetDeck and HootSuite, your home feed represents the tweets from people you are following. So, you’re ready to Tweet, right? Before you jump in and start tweeting away, here are seven tips that can help you avoid looking like a newbie and (hopefully) avoid some common pitfalls. Who are you? What do you like? Again, listen. Learn.
    [Feedly] Google Spreadsheets Update: Blessing in Disguise for Marketers…
    While scanning through the feeds in my ‘RSS Feed Reader’ , I discovered an interesting update in Google Spreadsheets. Home About In the Media India’s Buzziest Media Brand Condolence February 20, 2008.3:10 10 pm Google Spreadsheets Update: Blessing in Disguise for Marketers… Jump to Comments Web-based productivity tools have been around for quite a while, but their usage and focus has primarily been limited to a very niche audience. On digging deeper, it appears that the update has solved a big problem for market-researchers and statisticians. Theme: Pressrow
    [Feedly] The 21 Best Content Curation Tools
    Sample review: “I have connected my Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn feeds to Flipboard, enabling me to scan each post in the feed as if they were articles in an electronic magazine. Discover, review and curate content from blogs, news sites, Google Plus, Facebook, Amazon, Ebay, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Wikipedia, or any RSS feed. Sample review: “CurationSoft enables you to curate information and discover things based on keywords from Google, Google blogs, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr and any RSS feed.” — Maximize Social Business (Drive). 21) Feed My Inbox.
    [Feedly] Why Most Social Media Departments Fail
    If you’re buying followers and they’re not interested, that content won’t show up in their news feeds or in the feeds of people who truly do have an interest in your product. Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. A few years ago, a colleague of mine was given a tremendous responsibility to oversee the social media department at a prestigious well known NYC-based public relations firm. I’ll be exploring some of those reasons below.
    [Feedly] Twitter Rolling Out Foursquare-Powered Locations to iOS Users
    A reader tipped Josh Constine of TechCrunch off to the existence of Foursquare-powered location feeds on Twitter, and Twitter confirmed to Constine that it is currently rolling out the feature to IOS users, with other platforms to be added soon. Constine wrote that Twitter users who tap specific Foursquare-powered locations or cities tagged in tweets will be taken to a new location feed with a map at the top, where they will see tweets from that location. Twitter iOS users: Are you seeing Foursquare-powered locations? Screenshots courtesy of Josh Constine, TechCrunch.
    [Feedly] Fake News: How PR Pros Can Ethically Fight Back
    One would hope it would subside, but bottom-feeding PR pros have discovered it works. Related Stories The 11 PR Professionals to Follow Podcast: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at a Popular PR Show Seven Podcasts to Add to Your iTunes Feed. During this year's presidential election, there was an influx of fake news that spread like wildfire. Here is Gini Dietrich on how to handle it. The post Fake News: How PR Pros Can Ethically Fight Back appeared first on Spin Sucks. Comments I would DEFINITELY add it to my list for discussion. It's going. by Gini Dietrich It's not going to stop.
    [Feedly] Wait, Facebook is MySpace?
    Okay FB, I don’t need your “help” with categorizing news feeds and creating lists. Which annoys you more, the news feed or the ticker? Facebook news feed changes. The most recent posts are no longer at the top of your news feed. If you do that often enough it’s assumed you don’t want stories from that person or page anymore and you won’t see them as often in your news feed. Here’s a link to explain the news feed changes on Facebook. Very much like Google Plus circles, you can now filter your news feed by lists.
    [Feedly] Using Facebook Hashtags for Your #FacebookMarketing
    When you click a hashtag, you’ll see a feed of posts that include that hashtag. When Facebook introduced its Twitter-like hashtag (#) feature in June, marketers began to buzz about the potential boosting effects that this new Facebook trend can bring to brands and businesses. Hashtags are gaining momentum on Facebook. If you are already using hashtags in your Twitter, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn or Pinterest posts, it’s easy to migrate and use the same hashtags on Facebook. You can save time by being able to post the same content across several platforms. You can use them anywhere.
    [Feedly] Interpreting Facebook Page Insights: Reach vs. Engagement
    Just because a consumer saw your post in their News Feed, it doesn’t necessarily aid in brand recall, purchase intent or indicate that you have a relationship with your customers. Facebook is one of the most widely used and most popular social platforms (with an estimated 1.15 billion users) providing the opportunity to reach and engage with highly targeted potential customers in an intimate, exceptional one-on-one way. Facebook has just rolled out the new Facebook Page Insights to everyone. Most of these metrics can boil down to (1) Reach and (2) Engagement.
    [Feedly] Why Customer Service is the Future of Social Marketing
    It’s now, to me, nothing more than an RSS reader (and a good one in case you don’t like Feedly for whatever reason). Has anyone realized how tired people are of marketing messages in their FB feeds? I watch as my feed there gets cluttered with marketing content and very rarely true conversations. However, I haven’t paid attention to my home feed on Twitter in something like five years. In 2006, social media was building steam in the United States. And make their marks they did. That’s when everything went downhill. Then, thousands. Volume.
    [Feedly] Facebook Metrics Update
    In fact, if an older post starts to get some new comments it can actually rise to the surface and appear again in people’s news-feeds. According to Facebook it’s like this: The News Feed algorithm responds to signals from you, including, for example: How often you interact with the friend, Page, or public figure (like an actor or journalist) who posted. Facebook sez: Previously, people read 57% of the stories in their News Feeds, on average. Edgerank , the algorithm Facebook previously used to measure value, is being revised. Affinity, Weight and Time decay.
    [Feedly] Can Social Media Disrupt Your Life Or Career? 5 Tips For Managing The Timesink
    Worker Smarter - Rather than spending your time surfing sites or reading tweets, have the content your really care about delivered to you using RSS feeds or through targeted Twitter lists. Social media offers a lot of great opportunities and access to information. If not kept in check, writing articles, playing online games and surfing blogs, tweets, posts and photos can easily suck away hours from your day. These activities may actually cause damage by keeping you from meeting your work deadlines or distracting your from your real-life relationships. Cheers! –Sean.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2013
    [Feedly] Link Building Tactics for Publishers
    E-mail newsletters and RSS feeds. RSS feeds are another good opportunity, both for content discovery and because users sometimes utilize them to power link modules on a blog or other site, in which case they become a direct source of links. So maintain a decent selection of feeds and don’t let the impending shutdown of Google Reader move you away from RSS. Also on the technical side if intermediary URLs are used in the feeds make sure they have a 301 redirect to the canonical URL for each page. So what link building tactics are most effective for publishers?
    [Feedly] Using Hashtags in Social Media Marketing
    Every hashtag on Facebook has a unique URL, and clicking on one will redirect you to its feed. You can also create posts directly from the hashtag feed or search results. Hashtags are increasingly important in social media marketing campaigns. They enable content marketers get in front of their target audience and identify social media conversations that are relevant to their business. Only 24% of tweets include hashtags, but those that do receive twice the engagement of those without them. What are hashtags? Hashtags are labels for content. Platforms that support hashtags.
    [Feedly] How to Use Social Media Strategy to Reach Mommy Blogs
    Supporting their social network feeds shows them that you are also in support of all of their efforts to get more traffic and followers. They have a very active Twitter feed, Facebook page, and comments section. Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Vanessa Van Petten. If you have a brand or product for parents, targeting and partnering with mommy bloggers is a great way to get exposure. Here is the list I use. Offer Something Good.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013
    [Feedly] The Best Free (or Cheap) Tools for Blogger and Influencer Outreach
    The tool indexes millions of RSS feeds and a Feed Authority score is applied to each. Blogger and influencer outreach is an area with strong crossover between PR, audience development and link building. For publishers it typically involves identifying users that are sharing, discussing and linking to content from your brands and their competitors, and about specific topics. Then building relationships with those users over time and coming up with ideas for outreach, content development and promotion. But the same general approach applies to any industry. Followerwonk. Topsy.
    [Feedly] How To Automate Twitter Without Looking Like an Idiot
    Find the RSS feeds for each source. RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication, and is a sort of live news feed for various websites. Most people connect these hoses to a feed reader, where all these updates are aggregated to read, like a subscription. RSS feeds come in the form of a web address or link, but some websites are better than others at making these links easy to find. If you can’t find a button or link, try typing in or into your browser’s address bar. We select the “Wisconsin Only” feed, like so: You: Nice.
    [Feedly] Facebook Creative Hub Opens Its Doors
    The Creative Hub gives ad creators an easy way to preview their work in a dynamic mobile feed. Discover new work and get more insight into the campaign and creative strategy, and then send the ad to your phone to look at it in a mobile feed environment. Once you create your mock-ups, you can preview your ad as though it’s live in a mobile feed and can also see how it might look on Facebook News Feed or Instagram feed. Creative Hub allows you to generate a URL to send to your colleagues and clients so they can see it live in a mobile feed environment, too.
    [Feedly] Multitasking Puts Your Brain on Information Overload [Infographic]
    Subscribe to RSS feeds so you can read your blogs all at once and in one place. If you’re looking to be more productive then it’s helpful to understand exactly how multitasking affects your brain. According to a recent infographic by , your brain “wasn’t designed to handle the amount information they’re currently processing.” ” In an age where 695,000 Facebook status updates, 1,500 blog posts, and 168 million emails are sent every 60 seconds , it remains difficult to focus and keep from multitasking. tabs open on average.
    [Feedly] How To Produce Engaging Updates [infographic]
    Having a high level of engagement on your updates will make your status updates rank higher in your fans’ news feeds and thus be more exposed. If no one is interacting with your content, it is less likely to be featured in your fans’ feeds and your status updates may never reach more than a few people. However, our Social Designers at Mindjumpers have put their heads together in order to list some suggestions on how to write engaging updates and create visibility in your fans news feeds, which can also be used as a ready reckoner! What does the infographic say?
    [Feedly] 6 Strategies for Increasing Fan Engagement on Facebook (Wildfire Research)
    Stand out in the news feed as well as within your timeline by including images where possible, including in as many news feed posts as possible. Brand advocates — people who share content that results in a new person engaging with a campaign – generate an average of 14 earned media impressions each, according to research released today by Wildfire, the social media marketing software company recently acquired by Google. The data is based on an analysis of 10,000 social marketing campaigns that ran on Facebook over the past 9 months.
    [Feedly] How To Remove the Yahoo! News, Washington Post or Spotify Notifications From Your Facebook Ticker
    News, Spotify or Washington Post apps will no longer show in your news feed. I’ve been asked this question more than a few times, so I thought I’d pass it along here. If you hate that apps like Yahoo! News, Spotify, and the Washington Post are pushing articles into your Facebook timeline, there is a quick way to get rid of them. Within your timeline each app gives you the opportunity to hide a specific story, but doesn’t give you the chance to hide everything from Yahoo! News, the Post or Spotify. id=90376669494 and follow the next steps below For Yahoo!
    [Feedly] The Top 100 Blogs to Curate for Social Media Power Users
    In the Buffer product, you can connect RSS feeds to your profile so that all the latest posts from your favorite blogs are pulled directly into your dashboard where you can pick and choose which to add to your queue. Here’s the complete list of the top 100 RSS feeds that have been connected in Buffer. Here’s the list of the top 100 feeds used by Buffer customers. If you’d be excited to add any of these to your Buffer profile or to try out Feeds for the first time, scroll to the bottom for some info on how it all works. Feedly Blog – 117.
  • PAMORAMA  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013
    [Feedly] 7 Popular Types of Social Media Fans [Infographic]
    Getting these fans to engage with your brand on Facebook means that your content will appear more often in their news feeds. See my post Understanding Facebook Edgerank to learn how to give your Facebook posts a higher probability of appearing at the top of news feeds.). If you’re using social media to market your company, you know that social media fans are not all alike. Many different types of people follow you on social networks. While every person is different, social media fans and customers can be broken down into roughly 7 categories. The Quiet Follower. Awesome!
    [Feedly] Facebook Makes It Easier For You To Find Great Live Video Broadcasts
    Facebook has added a Video Feed for its mobile users to help with viewing and discovering video. Find out what it means for both users and marketers
    [Feedly] 10 Facts About Consumer Behavior on Facebook
    This is contrary to a February study by email marketing firm ExactTarget , The Social Break-Up , which concluded that 81% of consumers have either “unliked” or removed a company’s posts from their Facebook news feed. A new study by marketing firm Constant Contact and research company Chadwick Martin Bailey sheds light on how consumers interact with brands on Facebook. According to 10 Quick Facts You Should Know About Consumer Behavior on Facebook (below), it turns out that people engage with their favorite brands on Facebook far more than on any other social network.
    [Feedly] 6 Readers Share Why They Read Blogs by Email
    I don’t follow RSS feeds as it would be just one more thing I would have to stay on top of. Liz Hover, a Canadian digital media manager : I’m not a fan of feed readers. I find the layout of feed readers noisy. I pay for a Feed My Inbox account that allows me to receive email updates from any website with an RSS feed – even if email isn’t offered as an option. Many of my friends prefer feed readers but I don’t see the logic in collecting information at another inbox and having to remember to check it. I devour email.
    [Feedly] Your Auto Posts On Facebook May Not Be Read - Social Media
    It is this algorithm that decides on which post should appear on your Personal Profile Feeds in Facebook. Facebook has been transparent about its algorithms. They are called EdgeRank. Recently you may have noticed that posts coming from similar third party auto posting sites are getting clubbed together. This will result in your Fans not clicking each time to check out what all is clubbed together. I work as Freelance Social Media Network Online Professional. My Business Page is on Facebook at: [link] pervarakapadia Do join me
    [Feedly] 10 Easy Tips to Build Your Fan Base on Facebook & Twitter
    I take it that: You are creating and posting good, if not great, interesting, compelling content and your Facebook page and Twitter feed are full of information, news, reviews and links. Your business has a great Facebook and Twitter page. You are interacting with your fans on a daily basis. You have acquired a short. Facebook Marketing Social Media Marketing Tips Twitter Facebook Community Facebook content Facebook fan Facebook fanbase Facebook posting Facebook sharing Facebook username marketing for small business Twitter followers
    [Feedly] Social Media Definition by Peeing [infographic]
    Tweet The other night I were browsing through my following feed on Tweetdeck, looking for interesting news – a fun tweet caught my eye…. I knew that I’ve seen something like it before – another tweet a couple of days ago. It made me think of how the creative idea probably originated somewhere at some point and by passing through people’s tweets probably innovated – cause the one I saw the other day did not look exactly like this one. All credit on the original idea goes to someone unknown out there in the blogospere. Similar Posts: Is Social Media Just A Buzzword?
    [Feedly] Why Social Media Is So Important for Your Business in 2014
    Here are some tips to generating great online content to feed your social media networks! Social media networks were a novelty 5 years ago, but today their importance is no longer debated. Yes, businesses have definitely realized the power of social media and accepted that social media marketing has to be part of their marketing and PR mix. In Social Media Examiner’s 2013 End of Year Report, marketers now place very high value on social media marketing: 86% of marketers stated that social media is important for their business. Increased traffic. Developed loyal fans. to 818.4
    [Feedly] Will Facebook Always Be Free? Probably Not For Everyone!
    Periodically, someone in my Facebook feed will post a link to a Facebook Page about the “Keep Facebook Free Revolution” or “ Stop Facebook from charging $4/month “ Until this point, these have all be hoaxes that tend to generate a lot of Likes and Shares, because people want Facebook to be free and get irritated when they hear rumors of Facebook proposing charges. Recently, I’ve been spending a lot of time looking at the Terms of Use pages created by various social media platforms. Will Facebook always be free for everyone? Which leads me to the nugget!
    [Feedly] How Social Media is a Lot Like Dating
    You don’t want to annoy the people in your Twitter stream or Facebook news feed. Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Shannon Evans Suetos. Social media, like many things in life, is about relationships. If you don’t build a great relationship (online or offline), you won’t accomplish much. That said, how is social media like dating? You can apply “proper dating etiquette” to just about every aspect of social media. I think most of us have.
    [Feedly] Industry Buzz: 4 reasons why is the up and coming community platform
    s content source tool leverages the power of the entire internet to bring content that is relevant to your members straight to them in one integrated feed. You can choose the 10-15 most useful RSS feeds for your members and have them automatically bring articles and information into your community at a rate of your choosing. Users can grow alongside their customized feed. The Rasa setup stresses centering member experiences around the social feed structure as opposed to forums and chat rooms as other platforms tend to do. Individually,’s
    [Feedly] Facebook Private Messaging for Brands
    Due to lesser engagement, brand’s updates would rank lower in the news feed because of the EdgeRank algorithm. So brace yourselves brands, you need to keep coming up with interesting content to secure the engagement levels and to be seen in the news feed. How to Improve Your News Feed Ranking on Facebook. Tweet According to TheNextWeb , a new Facebook communication option appeared for Asia-based page admins. Apparently, this allows business pages to receive private messages from their fans. What does it mean for brands? What NOT To Do On Facebook.
    [Feedly] StumbleUpon Channels: Which Media Brands Are Doing Well?
    Some more observations: The ability to connect RSS, Twitter and Facebook feeds makes it easy to maintain a Channel without committing significant time or resources. Consider creating a dedicated feed for content that makes the most sense for StumbleUpon. It has been a couple months since StumbleUpon rolled out its Channel pages for all members so I thought I’d check in and see how media brands are doing. To-date the media brands with the largest following have attracted 5,000 to 7,000 followers with quite a few channels still under 1,000. Breaking News. Lifestyle Content. Others.
  • JENN'S TREND  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2016
    [Feedly] 4 Reasons NOT to Use Facebook Live for Your Business
    It was one of things most talked about at #SMMW16, everyone seems to have written a blog post about it, all the podcasts are talking about it, and you’ve probably seen a bunch of these videos popping up in your own Facebook news feed.… Lately, there’s been a lot of hoopla around Facebook Live Video. … The post 4 Reasons NOT to Use Facebook Live for Your Business appeared first on Jenn's Trends. Facebook facebook facebook live facebook marketing facebook reach live video social media social media marketing video marketing videos
    [Feedly] How to Build Trust in Your Brand Using Video
    Forget about feeding them mission statements and vision statements; address your consumers individually and ask for their feedback. Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Neil Davidson. Instead of requiring users to navigate, scroll, and click to access information, online video is a one-stop destination for information. It takes less time to engage the user than reading, and the user is then engaged until ready to follow an embedded call to action.
  • STAY N' ALIVE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011
    [Feedly] Twitter and Facebook Both Quietly Kill RSS, Completely
    At that time, they removed the prominent RSS icons and made it only possible to access an RSS feed for an individual by logging completely out of Twitter, and visiting that individual's profile page. Now #1 is also removed as far as I can see (and looking at the HTML source I see no evidence of any RSS feed). It seems Twitter has completely removed the ability to consume their feeds via the open standard of RSS in favor of their more proprietary API formats. If you would like to continue using RSS feeds from Twitter accounts, we recommend using a 3rd-party service.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2012
    [Feedly] Media Relations Gone Wrong: How Not to Pitch a Journalist (Video)
    Or stand over the fax machine feeding through one press release at at time. The Internet and social media have certainly made it easier to conduct media relations in a more efficient and less intrusive way. At my first PR job I had to type in contact addresses from the hard-copy Bacon’s guide so we could mail merge and send out the press materials. Being required to do cold-call follow-ups as a junior employee was one of the main reasons I gravitated toward other forms of online marketing as soon as they started to emerge. –Well at least until the next round of layoffs. Images!
    [Feedly] Opting-Out Of Facebook Sponsored Stories May Be On The Way
    ” as a Facebook status update, then Facebook could re-purpose that post and and add this advertisement to any of my friends’ news feeds: This blog post brought to you by Facebook Ads…just kidding Unfortunately, regardless of whether you liked by a pawn in Facebook’s advertising game, there was no way to opt-out of being part of the program. In 2011, Facebook announced a new advertising program called “Sponsored Stories” that basically told your friends what you were doing in the form of an add. Watch out co-workers!” The case, Angel Fraley et al.,
    [Feedly] HOW TO: Guide to Performing Website Audits
    Submitting RSS feeds to the sitemap will also carry a lot of SEO value since Google and Bing love RSS feeds. Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Harrison Jones. Onsite optimization of websites is the most important factor in ranking better in search engine results. You can build all the links you want, but if your website isn’t optimized, Googlebot won’t be able to crawl the site properly. Canonicalization and URL Structure. Geo Redirects.
    [Feedly] 5 Facebook Posts That Need To Stop
    I interrupt my regularly scheduled programming, to bring you this message in hopes that I can assist in cleaning up our Facebook feeds from unnecessary and often over done posts. Take it easy on our news feeds will ya? Yes, we all choose our Facebook friends and thus are responsible for what we see, but I can’t help but point out a few things that…let’s be honest, deep down we all want to see less of right? Not to mention with their new larger photo previews on the timeline, the last thing I want to see is a closeup of your mangled foot disease. Social Media
    [Feedly] Social Networking Stats: Millennials Are 56% More Likely To Find Brand Content On Social Networks
    The average millennial checks their smartphone about 45 times a day, and is 56% more likely to find brand content on social networks than on search engines or other online news feeds, according to SDL’s global study. Millennials crave customized content: From social networks to news feeds and music streams, millennials prefer content that can be adjusted to fit their taste. The #RLTM Scoreboard: Social Networking Stats for the Week. Facebook: 1.23 billion monthly active users. via Facebook. YouTube. over 1 billion monthly unique users. via YouTube. via VentureBeat.
    [Feedly] How to Create a Latest Posts Portfolio Page with WP RSS Aggregator
    This plugin allows you to combine multiple RSS feeds and publish them on one single page using a piece of shortcode. To set up your latest posts portfolio page, you will use Add New Feed Source to add each of your author-specific RSS feeds from each site you contribute to. Once you have added all of your feeds, you will create a new page on your WordPress website and add in the WP RSS Aggregator shortcode where you want your latest posts to be displayed. When you get to your author page, look for an RSS feed link. A final note on author RSS feeds.
    [Feedly] Five Simple Rules for Better Tweeting [Infographic]
    Often times reading Twitter feeds can seem almost post-apocalyptic. You scroll through your feed and you see nothing redeeming. A vast wasteland of nothing. Fun fact, we used to refer to the World Wide Web with the same disdain. It essentially was the wild, wild, west where anything goes and anything went. Some think that’s no longer the case. never fear, there’s always Twitter. Twitter has, for quite some time, completely supplanted the title of THE place where anything and everything can be said in an uber public setting. But I digress. Where does that come from?
    [Feedly] Use Photos to Stand Out in the Facebook News Feed
    To really draw attention to this step-by-step tutorial and stand out in my fans’ news feeds only requires a little extra thought and attention to detail. Take the main image that you would like to show up in the News Feed and break it up into two or three parts using a photo editor. The album cover will always appear in the furthest left-hand corner when you publish an album to the news feed. To have the most impact on the News Feed, you’d want to make sure that the album cover shows the image titled “Step 10.” A picture is worth a thousand words, right?
    [Feedly] Social Media Isn’t About The Numbers! Or Is It?
    To be honest, I love that LinkedIn is now feeding me articles that are popular with those that I connect with. 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. They use numbers like “friends”, “followers” and…ewww…”Klout” to determine whether they are doing social right. Heaven knows that it doesn’t tell you whether you’re engaging in social media properly. Maybe. Maybe not.
    [Feedly] Gary Vaynerchuk Treats People Like Goldfish
    If youre new here or just an old friend, Id love it if you subscribed via RSS feed. I bet if you were just cruising through your tweets or feeds, this probably caught your eye huh? If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the feed to receive future articles delivered to your feed reader. Thanks for taking time out of your day to come hang out here! You might be thinking that I’m just trying to create a catchy title to get you to stop on by, right? Well, if that’s what you thought then you’re partially correct.
    [Feedly] What is your Reach on Facebook? (Any why you shouldn’t care)
    Organic reach is the number of unique people, fans or non-fans, who saw any content about your Page in their News Feed, Ticker or on your Page. A client contacted me this morning, upset because her “reach” seems to be seriously declining on Facebook. For some reason Facebook chooses Reach to be the metric graphed on the insights page, and it’s little understood, so here’s the long and the short of it. Here’s how Facebook defines reach. People might see your content through more than one of these channels. So let’s say you run some “story” ads. How bogus is that? Why am I suspicious?
    [Feedly] How to Gain Productivity
    There were dozens of blog posts on my Feedly reading list. They had accumulated over the past few weeks and I’d only read a handful of them. While I could have kept reading at a snail’s pace, I decided to mark them all as read and to start fresh the next time I open the program. I already feel accomplished. There are many best practices and guidelines to gain productivity — but the best is to declutter. If there are things that are pushing you down, remove the obstacles and you will rise up. Savor the weightlessness. Productivity
    [Feedly] How I Use Triberr
    I use a custom RSS feed. Triberr was actually my motivation to create a customized RSS feed for my writing, which has come in quite handy on other sites that allow you to have RSS feed sharing, including my LinkedIn profile ‘s WordPress app and Dooid profile to name just a few. Since I write more for other sites than I usually do on my own, and I typically don’t want every post on my site shared with my tribes, the only solution was a customized RSS feed where I could just choose which posts I wanted to share on Triberr and other networks. Related Posts.
    [Feedly] [Infographic] Facebook Is NOT The Largest Online Social Network, Email Still Rules!
    And your inbox is more successful at managing text and multimedia better than the Facebook timeline, Twitter feed, RSS subscriptions and Google+ feed combined. Contrary to popular belief, Facebook is NOT the largest social network on the planet. That honor still goes to email. Think about it, your email contacts are like your Facebook friends, LinkedIn contacts, and Twitter followers all rolled into one. With email, we send more than 188 billion messages every day, where Facebook and Twitter combined only traffic 200 million messages. Is email used to discuss common interests?
    [Feedly] YouTube Tuesday: “Just Go With It” Facebook Trailer
    The entire spot has a Facebook theme – opening with a “Like&# button and telling the story of the film via the Facebook news feed and status updates. This week’s video is a trailer for Adam Sandler’s upcoming film Just Go With It. It’s pretty clever. Video URL: [link] ].
    [Feedly] Should you start a Google+ page for your business?
    The only way to know if your page has new comments is to browse the feed for the page. I dutifully added the circle to my feed and now the feed is clogged up with an incredible amount of direct advertisements. All my clients are asking and it’s a tough question for many. For most small businesses I’m saying no, wait a bit. There are so many things business page can’t do yet. For example: A page can’t follow you until you follow it first or mention it in a post. Hangouts don’t work on a mobile device for pages. Apply here. Great. Warning. Zagat.
    [Feedly] How To Create Offers On Facebook
    The users who have liked your page then see the offer in their news feed. When a user has claimed an Offer, a story will be published in their friends’ news feed and possibly also on their timeline or as a sponsored story, depending on the user’s settings. The offers therefore normally spread through the users’ news feed as they are being claimed. If you wish to promote your offer beyond the news feed, you can choose to run an Ad or a Sponsored Story. Tweet By the end of February 2012, Facebook announced that they launched a new feature called Offers.
    [Feedly] The Washington Post Social Reader on Facebook: Good First Impression, Good User Experience
    There are also attribution links to the original articles (although those links point to redirected feed URLs): I like seeing what friends have read too: Reporting friend activity gets overdone in social media, but in this particular app it did successfully get my attention. Based on first impressions, I have to say I like The Washington Post’s Social Reader on Facebook. It offers a clean, simple user experience – big and open with lots of white space (in fact too big to capture well in a screenshot): (click to enlarge). And being able to read the articles right in the app is a big plus.
    [Feedly] Facebook Unveils the Most Powerful Social Ads of All Time
    Facebook has just integrated Page Post link ads into the News Feed, and the result is the most precisely targeted social advertising the marketing world has ever seen. It’s a no-brainer that Facebook ads that appear in the News Feed, such as Sponsored Stories, are much more effective than typical display ads. In these ads, marketers can share links to vibrant video, text, and photo content in the one place over a billion people check regularly—their News Feeds. And now marketers can target these social ads based on a user’s browsing and search activity.
    [Feedly] Instagram Launches Instagram Stories: What They Are, How They Work and How Brands Can Use Them
    Content shared to stories also won’t appear on your profile grid or in the main Instagram feed. Instagram Stories appear in a bar at the top of your feed — and all Instagram accounts will be able to share stories, from your best friends to your favorite popular accounts. Many of the platform’s 300 million daily users see the Instagram feed as a precious place for only their best content. Instagram Stories provide a way for brands and individuals to post more without overwhelming people’s feeds. What might this mean for marketers (and for social media)?
    [Feedly] 2012 Round-Up Of My Social Media Cartoons And Comics
    I hope you have enjoyed the social media humor and I’ll be continuing with my comics and cartoons throughout 2013 so check back or use the form on my home page to subscribe to my RSS feed and have them delivered to your Inbox. It’s that time again, time to bring all of my 2012 social media comic strips, cartoons and humorous graphics into one single post. If you haven’t already, also be sure to check out my roundup of social media comics and cartoons that I created in 2011. Cheers! Bloggers: Would You Rather Be First Or Right? Or Is It? Are You A Social Media Channel Changer?
    [Feedly] The Technology Part to Your Content Marketing Plan
    Feedly. Feedly is probably the most popular tool for aggregating RSS feeds. You can add blogs and websites that are most relevant to your industry/business and create a feed of content to help you get inspired and find great ideas for your own content. Feedly also allows you to organize your feeds into categories, e.g. social media blogs, marketing technology blogs, etc. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that content marketing is now a predominant force in the world of business. improve your brand reputation. Quora. Reddit. Kapost.
    [Feedly] Google: Watermarks in Google Shopping Images Violates Guidelines
    A merchant who participates in Google Shopping has received a warning from Google that the images they are using in their Google Shopping feed violate their guidelines because watermarks are included. link] Merchant promotional text on image(feed) Full Face Cushion for Zzz-Mask SG Full Face CPAP Mask – Small (ID:ABC). link] Merchant promotional text on image(feed) Comfort Series Nasal Mask Split Washer Kit (5 pack) (ID:ABC). In the warning message, Google provides specific examples of the inappropriate images, and I have posted one of the images above.
    [Feedly] Identifying, Understanding and Influencing Social Media Users [Infographic]
    Overall, the report talks about how important it is to reach fans with relevant and engaging content in their News Feed, since their interaction with the content makes your message spread to their friends. Tweet In my last blog post , I wrote about a recent report focusing on how social marketing is more than just ranking up a bunch of likes! Further, several cases (respectively based on both earned and paid media) were included in the report in order to demonstrate how successful management of a community contributes to the brand increasing its sales figures. Social media personas.
  • JANET FOUTS  |  MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2011
    [Feedly] What does a latte have to do with a blue key?
    Nope, but there are places you could feed a person for a day or two on what you spend on designer coffee every morning. For the price of a grande extra-foam half-caf non-fat hazelnut latte you could change lives. Really. Five bucks can help the UNHCR support refugees around the world. You think they get lattes in a refugee camp? The Blue Key Community is a growing contingent of Americans to support over 6,000 UNHCR staffers working with refugees around the world to find them shelter, food and the care they need to survive and have hope for a brighter future. Quick Facts:43.3
    [Feedly] Instagram Stories VS. Snapchat Stories: What It Means for Marketers
    Because they disappear after 24 hours (and don’t appear on your profile or in your feed), Instagram stories enable you to post experimental content, and then, if that content works well, roll it out on your “regular” Instagram profiles and other social accounts. Stories from Followed Accounts Appear at the Top of User Feeds. This means it is time to aggressively increase your follower count, so that you can be top of feed and mind on as many user feeds as possible. Wow, that came out creepy. Creepy, but true. According to Snapchat’s website,
    [Feedly] 37 of the Best Facebook Page Apps for Brand Marketing
    HootSuite simplifies posting and scheduling Facebook updates, adding images, monitoring feeds, and more. RSS Graffiti automatically publishes your blog RSS feeds on your Facebook Page. One of the easiest ways to use your Facebook page to its fullest potential for social media marketing is to employ third-party Facebook applications. . Doing so makes your page significantly more appealing to your audience and improves user experience. Facebook page customization can dramatically increase your visibility, improve your branding, and create more leads and sales. Facebook App Suites.
  • SOCMED SEAN  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013
    [Feedly] PLEASE Don’t Visit My Google+ Page! Here’s Why.
    So Google can publish stats all they want, but until I see an active feed like Facebook and Twitter… I just don’t believe it. On my personal profile, you’ll get the same social media insights and analysis that you’d expect from my Twitter feed, Facebook page and LinkedIn profile. No, this isn’t another one of those anti-Google+ posts and no…it isn’t one of those reverse psychology attempts to actually trick you into visiting my Google+ page. In fact, I really don’t want you to visit my Google+ page and I have a good reason for it.
    [Feedly] New Home for The Engaging Brand
    If you subscribe via the RSS feed then can you change it to feed:// The new site can be found at As really value our conversations! Any problems just let me know at See you over there
    [Feedly] 4 Ways to Make Sure You Always Have Something to Say Online
    Tools like Google Alerts and Yahoo Alerts monitor the web for you and alert you, by email or through RSS news feeds (see below), every time a new piece of information relating to your keywords is posted to the web. Using RSS (Rich Site Summary, or sometimes Really Simple Syndication) news feeds assemble feeds from different sources, including Google and Yahoo Alerts, into one place so you can scan all of them at once to find items of interest. What can I post that is topical, interesting and valuable? But that’s like hopping into a car and expecting to drive forever.
    [Feedly] Think Like Zuck: 5 Business Success Secrets from the Great Leaders of Our Time
    All of its most important innovations, such as the Wall, the News Feed, photo tagging and Groups, have come out of this sense of purpose. At the age of 28, Mark Zuckerberg is the world’s 29-richest person and his company Facebook has over one billion users worldwide, only eight years after it was set up. Yet Zuckerberg “never wanted to run a company,” he said. “To me a business is a good vehicle for getting stuff done.” Below are just some of the insights. Passion and Purpose. What’s the difference between Passion and Purpose?
    [Feedly] 8 Tools to Curate Content for Social Media
    Feedly: With the help of Feedly, you can manage all your RSS feeds in one place. Feedly is basically an RSS aggregator. Tell feedly to curate content from your favorite publications, blogs, Youtube channels, alerts, podcasts etc. Content curation describes the act of searching the web for awesome topics, blogs, quotes, news articles, videos, images, or other forms of content to share with your audience. The “art” of content curation, as I like to call it, is a lot more challenging than it may seem. If you’re a marketer, you would already know this fact.
    [Feedly] How to Create the Perfect #LinkedIn Profile #infographic
    Share news and information with your network through the activity feed. It all comes back to you LinkedIn profile. It doesnt matter how much activity you have on the LinkedIn network or connections you have. If you don’t have an optimized LinkedIn Profile then you are going to miss out on opportunities. In infographic from Link Humans they cover some of the top ways to build the perfect LinkedIn profile. Here’s some highlights: Start with a picture; people buy from people and a professional LinkedIn profile picture will help esablish trust.
    [Feedly] 20 Ways to Cultivate Brand Unawareness in Social Media
    Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Brad Shorr. Many businesses use social media to promote brand awareness, and it can be quite effective. Because social media is largely personality-driven, a savvy entrepreneur can level the playing field against much larger competitors and establish his company as a widely recognized, credible source. Here are 20 social media marketing errors that send people running, that make them tune you and your company out.
    [Feedly] Will SEO Exist in 2015?
    Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Brad Shorr. SEO used to be a self-standing marketing discipline, having a well defined, generally accepted set of activities and objectives. No more. Today, SEO is much more intertwined with other marketing activities, making it difficult to know where SEO ends and where social media, for example, begins. Taking all of this into account, I’m really beginning to wonder if SEO as we know it will be around in 2015.
  • FIREBELLY  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2012
    [Feedly] It’s Not Your Facebook Page, It’s You (That’s The Problem)
    If people don’t like what you’re sharing on your Facebook page, they’ll un-Like you, hide your content from their News Feed and/or never engage. The less they engage, the even less visible you will be in the News Feed (thanks to the EdgeRank algorithm ). I hear it a lot. “We had/have a Facebook page, but it didn’t/doesn’t do anything.” ” If you’re thinking this right now about your brand’s Facebook page, forgive me for being the bearer of bad news, but your Facebook page is not going to do anything. Promote your page.
    [Feedly] The New Model: How Google+ “Gets” Content
    Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Joel Harrison. The way content is shared today changes online marketing, putting content to the forefront of what users, companies, brands and products are about. Google+ has just won the People’s Choice award for social media at The Webby Awards presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. This may come as a surprise, since Google+ isn’t as popular as was first expected. The Old Model.
    [Feedly] Micro Persuasion: Three Little Tips for Capturing Info Bits Quickly
    You can star items and even subscribe to either your history or these bookmarks as a feed. Annotate Bookmarks and Feeds with a Private Friendfeed Room. The second way to use this is to start importing RSS feeds into a private room. They offer bookmarklets and other tools for easy flagging, a personalized RSS feed as well as mobile versions that strip down the articles down to just text for low-bandwidth reading on the go. You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. Blog RSS Feed. Comment Feed. Enjoy! Thanks.
    [Feedly] 15 Posts on How Facebook Changes May Affect Brands
    Facebook News Feed & Other Changes: Good For Brands. 5 ways brands can battle Facebook News Feed changes. Does Facebook’s News Feed Punish Advertisers (Yet)? What Facebook’s New News Feed Means for Your Marketing Efforts. Facebook rolled out a lot of changes last week. These changes have dominated the headlines – both online and off. Some users love the new Timeline. Some users hate it. Our designer, Jake Hamilton, shared his opinion in his blog post Facebook Timeline: First Impressions. Below are 15 articles that I found helpful. I hope you do too.
    [Feedly] Clickbait: Information overload! How can brands cut-through all the noise?
    In 2014 Facebook took steps to try and crack down on those gaming this ranking using clickbait, and in February this year it introduced an update based not just on what users engaged with in their feed, but what they wanted to see. Last month Instagram followed suit and announced it would alter user’s feeds to optimise the content users “care about the most”, and Twitter has also adopted a similar change (although users can opt-out and revert back to the chronological feed). You won’t believe the hidden message in this blog post! Platform crackdown. Learn and adapt.
    [Feedly] Looking Back on the Year of the Panda: Google Algorithm Changes
    Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This last year Google brought a large number of algorithm changes to the table. Although these changes helped increase traffic and rankings to many large corporations such as YouTube and eBay, it hurt a large majority of small businesses. According to Search Engine Land , some domains saw a 94% loss in visibility, and others were left picking up the pieces after they lost 80% of their keyword positions. labeled 2.51, 2.5.2, and 2.5.3)
    [Feedly] Companies Invest More in Social Media Marketing in 2014
    This seems to be because these ads are less conspicuous and take up less space on your Twitter feed as well as the Twitter homepage. Last year, Forbes contributor Jayson DeMers wrote a list of predictions for social media trends that would rule this year. One of the most accurate was his prediction that social media marketing would continue to skyrocket, forcing companies who were holdouts in the social media arena to finally buy in. Social media marketing is undoubtedly the new wave of marketing. Facebook implemented its promoted posts in 2012. Photo Source). Related articles.
    [Feedly] How To Monitor Your Three Essential Internet Marketing Strategies
    Get my Internet Marketing newsletter , buy my book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web , and subscribe to the Techipedia RSS feed. This is a guest post by Andy Havard. Internet marketing strategies vary depending on the nature of the blog, brand, or business and alter with accordance to their physical and digital size and their particular niche. When it comes to marketing any organization, product, or service on the web, there tends to be three essential ways of doing so: Dominating social media platforms. Utilizing Internet video. Driving traffic to websites. Summary.
    [Feedly] The New Dilemma: Social Media Exposes Us to Too Much, Too Often
    The introduction of social feeds by Facebook, Twitter and other social networks changed the way that people discovered content. We are consuming more and more content from our social feeds. This is a guest post by Jason Butlion. The way that we explore and discover content on the Internet has drastically changed in the last decade. The first major step forward was with Google which organized the Internet so that anyone could run accurate searches on specific topics they found interesting. The next evolution in content discovery came with the social revolution.
    [Feedly] The New 'Send' Button From Facebook - Social Media
    Thus if you do not want a particular information to feature on your network's feed and if you do not want that the whole network of your friends view it then this is an incredible facility. In such cases when you share the entire post with everyone it may start making people turn a blind eye towards your feeds as they are not relevant material to them. With the result people may start to 'hide' your feed on their home page. Very recently Facebook has introduced a new social plugin, the 'Send' button. It may not be general interest to all persons.
    [Feedly] Crime Doesn’t Pay, Especially When You Confess Via Social Media
    In the latest screw-up, a robber created an Instagram feed with the phone he stole from a victim, only to then be identified as the thief. Idiot crooks make me giggle and the news seems to be filled with criminals who insist on confession to the crimes they commit …even if they do so unintentionally via a social media channel like Twitter or Facebook. If you haven’t read it already, be sure to check out @AmyLynnStewart’s great post about losing her phone, only to have a cabbie steal it and post photos on Google+. The photos are a bit on the creepy side. Cheers!
    [Feedly] How to Use Twitter Cards in Social Media Marketing
    They add a few lines of HTML metadata to blog posts and other thought leadership content that enable brands to stand out from the pack in Twitter feeds that are full of text. Twitter Cards enable publishers to attach media experiences to tweets — beyond the 140-character limit. They can help you drive website traffic, introduce new products and services, share rich content such as videos, and improve engagement. Bypassing the character limit also helps increase conversion rates. I’ll be chatting at [link] in a minute! Follow her on Twitter at @pamdyer.
    [Feedly] The Many Faces of Facebook Ads
    These ads appear on the right-hand column of Facebook user pages and have evolved over the years to look similar to the ads that appear in the News Feed. They are bigger in size than the News Feed ads, which on the one hand gives them a spotlight of their own and on the other makes them look like clear adverts. News Feed ads. News Feed ads are called so because they appear in the News Feeds of the targeted users, unlike right-hand column ads that appear on the right side of the page. Instagram ads appear as sponsored posts in the feeds of the users.
    [Feedly] Can Good Social Media Customer Service Help You Grow Your Brand?
    Brand Promotion: Using a site like Facebook as an example, any action taken by a member of your network will be made available to their entire network via the News Feed. This week we welcome guest blogger is Stanna Johnson from Qwaya. Stan is an online writer and a social media enthusiast who loves to write about the latest social media trends. Feel free to leave any questions or feedback about the article in the comments section below and Stan will check back to follow up. Every business operating has one thing in common. They all need customers. Remember that word “social”?
    [Feedly] 10+ Ways To Use B2B Social Media In Your Business
    Have feeds from Facebook and Twitter, an RSS feed from your blog, current YouTube videos, a Google News RSS feed for your company news and press releases, etc. Then, create an automated search feed for these keywords on Twitter to identify conversations people are having using these keywords. Social media should be an integral component of everything your B2B organization does including marketing, customer service, sales, and product development. It’s surprising how many B2B companies still overlook this key task. Eleven Different Ways to Integrate B2B Social Media.
    [Feedly] 7 Warning Signs That Your Blog Needs Better Social Media Management
    Your social media feeds are deserted. There are so many social media pages for blog that fit into one of the following categories: Feeds are empty – all that exists is the name and the last post was two years ago, even though the blog is still active. When you’ve identified a few related (or competing) blogs that share great content, add them to Feedly so you can see when they publish new posts. There is no one way to do social media right, but there are a million ways to get it wrong. Start with a good fresh strategy for 2016. or your fans are fakes. Boring!
    [Feedly] Linkedin Update: Linkedin Products & Services Page To Be Removed
    The two-column feed design highlights the most relevant content. Yes, that’s right. On April 14 Linkedin Products & Services Tab will be removed from LinkedIn Company Pages! Until then, you can edit existing products and services, but you will not be able to add new products and services. So, on April 14 : Your LinkedIn Products & Services pages will go away (disappear). Deep links (URLs that lead directly to those pages) will no longer function. Customer Recommendations on those pages will be lost *See TIP below… . Showcase Pages. See screenshot below). PNG, JPEG, or GIF.
  • JON LOOMER  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015
    [Feedly] Master Guide: All Facebook Image Dimensions and Ad Specs [2015]
    Display specs — how it will appear — for news feed, right column and mobile. Success on Facebook has become an increasingly difficult thing — particularly for those not equipped with the proper resources. Bad design — whether of your page, posts or ads — can spell failure before you even hit “publish.” ” That’s why I had this master guide of all Facebook image dimensions and ad specs put together. This is actually the third of its kind that I’ve had created. Facebook changes so quickly that I need to create a new one every year!
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