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CREATIVE RAMBLINGS [Feedly] This week in social media (December 17-21, 2012)
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2012
Facebook Facebook updates Messaging system, tests optional paid delivery (Examiner.com) New Features to Mobile App Install Ads (Facebook Developer Blog) Autoplay Video Ads Reportedly Coming To Facebook’s News Feed (AllFacebook) Facebook Launches Collections Test, Part II (AllFacebook) Facebook Pauses Mobile Ad Network Tests (AllFacebook) [.] In social media, there is never a dull moment! Check out the list of headlines below. This week in social media (December 17-21, 2012) was written by Cendrine Marrouat for her social media blog, Creative Ramblings.
YMARKETINGMATTERS [Feedly] 10 Easy Tips to Build Your Fan Base on Facebook & Twitter
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
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
AKAMAI MARKETING [Feedly] Moderating Comments and Managing Online Communities
| TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013
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BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] A Few Hard-Won Lessons on Being Self Employed
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2013
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BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] How Do You Afford To Start A Business?
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2012
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CREATIVE RAMBLINGS [Feedly] This week in social media (March 18-22, 2013)
| SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2013
Facebook Facebook releases new targeting tool for marketers (Examiner.com) Facebook Pushes Privacy Education For Updated News Feed Users (AllFacebook) Facebook Hires Co-Founders Of Trustworthiness Verification Startup Legit (TechCrunch) Akimbo Card Deals Out New Ways To Send Money Via [.]. In social media, there is never a dull moment! Check out the list of headlines for March 4-8, 2013. Facebook Google LinkedIn News Pinterest Social Media Twitter WordPress social media headlines
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] Why Professional Martyrdom Is A Shitty Career Strategy And How To Fix It
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2013
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- [Feedly] EdgeRank Of Facebook Just Got UpDated - Social Media
Facebook has just Announced: That now there will be an even better way to go about the News Feeds. much better way to surface older stories onto your News Feed. An update to the News Feed ranking Algorithm. This means that the Organic stories that people did not scroll down far enough to see can reappear near the top of News Feed if the stories are still getting lots of likes and comments. This means that if many people have Interacted with your Post then the same Post will surface on top of News Feeds. This is incorrect. This is good news.
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] The Best Kept Secret in Community Building
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2013
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BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] The Audacity of Accountability
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2012
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GAURAVONOMICS [Feedly] By: Gaurav Mishra
| SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2011
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BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] You Don’t Always Need To Say It
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2013
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GREG VERDINO [Feedly] Strategy Is Change
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2013
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GRANDMA MARY SHOW [Feedly] How to Unfriend, Unlike and Block in Facebook
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2010
You can also hide applications in your News Feed using these same techniques. Start fresh and love your Facebook News Feed again! It’s time to clean your Facebook house! Get rid of those Friends who you don’t really like anyway, Unlike those Facebook Pages (but not Grandma!) and block the ex-boyfriends. But while you are cleaning house, take a look at the Facebook Applications that have access to your information and clean those out too. You can see how to do that in this post: How to Stop Playing Farmville. But don’t hide Grandma ! Facebook
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] Why You Need to Contradict Yourself
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2012
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PAMORAMA [Feedly] Create “Perfect” Posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ [Infographic]
| SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 2013
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- [Feedly] Tips For Dealing With Information Overload
Andy Baio , Waxy.org: Â«In Google Reader, I separate feeds into “mustread, “maybe, and “everything else piles with tags, so that I make sure I don’t miss my essential reads. Similarly, while it can be popular to sign up to every RSS feed under the sun, it makes sense to only select the very best ones that repeatedly have good content. read e-mail, feeds, Twitter and FriendFeed first thing in the morning, just after feeding the dog. :-) Hitting each spot every few hours throughout the day means that work doesn’t pile up. Wikipedia.
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] The Real Social Consulting Problem
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2012
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FIFTH GEAR ANALYTICS [Feedly] Close the Door. Your Existing Customers are Running Out to Your Competitors.
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011
And, therefore, many of us are focused on finding and acquiring new customers to feed the never ending search for growth That draft that you feel may be caused by your existing customers running out the back door to your competitors while you focus on acquiring new customers. Even in this challenging economy, companies are looking to grow the business.
PAMORAMA [Feedly] Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 2010
Atom : Web feeds are used by the blogging community to share recent entries’ headlines, full text, and even attached multimedia files. These providers allow other Web sites to incorporate the blog’s “syndicated headline or headline-and-short-summary feeds under various usage agreements. Collecta : Collecta is a real-time search engine that includes results from from blogs, microblogs, news feeds, and photo sharing services as they are published. Web feeds benefit publishers by letting them syndicate content automatically. But never fear! Web 2.0
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] Salespeople, I Can’t Believe We’re Still Talking About This
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2013
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MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] What Happens When Facebook Fans Engage With You [infographic]
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
This means, that in the infographic, we get to see how a “Like from a fan moves to the person’s news feed, which then becomes visible to the friends of this person. On our blog yesterday, we wrote about how to increase your news feed ranking on Facebook , where we spoke about EdgeRank. Similar Posts: How to Improve Your News Feed Ranking on Facebook. Tweet. Looking for social media news, I stumbled across this infographic named “The Anatomy of a Fan , designed by MoonToast , a social commerce platform. The Fan Engagement Spectrum.
SOCIALFISH [Feedly] BREAKING: Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013
I was testing feedly recently, and I hate it, and I just realized it syncs with Google Reader anyway so I’m SOL. From the Official Google Blog : We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites. While the product has a loyal following, over the years usage has declined. So, on July 1, 2013, we will retire Google Reader. Users and developers interested in RSS alternatives can export their data, including their subscriptions, with Google Takeout over the course of the next four months. photo credit ).
MY CREATIVE TEAM THINKING [Feedly] Using Paper.li As Part Of A Content Marketing Strategy
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2013
is that you can utilize hashtags, your Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Google+ feeds and RSS feeds as sources for your paper. Don’t forget to add your own blog feed! 'Tamela Rich noticed recently that I was publishing several paper.li papers, including The Fortune 500 Daily , The Creativity Times , and The Social Media Daily. You are subscribed to them, right? If If you don’t know about paper.li, then you need to go here to learn more about the service. Anyway, Tamela said she had been wondering if that approach was right for her content marketing efforts. Paper.li
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] You Always Have a Marketable Skill
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2013
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BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] Why You Need To Be Daring Greatly
| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2012
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DANNY BROWN [Feedly] Is Klout Using Our Family to Violate Our Privacy?
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2011
pointed her to the response from Megan Berry , Klout’s marketing manager, where she says if we don’t want to be tracked, then to make our social feeds private. Even though I feel having to make your social feeds private to stop any service from accessing it is commercial suicide, especially for a business whose primary custom is online, at least there was an option to stop Klout from grabbing your information. First, apologies to anyone suffering Klout burnout here – but sometimes a topic has more than just a simple viewpoint. Just like Megan advises.
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] Looking for a Job As a Social Business Professional?
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012
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WWW.READWRITEWEB.COM [Feedly] Top Topic Trackers (Updated List)
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 2010
Feed and/or Email Services. We think this type of topic feed tool is the most flexible, particularly when it outputs RSS. With RSS feed output, you can do further filtering or grouping of the feeds inside an RSS reader like Google Reader or Netvibes. There are many other such services, so the following is just a sample: Delicious feeds. Google Fast-Flip feeds. Last week we listed and categorized some of the leading topic-tracking tools on the Web. So in this post we present an updated list of topic tracking tools for you to explore. Sponsor. PubSub.
SOCMED SEAN [Feedly] [Infographic] Facebook Is NOT The Largest Online Social Network, Email Still Rules!
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2011
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] 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. work as Freelance Social Media Network Online Professional. My Business Page is on Facebook at: [link] pervarakapadia Do join me
GRANDMA MARY SHOW [Feedly] How and Why to Like Other Facebook Pages as Your Page
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011
You get a special News Feed of just the Pages that your Page has liked when you click Home when you are logged in as your Page. The News feed will really help you keep track of all the Pages that you want to see and separate them out from your personal News Feed. With all the Facebook changes lately it’s easy to get confused. My head is spinning. Now, you can Like another Page as your Facebook Page and comment on their Page as your Page. And Like a comment on a Page as your Page. So much Liking to do and so little time! Haven’t I already Liked them once?
DANNY BROWN [Feedly] 27 Highly Recommended WordPress PlugIns As Used on Here
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012
This one is more cosmetic, as it’s a plugin that works on your RSS feed (this is where subscribers can read your blog). What I like about Align RSS Images is that it keeps the image formatting used on your blog post in the RSS feed, as opposed to losing the alignment like normal RSS feeds. Fix RSS Feeds. One of the possible dangers of changing designs or web hosts is it can mess up your blog’s RSS feed, and your subscribers aren’t aware of new posts. So, here they are. afterRead. Akismet. Align RSS Images. BackupBuddy. Clicky for WordPress.
BRASS TACK THINKING [Feedly] Stay Tacky, My Friends.
| TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013
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MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] EdgeRank Is Still Valid According to Study
| FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2012
However, the algorithm EdgeRank seems to be a very good starting point for understanding the secret deciding what gets the highest ranking in your fans’ and their friends’ news feed. To sum up for those of you who don’t breath EdgeRank through the office air everyday: Time : The newer the post, the better the visibility in the news feed. More interestingly, Questions also attract a high level of engagement and thereby a high ranking in the news feed, despite only acquiring a simple cast of vote and occasionally writing an alternative option. The EdgeRank model. The results.
- [Feedly] Learning 2.0 - The Things
Week 4: RSS & Newsreaders Learn about RSS feeds and setup your own Bloglines newsreader account. Locate a few useful library related blogs and/or news feeds. RSS Feed. Welcome to the original Learning 2.0 Program. This site was created to support PLCMCs Learning 2.0 Program; a discovery learning program designed to encourage staff to explore new technologies and reward them for doing 23 Things. Since the programs launched, it has fostered Learning 2.0 programs all over the world. 23 Things. 23 Learning 2.0 Week 2: Blogging Set up your own blog & add your first post.
TWITIP [Feedly] How to Turn Your Twitter Profile Page into an SEO Masterpiece
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2010
Burn Baby Burn… Burn Your Twitter feed: Why would you want to use an RSS feed for Twitter? Well, by using RSS, people can subscribe to your posts (and in this case Tweets) and get instant feeds sent to them. Just like a blogger would use RSS feeds to increase their popularity with search engines and help draw traffic to their blogs, you can use RSS feeds to do the same for your Twitter account. Next, in a different window open up your Twitter account and scroll down to the middle of your Twitter page and click on the RSS feed icon. Thanks for the info.
MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] How to Adjust to Facebook’s Changes in the EdgeRank Algorithm
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2012
In response to an e-mail from EdgeRank Cracker , a Facebook Ad Rep wrote: “We’re continually optimizing News Feed to ensure the most relevant experience for our users. But instead of spending time joining the “complain about Facebook” discussions , why not focus on how to make sure that your posts actually appear in the optimal amount of your fans’ News Feeds? According to the Facebook Ad Rep: “Posts that are more likely to be engaging tend to appear higher in feed. Have you already observed a decrease in your Facebook page’s reach? You probably have. price of $7.
QUICK ONLINE TIPS [Feedly] Download Facebook Home: Buy HTC First Facebook Phones
| THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2013
Facebook Home Cover Feed. The Facebook Home introduces the Cover feed, a new screen which replaces your phone home screen and lock screen! 'Starting April 12, buy HTC First Facebook Phones or download Facebook Home , a new Facebook Android app which will take over your Android smartphone and get Facebook as your front page, for better social connections with your Facebook friends. So finally Facebook phones turned out to be bigger than just phones with dedicated Facebook buttons. See how you new mobile home screen might look like in the image on the right. All Rights Reserved.
GREG VERDINO [Feedly] Ohio Library Council 2013 Keynote: Face-2-Facebook
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013
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JASON YORMARK [Feedly] 5 Facebook Posts That Need To Stop
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2012
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
JANET FOUTS [Feedly] Social Media Efficiency
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
heard this on Sunday and so just for fun I filtered every one of the newsletters and rss feeds that I never even bother to scan into a mailbox. RSS Feeds. If you are using social media for marketing then you don’t want to bury people with information all at once but feed it little by little in useful quantities. will also use it to send content out to my network over a period of time so when I read my RSS feeds every day I don’t just dump a dozen feeds on my network but spread it out over the day. Great question isn’t it? Email. Automate.
GEMMA WENT [Feedly] Which are the top tools and apps: The results « The Cube
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010
Other options include Twitter Feeds, Posterous , Linked In , Ping.fm , Netvibes , Sharepoint , Google Docs and Echofon. Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe Which are the top tools and apps: The results 27/09/2010 by Gemma Went A couple of weeks ago I started a survey to find out which business tools and apps you guys can’t live without. I’m delighted with the results. 80 people responded (you have no idea how long it took to get the final 1, I was never going to be satisfied with 79) and the feedback was great. clout.
- [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.
PAUL GILLIN [Feedly] Content Curation on Steroids
| THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010
Keyword filtering has all kinds of shortcoming and RSS feeds are little better than headline services. All of a sudden, “ curation ” is one of the hottest words in the Web 2.0 world. That’s because it’s an idea that addresses a problem humans have never confronted before: too much information. In the process, it’s creating some compelling new ways to derive value from content. Content curation is about filtering the stuff that people really need from out of all the noise around it. The problem with curation is that it’s labor-intensive. More wheat, less chaff. Shhhhh!
- [Feedly] Reinventing Invention: Online Only Video: The New Yorker
Feeds. RSS Feeds. RSS Feeds. Skip to content. Subscribe to The New Yorker. SUBSCRIBE FOR JUST 85¢ AN ISSUE. Give a gift. Renew your Subscription. Subscription Questions. Reporting & Essays. Arts & Culture. Humor. Fiction & Poetry. The Talk of The Town. Online Only. Subscribe. About Us. Archive. Store. The New Yorker. Online Only. Conference Video. Reinventing Invention. May 12, 2008. Malcolm Gladwell on the challenge of hiring in the modern world. From “Stories from the Near Future, the 2008 New Yorker Conference. Print. Share: Digg. facebook.
KIKOLANI [Feedly] Getting Overwhelmed? Get Organized!
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2010
The latest News Feed can be confusing if you are friends with a lot of people but only want to really keep an eye on certain people. Once you have added friends that you want to follow, you can simply view your custom list in the News Feed, hiding all of the updates by those who you have befriended but don’t necessarily want to follow closely. Hide people or apps that annoy you in the News Feed by hovering over the item and clicking Hide and selecting your preference. Unsubscribe from feeds that you recognize you are not benefiting from. Twitter Lists.
SMTHREE [Feedly] What makes great social media content?
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2010
So, how do you find, develop and (buzzword alert) curate content that will feed into the passions of your followers? How does your product or service feed into the feeling of hope? Social media compounds the problem by demanding constant care and feeding. Recently, I had lunch with my friend Jim Farley. Jim is the visionary behind America’s best All News radio station – WTOP. He has not only created an engaging media outlet, he continually expands his reach into digital, social and mobile platforms. Thomas Aquinas. The levels of passion we experience are varied.
JUSTIN LEVY [Feedly] The ABCs of Startup Marketing
| SATURDAY, JULY 10, 2010
If youre new here or just an old friend, Id love it if you subscribed via RSS feed. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the feed to receive future articles delivered to your feed reader. Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking The ABCs of Startup Marketing Written on July 10, 2010 by Justin Levy in hubspot , inbound marketing , marketing strategy , social media , video 6 Comments - Leave a comment! Thanks for taking time out of your day to come hang out here!
MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] The Facebook Edgerank Changed Once Again
| FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 2013
Previously, the stories in your news feed have been showed chronologically. This also meant that you probably were missing some stories (unless you’re watching your news feed 24/7). With Story Bumping, Facebook has changed the order of the stories, so stories that are a few days old, but relevant to you, will appear in the top of your feed again. The stories in your new feed will also be affected by the The Last Actor function. These 50 people will be showed more regularly in your feed and ticker. Similar Posts: What Facebook’s New News Feed Means For Brands.
MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] Facebook Private Messaging for Brands
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2011
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.
CONVINCE & CONVERT [Feedly] Facebook Unveils the Most Powerful Social Ads of All Time
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2013
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.
JUGNOO [Feedly] A Special Friday Thank You to @HootSuite
| FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2012
If you can't see it displayed properly in your feed, click here to view it directly. ? They say “imitation” is the sincerest form of flattery – in which case, we would love to thank our friends over at HootSuite. Back in April, we came out of closed beta and opened up our platform to 1,000 users in an open beta. To celebrate this jump in status, we created a video in-house that shared an example of one of our users, the Bandit Coffee Group in Toronto. Here’s the video below. Simple. Clear. Here’s the HootSuite video below: This post contains a video. Clear.
QUICK ONLINE TIPS [Feedly] Why Your Facebook Page Sends Less Site Traffic Now
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2012
This is despite that our active Facebook followers have increased much over 10000 followers now, but only very few hundred of them see our posts in their feeds! Of course Facebook curates your news feeds to filter the clutter and showcase interesting viral content, but has the algorithm changed now or it is about Edgerank issues? Facebook answered this question in a recent blog post to explain that Facebook was not ‘gaming news feeds so you pay for more ads. My guess is you do. Now we get around 300-500 views! Dangerous Minds shows the math. Related articles.
THE REALTIME REPORT [Feedly] 6 Strategies for Increasing Fan Engagement on Facebook (Wildfire Research)
| MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2012
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] APOSDLE learn@work - Triple-I
News as RSS Feed. Sitemap. Search: Top menu. Overview. Workplan. Results. Events. Publications. Partners. Weblog. Contact. APOSDLE learn@work. -->. Right menu. Workshop on Contextualized Attention Metadata: Profiling and Modelling User Activities - Call for Papers. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications: Metadata for Semantic and Social Applications. 22-26 September 2008, Berlin, Germany. Submission deadline of tentative abstract: 12 June 2008. Submission deadline for paper submission: 23 June 2008. CAMA 2008. Deadline for applications is March 15th, 2008.
STAY N' ALIVE [Feedly] Twitter and Facebook Both Quietly Kill RSS, Completely
| SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011
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.
AKAMAI MARKETING [Feedly] Why Buying Twitter Followers Is Damaging To Your Brand
| FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2013
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- [Feedly] Micro Persuasion: Turn Gmail Into Your Personal Nerve Center
scan 275 RSS feeds in Google Reader and I use dozens of bookmarklets and shortcuts to help me manage it all. The Toolbar then automatically feeds it into a new message. Some enterprising folks have taken data feeds from the BBC and CNN and ported them to Twitter. Be sure to turn off SMS alerts if you use these feeds since they will pile up.). and automatically feed these into your Gmail database? you can feed these into Gmail automatically too. or Google Reader shared feed through Yahoo Alerts. This works for any RSS feed, not just bookmarks.
PAMORAMA [Feedly] 10 Tips for Better Facebook Status Updates [Infographic]
| SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2013
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FIREBELLY [Feedly] 3 Ways Brands Can Prepare For Facebook Timeline
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2012
Like now, a majority of the interactions with your brand on Facebook will take place in the News Feed – not on your Page (or Timeline). Rumor has it Facebook will be rolling out Timeline for brand pages any day now. The most frequently given date is February 29. Until Facebook makes their official announcement, however, we don’t exactly know how Timeline will work for brand pages. Assuming it’s going to be a lot like Timeline that’s already rolled out for people, here are 3 easy ways brands can prepare for the change: 1. Prepare your cover photo.
SPIN SUCKS [Feedly] Five Steps to a Social Listening Program
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2012
Set up Google alerts for your keywords and add them to the same file in your RSS feed. Use a dashboard like your RSS reader and build RSS feeds from each of the searches listed above. It’s going to be more helpful for the person who doesn’t understand how to set up RSS feeds, because it walks you through the process of installing the different search widgets. Today’s guest post is written by Lisa Gerber. guess I shouldn’t be surprised anymore. Maybe I’m just sad now: At how many organizations are missing opportunities to be involved in the conversation.
TECHIPEDIA: TAMAR WEINBERG [Feedly] Five Benefits to Using Twitter Â? Techipedia | Tamar Weinberg
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2009
The SXSW Twitter feed helped many communicate with each other and even allowed for individuals to meet for the first time. Twitter as a feed reader (for more important feeds). subscribe to nearly 150 feeds and have no systematic way of reading them ( unlike Robert Scoble ). Sometimes, I’ll read the noisier (and most frequently updated) feeds first so I can tune into the more important feeds later. But sometimes, there’s some breaking news and I’ll never know about it until I actually hit the particular feed that discusses the news.
MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] How Users Engage With Advertising on Facebook
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
look at news feed – Users like an average number of 28 pages. – People have usually liked a page that was recommended to them by their friends – Users pay more attention to page updates in the news feed rather than adverts on the right-hand side – 71% of the users looked at ads on their profile page but only 31% of users looked at ads on their news feed. People read the page updates and are likely to notice the targeted ads as well. The study was conducted by the National College of Ireland on behalf of Mulley Communications.
TECHIPEDIA: TAMAR WEINBERG [Feedly] Why Most Social Media Departments Fail
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011
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.
SOCMED SEAN [Feedly] Think Twice About Automating Your Social Media Efforts
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2011
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 paper.li Cheers! Digg this!
SOCMED SEAN [Feedly] 2012 Round-Up Of My Social Media Cartoons And Comics
| SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2013
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?
SIMON MAINWARING [Feedly] Changing the corporate giving game: Charity Miles app
| THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2012
The app allows an active person to choose which one of nine charities it wants to support, ranging from Habitat For Humanity to Feeding America the UN World Food Programme. Every month a raft of new apps appear to make your life easier. Fortunately, apps also appear to make the lives of others easier. And Charity Miles stands out for the way it makes giving seamless in one’s life. Here’s how it works. The athlete sets their iPhone on GPS to allow them to be tracked as they participate in their activity. You can find the app on iTunes here and on Android.
QUICK ONLINE TIPS [Feedly] Fastest Way to Bookmark Web Pages in 2013
| SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2013
If there is an RSS feed for that, it would be great. I would really like to grab an RSS feed and show it as sidebar widget if possible). What is the simplest, easiest and fastest way to bookmark web pages? Are you still saving bookmarks in your web browser? Are your bookmarks and ‘read later’ lists available when you need them? In Superfast Bookmarking with Google +1. Its everywhere – Ever since Google said that +1 button can influence search engine rankings, webmasters ensure all webpages boldly display an easy to find Google +1 button on every webpage.
TECHIPEDIA: TAMAR WEINBERG [Feedly] How friendfeed Can Teach You About Your Friends
| THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2008
You never know until you check out their feed. By studying their feed, you can learn a lot more about how important social media is to them. As an example, let’s take a look at Robert Scoble’s FriendFeed (click the image for a larger view): In this screenshot, Robert utilized both Google Reader and Twitter, and the comments spread to his feed where an ongoing discussion ensued. You can subscribe to your friends’ feeds, but you’ll easily drown in the frequency of updates. That is, of course, if your friends are using Twitter. Very informative!
- [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.
ARI HERZOG [Feedly] 6 Readers Share Why They Read Blogs by Email
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2011
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. find the layout of feed readers noisy. 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. devour email. One inbox.
THE REALTIME REPORT [Feedly] Mobile-Only Facebook Use Climbs 23% Since March 2012
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 2012
It would simply have to cram too many into the feed, and that could wreck the user experience it has spent years building, and lead people to visit less.” Out of Facebook’s mobile user base of 543 million, nearly 20% access the social network via mobile only. That’s 102 million people accessing Facebook every month only from mobile – a 23% increase over the 83 million mobile-only users in March 2012. Facebook’s US growth has slowed to 10% in the past year, vs. a global average growth of 29%. Mobile ads just started showing up on Facebook in February 2012.
CREATIVE RAMBLINGS [Feedly] 8 more tools and services to stay on top of the news in your industry
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2013
Feedly - Feedly is a RSS news reader that delivers the content of the blogs and sites you follow in a magazine-like fashion. You can easily save articles for later reading, mark categories as read, and subscribe to feeds within your dashboard. Feedly also makes sharing stuff on social networks a breeze. The service allows you to connect “triggers” (Facebook, Evernote, RSS feed, Buffer, Feedly, Flickr, LinkedIn, YouTube, WordPress, App.net, etc.) Since then, I have added a few more to my arsenal. Here are eight that I could not live without.
YMARKETINGMATTERS [Feedly] Understanding Twitter: Best Ways to Tweet
| SUNDAY, JULY 14, 2013
When you send out a tweet with @username included in the MIDDLE of the tweet, “hello @username” (called a mention, explained below) all of your followers will see that tweet in their Twitter Home feed. To see your Twitter Home feed, click on Home: . NOTE: When you send out a tweet with @username at the BEGINNING of the tweet, “@username hello” the tweet will not show up on any of your followers Twitter feeds EXCEPT the user mentioned at the beginning of the tweet. . 'Twitter is a remarkable social media platform for your business. Mentions. Replies. Retweets .
WWW.CREATIVEAPPLICATIONS.NET [Feedly] Aggregate your online activity using Tumblr [Tutorial]
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010
It collects all your “social networks activity and creates a linear feed where your friends can leave comments. This is great but what if you wanted total control of your feed as well as how your site looks. You basically subscribe to a feed (RSS) and as the news is posted it comes right into reader. If you have an account on Flickr, you will notice on the page where your stream is, at the bottom, a link to RSS feed. Ctrl Click on the latest and copy that FEED Address. Save this feed and you are ready to go. Read more. Tumblr is the answer.Â
DANNY BROWN [Feedly] Social Media and the New Marketing
| TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2011
If you can’t see it displayed properly in your feed, you can view it directly here. People ask where marketing fits in with social media, and if it still has a place as consumers and “normal people enjoy a bigger say in how successful a product is. To help with this, here’s a short and simplified presentation that offers a new take on an old method (the Four P’s of Marketing) and an overview of what this means for you. It’s not meant to be an exhaustive look; more an easily digestible social media and marketing biscuit. Hope you enjoy.
SOCMED SEAN [Feedly] 10 Surefire Ways To Avoid Looking Like A Twitter NooB
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2011
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.
BUZZ MARKETING FOR TECHNOLOGY [Feedly] RSS Reading Habits
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2008
use a RSS reader and read feeds because it is part of my writing process. My feeds are organized into folders and the folders ordered by priority. Like a farmer tending his crops, I'd scan through each folder, each feed, bookmarking and annotating what caught my eye, and looking for patterns and connections. Photo by Lynetter. Lately, my RSS reading habits have changed. haven't given up on it completely, but my process has changed. This scan, capture, analyze patterns, and write a blog post is a part of my routine. It still is, but I now use other methods for scanning.
JUGNOO [Feedly] TGIF – Extremely Thankful Friday Edition!
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2012
If you can't see it displayed properly in your feed, click here to view it directly. Get sharing your Friday thanks in the comments below, and we’ll announce the winners on our Twitter feed come Monday morning! You see, gentle readers, they wouldn’t call it ‘TGIF’ if it wasn’t for the ‘thank’ part. mean, could you imagine if you were only moderately pleased, yet largely indifferent, that is was Friday? Then they would refer to this feeling you have, week after week, as ‘MPYLIIF’ – and that is… just a lot of letters.
THE REALTIME REPORT [Feedly] How Time Magazine Gained 1.2 Million Google+ Followers
| THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2012
” Having pieces that spark conversation (like the controversial breast-feeding cover) can also help to drum up interest on the social network. Time magazine has become one of the most popular news brands on Google+, with over 1.2 million users adding Time to their circles on the social network. Cathy Sharick, managing editor of Time.com, shared some tips for achieving success on Google+, as reported by Journalism.co.uk. In addition, Time is taking advantage of several features unique to Google+, including circles and hangouts. ” Plans for more hangouts are in the works.
PAMORAMA [Feedly] 7 Popular Types of Social Media Fans [Infographic]
| SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013
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!
STAY N' ALIVE [Feedly] Facebook Listens. RSS Added Back to Pages. Will Twitter be next?
| SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2011
It appears that Facebook listened though, as there is now a "Subscribe via RSS" link on Facebook Pages, and the source now links to an atom feed for clients that want to auto-discover the feeds. Today JSON based APIs are quite a bit more powerful than RSS feeds and have become preferred by the vast majority of developers when building on the platforms you mentioned. This means that it's worth investing more time and energy into APIs over feeds. You can see it by looking down at the bottom left on any Page now. Of course, he had a point.
DANNY BROWN [Feedly] How to Get More Blog Readers By Having Your Content Syndicated
| SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2012
If you could get your content into their feeds, then the sky is the limit to where you can go as a blogger. Yes, it’s also the most time-consuming, as you have to do all the legwork and find the sites in your niche that accept blog feeds to be shared. As is adding the syndicated feed to your email signature, or other online destinations. For instance, instead of people sharing your blog post on Twitter, Facebook, etc, they share the syndicated feed. For most (if not all) bloggers, one of the key metrics on how their blog has grown comes from how many readers it has.
CONVINCE & CONVERT [Feedly] Digital Sharecropping – Why Most Facebook Customization is Wasted Effort
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2010
After that, all touch points between the brand and the fan are conducted in the Facebook News Feed. of all comments on his client’s status updates come from within the News Feed, not on the Wall of the page. Beyond that, all my interactions occur in the News Feed. Exposure Via Facebook News Feed Ain’t Easy. Whether or not those status updates continue to show up in the News Feeds of your fans is no sure bet. of all status updates are shown in members’ Top News feed (which is the default setting used by ~95% of all Facebookers).
SPIN SUCKS [Feedly] Social Media Stress Disorder
| TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2011
Brian Meeks has delusions of novelist, which he feeds by writing the Henry Wood Detective series (Available soon and on his blahg). When Facebook no longer feeds their social media buzz, they turn to Twitter (the crack of social media). Brian Meeks has delusions of novelist, which he feeds by writing the Henry Wood Detective series (Available soon and on his blahg ). When the economy went south, he turned to social media and does this to feed and clothe himself. Kathryn sat at her desk watching her Twitter stream on TweetDeck. A few bits of spam were trashed too.
STAY N' ALIVE [Feedly] With the New Design, Twitter Kills RSS, Literally
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
Facebook itself just added RSS to its feeds for Facebook Pages and opened its database so you can reformat their content, so long as users approve, in any way you like. In the new design I can’t find an RSS feed anywhere. Previously there was a link to the lower-right allowing you to add an RSS feed. They also had a link to the RSS in the source of the HTML so your browser would automatically recognize the feed, and just entering the URL for the user profile into Google Reader, they could automatically detect the feed for you. link]. Hope that helps!.
PUSHING SOCIAL [Feedly] How to Publish Daily When You Have A 9-5 Job
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2012
During that time, I quickly flip through my RSS feeds via Flipboard or Feed.ly. have a Twitter RSS feed set-up to push tweets with the #blogging hashtag to my Reader. Here’s a post from Kristi Hines showing you how to do the RSS Feed Ninja move. If I have time left, I check my RSS Feed again. It’s a typical, grey, Michigan winter day. People are heading home trotting quickly to their cars bundled against the cold air. One cube warrior walks a touch slower than the rest. He’s lost in thought. You can see the steam rising from his moving lips. It’s me – blogging.
CHARLENE LI [Feedly] Facebook Timeline reveals the future of sharing
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011
But because ALL of it shared as a feed, the whole becomes available and accessible, and thus interesting. Second, the items in the feed are seen in two ways, in the Tickler blended in with all of the rest of debris of our lives, and in Timeline where it’s laid out against the context of time. News Feed was met with derision and boycotts but in the end, people found it too valuable. Now Timeline and auto-feeding of your activities is pushing the edge again. Leading up to Facebook’s f8 conference today, my biggest concern about the rumored new “Read. Watched.
ADAM SHERK [Feedly] The Best Free (or Cheap) Tools for Blogger and Influencer Outreach
| TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013
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.
MINDJUMPERS [Feedly] 5 Useful Facebook Updates To Notice
| FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2012
Organic reach refers to the number of unique people who have seen your content in their news feed, ticker or on your page. The promoted posts will then reach more of your fans depending how much you spend and be shown as a sponsored story in their news feeds. When people engage with the post, it will be shown in their friend’s news feed too. Tweet As we already know, Facebook is constantly testing new features and optimising how the platform works, both for personal profiles, but also for company pages and Facebook’s marketing opportunities. Assign Admin Roles.
KIKOLANI [Feedly] How I Organize Google Reader for Blog Commenting
| SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011
So after a full weekend of removing feeds that hadn’t updated in a year, I began to slowly collect feeds from new bloggers I have connected with since the last time I did a full sweep of my RSS subscriptions. can access my RSS feeds on any computer I am logged into my Google account. And I can access my RSS feeds on my phone via the Google Reader app for Android. See what posts have the highest engagement on any of my feeds with the PostRank Chrome Extension. How does one keep up with hundreds of RSS feeds? So how do I organize all of those blogs?
FIREBELLY [Feedly] Facebook Promoted Posts: 5 Must-Reads
| MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2012
By Lauren Drell Facebook has started rolling out Promoted Posts for Brand Pages, a new feature that allows businesses to pay for posts to be more predominantly displayed on news feeds. Here are your 5 must-reads on Facebook’s Promoted Posts that began rolling out last week. Facebook Promoted Posts: A Step-By-Step Guide. Facebook Launches Promoted Posts For Pages. Facebook Promoted Posts (Sorta) Explained. By Drew Bowling A Facebook spokesperson replied to a few questions I had about the promoted post features. Below is the Q&A from our correspondence.
DANNY BROWN [Feedly] Six Steps to Running a Successful Blogger Outreach
| MONDAY, MAY 24, 2010
Step 3 – Get your foot in the door (11 weeks out) The first thing I do is add all these blogs to a feed reader like Bloglines. You’ll want to process your feed reader at least once a day for 7-8 weeks. You can also add the blog feeds to a custom Google search engine. we automatically rank the blog per influence.Step3:- we consolidate the feed real time (can be extended to twitter, youtube, facebook pages and anything with an RSS) and give you capability to dive in the river of conversation and spot/trend/discover topics of interest.- thanks. Glad I did.
SPIN SUCKS [Feedly] Three Ways to Use Pinterest for Business
| MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2012
For instance, I have “ must make ,” “ winter training ,” “ books worth reading ,” “ gift ideas ,” and more that feed my creativity. Pinterest feeds that in a big way. I’m not going to lie. I’m obsessed with Pinterest. blame my sister. She’s an enabler. Since its launch, I’ve been a big proponent of it. It’s, in a sense, an online scrapbook. You find images and videos you like and “pin” them to your online boards. But the best part? Something like 84 percent of us are visual learners.
DANNY BROWN [Feedly] Make Yourself An Influencer By Playing The Klout +K Game
| SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011
If you can't see it displayed properly in your feed, click here to view it directly. A lot of people continue to talk about Klout and whether it’s something to take note of, or simply another tool that’s fun to use but doesn’t offer real value. Personally, I’m in the second camp. Probably because I don’t feel you can measure influence purely by what you do online, and most definitely because there are so many variations that make up a single decision that – to me – it’s impossible to say what influenced that decision the most.
ADAM COHEN [Feedly] Down the Rabbit Hole: Super 8?s Complex Viral Campaign
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Feed readers may need to click through to view). This morning I caught wind of a Steve Spielberg produced, J. Abrams directed movie scheduled to come out next year. I’m sure I’m very late to the game but was inspired by what I found. The movie is called Super 8 , which is unfortunate due to an association with a motel chain I had a very bad experience with once. That’s a story for another time, or, never.) The movie has a high quality and special effects trailer that doesn’t directly reveal much about the plot. Take a look. Related articles by Zemanta.
TWITIP [Feedly] How To Follow Any Twitter List In An RSS Reader
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2010
– Lara Tweets are very similar to article headlines so an RSS feed may be the right solution for those who want to read tweets alongside their news in a reader. Go to [link] and follow the two easy steps needed to generate an RSS feed. Simply search for the hashtag on search.twitter.com and it offers the results up as a feed as well. Who can tweet somthing in 140 characters that you need to set up a feed for. I’ve just wasted a million years searching the Twitter help section for a way to find the RSS feeds from my lists. Great tip, Mana! Awesome!
PROACTIVE REPORT [Feedly] Building A Simple Social Media Dashboard with iGoogle
| SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2012
Now add feeds of content to each tab. Find the RSS feed for each search. Once you have added all the search feeds from news. Monitor these feeds of conversations every day for two weeks. You can use the phrases and feeds you know to be relevant and use a smarter tool for long term monitoring and social intelligence gathering. When you start monitoring social conversations it takes a while to figure out which words and phrases return the most relevant content. iGoogle is one easy-to-create and easy-to-use dashboard. If you have an account, sign in. And voila!
THE REALTIME REPORT [Feedly] Social Media On The Farm: Crisis Management, Market Research, Education And APIs
| MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 2012
With a Tweet, Tweet Here, a Video There, … In addition to using Twitter as a realtime information feed, farmers are using video , blogs and Facebook to keep customers in the loop about conditions on the farm, in the hopes that this will keep customers engaged and supportive. The other side of the supply chain is becoming more connected to realtime data feeds, too. As a mobile-friendly platform, Twitter has been used by farmers to share information, check realtime conditions, and connect with customers from its earliest days – CNN reported on this as early as 2009.
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