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NOVEMBER 6, 2009 [Feedly] A Blog is a Better Social Media Hub Than Twitter
They are most often using Twitter as a super-news-feed, and as a way to drive people back to their blog, web site, etc. If you’re relying on Twitter as your social media hub, you’re limiting your potential for impact and influence. Twitter is excellent for distribution , but if you’re going to communicate original ideas, you’ll need a blog (or something similar). The most influential people on Twitter are either already celebrities, create their own content, or both. Who do you see most often retweeted? Mashable. Guy Kawasaki. Robert Scoble. Thanks!
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OCTOBER 24, 2009 [Feedly] Tips for Using Facebook Fan Pages
Take advantage of the features Facebook makes available, like the ability to upload images, integration with YouTube and Twitter, status updates (which will appear in fans’ news feeds), creation of discussion boards, etc. Several clients have told me recently they don’t think their Facebook pages have as many fans as their brand seems to warrant. They’ve asked me what they were doing “wrong” and how to improve their pages. One executive compared the “coolness” of his brand to a larger, boring brand that drew many more fans to its Facebook page, adding, “I don’t get it.”.
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MARCH 19, 2010 [Feedly] Under the Social Media Influence
It’s difficult to show that a 140-character item flying by in a Twitter stream or RSS feed has, by this definition, any influence whatsoever, and if one doesn’t, one million 140-character items don’t either. The Million Follower Fallacy: Audience Size Doesn’t Prove Influence on Twitter, on Read Write Web , cites a recent survey that found “Twitter follower count is somewhat of a meaningless metric when it comes to determining influence. I was excited that finally someone realized that these numerical measures were totally unrelated to influence. of others.
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JANUARY 21, 2010 [Feedly] How Transparent is Too Transparent?
Domino’s Pizza’s new Pizza Turnaround campaign set off a wave of discussions in the social media world. The Pizza Turnaround video, which was produced by Domino’s, features Domino’s employees, including its head chefs, and some of the company’s marketing executives, admitting outright that the pizza sucks. There’s a reason for that, of course.
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JULY 6, 2010 [Feedly] How Social Is Your Company, Really?
So you have a blog, maybe two, a couple of Twitter feeds, a YouTube channel and a Facebook page. Or is it a one-way feed? one-way Twitter news feed can be useful, but it’s not engaged. Your company is truly social, isn’t it? Everything on the checklist is in place. But none of these things equates to being truly social. Being social, or being engaged with consumers, is a deep cultural attitude that a company either has or doesn’t have. It isn’t something you can layer on top with a few social network accounts. Twitter. follow a few myself.
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AUGUST 1, 2009 [Feedly] Twittorati Features Tweets Everyone Already Knows About
And if I didn’t, I would set up Google Reader or a NetVibes page with Twitter and blog RSS feeds from only the top bloggers that interest me. Technorati ’s new Twittorati (launched July 7, and not last week as some sites are reporting ) will feature tweets from what Technorati thinks are the top 100 bloggers. have a great tool I use for following the top bloggers on Twitter.
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SOCIALIZED [Feedly] LinkedIn and Twitter Connect: So?
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2009
Update on How To Configure LinkedIn Twitter Integration: To enable LinkedIn to display your Twitter feed
, click the link “Account & Settings located at the top-right of the Twitter home page. LinkedIn and Twitter announced last night that LinkedIn will now be integrating Twitter updates with LinkedIn user accounts. LinkedIn tweeted early this morning “Learn how you can link your LinkedIn and Twitter accts together! link]. @LinkedIn even changed its Twitter avatar to mark the occasion. Reactions on Twitter were mixed, and Read Write Web was not impressed. MORE >>
SOCIALIZED [Feedly] Facebook Dislike Button is a Bad Idea
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2009
Facebook users have launched a handful of petition drives asking the social network to allow users to click a thumbs-down icon to give a news feed
item, advertisement, etc. If I don’t want to read/see an item, Facebook already has a close button on every banner ad and news feed
item. a “Dislike, just as they can currently give it a thumbs-up, or “Like. There are several Facebook groups with a million or more users advocating this. The group Petition for a Dislike Button has, as of this post, over 2.8 million members. Dislike Button is a bad idea. MORE >>
SOCIALIZED [Feedly] Is Facebook’s Social Graph Beacon 2.0?
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010
Social plugins like the Like button and the activity feed
enable you to offer social experiences with just a line of HTML. With its incredible growth (200 million to 400 million users in the last 12 months), and announcement at its April 21 F8 developer conference of new capabilities, Facebook seems to have become, as Chris O’Brien of the San Jose Mercury News says, “the most important company on the Web.”. With Facebook users comes their friends; incorporate these connections to make your product more engaging. All of this raises interesting privacy concerns. MORE >>
SOCIALIZED [Feedly] Facebook Contextual Ads Insensitive to Boston Tragedy
| TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013
'News and commentary about yesterday''s tragic events in Boston are dominating my feed
on Facebook, but there, in the middle of it all, I was appalled to see a pathetic, contextual ad for the Zoosk dating site, with a montage of all the smiling hotties that were dying to meet MORE >>
SOCIALIZED [Feedly] A Few Motivational Thoughts
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
Give a man a fish, feed
him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed
him for life. Teach a man how to exploit disadvantaged workers in the third world, build a multinational seafood empire and feed
his family for generations. I see so many motivational quotes on Twitter, I thought I would take a moment to share a few of my favorites: How will you know the depths of your ineptitude until you try something you’re unsure of? If you fail to plan, you’ll have a lot more time to do the actual work. have never failed. You’re not Thomas Effing Edison, pal. MORE >>
- [Feedly] Santa Cruz Sentinel on FriendFeed - Newspaper of the Future? SOCIALIZED | FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2009
- [Feedly] The Problem With Being Liked SOCIALIZED | TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2009
- [Feedly] Bogus “news” stories feed on confusion and rage SOCIALIZED | WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2013
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