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    [Social Media] Haters Hate and I Choose to Listen
    Strumpette’s criticism centered around my ideas at that time about social media being off and not grounded in basic communications principles, like ROI and media theory. Yet as time passed, I saw those weaknesses to be true, and became more conservative in my approaches towards online media. Image by pixel8. Haters gonna hate. It’s what top bloggers and community managers say when they interpret criticism to be nasty and inappropriate. In the case of trolls that deliver aggressive comments that border on threats or worse, you have to agree with them.
    [Social Media] How To Stay Happy At A PR Agency
    He works with many of his clients to incorporate best practice social media communications to enhance the effectiveness of their PR programs. What is the key to a long-term stay at your job? For both technology and PR, 14 years at the same agency would by many standards make me a Neanderthal. . When the average career span of an agency PR practitioner seems to be anywhere from five to seven years, I’m revisiting why I’ve decided to stay. I’ll call them the four C’s. 1. If it weren’t for the clients and striving to do your best on their behalf, there’d be little excitement. 2.
    [Social Media] The ProBlogger Top 20 of 2012
    We’ve all heard social media advisors tell us to target the influencers if we want to have an impact on social media. In this post, Jonathan Goodman shows you how—and his tips and experience are good for all aspects of blog promotion, not just social networking. 15 Social Media Mistakes That Are Strangling Your Success. This post provides a full tour of social media mistakes that, surprisingly, we’re still making today. Welcome to 2013! Are you ready for the year ahead? Have a read! Ways Cartoons Can Improve Your Blog.
    [Social Media] What Mark Zuckerberg Knows
    Walter is a social innovator at Intel. building social bridges. online social network. social media. Episode #341 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. My first thought, when I heard about the book, Think Like Zuck by Ekaterina Walter , was, "wow, I can't believe Mark Zuckerberg actally let someone inside his domain to study him and write a book about it!" " I had a true sense of excitement over this business book. blogging. brand. business book. david usher. digital marketing. intel.
    [Social Media] Social Currency Takes Flight
    Private Aviation is the first of several industries planning to launch a new class of business methods built on a “Social Value Game” developed by  The Ingenesist Project. Social Flights is a virtual airline which aggregates communities according to their interests, knowledge assets, and social graph.  Social Flights matches people with mid-distance transportation options that deliver them exactly where they want to go in a shortest period of time and the least amount of harassment. Enter Social Entrepreneurs. Social Value Conversion Factor.
    [Social Media] How To Suck As A Brand (With Grace)
    In 2014, you would think - in a world of social media - that it''s simply impossible to be a misery of a brand. For all of the haters (and media pundits like me who are quick to point out, laugh at and share their stories), there are plenty of people who don''t expect much, because they didn''t pay much. media pundit. social media. There are two trains of thought when it comes to brutal brands: They''re so bad that they don''t even know it. They have to work quite hard at being that bad. It''s true. How do you feel about the airlines? Don''t believe me?
    [Social Media] Greg Verdino: Mobile in the middle
    Greg Verdino Marketing, Media, Technology & Trends Home About Me Book Me to Speak microMARKETING Journal On Twitter On Flickr Personal Blog Verdino Bytes My Company « 5,000 words and 6 random thoughts about writing them | Main | Bad Pitch teleseminar to teach PR folks how to pitch so good » Mobile in the middle While mobile still has a long way to go before it becomes a key channel for most marketers, it would be foolish not to keep an eye on new developments in mobility.   The first offers an enhanced traditional media experience to the mobile device.
    [Social Media] Question: Where do my images get stored when I add them to my.
    Social media. Blogger Xpertise. Blogger sites that go beyond the basic template, showing you how to make your Blogger site just as amazing. About Us. Portfolio Pieces. Blogger Tips. Hangouts on Air. Submitted Questions. Opinion Pieces. Templates. Contact Us. Follow by Email. Subscribe To. Posts. Posts. Comments. Comments. Google+ Followers. Upcoming Events. Join us for our free weekly Hangout On Air event called the Friday Request Line, providing Blogger discussion, assistance, and helpful suggestions. Register to join us on November 16 at 2:00pm EST. Search This Blog. Loading.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JULY 17, 2011
    [Social Media] 6 Killer Writing Tips from a Great-Grandmother of a Copy Editor
    When you run a social media business, you run a social media practice. This guest post is by Aman Basanti of Meet Ailsa Campbell. Ailsa is a great grandmother of an editor (pun intended): she’s been teaching English longer than many of us have been alive. Needless to say she knows a thing or two about writing well. Here are Ailsa’s top tips for becoming a better writer. 1. Get your homophones right. “Homophone&# sounds like an alien word, but you use homophones every day, and often incorrectly. compliment—to praise (e.g. right—correct.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015
    [Social Media] Fetching Friday – 24 Posts on Marketing and Productivity
    Social Media Marketing. How to Implement a Loyalty Program Using Social Media by Antonio Calero. Social Media Monitoring Tools to Track Your Brand by Tamar Weinberg. Tips to Better Use the Social Networks You Use Every Day by Cynthia Johnson. Fetching Friday is back for week thirteen of 2015! Each week, I’ll share with you the top posts on online marketing and productivity. Without further ado, here are the top posts this week! Content Marketing. 26 Blogging Tools to Simplify Your Life: An A-Z List by Melanie Nelson. Meyers. Productivity.
    [Social Media] Top 10 Reasons The New York Times is Really Putting up a Paywall
    Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk Top 10 Reasons The New York Times is Really Putting up a Paywall by Adam Sherk on January 20, 2010 Today The New York Times made it official that they will be introducing a metered model starting in 2011. We are watching the continuing rapid decline of newspapers and an old industry that is unable to adapt to the many aspects of online media. There is additional information in the NYTco press release , and Jim Romenesko and others have published the staff memo. But I gave it a shot. It happens.
    [Social Media] T Mobile Scores Again With a New Viral Hit
    How Altoid Used Social Media to Change Customer Perception. Tweet T Mobile is back this holiday season with a new video that has gone viral and generated over 2 million views within a week. Mobile has, in past, brought the best virals and flash mobs like The Fake Royal wedding , The Parking Ticket Stunt and the Welcome Back. This new viral captures the holiday spirit and features over 100 women singing out for Christmas in a Chicago’s Woodfield Mall on an updated spin on the holiday classic, “There’s No Place Like Home For The Holidays.”. The Viral: hit or miss?
    [Social Media] 4 Content Curation Ideas to Implement Now
    Media companies have been curating content for centuries, but the idea of online content curation is something all content marketers need to consider as part of the content marketing  plan. More ideas on this here: [link] Posted by: Tony Karrer | September 22, 2010 at 12:40 PM Each Monday on our blog, THINKing, we produce "Creativity 2010", a weekly curated round-up of creativity links. I'm considering starting "Thursday THINKing" In this post, I'd curate top content from my favorite blogs on PR, branding and social media. You can too.
    [Social Media] Business cards for the i-phone
    Is social media going to kill the card? Here’s an idea I’ve ignored for a decade - virtual business cards. Mashable just posted a list of 7 fantastic iphone business card apps. I had almost forgotten how in the late 90s there was a big expectation among early adopters that we’d all be switching from physical business cards to electronic ones. remember learning how to exchange business card details using my Palm V5. But I never used it. If for no other reason than most people don’t have iPhones. Am I missing something?
    [Social Media] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #63
    My friends: Alistair Croll ( BitCurrent , Year One Labs , GigaOM , Human 2.0 , the author of Complete Web Monitoring and Managing Bandwidth: Deploying QOS in Enterprise Networks), Hugh McGuire ( The Book Oven , LibriVox , iambik , PressBooks , Media Hacks ) and I decided that every week or so the three of us are going to share one link for one another (for a total of six links) that each individual feels the other person "must see" Check out these six links that we're recommending to one another: Lizards Rapidly Evolve After Introduction to Island - National Geographic. Slate.
    [Social Media] Stories from Smaller Nonprofits: National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel
    Social Media Lessons and Challenges. At this holiday season we are encourage to look beyond face value to the heart of the people who may touch our lives. directly or indirectly. Looks" of nonprofits may also be deceiving at first glance. For the first time we are opening  Diva Marketing's Holiday For Small Nonprofits Series to  a couple of special programs offered by larger nonprofits. These initaitives often have unique budgets and dedicated staff. much the same as smaller nonprofits. . This story is told by John Pollock who manages this unique program.
    [Social Media] Finding hidden treasure in the data you might be ignoring
    Social monitoring expert Nathan Galliatt says there’s buried treasure in the noise. Social media, and especially Twitter, is often belittled because of the high noise ratio. As marketers, we EXPECT to find valuable insight in the data we pay attention to. We constantly scan for the infamous “signal&# and vigorously reject the “noise.&# It’s quite easy to use HootSuite, TweetDeck, or Seesmic as prospecting tools to find the treasure. Action: Be willing to embrace the noise as the gold prospector of old embraced the dirt.
    [Social Media] Fourth of July @ Your Own Pace
    Celebrating Happy Birthday America, running or watching the Peachtree Road Race or even stepping into a social media world the most successful find their own pace and rewards. Tips To Find Your Social Media Pace. Determine which social platform you''re most comfortable working in. Determne which media you enjoy most when it comes to producing content. How about social radio a la podcasts? How do they integrate and support the social platform/s you  chose? 3. down Main Street in Atlanta to participate in the Peachtree Road Race.
    [Social Media] B-to-B Marketers: How Many Calls Does it Take to Make a Sale?
    making them NEW PROSPECTS! A six year study* of nearly 60,000 inquiries conducted by Penton Media Company also found that: 43% of inquirers receive literature and information too late to be of use. How Do You Measure Social Media Success? 50 Power Twitter Tips to Help B-to-B Marketers Twitter: Steps to Insure Success Adding Social Icons Helps Drive E-mail Marketing Campaigns Whats Your Company Value Proposition? We’re all focused on generating more leads these days, but I find it ironic that most companies don’t do much with them once they get them.
    [Social Media] Enterprise 2.0 – Day 2 Conference Highlights
    It is great to be sharing the Hynes Convention Center in Boston with some of the top minds in social business collaboration at Enterprise 2.0 That said, let me share what caught my attention yesterday: Big themes: 1.     Social collaboration is about business results: The first keynote was delivered by Nathan Bricklin , SVP, Head of Social Strategy for Wells Fargo’s Wholesale Services. For Nathan, social collaboration is about specific results – as it is for Richard Foo, Collaboration Director at Nike. As to the social experiment that Michael ran?  this year.
    [Social Media] Ever wonder how people see your online company offline?
    discovered NowSourcing through social media channels. I work at four different tech companies here in Louisville. NowSourcing is my latest gig on the list, but the story of how I ended up here might lead some to question my sanity. When I saw they were hiring I emailed my resume and cover letter, not even expecting a call back.  I was somewhat surprised when they actually called me, due in part to a particularly outrageous claim I made in said cover letter. When I walked into the office I stood there for a minute before anyone noticed me. Was this even a real company?
  • TWITIP  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 2010
    [Social Media] Jump-Starting Your Company's Twitter Account
    Twitip Getting more out of twitter Follow 102,289 followers Subscribe 20,083 subscribers starters guide getting followers tools tips business people news add a tip Tracy Osborn @limedaring Tracy Osborn is a freelance web designer, developer, and social media enthusiast. If you’re a part of this group (as my company was), it can be really intimidating to jump into the social media scene when your competitors already have established accounts with hundreds (or thousands) of followers. Why should you care? Avoid underscores and dashes as much as possible. Cheers!
    [Social Media] The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? | Spin Sucks
    Arment Dietrich Overview Expertise Resources Gini Dietrich News Media Center Careers Contact Follow US Facebook Linkedin RSS Feed Twitter YouTube Share Categories Communication Social Media Advertising Entrepreneur SEO Marketing Marketplace COMMUNICATION / SOCIAL MEDIA / ADVERTISING / ENTREPRENEUR / SEO / MARKETING Aug 05 2010 The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? want social media policies? Pingback by 3 Hurdles to Pay-for-Results Pricing for PR Consultants | Media Emerging August 5th, 2010 at 10:05 am [.] Search the policy tag).
    [Social Media] Interview with David Saranga, Israel Consulate: A Twitter Press Conference
    In December 2008, the New York Israel Consulate held the first government press conference on Twitter and in doing so public diplomacy took one more step into social media. The purpose of the 2-hour open conversation in 140 characters was to engage and provide the public with a platform where citizens' questions about the Gaza situation could be addressed directly by @DavidSaranga , Consul for Media and Public Affairs at the consulate General in New York. My thanks to him and to the staff of the Department of Media and Public Affairs who kindly responded to my request.
    [Social Media] Host a Successful Manufacturing Day Event
    Based on the needs of your organization, some potential audiences to invite include local technical school and high school administration, faculty and students; local and regional politicians; local and trade media; family and friends of your employees and/or the local community as a whole. Be sure to list your event with, use your network to promote, and personally invite your target audience and promote your event through your existing channels including on your website and social media. By Rachel Kerstetter, PR Engineer. What are you doing October 3 rd ?
    [Social Media] Seesmic for Android Brings Shortcut Array for Fast Actions
    One of the initial attractions for me to the Android platform was the flexibility of the home screens, which don't have to just feature applications in a monotonous 4 by 4 grid, but also the option to have widgets with live streaming content from social media and news sites and shortcuts to actions within applications. Social media powerhouse Seesmic is introducing an upgrade to its popular app today that fully leverages this capability - bringing all aspects of the product to the front of your device. In version 1.7, Seesmic Twitter android
    [Social Media] Four Simple Thoughts
    Since 2006, I've been learning about social media analysis—as a business , a set of technologies , and a set of business practices. Along the way, my professional interest in the information value of social media activity collided with some of my other interests, which has led to a rough draft of a strategy that I'm modestly calling Omniscience. If you read the blog, you've seen some of what I've figured out. It's too early to publish the whole framework, but I want to share a few foundational thoughts that are shaping the way I look at things. Right. Strateg
    [Social Media] Free Pancakes Anyone?
    This is the sense of community that human beings long for, and this isn’t lost with social media. It’s actually part of the reason for social media’s meteoric ascendancy in our lives. Face-to-face interaction still can’t be beat, but social media helps you feel part of a community. The community in this instance, thanks to social media, was the American community. Contributing to this, in part, is the flexibility and real-time nature of social media. MTV’s Rock the Vote ).
    [Social Media] Monsanto, Abercrombie & Fitch, And The Greatest New Threat To Your Brand: Your Customers
    ’ We now find ourselves in mid-2013 and these two issues have combined, leaving brands facing a well-informed, media-savvy and mobilized audience intent on punishing behavior that does not serve the greater good. Yet recent conversations played out in traditional and social media have taken this to a new level in terms of volume and frequency. At the end of 2010 I wrote about the ‘ Coming Decade of Radical Transparency.’ My ’ My prediction for 2012 was the ‘ Rise of Consumer Activism.’ This challenge did not emerge out of thin air.
    [Social Media] Ever wondered about… « Wisdom London
    Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « For All Your Nutritional (Informational) Needs: Experiments in Social Media Number 2, Part 2: Conversations with Power » Ever wondered about… It makes sharing the content easy, too, with built in retweet and reply options, although social interaction is not so much the point here. Ever Wondered About is a new series on the Wisdom London blog, where we aim to demystify and explore what’s shaping our social interactions. Posted by Anthony Lewis What is it? Why Should I Care?
    [Social Media] Post Length and Engagement: The Content Marketer’s Dilemma
    Longread content is becoming more popular on social media and the web in general , and publishers are finding that while it costs to create longform content, it pays. Yet research has shown that many social shares aren’t read before they’re shared (and as for afterwards, who knows?). But in the conclusion, Neil makes some interesting points, including this: “Writing lengthy content won’t get you a ton of tweets and likes if you haven’t built up your social media accounts first.”—Neil So what’s better? The stats. some other way?
    [Social Media] Marketing Twitter
    Now Noto is Twitter's chief financial officer, and he's changing the score again, moving the social network's hapless marketing department under his control. media platform. social media. social network. Life can be strange. . It's hard to imagine a brand not seeing Twitter as an opportunity to share and connect with customers and potential customers. It's near-impossible to find any semblance of a marketing campaign that hasn't attached itself to some kind of hashtag or Twitter call-out. With that, Twitter seems to be struggling at marketing itself. . mirum.
    [Social Media] Top 5 Tweets Of The Week – Celebrities
    Team Crowd have been exploring heavily the use of social media within the political sphere in Guernsey. As a surf addict myself I enjoy following some of the best talent on the world stage for inspiration. I am forever indebted to Julian Wilson for introducing me to quite possibly the coolest kid on earth. Watch #KidPresident when your feeling down and thank me later. kidpresident p/VFaCh9vemS/. Julian Wilson (@julian_wilson) January 29, 2013. Football has been a huge part of my life and is something I follow profusely. Progress. It’s about people.”
    [Social Media] Good-bye “What’s Next”, hello “What’s Now”
    As anyone who works in the advertising or entertainment business will tell you, their industry is undergoing seismic changes in the face of new technology that enables both business and consumers to create content at virtually no cost. This means old business models no longer apply, job titles are changing and most businesses are being forced to become far more entrepreneurial not just to survive, but to position themselves for the future. As a result, I continue to hear the phrase that everyone is trying to work out “what’s next&#. Only this time that phrase its misplaced.
    [Social Media] Am I curating yet? Drawing the lines between creation, aggregation and curation
    My Work Content Curation Subscribe Dare To Comment Fresh insights on social media and content curation marketing from a young professional in the field Am I curating yet? Brian Solis thinks that filtering for relevance is one of the best ways we can pare down the constant flux of our real-time social streams into digestible, attention-worthy content packages: But relatively simple ways of meeting these basic filtering requirements have been around since social media came into the mainstream. Social media is more than the sum of its participants.
    [Social Media] 7 Simple Ways To Attract More People to Your Blog
    Social media is a blogger’s best friend. Not only can you use social to share your latest blog post, you can use it to source upcoming blog material too. Not only should you have social widgets at the bottom of each blog post, you should be posting your work on every site you’re active on. This is a guest contribution from Ryan Currie at Spokeo. Blogging is an art and it takes practice to really get right. Here are a few tips for bringing more people to your blog, consistently. 1. Find out what people want to read. Self-promote like you’d network for a job.
    [Social Media] Distributor Survey Shows Online Training from Manufacturers Helps.
    How Do You Measure Social Media Success? 50 Power Twitter Tips to Help B-to-B Marketers Twitter: Steps to Insure Success Adding Social Icons Helps Drive E-mail Marketing Campaigns Whats Your Company Value Proposition? Reach Tradesmen Using a Social Media Map STAFDA Convention-Phoenix Category Cloud Marketing Tips Marketing Tools Marketing Trends Social Marketing Traditional Marketing Twitter Uncategorized Theme Contempt by Vault9. recent survey by BlueVolt indicates that distributors who are trained online recommend and sell more. take my survey [link].
    [Social Media] Top 25 Must Read Content Marketing Blogs
    Tips, social media writing advice and strategies for creating great web copy by the first agency to ‘focus on SEO content development.’ The writers at Convince & Convert are ‘social and content accelerators’ who will help you improve your content marketing skills. The marketing industry is diverse and ever changing, and one of the easiest ways to stay on top is to read the most relevant and pertinent blogs. image credit: Flickr. For businesses who blog, content marketing is vital. Content Marketing Institute. ’ 2. Copypressed. The Copybot.
    [Social Media] When Will Marketers Be More Business Focused?
    So, while marketers are using words like "content marketing," "social media" and "mobile apps," the CEO is looking for marketers to act more like. social media. It''s laughable that the vast majority of marketing professionals are still seen as those who spend the money on the TV commercials. Here''s what''s really happening: The c-suite is pushing back (and hard). They''re asking marketers to do more than spend money on advertising they want them to: Get in line with the CEO''s objectives. Help drive organizational change. marketers. business.
    [Social Media] Run Your Own Race
    feel this generation is experiencing the longest “winter of discontent.” It doesn’t help too that the successes of other people are daily being rubbed right off our faces with Facebook and other social networking sites pervading our lives. link] Jason Kristufek's We Media Blog » Blog Archive » Sink or swim [.] Shes a writer, professional speaker, community and social media strategist, and has worked with businesses of all sizes to solve business problems through better communication. It’s an all-too-common thing. Same for you, right? Be brave.
    [Social Media] A Social Networking Theory - Jeff Korhan
    Jeff Korhan - New Media and Small Business Marketing Home About Me Working With Me Speaking Favorites Trends Subscribe « How To Add The New Twitter Tweet Button to Your TypePad Blog | Main | Merging Your Social Media Communities » August 15, 2010 A Social Networking Theory Today I attended a local networking event with my son Zak for incoming freshman from the Chicago area attending The Ohio State University this fall.   It occurred to me that networking is much more effortless these days, and my theory is we can thank social media for this.
    [Social Media] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Christmas Spirit
    Blog post promotion , social sharing, and analytics – a look at what social sharing statistics (numbers of tweets, Facebook likes, etc.) 10 great posts about guest blogging – plus a list of 11 awesome guest posts on social media, blogging, SEO, and more. The recipe for a popular blog post – 27 posts on how to create great content for your blog, and another 15 examples for blogs outside of the social media / blogging niche. Social media and CRM – why you can’t ignore social media anymore. Twitter.
    [Social Media] FREE BOOK: Get Your Copy of What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube
    Think about it, the more of your friends and followers that read this, the less obnoxious posts you might see on social media! Erik Qualman’s new book is What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube and is an excellent resource on producing and protecting your digital reputation. Today through Wednesday (3/10-12) you can get a free copy on Amazon. See below on instructions for reading it on any device. Link to download your free copy:   [link]. How to read a Kindle book on any device:   [link] gp/feature.html?docId= docId= 1000493771. Are you on Twitter?
    [Social Media] Do you know who you're selling to?
    But for many of us -- in this world of social media, consumer driven content and a 24/7 world -- we start talking to our customers before they're even on the radar screen as a customer. Selling isn't a one size fits all proposition.  I'm not telling you anything new when I say -- the more you know about your prospect, the better the experience for all concerned. We've all read the sales books that talk about being observant when you walk into someone's office.   RainToday ran a very smart article that talked about the 8 buyer personas. Gradual Greg.
    [Social Media] Top 10 People Who Influence What Americans Buy
    Despite the fact that glitz and abundance are alive and well in mainstream media (think: Bravo’s The Real Housewives and E!’s As part of that, we are embracing brands that uphold these new ideals, brands that provide quality and value in their services and products, but are also environmentally friendly and socially responsible.&#. The socially driven campaign allows individuals and organizations to post their philanthropic ideas on, where the general public votes for their favorite initiatives to be funded. Suze Orman. Indra K. Nooyi. Ellen DeGeneres.
    [Social Media] Are you dreaming of a boho business?
    Check out people you admire on social media and see where they’re hanging out. Strategy Stuff Business networking business support business tips Social NetworkingYou know when you go on a diet and there’s always someone who tries to make you have a slice of cake? Or when you take up exercising they try and persuade you to stay at home with them in the warm instead of going out running? When people do things like this it’s usually because they’re worried that they’ll somehow lose the you they know and love. overheard a conversation recently. Two people discussing their 9-5s.
    [Social Media] Help make “Open Leadership” a bestseller - Founder of Altimeter.
    It includes a case study of how the American Red Cross was able to become more open and embrace social technologies — and in so doing, activated a distributed fundraising machine using primarily social media. Home Blog Open Leadership Groundswell Resources Engagements News About Charlene Help make “Open Leadership&# a bestseller I’m looking forward to finally launching my new book, Open Leadership. The official launch date is Monday, May 24th which is right around the corner. I So a big thank you! Now it’s time to celebrate, and to get the word out.
    [Social Media] Content Week: An Interview with Chantelle Ellem of Fat Mum Slim – Where Does She Find Post Ideas?
    Chantelle Ellem is a blogging powerhouse – if you’ve not read her blog Fat Mum Slim , then you’ve probably seen her pop up in your social media feeds with her Instagram Photo A Day challenge. If that wasn’t enough content for you, she also creates most of the Photo A Day prompts each month that sparks the creativity of social media photographers everywhere. Over her five years of blogging, she’s not only come up with almost two thousand post ideas, but she has also written for leading Australian parenting websites, magazines and blogs. What do readers want?
    [Social Media] Defining a Strategy To Use Content In B2B Marketing
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Improve Organizational Efficiency via Social Media-Part II Roskilde Festival is on Foursquare » Defining a Strategy To Use Content In B2B Marketing Posted by admin Jul 1st, 2010 Tweet Mindjumpers collaborates with bloggers associated with the Social Marketing Forum. This guest blog is written by J-P De Clerck , who is an experienced interactive marketing journalist and blogger. What is often missing in B2B content marketing is a strategy.
    [Social Media] Community doesn't mean hippie love by John Haydon - Danny Brown
    About the author: John Haydon advises non-profits and small businesses how to implement inbound marketing strategies with the social web and social media marketing strategies. You might also like: Why Bloggers Need to Protect Their Blog Community Why John Haydon Rocks – Literally The Power of Community – A Social Media Success Story by Hessie Jones Tags: guest posts , john haydon , social media community 17 voices - share yours! Id say not.-= Ari Herzog´s most recent blog post.Why Social Media is Not For Asses and Bubble People =-.
    [Social Media] Which Metric Should Small Businesses Be Concentrating On
    The same can be said for SEO and social media marketing. Pay-per-click, search engine optimization and social media marketing are not always the best channels for some businesses. Online marketing has, to a certain extent, blinded many business people to some of the simpler rules of business. Analytics is one area where the online world often seems to have different rules than an offline business. What’s the most important metric for a small business. Traffic? Conversions? Search rankings?
    [Social Media] Discipline The Key To Building A Successful Online Small Business
    The same can be said for a blog or a social media campaign. We often see “fads” in the SEO and social media marketing world that work very well for one business but do absolutely nothing for another business. To be successful at anything, you need discipline. When it comes to the online world, discipline is what separates the successful from the unsuccessful.  In its broadest terms, marketing is the single most important aspect of an online  business. I say broadest since SEO, PPC and many other activities could come under the marketing umbrella.
    [Social Media] PR needs to Focus on Conversations
    Obviously PR firms could add “digital media” as a compliment to “traditional media” but upper management doesn’t care about digital media. PR should be trying to help us OWN as much digital media land as we can – that specifically relate to the conversations that are important for your company to be a part of. By extension we also want emerging conversations on Social Media’s impact on Business Communications (perhaps that is a Tier 2 conversation) or even further out, the impact of Video on Business Communications (perhaps a Tier 3 conversation).
    [Social Media] Be An Advocate For Your Consumer
    Marketing for human beings. I''m often asked why I fell so head over heels in love in social media. While these platforms and channel enable brands to create a myriad of media, content and opportunities to engage, it still feels like we''re doing little more than advertising to the masses. media. social media. Who doesn''t want their brand to be more likeable? Ultimately, we are in service of other people. This makes a lot of marketing skeptics shake their collective heads in disbelief, but it is true. It is how I feel. something better. something new.
    [Social Media] Breaking A Goal Into Metrics | Brass Tack Thinking
    Start with the Objective Sample Objective: Use social media to increase new subscriptions to our email newsletter via the website by 15% in the first quarter. If the steps above seem daunting or like too much effort, you’ll need to get help, suck it up, or stop complaining that social media isn’t measurable. image by Mykl Roventine Tagged With: Measurement , metrics , Social media , social media measurement [link] Keith Burtis This is very Comprehensive Amber. The Transformative Nature of Social Media…. It is.
    [Social Media] Believe in Tim Tebow. Follow Tim Tebow.
    That doing social good is the best kind of social media around. ” Social Good: Visit the Tim Tebow foundation here. The greatest gift in life is to give of oneself. This is a mantra in my newest book  Digital Leader. But what is a  Digital Leader ? The The title is somewhat confusing as the book is not about being a technical whiz kid, but rather it’s about how to be a leader in this digitally crazed decade. So, where exactly does Tim Tebow fit in? Tim Tebow with an invited special guest (Source: Tim Tebow Foundation). Items that make a difference.
    [Social Media] Do you know what people say about your brand?
    [Social Media] Targeting Ottawa’s boomers
    The baby boomer generation is an important demographic of consumers who are technology-savvy, use social media and are also still into mainstream media. In addition, approximately half of boomers and a quarter of over 65s use social networking sites, mostly Facebook but some use Twitter too. Integrating digital, social and traditional media is the key to reaching zoomers. Brands use social media for PR. Ottawa Zoomers Show. That’s why last weekend’s Zoomer Show, Ottawa’s first ever, was such a big success. Content marketing is king.
    [Social Media] Using the 'Steal-O-Meter' to Gauge if Stories Steal or Promote
    mail Print Share Share Tweet Using the Steal-O-Meter to Gauge if Stories Steal or Promote In the recent dust-up between the Washington Post and Gawker, Post reporter Ian Shapira "was upset":[link] when his story was excerpted on the media gossip blog Gawker. Some folks say this means Twitter is more of a media company, getting people to pay more attention to its website, where it could serve up more ads. Home Legacy Media Business Social Media Global View Culture Education Embeds Privacy Policy Terms of Use Copyright 2006, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Subscribe to MediaShift.
    [Social Media] Social Pros 21 – Joe Stupp, Chipotle
    This is Episode 21 of the Social Pros Podcast : Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media. Read on for insights from Joe and our Social Media Stat of the Week ( this week : only 33% of people on social networking sites follow a company or a brand on social media sites). Huge thanks to data-driven social media management software company Argyle Social for their presenting sponsorship, as well as Infusionsoft , Janrain , and Jim Kukral at DigitalBookLaunch. Jay : I will be recording Social Pros in spirit. third.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2010
    [Social Media] 15 Reasons Your Business Sucks - Danny Brown
    You don’t consider social media. You might also like: Introducing Social Media to Your Business 7 Ways to Market Your Business on Facebook – Free Ebook Are You Strategic With Your Business and Customers Tags: Business , ignorance , success 25 voices - share yours! MONTREAL and I specifically agree with # 2 You have one way and one way only to contact you, #6 You haven’t updated your website since 2004, and #13 You don’t consider social media.Many businesses who have websites often forget to post more than one way to be contacted. You silo your teams.
    [Social Media] Webinar: Myth of the Fan Page
    Who: Marketing, Advertising and Social Media Executives. Webinar: Myth of the Fan Page. What : Q and A session with Erik Qualman, followed by a demonstration of Loyalty Rewards Platform Bamboo. When : Thursday September 15th, 2011, 2:30 pm Eastern. Where : Click Here to Register. Let’s face it, Facebook Fan pages can be cool, but they are limited in their reach and efficacy. In fact some studies suggest that 90% of the people who “like you&# , never come back! Join us on September 1st, at 1pm Eastern time, for a Q and A with renown speaker and author, Mr. Erik Qualman!
    [Social Media] Facebook Like – I don't like it
    Home Consulting Products and Workshops Boulder Social Media Training How To Use Twitter To Grow Your Business How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Business Sink or Swim Webinar Facebook Tutorial Twitter Tutorial About Grandma Mary Contact me Subscribe Facebook Like – I don’t like it April 21, 2010 What is happening with the Facebook Fan Pages?  This has made Grandma extremely cranky.  It appears that the Like feature is here to stay.  It rolled out Monday, then we went back to fans and now we are back to Liking things instead of becoming a Fan of something.
    [Social Media] Hidden Twitter Retweets
    Home Consulting Products and Workshops Boulder Social Media Training How To Use Twitter To Grow Your Business How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Business Sink or Swim Webinar Facebook Tutorial Twitter Tutorial About Grandma Mary Contact me Subscribe Hidden Twitter Retweets – Don’t Miss Out! It is very anti-social? April 28, 2010 If you are using Hootsuite or Tweetdeck, you will not see all of your tweets that have been retweeted in Twitter.  Some of them are hidden in the web application of Twitter.  That makes me a little cranky. it’s awesome and 2. Phooey.
    [Social Media] How to Become a Content Promotion Genius on Twitter
    But how do you reach out through another powerful social network that’s teeming with prospects? Let’s also assume you’ve integrated social sharing buttons on your blog posts. Once you’ve got these basics down, it’s time to focus on social sharing through Twitter in order to reach network members who could be interested in your product. In my experience, it’s most effective to launch a hybrid social media presence that consists of both automated and organic tweets. There are an abundance of quality social media platforms available for scheduling.
    [Social Media] CNN Story on Online Dating and Online Matrimony in India
    said that I don’t see a dating site working in India, as Indian women are unlikely to post their profiles to it, given India’s rather conservative social context. Gaurav Mishra, director of digital and social media at MSL Group Asia, a communications company, estimated that some 10% of India’s internet users have used a matrimonial website. The founders of Ignighter hope that Indians will find group dating — whereby groups of friends arrange to meet other groups — less risky and more fun and socially acceptable than one-on-one dating.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2010
    [Social Media] Hootsuite Just Took the Lead in Third Party Twitter Apps - Danny Brown
    Instead of just being another cool way to use Twitter, Hootsuite gets you (as a business) closer to the mindsets of your customers by positioning Hootsuite as a social CRM package. This is the kind of information that’s perfect for a social marketing or outreach campaign. Using a mix of usernames and public information, you can check other social accounts as well as what their business skill sets are. You might also like: Using Social Media Right – For You How to Use Blog Lists for Your Social Media Strategy Gen Y Isn’t Leaving Social Media – Are You Ready For Them?
    [Social Media] If Someone Gave You Exactly What You Asked For, Without Negotiating, You Asked For Too Little
    If you liked this post, consider inviting me to speak at a conference or workshop , or asking MSLGROUP to create a social media strategy for your brand. Recently, a colleague told me about his rule of thumb for negotiating business deals: if someone gave you exactly what you asked for, without negotiating, you asked for too little. This rule of thumb feels so wrong to me at so many levels. One, it presumes that what you are offering has no intrinsic value, even in a specific context. You ask for whatever you can get. Two, it presumes that posturing is a given in any business deal.
    [Social Media] The Content Marketer’s Horoscope
    Content marketers are among the most-innovative minds in business today, and may combine their talents for writing, video product, and social media in a single workday. Your Challenge: Everyone can struggle to gain a dedicated audience online, and while the average marketer uses 5 social media sites to distribute content, some networks may be ignored. Solution: Use your natural star power to carve out a niche on a newer social media network, like Slideshare, Quora, or Instagram. March 21-April 19. Taurus. April 20-May 20.  . Gemini. May 21-June 20.  .
    [Social Media] A little bit o' link love (it's what's going 'round)
    jacoBLOG: Everybody Has An Audience Radio consultant Fred Jacobs wrote about another key theme - the notion that the people formerly known as the audience now have audiences of their own - and reflected on what this means for broadcast media professionals. Three Questions with MarketingProfs The lovely, vivacious and wicked smaaht Ann Handley fired off three questions - and I fired back three answers - about the book, leading up to last week's Summer Social webinar. Search Social Media Speaking Trends Video Virtual Worlds Web 2.0 To which I say: thanks guys.
    [Social Media] Create an Opt-In Incentive to Increase Your Email Subscriber Numbers
    Be sure to use the hashtag #TodayNotSomeday when you share your efforts to social media so we can see how you’re all doing. Be sure to use the hashtag #TodayNotSomeday when you share your efforts to social media so we can see how you’re all doing. If you were listening to the previous ProBlogger podcast episode about my top tips for building your email subscriber list , you would have heard me talking about creating an opt-in as an incentive for people to sign up. know this, because I’ve done it myself! What opt-in will you be creating?
    [Social Media] How to Apply a “Customer First” Mentality to Your Ecommerce Business
    But it’s also obvious that emphasis should move to all those touch points that customers have access to: social media networks, in-store aisles, online shopping experience overall, emails (including transactional emails), SMS, phone calls, in-person interactions, etc. You can now send out automated emails when a user completes a certain action on your site or even on your social networks. Each time a fan clicks a relevant link on your social networks, send them an auto-responder email that helps them take the next step towards purchase. Mobile happened. seconds)?
    [Social Media] Who You Are
    And, 165 came here from social media, including 48 from Facebook and 47 from Twitter. According to Google Analytics , 923 people visited my blog during the month of January 2015. With a wonderful 7% bounce rate (indicating 93% of you are reading more than one page), there was a total of 1,115 sessions. session is a visit. If you visited my blog every day, that’s 30 sessions. If you visited once, that’s one session. Many returned. You come from many countries… …and cities of the world… …with different browsers… …and operating systems.
    [Social Media] Social Networking In Your Face
    Jena Kingsley is the latest in a series of comedians to poke fun at social networking systems by forcefully interacting with people in public places and proving that our online lives are silly when taken literally. The lingo and the descriptive language, such as friends on Facebook vs connections on LinkedIn, frustrates my students when I explain the basics of social media. Media culture identity networking Youtube Facebook has a little-used function called a poke. You can then ignore it or poke me back. Or poke anyone else.
    [Social Media] 11 Characteristics I Look for When Hiring Writers for My Blogs
    little digging into their history online in both of the cases that I’m thinking of reveals that they have a history of starting projects and not sticking at them (with a long string of inactive blogs, sites, social media accounts that started with a flurry but didn’t last. These are the applicants who use their test posts to link back to their own blogs, eBooks and social media accounts in every paragraph rather than using the post to showcase their expertise and helpfulness – which in turn will make our readers want to check them out.
    [Social Media] How Content Platforms Inspire Internal Stakeholders to Blog More Often
    And we’re tasked with understanding how social media, SEO, email marketing, native advertising, display, programmatic, video marketing, and PR work together for a single campaign. As I looked for ways to encourage people at Skyword to become regular bloggers, where I’m now the marketing content specialist who runs the company’s media site The Content Standard , I found myself thinking about the mission statement I created almost four years ago. Example: People have more power on the Web than traditional media sites today. Image via Growth Hacking.
    [Social Media] Join Europe's Top Community Professionals In London (Speaker list)
      The 2009 UK general election was dubbed by several newspapers as 'the mumsnet election' In 2010, Justine Roberts was named in the Guardian Media's power 100 and in 2013, Justine (along with Mumsnet cofounder Carrie Longton) were ranked as the 7th most powerful person in the United Kingdom by Radio 4.   Joe is the author of numerous academic papers, including the community health index, which have been published in MIT Sloan Management Review, the journal of computer media communications, and many others.  We have 16 of these remaining.
    [Social Media] Epic Content Marketing
    In fact, one could argue that content marketing is the new social media. social media. Episode #389 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. It there is one new service marketers felt that they had to wrap their heads around in 2013, it was content marketing. Joe Pulizzi is riding this wave for all that it''s worth. Plus, there''s is no one better than Joe Pulizzi to help us navigate through the noise. Pulizzi is the founder of the Content Marketing Institute and SocialTract. Enjoy the conversation. blogging.
    [Social Media] Search Trend Optimization for Evergreen Content
    Here’s another example: this past weekend both Google Trends and Social Mention were showing multiple trending phrases around “pumpkin carving patterns&# and “jack-o-lantern templates&# : It doesn’t take trend tools to realize that pumpkin carving searches rise sharply around Halloween. Search trend and social media data is useful for optimizing specific pieces, developing new content ideas and ongoing editorial planning. Monitoring search trends and hot topics for keyword targeting and content ideas is a common practice among publishers these days.
    [Social Media] How to Make Your Blog Look Attractive in No Time
    Or perhaps you notice all the other startup’s company blogs have generic logos or that everyone in your niche is sharing the same content on social media. Creativity doesn’t have to be grandiose – it can be as small as a rare social media link graphic or a dash of humor in your About Me page. Use original marketing techniques and social media posts so you continuously communicate your ability to re-imagine the typical ways of doing things. This is a guest contribution from Daniel Glickman of Emaze. Appearance matters. Some questions to ask yourself….
    [Social Media] 11 Tips to Breaking Bloggers Block Through Solving Reader Problems
    Use Social Media to Gather Questions/Problems (this is a gold mind – just do a search on your topic). Have you ever had bloggers block? If so – you’re not alone. Almost every blogger I’ve ever asked has admitted to having it at least once! Below is some practical tips on how to break through it (including a little homework to action it). Recently I was speaking with a blogger of a ‘ how to ‘ type blog who told me that he’d been struggling over the last few weeks with coming up with things to write about. ” Joseph Sugarman.
    [Social Media] Social Network Bans 5,000 for Being Fat
    As reported by Robin Wauters of TechCrunch social network indicates it has kicked out 5,000 users for becoming too chubby over the Holidays. The network which is based on not letting “ugly&# people in said some photos revealed that some of its members indulged in a little too much eggnog and cookies.  In Trendspotting’s 2010 Social Media Influencers review, Chris Brogan , author of Trust Agents, predicted that in 2010 we’d see more “gate-keeper&# type communities.  By Erik Qualman.
    [Social Media] Why Your PR Firm Is Stuck in the 19th Century
    PR is useless in the 21st Century because everyone is their own personal brand and their own personal media. The gatekeepers took a permanent vacation the minute the media world hit the web and John Q. There are two big areas where PR firms just won’t let go, and are screwing their clients in the process: media relations, press releases and connecting with the media. This world ended with the onset of the social media world. love designing social media and alternate reality games. This is a guest post from Michael Dolan. It’s a rarity.
    [Social Media] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #57
    My friends: Alistair Croll ( BitCurrent , Year One Labs , GigaOM , Human 2.0 , the author of Complete Web Monitoring and Managing Bandwidth: Deploying QOS in Enterprise Networks), Hugh McGuire ( The Book Oven , LibriVox , iambik , PressBooks , Media Hacks ) and I decided that every week or so the three of us are going to share one link for one another (for a total of six links) that each individual feels the other person "must see" Check out these six links that we're recommending to one another: Why I will never pursue cheating again - A Computer Scientist in a Business School.
    [Social Media] Game On by Jon Radoff – Video Book Review
    I really admire Jon Radoff , author of Game On: Energize Your Business with Social Media Games (amazon affiliate link) and serial entrepreneur. His book, Game On: Energize Your Business with Social Media Games , is an awesome read. He is bold. He says exactly who he is: Swashbuckler, adventurer, slayer of dragons, commando, storyteller, Internet entrepreneur; explorer of rabbit holes. share a lot of similar backstory to Jon. Only, he turned his into a huge passion and built many successful companies based on those passions, including GamerDNA , and others.
    [Social Media] Tweeterati #12: The Tweet-sourced Draft of the #FastingBill2011
    While Anna Hazare’s fast struck a chord with India’s social media savvy middle class, Baba Ramdev’s fast has turned into the subject of a humorous Twitter meme. While Anna Hazare’s fast struck a chord with India’s social media savvy middle class, Baba Ramdev’s fast has turned into the subject of a humorous Twitter meme. Gaurav Mishra (@ gauravonomics ) writes about how the social web is changing business and society at The Tweet-sourced Draft of the #FastingBill2011. However, it seems that all fasts aren’t created equal.
    [Social Media] What Jay Z Can Teach You About Building a Brand
    In your case, social media is the most effective platform for you to get your message—your content and, ultimately, your brand—out to your audience. Love him or hate him, you can’t deny that Jay Z is a super savvy businessman with a hint of swagger—maybe a bit more than a hint. (I’m in the love camp, myself.) As a musician, he boasts a record-breaking discography and sold-out tours—including a recent mega tour with wife Beyoncé, which was filmed for HBO. Forbes estimates his net worth this year at $550 million. Clearly, the man knows what he’s doing. Let’s roll with this. 
    [Social Media] Video Presentation Skills - Jeff Korhan
    Jeff Korhan - New Media and Small Business Marketing Home About Me Working With Me Speaking Favorites Trends Subscribe « and You Mr. Jones | Main | Where Do You Get Your News? Recent Comments Seo Services on Typepad vs Wordpress Series - Own Your Blog Jeff Korhan on Authenticity Guidelines Supra Skytop II on A Social Networking Theory Walter Adamson on 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding Walter Adamson on Authenticity Guidelines Jeff Korhan on What Does Your Blog Writing Style Say About You?   Why are these skills essential? You should do the same.
    [Social Media] The Enabling City: A Toolkit For Hyper-Local Collaborative Social Innovation
    If you are interested in participatory governance, urban sustainability, or collaborative social innovation, I recommend that you read Chiara Camponeschi’s toolkit ‘ The Enabling City ‘ Disillusioned by the idea that we can contribute to sustainability only as consumers — by buying {RED}, shopping green, and donating to far-away causes — Chiara has compiled more than forty case studies on hyper-local creative problem-solving by citizens, experts and activists that are making cities more inclusive, innovative and interactive.
    [Social Media] Online Videos 101: Keep It Simple, Stupid
    Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali Online Videos 101: Keep It Simple, Stupid December 9th, 2010 Tweet Guest post by Erin Greenfield Four months ago I splurged on a $350 Panasonic camcorder. Get Shareaholic test Filed under Guest Posts , Social Media | Tags: erin greenfield , flip , johns hopkins , online video tips , seurat | Comments (15) Site settings comment help? But social media doesnt require achingly high production values. Until three weeks ago.
    [Social Media] Citizen Journalism: Who is a Journalist Today?
    According the 2011 State of the Media report, not only do they want to be able to find it and get it fast, they also want to contribute to, and participate in, reporting the news. With apps for different film techniques, and edit software available on phones as well as tablets, the world of media has changed forever. And we certainly saw that as the Arab Spring of 2011 was tweeted and streamed live online, even as the authorities tried to clamp down on the media. Their story got picked up and covered by the mainstream media. What does that mean? Her advice?  
    [Social Media] Flying High Again (With Seth Godin)
    online social network. social media. Episode #340 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Seth Godin is an institution. Normally, in this short paragraph, I do my best to introduce the guest on each episode of the podcast. It would be an insult to Seth Godin to even attempt to try that here. Instead, I'll refer you over to a blog post I wrote on April 26th, 2012 titled, Dear Seth Godin. Enjoy the conversation. blogging. brand. business book. david usher. digital marketing. facebook. itunes. kickstarter. marketing.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 13, 2012
    [Social Media] The Virtual Self And The New Trend Of Self-Tracking
    online social network. social media. Episode #305 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Now, with the ubiquity of smartphones and mobile connectedness, it has never been easier to share with the world our each and every move (look no further than Facebook 's one billion dollar acquisition of Instagram ). And we're publishing our lives. All of the time - in text, images, audio and video - for the world to see. In fact, it's happening more and more with each and every passing day. Enjoy the conversation. blogging.
    [Social Media] What To Do When Everyone’s a Publisher?
    The following post is part of the virtual book tour Maddie Grant and Lindy Dreyer are doing to explore concepts from Open Community : a little book of big ideas for associations navigating the social web. In this post, Maddie provides an excerpt from the book about the new publishing models spurred on by the age of social media. To be clear, the Open Community concept is not about building an online community platform or internal, private social network. But one thing that all of this social interaction has in common is publishing. social media
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010
    [Social Media] A Video After I Voted
    It was so popular, that it’s the third result in Google for “ vote for sale “ My second post was about 10 Do and Do Nots for Social Media Campaigning in the Election , which has some great comments and great advice in at the end from all the collaborators around this blog. aAkRiMiJVaw. If you can’t see the video, click here , or watch it directly on YouTube. In this video I just share a few branding thoughts and community thoughts over voting. They vote according to the overall party. The voting form is black and white.
    [Social Media] Who Needs Anti-Social Travel?
    I recently returned from a trip from Seattle to Nashville. I am involved in launching a new airline applying The Social Value Game to a legacy industry.  The The objective of this venture is to match a fleet of 15,000 private jets to social media networks for efficient door-to-door travel. The start-up is largely founded on the premise that a dismal travel experience is a dismal social experience. Who Needs Anti-Social Travel? Here is how my trip from Seattle to Nashville went using Commercial Airlines: 11:00 I get in my car and leave home for a 1:00 Boarding.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2011
    [Social Media] The Case For Myspace
    In June 2006, Myspace became the most popular online social networking site in the United States. Many people thought that our world had gone insane when Rupert Murdoch 's News Corporation (the parent company of Fox Broadcasting and many other media companies) bought eUniverse (the owners of Myspace) for $580 million in July 2005 only to sell Myspace (which was valued at $327 million in the initial sale) to Specific Media for $35 million in June 2011. learned about new media during those six years? What do the other mass media news companies need to succeed?
    [Social Media] Blog Post Idea: How I Do It Posts
    For example I recently shared a screen cast of my social media workflow and how I keep my dPS Facebook page running and in another post shared an exercise I do in Google Analytics. Recently  I shared a simple technique that I use to come up with ideas to write about on my blog – answering a beginner question. While not really rocket science I had a number of readers contact me privately with thank-you messages appreciating the nudge to write that type of post. Today I’d like to suggest another simple technique for coming up with blog post ideas. How I did (or do) it.
    [Social Media] What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?
    Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964? Leave a Comment Subscribe (1-2 posts per week) Connect with Me Recent Posts Which News Sites Get the Most Social Media Engagement? by Adam Sherk on September 22, 2010 Was Time magazine “scurrilous and utterly shameless in its willingness to distort” in 1964? So what was up with Time magazine in 1964? As a side note, Define provided consulting to for several years. So I have first-hand knowledge that they seem pretty ok nowadays. No way!!
    [Social Media] SEO: The Must-Dos That You Just Can’t Miss
    In fact, the data backs this up – social sharing half-lives across networks are <7 hours. The vast majority of content consumed on the web isn’t actually found through social media. In fact, the largest driver of traffic to web content (outside of direct navigation) is still the same source it was 3, 5, and 10 years ago, and remarkably, in spite (or perhaps in part because) of the rise of social & mobile, this source is still growing. The vast majority of visitors who come via social have a browsing-focused intent. There is another way.
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