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    [Twitter] A Conversation To. Engage With Grace
    Follow on Twitter #EWGIt's not a revelation that social media occurs in the digital conversations of the Internet. However, some find it strange that conversations with people who might be more of an acquaintance than one we might call a "friend" often lead to important ideas. It can be easier to open discussions in the world of blogs, tweets or Facebook where your thoughts fly into cyber space. Sitting across a table, where body language and facial experssions can immediate challenge your views, before words are even spoken can be a big risk. Maybe. You might have a similar story.
    [Twitter] Why I Stopped Accepting Guest Posts, and Why You Should Too!
    Over time, my brand evolved from just a twitter handle to an embodiment of the professional I’m aspiring to become. About three months ago, I stopped accepting guest posts on From two to three per week, to zip, zilch, nada. In a move that seems counter-intuitive, I took a stand against prior assumptions and am now refining the brand I started slightly over a year ago, which includes ending guests posts. If you’d like to know why, and learn how my reasoning may apply to your blog or website, continue on…. The guest blogging shop is closed. Images via Flickr and Flickr.
    [Twitter] The No Fly Zone (Except Exodus)
    Last year I gave away Twitter header images as a holiday giveaway. We are in the midst of that rare holiday season when Christmas and New Years both land on a Wednesday. People are enjoying vacations throughout the two weeks, forcing many non-retail businesses into a no fly zone. Little can be done until the new year begins and folks return to work. Like most entrepreneurs, my business will be coasting through these weeks with one exception. I’ll be giving Exodus away for free on the Kindle from December 24 through the 28th. This year, it’s the novel. hope you enjoy the book!
    [Twitter] How to Fight For More Social Media Resources In Your Company
    report that shows total number of Twitter impressions. Paradox: in an age of technology advances being gobbled like Pez, marketing and customer service are somehow getting more labor-intensive, not less. Social media and the rise of self-serve content requires that we actually attempt to fulfill the decades-old promise of 1:1 marketing – winning hearts and minds a few at a time with unprecedented relevancy and transparency and humanization and speed. And that takes time. Flickr Photo by Doc_Brown. And that’s where the problem starts. The Social Media People Problem.
    [Twitter] A Month With BufferApp
    On the recommendation of BufferApp from Misty Belardo I have incorporated BufferApp into my Twitter routine—my Routwine, if you will. service like BufferApp can be very useful in the strategies of bloggers and online marketers who are looking to leverage the social power of Twitter to share information. The great thing about it is how easy it makes queuing up a list of tweets that can potentially reach more people with similar interests to you—which can, at the very least, increase your Twitter reach, drive traffic, and raise your social influence. Key features.
    [Twitter] A Search for Identity … Whither Public Relations?
    He blogs at A Professor’s Thoughts , and he’d love for you to talk to him on Twitter. Guest post by Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA. stumbled into the field of public relations some 40-plus years ago so … The obvious … and first … response is “a lot.” After all, when I was a public affairs intern working for the US Army a million years ago, a remarkable piece of technology appeared that made it possible to transmit the written word via a telephone line to remote and exotic locales. Our objective for a client or employer remains the same.
    [Twitter] Cause Marketing Not At Best, But Still Effective
    One hundred thirteen respondents from our general nonprofit and marketing communities on Twitter answered basic questions about the state of cause marketing in the United States. Results from our Network for Good/Zoetica cause marketing best practices survey yielded some interesting results. Of the respondents, 51 percent of them said their organization had participated in a cause marketing campaign in the past year. Only 21 percent of respondents felt that companies are doing a good job partnering with nonprofits. Sixty percent did not think companies effectively reported results.
  • LOUIS GRAY  |  MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2011
    [Twitter] Cliqly in Alpha: Visual Interface, Filters for Top Tech News
    With simple tools like and others, you can even have them automatically generated from the social connections you have on Twitter and other networks. Curated news sites are so prevalent, it seems practically everybody has one. But there's still room for ingenious alternatives that play with highly visual layouts, filters, search and personalization. It looks like we're close to having a new one on our hands with the imminent launch of, currently ruminating at the longer domain of [link] , which rolls out top tech news in a tiled format, searchable by keyword.
    [Twitter] Why Manufacturers Should Use Both Email and Social Media to Reach the Professional Tradesman
    By using traditional methods like trade shows, PR and direct mail along with social tools like YouTube, SlideShare, Facebook and Twitter, you can start identifying potential customers and start gathering email addresses for your database. Over the past several years, marketers have been focusing more of their efforts (both time and money) on social media. Especially in the manufacturing B-to-B space, social certainly has a place to help set you up as an expert in your field of expertise, but it won’t replace more traditional ways of communicating like email. Your email!
    [Twitter] Alicia on Dream Corner, London’s OnFM 101.4
    Viv and I had a lot of fun talking about social media and how Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and blogging can help small and local businesses promote their goods and services to a wider audience, creating a stronger community network. I was pretty nervous about being on the radio let alone being interview for an hour! Last month I was a guest at Dream Corner, a weekly radio show inspiring women of all ages to follow their dream and passion. The show, hosted by Viv Oyolu, airs on London’s independent radio station OnFM 101.4. Viv made me feel really comfortable.
    [Twitter] What is More Social: Playing With Your Real Friends or Making.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Game Review: I Like How Booyah is Blending Social Gaming and Social Entertainment with Nightclub City Niche Social Networks Turn to Social Gaming and Social Entertainment » What is More Social: Playing With Your Real Friends or Making Friends With Strangers You Are Playing With? Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again!
    [Twitter] Vine: 10 Creative Video Ideas for Your Business
    Vine may not be HUGE right now when you compare it to the mammoths like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, but there is something to be said for it’s place in the future. Even if your base is not one Vine, you can share the videos on Facebook Fan Pages and on Twitter. Think Vine is just a fad for tweens and young adults? Perhaps it is…for now, but not for long. When you take a look at the following stats you can see that integrating an online video component into your overall social media strategy will be imperative for growth over the next 5 years. billion  in 2016.
    [Twitter] #measurePR Recap (July 2015): Internal Communications
    August #measurePR Twitter chat announcement. Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn #measurePR Recap (July 2015): Internal Communications. The July edition of #measurePR focused on an area most PR pros don’t often think about: internal communications. And I was delighted that three extremely experienced practitioners – you might even call them legendary (or on their way) made the time to join us:  Shel Holtz of Holtz Communication,  Dr. Julie O’Neil of the TCU School of Journalism, and Dr. Barbara Gibson of Syracuse University London. measurepr. measurepr. measurepr.
    [Twitter] 3 Strategies to Leverage Social Media During Major Sporting Events
    As the stadium’s 30-minute blackout halted the event and the viewers’ ’second screen’ became the primary focus of attention, Oreo seized the opportunity to engage Twitter users live. The Tweet wasn’t terribly innovative or eye-catching, but it was completely relevant to the moment for thousands of Twitter users. Reacting quickly to real-time events in sports gives brands a chance to utilize the essence of what social media sites like Twitter are all about— giving users a space to engage in virtual conversation about what’s relevant at the present moment.
    [Twitter] Dark Social – We only See The Tip of the Social Media Iceberg
    Twitter Aim to Regain Momentum with New Video & Group Message Features. A recent report from Radium One shed some light on the concept of “Dark Social”. dominant but seldom discussed force in online sharing. Among other things the research showed that 32 % of people who share content online would only share via Dark Social. It represents up to three times the social sharing activity of Facebook alone. What is Dark Social? The term Dark Social was first coined back in 2012 by Alexis C. Challenge. Short URLs. Share” – Buttons. Content Creation – From Quantity to Quality.
    [Twitter] Guest post: Use social media and personal relationships to boost referrals
    Based on those findings you really have nothing to lose by sharing details about upcoming trade show and expo events through your blog and use the platform to create a buzz—and don’t forget to share your posts via other social outlets including Facebook and Twitter. You can effectively create a buzz around your booth and on social media by using a tool like Storify or Twitters Custom Timeline feature and a projector screen. Find these people and their companies on Twitter and Facebook during or after the event and send them a message. His bio is at the end of the article.
  • DIGIGEN  |  TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2010
    [Twitter] How the New Spotify Will Create A Profit
    We have seen Twitter add embeddable tweets – I will be posting about this later. The new shareable Spotify lists, the connectivity with Facebook, and the ability to upload your playlists from iTunes isn’t simply an iTunes killer, its a market leading innovation. think this new move will see Spotify rake in the profit and these are the reasons why: 1) Creating shareable playlists means they can tap companies even further into your social graph. It could even then cross-match this against other interests in your profile based on the use of Facebook like functionality.
    [Twitter] Is Google Turning Into a Social Media Company?
    Perhaps Google’s stiffest competition in the immediate future is not Bing and Yahoo, but rather it’s Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, etc.  One of the most powerful items about Twitter is the ability for companies to go to and put in relevant brand or product terms and being able to have insight into what is being said about their product or service.  This is one of the main drivers behind why Facebook has been adjusting some of their platform to be more in sync with Twitter.  Facebook understands there is “gold” in these conversations.   .
  • ADAM SHERK  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2009
    [Twitter] Great Example of a Multimedia News Article from
    The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook: 2010 Season Pew Research News Survey: Findings on Search Engines, Social Networks and Twitter Why the News Business Isn’t Profitable Categories Public Relations Publishing SEO Social Media Popular Posts The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases Facebook Pages: Which News Sites Get the Most Engagement? Today I came across a great example of how to incorporate video and other multimedia content into a news article. So far Google seems to agree. What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?
    [Twitter] Fourth of July @ Your Own Pace
    For example will your current tonality on Twitter work in MySpace? In my adopted home town of Atlanta, Happy Fourth of July begins with people waking before dawn. Well.not so much for me or Max but for many of my friends who run, jog, walk and sometimes skip (well someone must skip!) down Main Street in Atlanta to participate in the Peachtree Road Race. For the awe inspiring 88 year old Betty Lindberg  this year marks her 24th Peachtree Road Race. Toss of a pink boa to you Betty! People find their own pace. . People find their own pace. . People find their own pace. .
    [Twitter] How is the Government Using Social Networking to Promote Obamacare?
    The Obamacare administration has developed its own Twitter account. The Twitter account sends out educational and information tweets about how many people prove to be signing up and any changes that are taking place on the government website. The days of the President offering a weekly radio address only are long over. The government is now turning to the most up-to-date social media channels to promote Obamacare. Turning to Social Media. Complications with the Obamacare website have led to a lot of criticism. A lot of critics are expressing their displeasure via social media.
    [Twitter] How Small Businesses Should Utilize the Underdogs of Social Media — A Deeper Look at Snapchat and Reddit
    Facebook and Twitter are arguably the most popular social networking sites of the last decade. While Facebook and Twitter will remain popular for a long time (and quite possibly the long run), small businesses should look to platforms like Reddit and Snapchat for alternative digital marketing distribution. With the amount of people using this social media outlet, it is important for small businesses to take note: move away from the rigid belief that social media marketing equates to simply creating facebook and twitter accounts.
    [Twitter] Pinterest Review: What is So Pinteresting About Pinterest?
    Once you get your invite, you can use either your Facebook , or Twitter account to set up a new Pinterest account. You may or may not have heard, but there is a new social media site called Pinterest. Unlike other social media sites where the main focus is to build a profile, with Pinterest, the emphasis is on “pinning” pictures that interest you to your various pin boards (hence the name Pinterest). From there, you can vote up pinned pictures, or make comments. Getting started with Pinterest is easy, but getting in is not quite as simple. Pictures of Me, Things I Love, etc.).
    [Twitter] Emergent Collaboration Vendor Review: Jostle
    If you are vendor that would like to participate, please contact me (email is in the sidebar as is the twitter link). It also features a tight integration with LinkedIin and Twitter, and supports single sign on (SSO). On Friday’s I’ll be reviewing a vendor in the emergent collaboration space and will provide an overview on that vendor which includes aspects from leadership and vision to technology and market focus. Every post will cover the same elements for different vendors. This week I’m taking a look at Jostle. spoke with Brad Palmer, the CEO of Jostle. Support. Pricing.
    [Twitter] How To Be Remarkable: Represent the Dreams and Desires of a Community
    If you would like to interview me for a story or invite me to speak at a conference , please e-mail me at , call me at +91-9999856940, or connect with me on Twitter. In a recent post, I said –  if you want people to talk about you, become remarkable — and mentioned three mantras for being remarkable, for people and for brands: 1. Be intentional in who you are and what you do. 2. Represent the dreams and desires of a community. 3. Live and tell a compelling story. The first mantra for becoming remarkable: be intentional in who you are and what you do.
    [Twitter] How To Be Remarkable: Live and Tell Compelling Stories
    If you would like to interview me for a story or invite me to speak at a conference , please e-mail me at , call me at +91-9999856940, or connect with me on Twitter. In a recent post, I said –  if you want people to talk about you, become remarkable — and mentioned three mantras for being remarkable, for people and for brands: 1. Be intentional in who you are and what you do. 2. Represent the dreams and desires of a community. 3. Live and tell a compelling story. The first mantra for becoming remarkable:  be intentional in who you are and what you do.
    [Twitter] How to Use Social Media for Crisis Management
    Several popular social media networks, including Facebook and Twitter allow instant SMS messages to be sent through the websites. Set up the network properly: Make sure that the emergency number is linked up with Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks that are used by your organization. If used properly, social networks can also be used to inform your employees on time about any emergency situation. Let us suppose a fire has broken out in one of your stores, before office hours. So, by sending out an SMS, you can ensure that your employees remain safe from potential dangers.
    [Twitter] Social Media has Changed the Ways We Do Business
    Like them or not, social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have once again transformed the way that people communicate, and in the process, have changed the way that businesses conduct commerce , handle public and consumer relations, and promote brand identity. Of all the technological developments to be born in the first decade and a half of this century, it can be argued that the one to have the largest impact on business is the social platform. Complaints are suddenly very real and very conspicuous, and businesses ignore them at their own risk. Featured Socialnomics
    [Twitter] For the First Ever Social Customer Relationship Management is Coming to Blog World Expo!
    Just so you know we’re not going to be spending our time talking about Twitter and Facebook as sticking to a particular channel is a bit irrelevant. I’m very excited to announce that for the first time Blog World Expo (the world’s largest social media conference) is going to be introducing Social CRM into their agenda mix and I was fortunate enough to be asked to lead that session. I’m also very excited to announce that joining me on stage will be Brent Leary from CRM Essentials. Statistics and numbers showing a change in customer behavior and expectations.
    [Twitter] Reputation Management Is Becoming Increasingly Important For Businesses & Individuals
    The increased use of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter and review sites such as Trip Advisor have created a platform for users to share positive and negative experiences online. Reputation management is a hot topic at the moment as recent articles covered by the Guardian and the Telegraph highlight the importance of controlling business and individual’s online reputation. The reputation and image of any business is significantly important to the success of the company due to the impact this can have upon sales.
    [Twitter] Has social media burned PR bridges?
    While having 10,000 Twitter followers or 25,000 subscribers to your blog’s RSS is nice, they are meaningless unless you can produce meaningful results for your company. There is no question that social media is the most useful innovation or tool for the public relations industry. It has leveled the playing field and allowed easier access to reporters for public relations pros. This has also served as the catalyst for more meaningful relationships between journalists and flacks. That is great for the industry and clients hungry for coverage, but social media also has a dark side.
    [Twitter] Run Your Own Race
    blog comments powered by Disqus Search Brass Tacks About the Authors Amber Naslund Amber Naslund (@ambercadabra on Twitter) is a communications and business strategist and the Director of Community for Radian6. McMahon Tamsen McMahon (@tamadear on Twitter) is a communications and branding strategist who consults, writes, and speaks in service of helping people and organizations make change happen. It’s an all-too-common thing. The trouble is that everyone’s story is utterly unique. How I “got&# where i am is totally different than someone else. This week, Inc.
    [Twitter] When All You’ve Got Is a Hammer, You’ll Break Your Blog To Pieces
    Some bloggers seem to be everywhere – they have active profiles on Facebook and Twitter, they blog, they email, they comment, and they use every new technology and channel as it becomes available. We see this all the time – for example, with blogs that insist on readers subscribing to updates using only email, or only RSS, or not on Twitter – whatever tool the blogger is comfortable using. There’s a big difference between the two – in one case, you need to get really comfortable with Twitter, and in the other you just need to get some automated technology put in place.
    [Twitter] Stats: The Internet in Charts - The Steve Rubel Stream
    He can be found on Twitter and Facebook as well. The Steve Rubel Stream Edit Delete Autopost 16 Sep 2009 Stats: The Internet in Charts I love charts and graphs. So, here are a bunch of them that crossed my screen today. found these all fascinating and I thought you would too. From Digital Inspiration. From The Next Web. From Visualizing Global Brand Data. stats Permalink Tweet Comments 23 Comments Sep 16, 2009 Darren Herman said. Love this. Steve, great compilation. Sep 16, 2009 Stacy Stone said. Sep 16, 2009 Rikin said. Great stuff Steve. Whered you happen to find these? Great charts.
    [Twitter] Why Yik Yak Makes Sense to Me and Snapchat Doesn’t
    Is Snapchat a zeitgeist, a reaction to the over-indexing of Twitter and Instagram by companies and data spiders? Yik Yak has received a lot of media attention as of late , most of it negative from fearful adults. One psychiatrist [on Fox News] called it the most dangerous form of social media. Funny. Yik Yak offers the most obvious form of social media to me, much more so than other youth-driven apps like Snapchat. Yes, the critics are right. It allows people to be as mean as they want to be without repercussion, and that’s why everyone is afraid of it. And Then There Is SnapChat.
    [Twitter] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & A Slow Loris
    Also, be sure to follow him on Twitter @jasonphines or Google+ ! Be sure to follow Kristi on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+. This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, freelancing, SEO, and social media on The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have seen on Google+ , retweeted on @kikolani , and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Blogging / Content. This is a myth. Here’s why. Uncomfortable, awkward moments rarely lead to sales. Business / Career. Freelancing.
    [Twitter] This Week in Infographics: It Pays to be Smart
    For example, Starbucks comes in first place when it comes to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. This week we have quite a few infographics for you. Most of them have to do with being smart, hence the title. Well, not so much about being smart, but making the right decisions. The first infographic breaks down the DNA of a successful book. There are three categories of a book that are important for it to become successful: content, genres and readers. Next up we look at the top restaurants in social media. Next we look at how summer impacts infrastructure. Source: Best RN to BSN.
    [Twitter] When You Are Graded as a Facebook Friend
    Related articles you may enjoy: LinkedIn MySpace Facebook Twitter Time. Questioning Why I Still Use Twitter. There is a Facebook application which grades your level of friendship in accordance to the number of times you interact. Your score increases with each comment and every time you smile. Is this why you said yes to a friend request? Whatever. Don’t take it seriously. It’s just an application. Thank you for reading! If you are inspired to add a comment with your thoughts, please visit When You Are Graded as a Facebook Friend in your browser. Media Facebook
    [Twitter] Law Enforcements Turn to Social Media to Better Protect Public, Solve Crimes
    In a recent move, the FBI turned to tweeting (Twitter) and sharing (Facebook) photos involving a late New Mexico man who was convicted of sexually torturing his victims. Authorities used images from Facebook and chatter on Twitter as just two examples of ways to find out who some of those responsible for the crimes were. Whether it is solving crimes or alerting the public to dangerous conditions, more and more law enforcement agencies worldwide are engaging in social media, seeing the benefits it can bring with it. Social Media and Unsolved Mysteries.
    [Twitter] It's Official: Bloggers Are Recognized by the FTC
    Here is a link to a Twitter search for “FTC + Bloggers&# in case you want to follow the conversation there. I am happy to see many of my colleagues welcoming this – as we are talking not about limiting free speech here but regulating commercial speech and influence. link] #socialmeda #howto This comment was originally posted on Twitter roxannedarling October 6, 2009 at 7:37 am Bare Feet Blog It’s Official: Bloggers Are Recognized by the FTC: As I have been discussing here. Today on Beach Walks with Rox Testimonials from Twitter aaavious @kierantong Yes it was good!
    [Twitter] Guest post: 3 reasons your website needs work
    Learn more about him by visiting @KenneyMyers on Twitter. The following is a guest post by Ken Myers. His bio is at the end of the article. Getting a website online is a huge accomplishment, and one that takes quite a bit of work. From learning about coding to finally committing to an online presence, there’s no shortage of things you need to do to successfully make a site go live, and it’s easy to feel like your work is done once the site is up and running. Unfortunately, though, that’s often just the starting point. Once you’ve captured a visitor’s attention, you need to keep it.
    [Twitter] Why I Don’t Like Peyton Manning
    How Twitter Reminds Me Of “Vanilla Sky&#. Digg Digg This goes way back.  I guess to start I need to tell you that I grew up in Tennessee.  (I actually still live here, but that’s not pertinent to this post.). also I feel like I need to tell you that I’m not much of a sports fan. That’s right, get all the fuming and sputtering out of your system, I’ll wait……… Okay, are we good? Back to the point, growing up in Tennessee I was constantly surrounded by people who “bleed orange&# and were “Vols til Death!&#. The Golden Child. Zines.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015
    [Twitter] The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Jen Novotny
    You can find Jen on Twitter , Facebook , Pinterest , LinkedIn , and Google+. By Gini Dietrich. I met Jen Novotny right here in these very comments. communicator by day and mother of three girls by night, she always leaves thoughtful and intelligent comments. So, earlier this year, I sought to learn more. She is smart, she is funny, and she likes the same television shows I do. asked her to sit on the Spin Sucks Inquisition hot seat so you can learn more about her, too. What is the Biggest Mistake You’ve Made in Your Career? will never be someone who buries her emotions! seconds.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015
    [Twitter] Fetching Friday – 23 Posts on Marketing & Productivity
    How To Integrate Social and CRM Data to Improve Your Twitter and Facebook Ads by Nathan Mendenhall. Fetching Friday is back for week ten 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. Four Ways to Increase Social Shares for your Website Content by Greg Miller. Step Content Creation Strategy for Epic Content Marketing by Michael Georgiou. Lessons Content Marketers Can Learn from Traditional Journalism by Aaron Agius. Search Engine Marketing. Social Media Marketing.
    [Twitter] Shop With Social Media in Mind This Holiday Season
    Twitter. Follow your favorite retailers on Twitter. Stay on top of what’s on sale now by checking your Twitter account before you make any big purchases. Holiday shopping is almost like a sport these days. Everyone wants to get the most for their dollar. If you’re looking for ways to save money on your Christmas shopping, social media offers several ways to help you stretch your personal budget. Many retailers tweet about special offers, coupons, and deals. Don’t stop at just following the retailers, however. Facebook. Coupon Sharing Sites. Mobile Apps.
    [Twitter] Open 24 Hours: Marketing Messages Are Everywhere
    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 12 2010 Open 24 Hours: Marketing Messages Are Everywhere By Daniel Hindin | Email | Print | 9 Comments | Guest post by Kris Schindler , managing partner of Start-Thinking. This post was mentioned on Twitter by Molly Fatkin, Molly Fatkin. Have fun. Leave a comment!
    [Twitter] 3 Timeless Copywriting Techniques
    About Us What’s a Maverick? Google Goes Local With Local Search » 3 Timeless Copywriting Techniques Ever wonder how effective copywriters manage to get people to click their links and read their content? It’s really no mystery. It’s not a carefully guarded secret or anything, although some copywriters would have you believe it is. Rather, effective copywriting techniques are a matter of doing the right things in the right way. Then, watch your site visitors drool over your words. They scan them. So write for the scanners. Use short sentences and short paragraphs. Use them.
    [Twitter] Maybe You’re Just Not Ready for Social Media
    Note: A hotel PR representative reached out to me on Twitter when I checked in at the hotel via my Tumblr travelogue, and evidently contacted the General Manager about some of my difficulties – which I had relayed through direct message. Because you can be the most responsive and human company in the world on Twitter, but if you can’t get the shampoo right it all rings pretty damn hollow, doesn’t it? Tweet My Mom is a legendary high school English teacher. Stayed at a new (to me) hotel. I was instantly struck by its panache and wit. Temperature 101.
    [Twitter] Can a Tweet be More Effective than a Super Bowl Ad?
    Ford Motor Company believes that social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter can gain them greater word-of-month opportunities within their target audiences for less money than Super Bowl ads. . “Customers are spending as much time with the mobile smart phone or online as they are watching TV now, so our advertising dollars have to flow to where the people are,&# says Jim Farley, Ford’s marketing chief. But why are companies just realizing this now?  That is true, but when you make new friends, you don’t forget the old.
    [Twitter] Leaving Revenue In The Air
    Some airlines say that social-media outlets, such as Twitter and Facebook, are beginning to disrupt the traditional sales cycle. When commercial airlines do not optimize seat sales they loose money. Historically airlines have looked for “lanes” that have high demand thus insuring increased sales of seat capacity. Now they are using social media to fill seats. Some airlines are sending sales out directly to customers at all hours, making pricing far less predictable each day. After all empty seats represent leaving revenue in the air. What About Private Jet Charters?
    [Twitter] How to Stage a Blog Topic Prison Break
    Hid your trusty twitter columns. I blog about blogging. It was a bad topic choice but it’s what I’m good at. The specific problem with my niche is that the blogging family is incestuous. We all feed on each other’s ideas. In hip hop it’s called biting. We take someone else’s beat, copy it, and twist it up just a bit. Every now and again, somebody comes up with something new. But the drive to publish often encourages phoning it in not quality. but that’s another post). Here’s the sick part. I’ve found that I can spend days surfing the bland sea of me-too blog posts. You in the same spot?
    [Twitter] [BOOK REVIEW] Aaker on Branding – 20 Branding Tips From Marketing Expert @DavidAaker #brands #socbiz
    To learn more about Aaker on Branding , pick up his book or follow him on Twitter ! Now on his ninth book, marketing and branding expert David Aaker (@ DavidAaker ) hardly needs any introduction. Indeed, Aaker has contributed so much so often to the topic of branding that, by his own admission, getting through it all can be “a bit overwhelming.” Enter Aaker on Branding: 20 Principles That Drive Success , a book designed to be both a standalone guide to the current branding landscape and a consolidation of ideas forwarded in his previous works. But how do you make your brand shine?
    [Twitter] Bill Hartzer: Weekly Update for November 1, 2014
    SocialCentive Twitter Marketing Software Free Trial. SocialCentiv is some new Twitter marketing software (it’s really a dashboard) that feeds you Tweets by people. and here’s the post that I wrote about it: Reddit AMA, Ripoff Report, Klout, and Duane Forrester Leaves Bing. Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). Here’s a link to the Reddit AMA, you may want to read it: [link]. Ripoff Report. But it’s back. showed a case of clear spamming by their users.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2012
    [Twitter] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Within Two Worlds
    Twitter Tools to Enhance Your Marketing – Discover these 5 free tools to grow and manage your community and maximize your visibility. Also, be sure to follow him on Twitter @jasonphines or Google+ ! Be sure to follow Kristi on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+. This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, freelancing, SEO, and social media on The Resources Mashup. Blogging / Content. Ways to Find Viral Content Ideas – Want to find content ideas that have a chance at viral fame?
    [Twitter] 4 Fresh Trends in B2B Social Campaigns
    When you think of social campaigns today, don’t think about a single network like Facebook or Twitter. Consumer brands spent the early years of the social boom using campaigns to collect likes, create conversation, and distribute coupons. Meanwhile, B2B marketers sat on the sidelines waiting for social campaign technology to deliver against their more sophisticated needs. In the B2B space, having people follow you is not enough. You have to go beyond likes and simple conversations. That’s changing rapidly. Here are four of the more common, fresh approaches I’ve seen of late. 1.
    [Twitter] What if the future of technology is more sand than silicon?
    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 « Miscellaneous Monday | Main | Whats the price of five dollars? Word of Mouth Workplace Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Flickr Slideshare Personal Blog Verdino Bytes Gremanda Powered, Inc. » What if the future of technology is more sand than silicon?  This is just flat-out smart and cool. Actually, that's not quite true. Let me explain. " I'd love to hear your thoughts. What do you think?
    [Twitter] Day 17: People of color impacting the social web – Brent Leary #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 16 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Brent Leary Twitter: @BrentLeary Website/Blog: [link] Bio Brent Leary is a crm industry analyst, advisor, author, speaker and award winning blogger. He blogs at, and can be found on Twitter at [link] How can we use technology to close the digital divide? As we all know, February is Black History Month. Even though it’s black history month, the goal for 28 Days of Diversity is to feature not just African-Americans but other minorities in the web/tech space. In 2009 he co-authored Barack 2.0:
    [Twitter] The Art of Marketing
    Check them out on facebook and twitter.). Annelise Loevlie loves to laugh, ski, write, do BIZ, create, and a whole lotta other things that won’t fit in a two line bio. This summer I met a man who changed his name because of a book he read. Hans Lysglimt (“Light-Shine”) formally Hans “Something else”, was a stoic, chisel-faced Norwegian who, over a Las Vegas salade Nicoise and a watered down iced tea, brought to my attention the importance of Romance, yes romance, in everything we do. As a self-proclaimed romantic, I was intrigued. Romance is magic. The Allure of Romance. Dance.
    [Twitter] Guest post: Social Media – When sharing is too daring
    In fact, most of the Twitter accounts that have the highest number of followers belong to celebrities. It’s one thing to express an opinion, voice a concern or comment on a hot topic on a platform like Twitter, but if you’re a highly visible person in the media, leaving a trail by tweeting what you’re doing and who you’re with could actually backfire. The following is a guest post by Karen Clark. Her bio is at the end of the article. Social media platforms have this incredible way of connecting people the world over. DO show some restraint.
    [Twitter] Network for Good: Providing digital and social tools for tsunami relief
    You can also follow Network for Good on twitter here and Katya here for updates on the relief efforts. hAf4507-cA0. SM: Hi I’m Simon Mainwaring and I’m here with Katya Andresen , who is the COO of Network For Good. She is doing a wonderful outreach on behalf of the victims of the Tsunami in Japan. Tell us about what NFG is doing in a fundraising capacity. KA: Network for Good makes it easy to give to any of the charities that are providing relief for the victims of the Japanese quake and Tsunami. Exactly where will their money go? Thanks so much.
    [Twitter] Guest Post: 3 Smart Ways for Small Business Viral Growth
    You can see thousands of Twitter updates with word “infographics”. Don’t forget to promote it among your existing customers via newsletters, Facebook, Twitter feeds or offline announcements. Invite your current customer to join your Twitter, Facebook or Google+ pages. About Guest Author : Victoria Kushner is a blogger and PR manager at She writes about top multimedia apps and tech startups. Nowadays everyone is talking about word of mouth promotion success. Viral marketing is a promising method, especially for small business and new companies.
    [Twitter] 4 Detective Tricks to Find Your Customers in Social Media | Social.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search 4 Detective Tricks to Find Your Customers in Social Media June 15th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet For many companies, the conversation has shifted from “why” or “should” we do social media, to “where” and “how” social media should be done. What do I do?” Ask them. Presto! Bingo!
    [Twitter] The 10 Social Media Thoughts You Liked Best
    Surprising Statistics About Twitter in America. The fascination with Twitter has no limit. Tweet Looking back on an exhilarating 2010, I wanted to take a second to just say thank you. No frills, no flourishes. Just thanks. There’s a LOT of places you could go to get you social media and digital marketing fix, an d I’m incredibly honored that you choose to spend time here. As part of my look back at the ~150 posts that appeared here this year, I sifted the top 10 that received the most page views. The 39 Social Media Tools I’ll Use Today. She nailed it. 7.
    [Twitter] Do you still interrupt and disturb your audience too?
    Tweet this on Twitter! Today I’ve had a chat with a sales person of a company. This sales person told me that he has not made a sale in the last three months and is scared about keeping his job. As I knows this sales person I have asked where the problem is, because this sales person is a great seller I was wondering where the problem is? So I started asking! My question : Do you get leads, and if yes how many and how often per week and month? I got the response that this sales person does not get any leads. I can imagine it could be very hard to get customers without any leads.
    [Twitter] Show 458 - Quest for Meaning and Authenticity in Business
    love to hear your thoughts so email me, , join me on  twitter  ,  Google+  or to hear your opinion and ideas. The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social marketing , business ideas and  brand marketing tips  has a new episode. Anna Farmery  speaks with August Turak  who is an amazing guy. He is a successful entrepreneur and award winning author who "attributes much of his success to living and working alongside the Trappist monks of Mepkin Abbey for 17 years". just had to speak to him about his latest book - Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks.
    [Twitter] Listen to the Doers - The Steve Rubel Stream
    He can be found on Twitter and Facebook as well. The Steve Rubel Stream Edit Delete Autopost 21 Aug 2009 Listen to the Doers Last night was among the more memorable of my career. I had the unique opportunity to dine with social media strategists who work for three giants. Joining me were (pictured above left to right) Michael Brito from Intel, Tony "Frosty" Welch from HPs personal systems group and Richard Brewer-Hay from eBay. Note: I consult to Tony and RBH and their companies since they are clients of Edelman.) full summary is here. Sound easy? Its not. love this idea of the "doers".
    [Twitter] The New Enterprise 2.0 Community Manager
    The community doesn’t just include twitter followers or facebook fans but it also includes internal departments and relationships that also need to be grown and maintained in order to help build the social business or “enterprise 2.0″ Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER The New Enterprise 2.0 Community Manager View Comments December 7th, 2009 Most of the time when people or brands refer to a “community manager,&# they are referring to someone that can manage the online relationships for a particular brand. 
    [Twitter] "Will Social Media Change Our Behavior?"
    As more of our customers and clients join social networks and discover that there is frequently a disconnect between channel service (Twitter responses occur in seconds while call center resolutions may take days) and begin to depend on social channels to "talk to the company" will there be an internal conflict for resources? That was the question asked yesterday by one of the professors who attended UGA's (that's the University of GA for anyone not living in the South or not into college football!) social media conference - Connect. the UGAConnect 2009 blog. Here's mine.  But I digress.
    [Twitter] 5 alternatives to Instagram and add-ons to the photo sharing app
    Also lets you share with friends on Facebook and Twitter instantly. Instagram has been “downloaded like hotcakes” since it became available in late 2010 (now for both iphone and android interfaces). The perfect mix of a photo sharing app and social network for those visual fanatics. Currently with over 80 million users, it is still showing Facebook (who purchased it earlier this year) that the purchase was worthwhile and fans are not tinkering off anytime soon. Although it’s not free, it does allow you to upload pictures to instagram and integrates easily. Back that pic up! 4) PicFrame.
    [Twitter] 7 Mind-Numbingly Easy Marketing Changes You Probably Haven’t Made Yet
    The average Twitter click through rate is 1.64 So, try this right now : Post an image to Facebook or Twitter that will work as a standalone piece of content, and that will work well in the middle of a blog post. Nobody in a sane state of mind can say that marketing is “easy,” but the truth is that sometimes we overcomplicate things. It’s easy to become an information addict, thinking that the next piece of knowledge is what we need in order to blow the competition out of the water. The truth is, you probably already know most of the things you need to know to be a great marketer.
    [Twitter] Are You an Accessibility Whore?
    Twitter address. Company Twitter account. Better yet, I wait two days and respond via Twitter direct message. Accessibility is an odd concept. Take a moment and think about it. We all want to give the impression that we’re 100% accessible. Take a look at my signature line for example. Right now it includes the following ways to get in touch with little ol’ me: Office phone number. Email address. Facebook address. Company Facebook address. Google Chat. LinkedIn address. Skype address. mean really? Am I that important? In fact, I think they are used to it. How do you un-plug?
    [Twitter] Social Media’s Role in Expanding Cultures
    More than 500 million people across the world use social sites like Twitter and Facebook every day to share everything from their likes to their opinions on trending topics. Speaking of universal languages, many social sites like Facebook and Twitter feature translation tools that can automatically translate your business’s posts into another language. Social media has quickly become a digital melting pot by bringing cultures from all across the world together. This is a major benefit for society as well as businesses trying to learn about their target markets.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009
    [Twitter] Where Do You Want Your Social Media Press Releases to Live?
    The other stuff included in the release–links to us on Twitter and Facebook–those things, too, live off our site and therefore SEO implications aren’t really a factor. The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook: 2010 Season Pew Research News Survey: Findings on Search Engines, Social Networks and Twitter Why the News Business Isn’t Profitable Categories Public Relations Publishing SEO Social Media Popular Posts The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases Facebook Pages: Which News Sites Get the Most Engagement?
    [Twitter] Why You Should Tweet Your Content Multiple Times
    Different followers are on Twitter at different times of the day, so if you tweet at various times throughout the day, you’ll reach more followers. Online marketers will argue over whether you should tweet your content multiple times or not. Some say you should and others no. The Search Engine Journal ran an article today in favor of multiple tweets. Here’s what they have to say about that. Multiple tweets have a greater chance of delivering more traffic to your website. If you tweet at different times of the day, you can reach multiple time zones.
    [Twitter] How To Replace Google Reader
    You should be promoting your blog posts through social media , and that includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+. If you’re concerned that the demise of Google Reader will kill your blog, rest your eyes. doubt that’s going to happen. In fact, I’m confident that it won’t – especially if you do these three things to increase your blog readership right now. Don’t wait. If you’re not already doing these three things, then you should start doing them right now. It may also mean YouTube, Tumblr, Foursquare, and other social media sites.
    [Twitter] The Cost Of Online Rebranding
    You might, for instance, have to establish a new Twitter account, or rename your old one. If you’ve built a solid online brand and find yourself having to rebrand your business online for one of various reasons, then you should count the cost before you start. Is rebranding really necessary? If it is, there are some definite costs, and I mean beyond the dollars and cents. For instance, if you have to get a new domain name to correspond with your new business domain, then when you redirect your old site to the new domain you’ll likely lose some search engine rankings.
    [Twitter] How Bing And Klout Teamed Up For Your Benefit
    It might even be a way to find new people to follow and connect with on Twitter and Facebook. Bing seems to think searchers want to know the Klout scores of topical experts featured alongside your search results. Maybe they do. Do you? When you search a topic, you get the traditional results, followed by a column of paid results, followed by the Know bar. If you’re logged in through Facebook, the top of the bar are people you follow who “might” know something about what you’re looking for. found this angle to be fun but not all that helpful. This might be helpful. But that could change.
    [Twitter] Does Your Domain Name Need To Be Exact Match?
    Twitter. Is it necessary that your domain name be an exact match for your primary keyword? Many SEOs still believe that it does, and many of them teach their clients that it does. However, many websites have been successful without exact match domain names. Here are a few: Google. Facebook. Yahoo! YouTube. Flickr. Small Business Mavericks. And of course there are plenty more! Small Business Mavericks is not exactly a perfect example, however. That makes the domain name a partial match, not an exact match per se. It could just be collateral damage resulting from other algorithmic changes.
    [Twitter] Offsite Content Marketing
    That includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube, and several others. Content marketing can take place on your website or offsite. In fact, for the best results you should incorporate both onsite and offsite marketing strategies. But where do you find your offsite content marketing sources? That’s a good question. Here are 4 suggestions for offsite content marketing, places where you can publish your content or have others publish content on your behalf. You can write guest content for other bloggers within your niche or that serve the same market.
    [Twitter] Is Social Media Really Free?
    Whether you sign up at Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or one of thousands of social media websites online, it doesn’t cost you anything – most of the time. You’ve likely heard that a DIY social media campaign is free. It doesn’t cost you any money. But I beg to differ. Sure, it’s free to sign up for a social media account. However, it would be a mistake to say that social media marketing is free. Someone has to do the work. If your administrative assistant is the person working your social media for your company, you pay her a salary.
    [Twitter] It’s Not Too Late to Return the Social to Social Media
    In the years since Benioff wrote his manifesto, enterprises have become obsessed with connecting with customers via Facebook, Twitter or other social media, as they then monitor sentiment and measure effectiveness. Follow Marcus on Twitter: @addvocate It’s Not Too Late to Return the Social to Social Media is a post from: Convince and Convert: Social Media Strategy and Content Marketing Strategy. Image via BigStockPhoto. The social industry should be ashamed of itself: Failed promise. Failed mission. We must save ourselves?—?now. His point? driving sales. Emphasis on Empathy.
    [Twitter] A Politician Shows Us How To Do Local Social Right
    But here’s the rest of the story… Justin Johnson is partially crowd sourcing his dining locations, asking his supporters for suggestions on where to eat/have meetings, and then is posting reviews of each restaurant on Yelp and his Facebook and Twitter feeds. I’ve been saying it for years, and I’ll keep saying it: we’d all be better off if we worried more about being social, and worried less about doing social media ( tweet this ). It’s nice to have a new example of this principle in practice. Justin Johnson is a candidate for City Council in Phoenix.
    [Twitter] Kill Flash Now: Worst websites and Australian Agencies
    New on Twitter? Flash sites cannot be read on the iPhone or iPad as Flash is blocked by Apple. Many agencies are guilty of over-Flashing their own websites (and their clients). Have a look at these abominations and tell me: To Flash or Not to Flash, That Is The Question? hate flash. It’s fine for little cute games but a whole website? Blech. Given the war between Apple/Microsoft vs makers of Flash, Adobe, I thought I would have a quick poke around for the worst Flash websites in the whole wide world. Below are some intros that are questionable. ). Amazing site. Oh dear.
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2013
    [Twitter] 3 Tips to Help You Benefit from LinkedIn
    Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter ! Everyone knows LinkedIn as the business social network, but apart from posting your resume, what are a few things you can do to benefit from LinkedIn? There are hundreds of millions of users on LinkedIn, but only a small percentage are using the network effectively. There are certain ways users can benefit from LinkedIn far more than by simply posting a resume online and allowing others to see their skills. Below are three points to keep in mind when using LinkedIn. Follow Influencers. Spend Time in Your Groups.
    [Twitter] Design a Social Media Plan for Home Improvements
    By utilizing Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter at the very least, you will set yourself apart from your competitors. We all know social media has exploded in recent years. What started out as just a way to connect with friends has transformed into a way to keep up with local and world news, find a job, connect with people in your line of business and save money on everything from clothing and accessories to home improvement projects. That’s right, social media can help you save money on your next home renovation or repair. Setting One’s Self Apart From the Competition.
    [Twitter] Green Marketing: Drive a Sustainable Business
    To promote their commitment to sustainability they’ve partnered with media outlets known for taking sustainability seriously and organized Twitter chats with their chief sustainability officer, Gail Klintowrth. By Tom Young As sustainability becomes an increasingly important issue, no business should ignore its environmental reputation, but many companies are confused as to the most effective strategy for green marketing and portraying a company’s green credentials. Luckily we have a lot of great examples to help lead the way.
    [Twitter] #FollowFriday: Nancy Myrland
    Follow her on Twitter , read (and subscribe to) her blog , connect with her on LinkedIn, friend her on Facebook, and get to know her. I have a friend (yes one) named Nancy Myrland. Nancy isn’t going to like it much when I say this, but she is the nicest person on the face of this earth. She’s so kind and generous that she makes you feel guilty just being with her. And she has this wit that comes out of nowhere, which makes it even more funny. mean, she was yelling at the top of her lungs. So I put something witty about it as my status update on Facebook. Hilarious.
    [Twitter] How to move past the virtual disconnect
    For example there is a customer service chat that occurs every Tuesday on Twitter. The benefit of doing so is that you can use it to start developing relationships with people via twitter that you can then draw on as resources for the particular issue you discuss. One of the problems I have with social media is that it can sometimes convey a false sense of intimacy with people you are connected with. There’s a virtual disconnect that isn’t always acknowledged that I tend to think of as out of sight, out of mind. Get into a discussion and start participating regularly.
    [Twitter] TouchDDown! Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces First Vine Ad On A Professional Broadcast
    The Vine will also be shared across Twitter and is meant to be a fun way for Dunkin’ to join the Monday Night Football conversation as the game is happening. Are you ready for some football? Earlier this week, Dunkin’ Donuts debuted the first ad on a professional broadcast created with Vine on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown. Shown as a billboard ad during Monday Night Countdown, the visual was actually a Vine enacting the upcoming coin toss during Monday Night Football with Dunkin’ Donuts hot and iced coffee, plus a festively striped latte “referee”. TouchDDown!
  • ABSOLUTE PA  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014
    [Twitter] Is Pinterest the Right Social Platform For Your Business?
    It’s pretty fabulous and is the third most popular social network out there ( behind Facebook and Twitter ). I’m not going to lie – I love Pinterest. . If you haven’t heard yet, Pinterest is essentially a virtual or online pinboard. It It helps you organise and share pretty things you see on the web. Anyone can see your pinboards, share, comment, ‘like’ an image ( as you would on Facebook ), or re-pin it to their board  (but you can make your pins private, too – more on that below!). So…why Pinterest? That means more traffic to your site.
    [Twitter] My one prediction for 2010: Access denied « Online Community.
    Online Community Strategist Angela Connor on Growing Successful Online Communities Home About Angela Contact Popular Speaking Media Press Tips Subscribe to feed My one prediction for 2010: Access denied December 24, 2009 in social networking | Tags: "2010 predictions" social media predictions , facebook , twitter I hope you’ve enjoyed updating your Facebook status, making connections on LinkedIn, tweeting for the masses and watching YouTube videos from the comfort of your employer’s keyboard, but I think that will change for many in the next year. Great. But that’s us. 
    [Twitter] Is Being Hyper-Connected Making Us More Disconnected?
    ? Phone > Email > Text > MMS > Blogging > Facebook > Video > Twitter > Google+: that’s a quick and dirty look at the basic evolution of our communication channels over the past few years. We’ve grown faster, smarter, more technologically savvy, and more efficient with the tools and services we use to communicate with one another in this digital era. This sort of hyper-connectivity leaves seemingly little time-waste when it comes to responding to one our colleague’s tweets or a friend’s message (or numerous fan page requests) on Facebook. Enjoy this post?
    [Twitter] Big Data, Mobile and Social Media Dominate the Conversations at the 2014 BMA Global Conference
    78% access Twitter via a mobile device. Social media continues to be a key component of the B2B marketing mix, with Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube still being the main ones utilized by B2B marketers. By Matt Sonnhalter, Vision Architect. recently attended the Business Marketing Association (BMA) global conference which was held in Chicago May 28-30, 2014. The largest B2B marketing conference in the world, BMA14 was attended by a record 950 B2B marketers from 450 firms, 33 states and 12 nations. Here are a few themes I saw throughout the entire conference: Big Data. link].
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2014
    [Twitter] How to Stop Bleeding Money with Digital Ad Spends
    If Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter all plan on showing your ads to thousands of people in order to charge you for a handful of clicks, why not let them? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter ! Digital and social advertising are exciting platforms, but there is a lack of understanding that is leading to overspending and underperforming. Advertising on social media and other digital platforms has always been exciting. Between the measurability, the reach and (in most cases) the affordability, marketers and advertisers have had a field day with these platforms. Go the CPC Route.
    [Twitter] Morning Dream
    and Why Google Wave? (1) How to write a Check (1) Real-time Twitter Feed Popular Posts How to write a Check (3541) A Personal Review of Avatar (235) Marketing Fail: iNET Web Case Study (167) #85 Sponsored by GoDaddy: How Fast do you want your money, The Best Advertisement, Intel Quad-core and Plasma TV’s (151) Entrepreneur vs. Employee, Which one are you? She said something and then left. This dream felt so real to me that I wouldn’t have cared if it went forever, though I wish it did go longer. If you don’t know by now, I’m a big Inheritance Cycle fan.
    [Twitter] Facebook Graph Search: Why Investors Shouldn’t Worry
    Similar Posts: Ad Opportunities on Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and Tumblr. Much anticipated, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled this week that Facebook has built Graph Search  – a search engine within Facebook that combines web search with your social graph thus making it possible to search your entire life and those of your friends. Graph Search offers an entirely new way to explore your social life by asking questions in a natural language and even very specific queries. But the investors’ question remains: How will Facebook make money out of it? Continuous Google war.
  • SOCIALFISH  |  MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011
    [Twitter] Top blogger-tastic takeaways from #BWENY
    If you scroll through, you can see that someone was responsible for blogging the event in the comments, meaning that those of us watching virtually could read what was going on as it happened (without the noise of Twitter, since individual sessions were not hashtagged).  We could also, in the second example below, respond to particular things in a threaded way (note that this clearly depends on your commenting plugin). Have a look-see. Live from BlogWorld: Are you reaping the full benefits of user content? – a rundown on SBOSM of a panel with Chris Baggott, CEO of Compendium.
  • SOSHABLE  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2012
    [Twitter] EnemyGraph: Making the Destruction of an Online Reputation Easier
    For years, Facebook, Twitter, and most other forms of social media have had a fairly friendly online culture. While all in good fun, many weren’t to happy with the service, and Twitter was quick to force the developers to shut it down. Sure, on occasion you might come across someone bashing their ex on their Wall or a Tweet from an Exec that should have never gone public, but even these negative statements are met with strong reprimands. Since the release of the app, Rick Santorum, Fox News, and the Westboro Baptist Church seemed to have quickly gained the most enemies.
    [Twitter] The Best Google Analytics Metrics for Social Media Professionals
    “I f you’re in the business world,” Adam says, “and you’re not speaking the language of data fluently, now is a great time to start ” Social Media Number of the Week: 230 Million Omnicon Media Group is reportedly paying Twitter $230 million over the next two years for first access to new opportunities developed by the social network. Tweetable Moments Be known as the expert on your brand and industry. adamsinger Tweet This Creating a Measurement Plan Adam is part of the education team at Google. ” What does that mean? And keep doing these things.
    [Twitter] 10 Reasons Your Editorial Calendar Sucks (and How to Make It the Best)
    The social media folks have their editorial calendar, your blog editor has something completely different, your community manager is planning events and Twitter Chats with something else, and your manager has a separate project calendar for all of these folks. You can see that certain networks give you the ability to appropriately publish a few more times than others (Twitter vs. LinkedIn for example). How satisfied are you with the way you manage your content right now? Do you use a content marketing editorial calendar but it still kind of… well… sucks? It was bad.
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