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    [Twitter] Show 331 - How to rise and be really successful
    If you have feedback for me on the show or topics that you would like me to cover then e-mail me at or join me on  twitter. Show 331 of  The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast is ready  just for  you. To subscribe or listen for  free , you don't need to download anything and all explained at the end of the post. Patty shares her ideas from " RISE: How to be really successful AND like your life. " We talk about. How being successful is not about doing a good job but about how to break through the barriers of your job. What is the networking paradox?
    [Twitter] Show 318 - How to get the job you want
    If you have feedback for me on the show or topics that you would like me to cover then e-mail me at or join me on  twitter. Show 318 of  The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast is ready  just for  you. To subscribe or listen for  free , you don't need to download anything and all explained at the end of the post. Elinor Stutz speaker, author and CEO of  Smoothsale joins   Anna Farmery on  The Engaging Brand podcast  to talk about how to find the right job and the right  employer. We talk about her new book,  “ HIRED! Elinor Stutz speaker, author.
    [Twitter] How to Create More Content for Your Blog and Kill 2 Birds With 1 Stone
    For example, I often find myself doing the same thing as I answer questions in forums, on Twitter or Facebook, in the comments on my blog—even the questions I see other bloggers asking on their blogs. “Darren, do you have any tips for creating more content for my blog? have grown my blog to become reasonably successful but as it grows find myself with more and more requests and questions from readers that take me away from writing content. What should I do?&# —William. Hi William and thanks for the question. I do have one tip that comes to mind that I hope you find useful. Darren.
    [Twitter] The Five Worst Ways to Title a Blog Post
    Ask your Twitter followers what they’d expect to get from an article with that title—you’ll soon know if your title overpromises. 5. Post titling seems to be something of sacred territory for many bloggers. We feel that the title contains the essence of our post, and therefore, it’s the essence of ourselves—our personalities, our messages, our brands. On the other hand, we see a lot of post titles on the Web, and there appears to be endless variation available to us. Always follow a formula. If you do, your titles may all end up sounding similar. Look very closely.
    [Twitter] Podcast 396 - Why you don't need harmony in building a team
    love to hear your thoughts so email me, , join me on  twitter  or join me on to discuss it on  Google+. This week's  The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social media , business ideas and brand marketing tips , is ready to download. Mark de Rond ,  from the University of Cambridge  and specialises in studying people by living with them under similar conditions, to try and understand how and why their world makes sense, earning a Imagination Lab Award for Innovative Scholarship,  joins Anna Farmery to discuss There is an I in Team.
    [Twitter] Podcast 393 - Effective Communication in a Virtual World
    love to hear your thoughts so email me, , join me on  twitter , leave a message at The Engaging Brand Fan Page or join me on to discuss it on  Google+. This week's  The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social media , business ideas and brand marketing tips , is ready to download. Debra Benton is a powerful speaker/consultant/author who has been in business successfully for over 30 years having founded Benton Management Resources in 1976 and today she joins  Anna Farmery   to talk about being an effective Virtual Executive. We discuss communication skills in.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JULY 15, 2013
    [Twitter] Magic 5-Step Plan To Writing a Post That Will Easily Win Pulitzer Prize
    My RSS reader pretty much illustrates the point: Same thing with updates on Twitter or Facebook or search listings in Google ­ in every case the headline is what you see first. This is a guest contribution by Tim Soulo. I bet the next sentence will totally blow your mind! Ready? Though… I think a bit of preparation wouldn’t hurt. No really, when I told this to my friend the other day he had a heart attack and I had to drive him to the hospital (he’s ok now btw). But you just have to know that! This is probably the most important piece of advice in your whole career. Literally.
    [Twitter] Fail Forward
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. I’m not so much a fan of Seth Godin’s blog as I am of his books (I think the focus in his books is better than the blog which often I find too ethereal). However, I found this post on failure from him to be very good. Seth writes on the levels of failure that we should have: FAIL OFTEN: Ideas that challenge the status quo. Proposals. Brainstorms. Concepts that open doors. FAIL FREQUENTLY: Prototypes. Spreadsheets. Sample ads and copy. FAIL OCCASIONALLY: Working mockups. Playtesting sessions. Board meetings. You have to fail to succeed.
    [Twitter] Web Analytics 2.0 – It’s Not All About the Web.
    Connect with Bill on  LinkedIn , or follow him on  Twitter. Bill Harriss. By now, most marketers have embraced the digital channel and the fact that a majority of consumers are spending a significant amount of time playing, researching, transacting and communicating on the Web. According to “Advertising Age’s 2010 Digital Market Facts&# (Feb 22, 2010), Internet spending as a percent of all U.S. marketing spend is estimated to reach over 20% by 2012. This will represent well over $150 Billion in marketing dollars allocated to interactive! So we all know we need to be on the Web.
    [Twitter] Is Multichannel Marketing Really “Dual-Channel” Marketing?
    Connect with Kenyon on  LinkedIn or follow him on  Twitter. Kenyon Blunt. With the clamor in the marketing world about multichannel marketing, it recently dawned on me that most so-called multichannel marketing is more like “dual-channel” marketing.  The campaigns that I’ve seen usually combine two symbiotic channels such as website and email, website and bricks and mortar, email and phone, direct mail and phone, print and PURL, etc.  My guess is that way over half of all multichannel campaigns actually involve only two channels. Why is this important?  Embrace dual-channel campaigns.
    [Twitter] GoPro’s Partners with Periscope to Allow Realtime Brodcasting of Action Sports
    Announcing that she lost 26 pounds on Tuesday, Oprah shared with her 30 million Twitter followers a Weight Watchers commercial in which she says that she is having success without depriving herself of bread. Politics: #DemTownHall & Trump. It has been another big week in politics—on both ends of the red-and-blue spectrum. The Democrats kicked things off with a town hall meeting, last Monday night in Iowa. Throughout the forum, Bernie Sanders earned more online mentions than both of his competitors. Did that stop the businessman from making noise? Tech: Periscope with Your GoPro.
    [Twitter] Riding The News: Cicada Hunt 2014
    The 2014 hunt is currently underway, launched by a clue on Twitter on January 6 th. If you do a Google search for the term “cicada 2014”, you will find my that my blog post comes up first page. This is not a fluke. used a technique that I call “Riding the News” in order generate massive traffic and  to jump my site up to the top of the SERP. What is the Cicada Hunt? If you’re  not interested in code-breaking and complex puzzles, you might not know about the annual Cicada 3301 hunt. No company or official organization has ever claimed responsibility. Good luck.’.
    [Twitter] 5 Things To Learn About Blogging From Judge Judy
    There will always be people that are better than you, or have more Twitter followers than you (looking at you Scott Stratten ), or post more regularly then you; but don’t let those things stop you from going. Digg Digg You know you love her. That no-nonsense, “I-don’t-have-time-to-put-up-with-your-bullshit&# , judge of all daytime television judges. Judge Judy. Muses come in all shapes and styles and as I was home sick today I fell asleep in front of the television and happened to wake up during a Judge Judy episode. Your blog is yours. Honesty is important. Move on.
    [Twitter] BarCamp 2010 Speaking Topics: You Vote
    Whether your are on Team Bernays or Team Godin, what base methods of marketing are designed to really get your audience in a state of near panic when it comes to your brand?  In this topic I’ll dissect and display the timing, audience knowledge, and media blending that has made Twilight such a success and we will see how those can used in your campaigns.  Be sure to wear your Team Twitter T-shirts. Digg Digg This media’s about to get all sorts of social. Have you heard of BarCamp?  I’ll bet you have. actually plan on speaking. Where does good blog content come from?
    [Twitter] The Power of Community – A Social Media Success Story by Hessie.
    You can read more from Hessie at or follow her on Twitter @hessiej. Back to Business and Thank You Response to Barbara Talismans Misinformed 12for12k Post Is Twitter Killing Blog Comments? Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs The Power of Community – A Social Media Success Story by Hessie Jones April 17, 2010 12 voices share yours! Share Save Social Networking is a phenomenon that has gained incredible strength and continues to flourish. But the emergence of Web 2.0
    [Twitter] Going From to Free to Fee, Consciously: Yes We Can?
    But then again I am an optimist so I seek out signals that support ideas I believe in.) As of today, about 43% of the respondents to Guy Kawasaki’s survey question, “What Would You Pay to Use Twitter?&# You can folow the ongoing discussion about this topic on twitter directly, where many actually are willing to pay for this service. Personally, I am flabbergasted that so many people would refuse to pay for Twitter, and so many services. As for Twitter? I am a Twitaholic – so yes, I’ll pay for it. I’m also a business woman. Hawai?i
    [Twitter] 37 Brands, One Big Game Ad: Newcastle Crowdfunds Their Super Bowl Ad
    Plus, the rise in popularity of social media has spawned in-kind deals offering placements on another brand’s Facebook, Twitter, etc. It was exciting to follow along as Newcastle launched the campaign and proceeded to tease out the participating brands on Twitter leading into the big reveal during the Big Game. Leading into the Super Bowl, Newcastle Brown Ale generated headlines in many publications (including this fabulous blog ) for innovatively testing brand-to-brand crowdfunding to help pay for and appear in the company’s coveted “Big Game” ad. You be the judge.
    [Twitter] Jumo – the Non Profit Social Network Has Launched
    You can follow Tehneyat on Twitter @tehneyat. Tweet Written by Tehneyat who currently resides in London, United Kingdom from where she is blogging for Mindjumpers. Jumo , a new social networking platform for non-profit that we blogged about a few months ago, launched in its beta version yesterday. The purpose of Jumo is to connect people to organisations. This is done if you sign up and connect through Facebook. Based on your likes and interests on Facebook, Jumo will suggest organisations for you according to your and your friends interests. Sign up. Browse causes.
    [Twitter] Foursquare Reaches 100 Million Checkins
    Social Media Marketing Goals & Tools An Interactive YouTube Campaign By Tipp-Ex Subscribe to Blog Subscribe to Danish Newsletter TOPICS Best Practise Cases (46) Facebook (53) Linkedin (5) Marketing & Communication (104) Mindjumpers (32) Social Media (219) Social Network (128) Social Responsibility (43) Tech Development (51) Tips (25) TribeSourcing (15) Twitter (23) FLATTR MINDJUMPERS Mindjumpers © 2010 All Rights Reserved The news of the great milestone was tweeted by Foursquare’s head of business development, Tristan Walker.
    [Twitter] Using Wordpress Like a Pro
    Social Media Marketing Goals & Tools An Interactive YouTube Campaign By Tipp-Ex Subscribe to Blog Subscribe to Danish Newsletter TOPICS Best Practise Cases (46) Facebook (53) Linkedin (5) Marketing & Communication (104) Mindjumpers (32) Social Media (219) Social Network (128) Social Responsibility (43) Tech Development (51) Tips (25) TribeSourcing (15) Twitter (23) FLATTR MINDJUMPERS Mindjumpers © 2010 All Rights Reserved Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Old Spice Spoof nails it!
  • DANNY BROWN  |  FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010
    [Twitter] 17 WordPress Plug-Ins To Help Improve Your Blog Experience - Danny.
    Hover your mouse over this link to my Twitter profile or this one for the 12for12k video on YouTube as an example. Built by the same Andy Bailey that also developed CommentLuv, Twitterlink Comments is a nice little plug-in that allows visitors to leave their Twitter username alongside their comment. John Haydon´s most recent blog post.Geoff Livingston on Twitter’s new nonprofit program (video) =-. Back to Business and Thank You Response to Barbara Talismans Misinformed 12for12k Post Is Twitter Killing Blog Comments? couple of things. So… on with the list.
    [Twitter] The Sweet Opportunity of Choosing Your Customer
    We were picking apart my Twitter stream and I was explaining my philosophy around it. I had an interesting comment from someone at an event recently. He raised his hand and said, “Well, to be really honest, I wouldn’t be all that interested in seeing your pictures of bacon.” ” In this case, he meant quite literally the picture above, but in the larger sense, he was saying, “I want a business-focused person to follow.” ” My response was that it was perfectly fair to feel that way, but that it also meant that he wasn’t likely my buyer.
    [Twitter] 6 Foolproof Ways To Spot A Social Media Creep
    Since Twitter’s default setting is public, you can follow anyone without sending a request. If you can’t come up with an answer, block that Twitter follower. . 2) Be Careful About “Checking In” Unless you reject the permission, most mobile phone apps automatically track your location. If only Facebook had a “creeper” button. Your social media interactions may be harmless, but it only takes one ill-intentioned stalker to worsen your online reputation and your personal security. Say someone from your past has requested a friendship. You think, “Why now?”
    [Twitter] Big Mashable Social Media Meetup in Antwerp
    The meetup has its own website and page on Facebook and Twitter. The Meetup will be donating 500 euros to the campaign, which is running in social networks like Facebook and Twitter. According to Mashable there are plenty of reasons to celebrate social media, because it has changed our lives – not only in the way we communicate, but also in the way we connect with one another, consume our news, conduct our work, organize our lives and so on. Mashable’s Social Media Meetups take place all over the world and everyone is invited to organize a Meetup.
    [Twitter] What BP Should Be Doing With Social Media
    Score: 4] One good thing BP did was to not overreact and go hard after parody accounts like BPGlobalPR on Twitter that posted tweets like “50% off blackened shrimp today&# and “ Hey, if you see any oil in the Gulf it’s ours, please return it.” By Erik Qualman. reporter asked me 3 digital questions about the BP oil spill. Here are my quick and cryptic thoughts. More importantly, what do you think? What actions should BP have taken digitally within the first 24 hours of the spill? Bill Clinton, Tiger Woods, Enron, Lehman Brothers, Eliot Spitzer). Attempt to humanize BP.
    [Twitter] Why My First Blog Failed … and What You Can Learn from My Mistakes
    Of course, I made plenty of mistakes with that blog too – but I managed to apply all the things I’d learned from my first blog, The Office Diet, and from my second blog (that lasted all of a couple of months), which was called Alpha Student. I was able to get readers much more quickly, plus I had lots of strong connections through guest posting and through Twitter. And every time you step outside your comfort zone and try something new—from joining Twitter to writing your first guest post—you take a step that could lead to somewhere amazing. Where I began. Learning point. Don’t.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 2010
    [Twitter] The ghost blogging debate | Spin Sucks
    think disclosure is key here regardless especially if it’s a personal blog or feed. I do know of several organizations who have a few people writing for their blog, Twitter and Facebook accounts but the messaging remains consistent regardless. Perhaps a video blog works or twitter can be an easier venue. This post was mentioned on Twitter by Gini Dietrich and Adrian T Dayton, Joey Strawn. This post was mentioned on Twitter by Vicki Jeffels, Sandy Dunwoody. This post was mentioned on Twitter by Shelly Kramer, Jennifer Dolan. The debate? Ghost blogging.
    [Twitter] Why No One Wants Your Free Download (And 5 Steps to Make It a Must-Have)
    To create an attention-grabbing title for your download , check out the headlines competing for attention on magazine shelves or on Twitter, then try adapting them to your own topic. This guest post is by Sophie Lizard of You finally released your free download. It took a lot of work to prepare, but you believed it would all be worthwhile. Because that’s what we’re supposed to do, right? Give something away to get something in return, like email addresses or questionnaire responses. Or the undying love of a vast tribe of readers. So … why isn’t it working?
    [Twitter] Social Media Loaning You Better Offers
    Yes, being active on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and others can actually be financial beneficial to you over the long haul. Hit Up Facebook and Twitter for Starters. First, go to sites like Facebook and Twitter for starters. Whether you are in search of funds to deal with a medical condition, home or car repair, to start a new business or any other circumstances where a sizable influx of cash is needed, do you know how to go about getting the right loan? To them, the loan is a bridge to get them to better financial days ahead. What Loan Works Best for You?
    [Twitter] To Discuss Living/Dead Relationship Technology With New RootsTech Conference
    If you’re interested in any sort of relationship-oriented technologies, there will be a lot to be learned at this conference, and you’ll learn many new and creative ways to organize data and relationships.  I hope to see some of my Facebook, Google, and Twitter employee friends there.  So come on out, book a ticket, and come for what is sure to be a really interesting, and fascinating event centered around relationship technologies among both the living, and the dead. One of my favorite things to do is research my family history. There is historical context to consider.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011
    [Twitter] 7 Ways Guest Posting Can Boost Your Reputation
    Follow Mathew on Twitter: @matcarpenter. Follow Sofa Moolah on Twitter: @sofamoolah. This guest post is by Mathew Carpenter of Sofa Moolah. I’m an avid blog reader. My Google Reader is packed with hundreds of different blogs, each one covering a subject that I may or may not be directly involved in. There’s the work and marketing category, the finance blogs, and then the blogs that deal with subjects I really don’t know anything about, nor do I have any interaction with in my work or personal life. It wasn’t through search, or even social media. The reason?
    [Twitter] Anarchists in the Boardroom
    ———— Liam Barrington-Bush is @hackofalltrades  on Twitter. This is a guest post by Liam Barrington-Bush, Co-founder/ Director at Concrete Solutions C.I.C. and Sessional Lecturer, Community Leadership at Birkbeck, University of London. Check out his book project here. ————-. It was pretty clear from the get-go that I was going to have a hard time convincing a publisher an interest in ‘management literature,’ to print a book that had the word ‘anarchists’ in the title. Which is really not my thing. Complex change doesn’t copy-and-paste.
    [Twitter] X-Ray Vision for Guest Bloggers: Author Stats
    He’s also the author of Content Chemistry, An Illustrated Guide to Content Marketing You can find Andy on Google+ and Twitter. This guest post is by Andy Crestodina of Orbit Media. Analytics are great for seeing your site’s performance, but we can’t usually peek into other people’s web stats. However, there is a tool that gives you a view you may not have seen before. It’s called Google Author Stats. Embrace your new blogging super power. think of guest blogging as modern-day PR. It has social media and search marketing benefits, and it’s a lot of fun. But keep going. Page : the address.
    [Twitter] #measurePR, Social Media Measurement & Klout
    asked a good question: “How can people use their Klout scores to benchmark and improve overall engagement/activity?&#. (I thought this was a good question because it didn’t focus on the ego benefits of Klout but, rather, if you take it as an activity measure – granted, to me that still says ‘Twitter&# activity measure – it focuses on improving one’s activity as opposed to simply one’s score.). So, remember: 12-1 pm ET, August 2, is the next #measurePR Twitter chat with Marshall. Last week’s #measurePR chat was interesting. Thank you!
    [Twitter] 5000 words and 6 random thoughts about writing them
    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 « Writing what you know and knowing what you write | Main | Mobile in the middle » 5,000 words and 6 random thoughts about writing them When I announced my book deal, I promised occasional updates on my progress. Word of Mouth Workplace Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Flickr Slideshare Personal Blog Verdino Bytes Gremanda Powered, Inc. figure now is as good a time as any to let you know where things stand.
    [Twitter] It all starts with a plan
    Twitter search and communications training could have them up and running in no time. This is post is part of the Institutionalizing Social Media series. To see previous installments or to learn more about the series, click here. After setting the groundwork for a social media structure across the company, it is important to set up a roadmap for future success. This will not only help you get all of your ducks in a row, but it will also help the organization see where you envision the company playing and being integrated in the next one to five years. Getting started. Share it.
    [Twitter] 10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Grow Your Email List
    Sure, there are loads of people who sell or give away advice on how to rectify that situation, but no amount of reading twitter or buying flashy information products will change it without action on your part. Have them write back to you with the answer to a question, share something on twitter with a particular hashtag, or ask them to post something related on Facebook. This guest post is by Ethan Waldman. Everyone starts from zero.  You’re staring that that big, fat, zero right now and you don’t know what to do about it. It is something people opt-in to. Try a site bar. Genera
    [Twitter] Style 2.0 - Wow!
    Of course no good social campaign would be complete without Twitter – Avelle’s is using the hashtag #Avelle5Year. As many of you who read this blog know, I am constantly searching for things that are new and social to write about. To that end, I couldn’t resist jumping on the news my friend, Mike Pratt , recently shared with me about some exciting things he and the Style Coalition (which he and his wife Jean  co-founded with Yuli Ziv ) are doing to change the fashion industry. The Style Coalition is providing full campaign tracking, stats and management. You go Mike! Style Coalition
    [Twitter] When Should You Launch Your New Blog? [Complete or On the Go?]
    The outposts will vary from blog to blog, depending upon who I am trying to reach and what social media networks they use, but in many cases this would be about setting up a Twitter account, Facebook page, LinkedIn Group, Youtube Page, and so on. I may not be highly active from day one on these accounts, but at least reserving an account and promoting it a little when I am active can pay off if I do it early on. I’m regularly asked this question by PreBloggers: “How much work should I do on my blog before I launch it?” ” How many posts should it already have live?
    [Twitter] The Evident Effects of Social Media on the Society – An Analysis
    So keeping aside your friend’s wedding pictures on Facebook and the ever increasing hashtags on Twitter, there are something more than that! By now, we are all aware of social media like the back of our hands! We know that this platform has a tremendous and an incredible impact on various dimensions of our life. Be it culture, politics, social life and business, there is no single element, which has been ignored by the social media consequences. This platform has succeeded in revolutionizing the way people communicate, do business and eventually socialize. Impact on business.
    [Twitter] Social Pros 20 – Katie Morse, Billboard
    If everybody uses Twitter to say, ”Wow, I hate those guys,” do you count that as a win because they’re using social media as opposed to email to complain? I’m not so sure that that’s the best metric. Katie : I think Twitter’s a pretty good example of this. If we have a new follower on our B2B Twitter account, which is @billboardbiz , do they self-identify in their profile that they work in the music business? What I’m not a fan of is splitting things up, like having 17 Twitter accounts to cover 17 different topics. OK, Jill.
  • TWITIP  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2010
    [Twitter] Are You Biting The Hand That Retweets You?
    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 Jordan Cooper @NotAProBlog Jordan Cooper is a professional stand-up comic who showcases his humor with videos and written rants about social media at Not A Pro Blog. “There are so many nice folks on Twitter. I’m sure someone will have a kind heart and help me out.&# The way I see it, my twitter stream is a reflection on me. Also, search twitter for your blog content. Please. And again. link].
    [Twitter] The Green Impact of Social Media
    The largest platforms include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram and Google Plus. Due to the substantial benefits to the environment of going green, more and more individuals and businesses are jumping on the green bandwagon. Perks of going green include conserving natural resources, reducing pollution in the air; reducing waste and giving people an overall better quality of life. Supporters of the green movement have turned to social media to help spread the word. Social media allows people to communicate in ways unlike ever before. Social Networking Making a Difference.
    [Twitter] Top Takeaways from ProBlogger Perth Training Event: Content, Blog Design, Social Media, Productivity, and Monetization
    Chat with her on Twitter  @veggie_mama  or be entertained on  Facebook. In the lead-up to the main ProBlogger Event on the Gold Coast this year, we have held various workshops and panels around the country, teaching and inspiring bloggers in their own home towns. February saw the first full-day event in Perth, Western Australia with both local and interstate speakers on the topics of content, better blog design, social media for blog growth, productivity, and monetization. We’ve rounded up the top three tips from each speaker for those who couldn’t attend. Fill a Gap. Take Action.
    [Twitter] Make Your Blog Load Faster than ProBlogger: Part 2
    Hit him up on Twitter if you need anything, Dev will be quick in responding and helping you out. This guest post is by Devesh of WP Kube. A few months ago, I wrote a guest post here called How to Make Your Blog Load Faster than ProBlogger. Today, I’ll go into some more detailed advice to help you speed up your site even more. If you’re a blogger, you already know about the importance of blog loading speed, and the role it plays in search engine rank and marketing your blog. It can increase the quality of your blog’s user experience and engagement. Use CloudFare.
    [Twitter] Meet your company’s spokesperson
    Any employee can shoot off their mouth on Facebook , Twitter or another social media outlet and literally infect thousands of people with their opinion in a matter of seconds. Is he your new spokesperson? Take a few minutes and walk through your place of business today. Really look at the people who work for you. Your goal — identify the employees who are just there to get the paycheck. Maybe it’s the 16 year old part-timer who calls in sick about as often as she shows up. Congratulations — you just met your organization’s new spokesperson. Not today.
    [Twitter] The Day Gmail Went Down
    The tweets streaming by in my Twitter feed got me wondering: where and when did the buzz happen? ” Most of the conversation about the incident happened on Twitter (over 2,700 Tweets with 1,200 RTs) – unsurprising, given the popularity of the platform for people tracking real-time events – with a small number of Google+ mentions occurring after the incident was over (and with mostly positive sentiment). One of the more memorable events in recent web history has got to be October 31, 2012 -  The Day Gmail Went Down (…for 5 Minutes). What were they saying?
    [Twitter] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Blog World Meetups Tweetups and Parties
    Twitter. tools for visualizing your Twitter impact – for markters and normal Twitter users. Twitter to start selling followers – or more importantly, you can start buying followers. Twitter chats : a goldmine of traffic, followers, and knowledge – chats worth participating in, and how to participate. Twitter tools to help you get more out of conference season – definitely some I’m adding to my arsenal. The Resources Mashup. Blogging / Writing. things that blogging does – important lessons about the value of blogging.
    [Twitter] The Facebook Juggernaut: Exponential Growth + World's Leading News.
    blog comments powered by Disqus Previous post: How ConAgra Foods is Embracing Social Media Next post: Kids Don’t Hate Twitter Anymore! pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact The Facebook Juggernaut: Exponential Growth + World’s Leading News Reader? by Pam Dyer on February 10, 2010 Share Facebook celebrated its sixth birthday on February 4th and announced that it now has over 400 million members. That’s quite an accomplishment — just a year ago, the social media giant had 150 million users. pamorama [.] Hello world! =-.
    [Twitter] Cops harass 5-year old for late library books, news bloopers and IKEA sleepover – oh my
    Best Buy Manager Dismisses Best Buy Twitter Customer Service, Says “It Could Be Anybody” – this is a perfect example of how companies should make sure their policies in a public and social space (especially if you advertise one on TV) to the yeoman employees. If I haven’t said it to you in the past week, Happy New Year to you and yours along with great mojo wishes for all of 2012. What do you have planned for the weekend? No matter what you have planned have a great one, and enjoy this eclectic mix of articles in this week’s edition of Five for Friday.
    [Twitter] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #242
    Feel free to share these links and add your picks on Twitter, Facebook, in the comments below or wherever you play. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? Check out these six links that we''re recommending to one another: How I Lost My ''Invisible Boyfriend'' In 6 Days - Jezebel. "We live in interesting times, when there''s an app to make your friends think you''re dating. Turns out it''s not so easy to hold onto that person, even when they''re paid to idolize you." Alistair for Hugh). Alistair for Mitch).
    [Twitter] Happy Birthday, India
    Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Happy Birthday, India. It’s been a tough week. Not just for me, for all of us. And with so much sadness , and tragedy , and violence in the world today, I really don’t have it in me to pontificate about PR right now. However, it also happens to be Indian Independence Day. Which Which means, despite all the horrors in the world, there is something to celebrate. This video is a few years old, but gosh, it should put a smile on your face… even if you’re not Indian, even if you don’t know the Indian national anthem.
    [Twitter] The Taylor Swift Guide to Growing a Massive Fan Base
    On Twitter she has more than 10 million followers. This guest post is by Jennifer Blanchard of InkyBites. If you haven’t heard of Taylor Swift, you’ve probably been living in a cave the last few years. Swift is the teen country sensation who took on the music industry starting at the ripe age of 13, and became one of the biggest musical acts in the entire world only a few short years later. On Facebook, she has a whopping 27.8 million likes—that’s more than all three of the Kardashian sisters combined! There’s a reason for all of Swift’s success. She lives gratitude day-in, day-out.
    [Twitter] The 7 New Roles Agencies Must Play to Survive Real-Time Business
    Customer service issues can be resolved in 140 characters on Twitter. That means not trying to build a social services department that solely sets up Twitter accounts and Facebook pages for businesses. Tweet Change is all around us, in many shapes and guises. Yet the nucleus of most of the shifts that have us feeling like we’re in a transformational maelstrom is speed. Everything happens faster now. Awareness can be captured more quickly than ever before. Sales can be closed instantly online. And the social Web can spread a crisis with breathtaking swiftness. Or sauce.
    [Twitter] Looking for Work- The Impact Equation
    You can search Twitter via Twitter Search and pump in keywords that might help you find prospective employers or pathways to such. When you’re seeking work, it’s always a frustrating challenge. You feel like it shouldn’t take so long. You know you’re missing something. You don’t know what is in vogue or not with the application process. There are many ways to feel beat down and thrashed along the way. Miss any part of that and the equation hasn’t been satisfied. Here’s how it would apply to finding work. Looking for Work. Strong Idea.
    [Twitter] 31 People That Helped Create Youtility
    You can win one yourself if you take a picture of the book in the wild and post to Twitter or Instagram with #Youtility. Image from This is one of the most important posts I’ll ever write. My new book, Youtility: Why Smart Marketing is About Help Not Hype releases on Thursday in hardcover, Kindle, Nook and iBook. Audible audio version on the way. truly believe it’s the best work I’ve ever done, and I’ve been blessed with a ton of terrific media coverage of the book already. The concept and name for “Youtility” is about two years old.
    [Twitter] The Top 6 SEO Resources for Bloggers
    Find him on Twitter @mattbeswick. This guest post is by  Matt Beswick. For anyone involved in SEO, staying on top of the game is a difficult task thanks to the unpredictable nature of the business. As a blogger, however, it’s almost impossible—all you want to be doing is writing great content and generating traffic, right? Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, things change in the blink of an eye, so keeping tabs on the latest SEO witchcraft inevitably demands a lot of research off the clock. SEOmoz. Search Engine Roundtable. Search Engine Land. State of Search.
    [Twitter] Is Your Social Approach to Recruitment Working?
    Platforms that are leading the way are LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, with LinkedIn being the most popular business social networking site. Whether you’ve just begun your small business journey or you’ve been in the field for decades, recruitment is an ongoing task that is ever-changing. Owning a solid company starts with having smart, dedicated employees. With millions of people out there, how do you find the right people for your company? Social Networking Proves Popular. When the advertising spend dries up, so too does the candidate’s interest in their business.
    [Twitter] Go Social in Finding Travel Agents and Trips Galore
    If you don’t already have a Facebook page, Twitter account, Google+ page, Instagram account and LinkedIn profile, get one now. Find Instagram accounts on people who travel regularly, look for travel groups on Facebook, use Twitter to Tweet that you’re in the market for a vacation and more. Does seeing the world excite you? Do you live for planning vacations? Do you spend hours each day reading travel blogs or watching travel shows? If so, you’re not alone. If you’re ready to start traveling, it’s time to start engaging in social media.
    [Twitter] Don’t Let Social Media Age You
    Chances are most of your friends are already using social sites like Facebook and Twitter on a regular basis, so adopting a social mindset won’t be much of a challenge. Once you find one or two fitness sites you like, you can find and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Like most men, you’re probably trying to avoid the thought of middle age. Fortunately, there are ways you can feel younger and it all starts with social media. Social media is a great place to stay up to speed on what’s trending in men’s fashion and fitness. Social Forums.
    [Twitter] Day 9: People of color impacting the social web – Terrance Gaines – #29DaysofDiversity
    Twitter: @BrothaTech. As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. For the past two years for Black History Month, I started an online series called 28 Days Diversity where I would feature someone new everyday during the month of February for just being awesome in their own right. Website/Blog:
    [Twitter] Sally Hogshead’s ‘Fascinate’: Book review and giveaway
    Connect with Simon Mainwaring on: Twitter , FriendFeed , Linkedin , Tumblr , Plaxo , Plurk , , BackType , Posterous. This week’s giveaway book is Sally Hogshead’s newly released, Fascinate. Inside Sally does a fantastic job of articulating exactly how and why fascination works and how you can use it to your advantage. Sally divides fascination into seven universal triggers: lust, mystique, prestige, power, vice, and trust providing an in-depth study of each. It’s smart and a great read. If you liked the post, please tweet, Digg or Stumble it. Thanks! Facebook.
    [Twitter] 3 Pinterest Content Curation Ideas to Help your Brand
    You can share this content on Twitter, Facebook, wherever else you like just like normal. Pinterest content curation may just be the easiest way that you increase exposure for your brand, reach relevant new followers, and create streams of information that people come back to again and again. The goal of your social media channels should be to become known as a reliable source of information for your followers. Pinterest content curation helps you do this in an organized fashion, and with a little help from other web users. What exactly is Pinterest content curation? That monkey?”
  • DEVUMI  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2014
    [Twitter] Improve YouTube Adsense Revenue Part 1: Better Videos and Ads
    This will allow them to subscribe to your newsletter, like you on Facebook, and share your content on Twitter or anywhere else you are. Alright everyone, it’s time to drop your cat videos (unless that’s your focus!) and get serious about using YouTube to generate and increase your  YouTube Adsense revenue. There are only a handful of people making serious money on YouTube, and you can be one of them if you work hard at it. In part one of our two part “Improving your Adsense” series we’re going to look at the content you’re producing first. Remember that content always comes first!
    [Twitter] Be different, but not THAT different!
    62) Tom Asacker on Twitter. Home About Book Trey to Speak Let’s Connect #smBBQ Subscribe trey pennington connections, content, conversations: commerce™ Be different, but not THAT different! by trey on January 21, 2010 “Differentiate or Die!&# Great title for a book. Sound objective in practice, too. Here’s the big question: what’s your referent? What exactly do you want to be different from and where are you looking for your benchmark? You probably already know how every single answer begins. Want me to give you a minute to think about it? Okay…ready?)
    [Twitter] 6 Powerful Guest Post Tactics that No One’s Talking About
    lawsuit was recently filed by a company seeking damages against a previous employee relating to a Twitter account. Just to give you a bit of context, the blog in question has an Alexa traffic rank of around 50,000, and its Twitter account has over 10,000 followers. This guest post is by Tom Ewer of Leaving Work Behind. Guest posting is a hot topic amongst startup bloggers. His “blitzkrieg” strategy may come across to some as a triumph of quantity over strategy, but nothing could be further from the truth. Image courtesy, licensed under Creative Commons. Entry.
    [Twitter] Prove Yourself
    Morgan Johnston of JetBlue showed his boss how many people were talking about the competition on Twitter, and then what people were saying about JetBlue. A few minutes of watching the screen later, and JetBlue’s management team knew that they had to do something. Your boss doesn’t want you to explain why social media is amazing. Your boss wants more results that make her look good. Your boss doesn’t care who I am. She wants you to excel at the tasks you’ve been assigned. Are you trying to evangelize social media at your place? Prove it. Winning. Prove It.
    [Twitter] How to Win Readers and Make Them Stick
    If you’re for hire, give users the easiest ways to contact you—including phone number (even if it’s a cell), a contact form (that works—test it), plus social media buttons and links to accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Linked In, and YouTube. This guest post is by Gabrielle Conde of Mission Engage. Create a memorable experience.”. That’s great advice for businesses and large retail chains, but you’re wondering how it applies to your blog. You probably started blogging because you know something about an industry like technology or writing. What makes your blog so special? Be you.
    [Twitter] The 11 Types of Alexa Hot URLs and How to Get There
    How You Get There – Twitter. Network with the right people on Twitter and get it retweeted. Run a Twitter social media marketing campaign. But it also can really help out if you are able to get a lot of people to Tweet it on Twitter, link to it from your popular blog, and maybe even use StumbleUpon to get traffic to it. How You Get There – You have to get your content to go hot or “popular&# on Digg (which is a feat in and of itself) and then you need even more of a boost: like getting a bunch of retweets on Twitter, as well. Sports News.
    [Twitter] How to Recruit Evangelists for Your Blog
    For example, if you had a blog before the time of Twitter, and then Twitter came into existence, you need loyal evangelists who can help you develop strong presence on the social network, who tweet your posts, retweet your tweets, and follow you. This guest post is by M.Farouk Radwan of [link]. Today, every successful blogger knows that diversifying traffic sources is a practice we can’t afford to ignore. Search engines update their search algorithms all the time, social media sites keep rising and falling, and new traffic sources keep appearing and disappearing.
    [Twitter] Social Media Job Week 1 InsideView - Koka Sexton dot Com
    Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS Social Media Job Week 1 InsideView Starting a new job is generally a semi-stressful time. We are focusing on the big 3 social media channels; Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn. more on that later) Other than updating Facebook and Twitter on a regular basis, I am also going to start working on contributing articles on other sites/blogs that we are associated with as well as providing comments and answers on sites. You can probably already see the Twitter stream in my sidebar that has become flooded with InsideView news.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011
    [Twitter] How to Use SEO Wisely for Long-term Profits
    This doesn’t make sense: you work hard using social media to get the word out about your glorious new post and are dying to see your Twitter stream blow up with your content. For a solid year, I have been relying a little bit on keyword research and more so on social media (thanks to Twitter and my fellow network) to drive traffic to my site. This guest post is by Moon Hussain of Experiments in Passive Income. By now, we have all read about the basics of search engine optimization.  product reviews, checking out bands, downloading music… I could go on forever.  This could be you.
    [Twitter] Molson owns Canadian team pride with epically shareable social pics
    They’ve been saturating my Twitter feed every day, and it makes me smile. Molson Canadian has always been an iconic brand up here north of the 49th. The now legendary “I AM CANADIAN” rant is ingrained in our national heritage as ‘much more than a commercial’. It was a rallying cry for Canucks around the world to raise a glass and toast to what a freakin’ awesome place Canada is. True to form, Molson has produced a brilliant collection of inspiring ‘GO TEAM’ graphics during the 2014 Winter OIympic games in Sochi. Nicely done, Molson Canadian.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, MAY 20, 2013
    [Twitter] Are Balancing Emerging Technology with Effective Strategy?
    around 300,000 social media connections (mainly Facebook , Twitter and Pinterest ). Last week I was asked at a conference to reflect upon the future of digital and among other things I made a reflection that seemed to resonate with those gathered. It was: Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater. As online publishers we see a steady stream of articles being written about new and future technologies, companies and trends in the online publishing space. The example I used last week was to compare the effectiveness of social media against email in my own blogging. Last week we.
    [Twitter] How to Land the Best Products to Review
    Twitter and Facebook: companies will look at your Twitter and Facebook audience to judge your reach. This post is by Simon Worrall of CM Copywriters. Each year, companies spend hundreds of millions on branded T-shirts, mugs, stickers, and pens. Go to enough conferences and you’ll amass terabytes of memory sticks and a wardrobe of T-shirts, hoodies, and caps. Promotional products are also a way of making money. In 2008, Europe’s soccer elite scored around $800 million from merchandizing. And now online brands such as GitHub and Mozilla sell merchandize online. They sent A.V.
    [Twitter] The Importance Of Being Encouraged
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. Do we really know how powerful our words are? I’m not just talking about thinking and speaking positively – which has benefit and we need to do for sure – but on an even more powerful yet everyday level that can impact the world around us. I’m talking about encouragement. We seem as a society a discomfort with expressing encouragement and also receiving it. And, hopefully without them squirming to sidestep the praise as above!). The Power Of A Word. We Need Your Encouragement. And today, we need your encouragement. Scott.
    [Twitter] Audio: Scatter, Gather, Matter – A Marketing Lesson From The Bible
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. I’ve always maintained that you can find everything about marketing and social media in the bible. Because it’s all about human behaviour at the end of the day and the bible is a fantastic documentation of human behaviour whether you agree with it’s conclusion or not! My ultimate framework for Social is based on ‘Scatter, Gather, Matter’, a three step proces to becoming more and more social by socialising channels (scatter), then content (gather), and then culture (matter). Scatter. Gather. Matter. Listen to this.
    [Twitter] Broadcasting Hypocrisy
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. I think Seth Godin is reading my blog. Yesterday he wrote on ‘ Losing Andrew Carnegie ‘ and talked about investing in people over parts. Anyone who has been reading here a while knows I’ve been talking about this a lot since October, and gaining new levels of growth by getting free what I call ‘ Factory thinking ‘ The idea is that parts in a factory will break, but if you lead people, they can develop and grow. Are We Really Focussing On People In Social Media, Really? So confession time. All the dirty tricks.
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010
    [Twitter] Developing A Strong ‘NO’
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. Last week, Rich Quick posted an excellent comment on this blog, talking saying “NO&#. It came in the middle of the discussion of the 5 innovations of the iPad, and that Apple’s strength was by saying no to a lot of things, in order to have a stronger and more defined yes. In actual fact, MG Siegler from TechCrunch wrote the same thing yesterday. Consider it a lesson in “No.&#. The question to ask yourself as you read is, like Apple, what should you say “no&# to, so that you can “yes&# to? By Rich Quick.
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  MONDAY, JUNE 14, 2010
    [Twitter] Like Minds Conversation Helsinki
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. Tomorrow is a big day for me as I leave for Helsinki to hold the first international Like Minds event – Like Minds Conversation Helsinki: Real Time in Real Life. I am, of course, thrilled. I’m going to be meeting some exceptional people over this coming week, as well as taking with me a contingent of exceptional people to Helsinki to engage in a very exciting learning experience. Want to know one of them now? Ok, you’ve pulled my leg. My Itinerary This Week. If you are in Helsinki, let me know. want to meet you!
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  FRIDAY, JULY 9, 2010
    [Twitter] The Value of a Value Approach
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. You all know that I am sold out on having a value-based approach to, well, just about everything. value based approach is about giving more of you to people and developing deeper relationships, rather than having your thumbs in 101 pies. By not giving lots of little, but less of more , you can build relationships that have a great yield – in pretty much whatever you do. First of all , I received a much appreciated link from Like Minds Alum Joanne Jacobs writing about the trough of disillusionment for social media strategies.
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  TUESDAY, JULY 20, 2010
    [Twitter] Are You Guiding Or Governing?
    Scott is also on Twitter and Facebook. I was having a leadership discussion yesterday and the dilemma came up of wanting to have organic growth, but at the same time control the organic growth with checks and balances to ensure the brand wasn’t tarnished. It’s a discussion I’m sure many of you have had: whilst you respect your community or audience and want them to run with ideas and bring value to the table, you don’t trust them enough to give them full ownership, either because they might get it wrong, or they might not keep it up. Guiding and Governing.
    [Twitter] Video Starting Points: Make and Share Your First Video
    Hootsuite : This social media management tool allows you to manage your Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn communications all in one place. You can therefore submit your video to your Facebook page, plus your Twitter and LinkedIn accounts through this tool. This guest post is by Neil Davidson of My Web Presenters. For bloggers like you and I, this has consequences. You can either bite the bullet and get started with video, or you can hide under the sheets and hope the storm passes. For this post, I am going to assume that you are firmly in the “get on the train” camp. Be strict.
    [Twitter] Emergent Collaboration Vendor Review: HyperOffice
    If you are vendor and would like to participate, please contact me (my email address is in the sidebar as is my Twitter link). Every Friday, 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. The goal of these posts is not to bash or praise vendors but to simply offer an objective view on what various vendors offer so that YOU can decide if they are a good fit for your business. Every post will cover the same elements for each vendors. Support.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2011
    [Twitter] 250 Podcasts
    I've never been one for acknowledging anniversaries in the digital channels (things like x amount of blog posts, podcasts or how many followers I have on Twitter ). the tao of twitter. Episode #250 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. To be honest, I'm not even sure that having 250 episodes of a Podcast is all that big of a deal or something worth noting (I'm not keeping count - just having fun having weekly conversations about Marketing with some of the smartest people on the planet). Thankfully, Mark W. blogging.
    [Twitter] The Beauty of Social Media to Improve Your Health
    Twitter – Love a product? With more than one billion people using social media worldwide and with more than 80 percent of all small and medium sized businesses using social media, it’s become the go-to hot spot for anything and everything. Whether you’re looking to land your dream job, connect with old friends or stay up-to-date with the latest beauty and health products, social media can help. How social media influences shoppers. Teen Vogue conducted a survey of more than 1,000 women on how social media affects their purchases when it comes to beauty and fashion.
    [Twitter] Preparing Students and Young Professionals for the Business World.
    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 Sep 15 2010 Preparing Students and Young Professionals for the Business World By Gini Dietrich | Email | Print | 31 Comments | During the summer I fell off the InsidePR bandwagon. Use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogs to build online relationships with these people.
    [Twitter] 14 Proven Ways to Simplify Your Blogging and Get More Done
    We’ve all had that feeling of impending doom: “My readers are expecting me to post tomorrow, but I haven’t even answered my emails, check my Analytics stats, or responded to the Twitter shout-outs. This guest post is by Nick Thacker of There’s just no way I can get it all done…”. Or something like that. If you’ve ever felt like the pressures of maintaining a blog—not to mention the rest of your business—are becoming too much, it could be time to simplify what you’re doing. Here are 14 proven methods for getting more blogging done in less time. It’s liberating. Best case?
    [Twitter] #FollowFriday: Mitch Joel
    And then, this past weekend, Mitch wrote, Being a Twitter Snob is a Good Thing and Mark wrote Bringing Down the Twitter Snobs. So follow Mitch on Twitter (though he likely won’t follow you back), subscribe to his blog , buy and read his book , and subscribe to his podcast. You may already be reading Mitch Joel’s blog, Six Pixels of Separation , because, well, he’s kind of a big deal. You also may have already read Six Pixels of Separation , the book, because it was published before the entire world was publishing books (and it’s excellent).
    [Twitter] Is It Moving You Forward
    haven’t tried that new Twitter client. I’m not using to write any “daily whatevers.&# I’m not using Quora to answer questions. In fact, I’m not doing a LOT of things. have a very simple question to answer each time: will this move me forward? We do things because we want to stay informed. We do things because we want to stay “in the know.&# We worry that we’re going to fall behind if we don’t keep up with every little thing coming along. None of these technologies is hot, new, or otherwise bleeding edge. Yes, you should experiment.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, MAY 16, 2011
    [Twitter] 5 Tornado Ingredients that’ll Ensure Your Next Post Turns Viral
    Talk to them through email and Twitter. This guest post is by Martyn Chamberlin of You know what it’s like to blunder into an article that seizes your attention? I do mean seize. Not something that charms your gaze for thirty seconds, then falls apart. mean something you are absolutely compelled to read. Don’t misunderstand me to mean flicking through the bullets and skimming some juice. I’m talking about the business of being perfectly glued to every word. Image used with permission. It forces you to leave a red-hot comment. It reads itself to you.
    [Twitter] Thanks to the We First community
    Thank you to the amazing folks who I now call friends on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ who have inspired me with what they’ve shared and share what I found inspiring. I wanted to take the time today to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and share what I am so grateful for. The support of We First and the spirit of its community has been a real source of joy this year and I wish everyone a fantastic weekend with their friends and families in which we reaffirm how much we need, want and are crazy about each other. Community We First
    [Twitter] RockMelt's Social Hooks Put Users In Control Of Invite Flow
    You often see a flurry of posts on blogs or Twitter , or pings via e-mail that amount to "Who wants into Service X? Capping initial access to one's service has long proven to be one of the most successful ways to drive buzz around the product. Today's launch of RockMelt is an interesting tweak on the old model, and a first test of the browser's real integration with Facebook as your social engine. It is not too uncommon for users who gain early access to a product to have a limited number of invites to pass to their friends. This is the "request and wait and wait and wait" method.
    [Twitter] Ain’t Nobody Gonna Pay For That
    The lense filters were released in September with 30 total lenses and 7 remaining free,  but for permanent access users are going to need to break open their piggy banks.Since paying is never fun user’s went straight to Twitter to vent, and rather than diffuse the tweets Snapchat embraced them by sharing them. Ain’t nobody gonna pay for that. Snapchat is going through a rough patch right now. Earlier this week they received a 25% markdown from Fidelity who has invested over $46 million into the startup. At least they’re keeping it real. Bubble burst. Source CNN). Source MSN).
    [Twitter] Is Your Customer Service Up To Scratch?
    Sometimes they will go straight to their Facebook or Twitter page. About Us What’s a Maverick? » Is Your Customer Service Up To Scratch? Customer service is one of the most important issues when it comes to reputation management. Handling customers’ queries and problems quickly, quietly, and efficiently is a must in today’s online world. It takes only one disgruntled customer to have their say on a social media site and every other disgruntled customer will join them. Of course, not every customer will complain directly to you. This can make your approach much easier.
    [Twitter] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #220
    Feel free to share these links and add your picks on Twitter, Facebook, in the comments below or wherever you play. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "I just came back from two weeks at Burning Man. While there, I got a pretty serious infection in my arm that needed medical treatment. So I learned all about Rampart, the emergency medical services on the Playa. They''re run by the Humboldt General Hospital and a team of volunteers. They''re amazing. They even have an X-Ray machine. massive one.
    [Twitter] Breaking A Goal Into Metrics | Brass Tack Thinking
    Consider your Strategies & Tools In this example, let’s assume you’ve done some research and listening, and you’ve decided that you’d like to build strategies that involve your corporate blog , Twitter , and your company’s Facebook fan page as touchpoints and drivers. In other words, for our sample objective, people might: See a link to your blog post on Twitter, visit your website, then sign up for the newsletter. Facebook fans click on our links 10% less frequently each month than our Twitter followers do. Still with me? Do you hear me?
    [Twitter] Content Marketing on Chinese Micro Blogs
    The explosive growth began with mimicking the networks China was isolated from (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr etc.). Guest post written by Weijia Zhong, who has lectured in Communication at Sichuan Normal University in China. Her research focuses on new media advertising. Meanwhile teaching, she has held a position as marketing planner at Chendu Media Group. She has always been interested in social media marketing, in particularly in its development in China. Many Chinese netizens complain a lot about the Great Firewall by which they feel isolated from the rest of the world. The Durex case.
    [Twitter] Are we seeing a shift in the quality-vs.-quantity content debate?
    link] pshibles October 19, 2010 05:07pm @roboregan rips the low-quality, high volume editorial strategy employed by many sites, cites @editorandpublisher [link] Rob ORegan Editor Twitter: @RobORegan Email: Rob ORegan October 19, 2010 Print Share Content Strategy Sponsored Resources Join the discussion Join the discussion Log In or Register to leave a comment. eMedia Vitals eMedia Jobs Article The next step: monetizing mobile inside and outsid. Article Mobile advertising: Do the metrics measure up? eMedia Vitals Life Beyond Print.™ quantity content debate? Change in the wind? link].
    [Twitter] 7 Ways Interviews Can Skyrocket Blog Growth
    When you interview somebody you have an opportunity to have a conversation that goes beyond what you might have via email, Twitter, or blog comments. While most bloggers have a presence on Twitter and Facebook there aren’t nearly as many who have a presence on iTunes. This guest post is by Srinivas Rao of The Skool of Life. The idea of interviewing people might give you the jitters. It might make you feel like you’re standing naked in front of your elementary classroom with nothing intelligent to ask or say. That eventually became my calling card in the blogosphere. Build traffic.
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