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    [Twitter] The Art Of Writing Well With Roy Peter Clark
    While some might confuse his latest book as a "how to write for the Twitter era," it is so much more than that. 'Episode #386 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Every so often, I get the chance to dive deep into a topic that is of huge (and personal) interest to me. This is one of those episodes. Roy Peter Clark is widely regarded as "America''s writing coach." " He has a stated desire to create "a nation of writers." own almost all of them, including Writing Tools , Help! blogging. brand.
    [Twitter] Predicting the Future with Social Media
    Wired Magazine’s Sharon Weinberger writes ( “ The Spy Who Tweeted Me: Intelligence Community Wants to Monitor Social Media ” ) “ A research arm of the intelligence community wants to sweep up public data on everything from Twitter to public webcams in the hopes of predicting the future.” Forget predictions from Nostradamus or the Mayan Calendar.  Now, we have companies like Recorded Future analyzing semantics and sentiments to foretell the future.  Now even small businesses can tap into the trove of rich data and forward-looking insights.  Small Business Social Media Marketing Strategy
  • SOSHABLE  |  THURSDAY, JULY 28, 2011
    [Twitter] Digg “Newswire” is Hot (Update: Buries to be Public?)
    When a new gaming story meets your minimum Digg count, it will show up automatically on the page much the same as Twitter alerts us when there are new Tweets available to see. One of the biggest complaints of Digg has always been in sorting. Even before V4 was rolled out nearly a year ago, it was often difficult to narrow down results and find content based upon certain criteria without having to do a direct search for keywords. Newswire, a new Digg feature still in limited beta, appears to be addressing the issue nicely. Let’s say you want to keep up on gaming news.
    [Twitter] Are You Ready to be a Full-Time Blogger?
    Get her free report, 48 Must-Live Israeli Experiences , on her travel blog, and connect with her on Twitter. 'This is a guest contribution from freelance writer, Ayelet Weisz. big part of the pro blogger dream is to be your own boss. No more office politics, competitions with colleagues or having to prove yourself to someone who reaps all the benefits of your hard work. You’ll set your own rules and live life your way. Yet if you’ve never had to be accountable to yourself on a large-scale, long-term project, you might find yourself overwhelmed. Unrealistic expectations.
    [Twitter] A glance back at the future of social media
    Connect with Simon Mainwaring on: Twitter , FriendFeed , Linkedin , Tumblr , Plaxo , Plurk , , BackType , Posterous. Related posts: August 11, 2010 -- Dear Brands, no amount of damage control can match no damage at all (4) August 9, 2010 -- Three key social media lessons that brands will learn the easy (or the hard) way (5) April 18, 2010 -- Chris Brogan on social media tools and how brands use them effectively (4) April 14, 2010 -- Twitter’s ad platform: Will advertising be the death of social media? One of the many unsettling aspects was the rise of social media.
    [Twitter] Native advertising is here to stay
    Twitter and Facebook have a similar offering in ‘sponsored stories’ and ‘promoted tweets’. 'Advertorials have been almost since the dawn of the news business; the concept of native advertising is nothing new. At its most basic, a native ad is a paid-for story that mimics the look, feel and style of the editorial that surrounds it. The idea is to present commercial messages in the context of the users’ experience so that it feels less intrusive than a display ad. The hope is that readers will click through to the advertisers own web property. Photo credit: Wikipedia). don’t. Stay away!
    [Twitter] Show 453 - The Necessity of Strangers
    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 Alan Gregerman   about The Necessity of Strangers. Alan is "is an internationally-respected expert on business strategy, innovation, the customer experience, and unlocking the talent in people at all levels of organizations. is such an inspirational guy! We discuss. is such an inspirational guy!
    [Twitter] Show 452 - The Word of Mouse
    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  Marc Ostrofsky ,  the  New York Times  bestselling author of  Get Rich Click ! Marc is an award-winning serial entrepreneur and domain-name investor best known for his world-record sale of the domain name for $7.5 million! We discuss. How new technology is improving the civic society.
    [Twitter] Where The Work Is Going
    It’s not going to be about “you need to be on Twitter.&# If you’re a social media type, the work is heading towards being embedded into everything else. It’s not less important; it’s more mainstream. The work you’re doing is becoming part of marketing, part of customer service, part of internal comms, part of the wiring of the business. Yes, not everyone has embraced social media, and yes, there are two or so more years left for social media consultants to make some money helping people get their wiring in place. Embed. It’s not going away.
    [Twitter] Getting Social with Real Estate
    Millions of people have Facebook and Twitter accounts. 'Social networking has infiltrated our lives. There isn’t a facet of people’s lives that doesn’t include some sort of social networking. Most people that use social media have more than one account with multiple platforms. There’s Instagram, Whisper, Tumblr, and Pinterest. Members can share information regarding anything they wish and more importantly people are sharing their real estate stories. Home Buying and Properties. Consumers now spend most of their time researching properties online. Customer Service.
    [Twitter] How to Work With Designers to Design Your Blog
    For example, business cards, email templates, a Twitter background, a Facebook page design, a YouTube channel background, etc. This guest post is by Rob Cubbon. Psychologists have long been aware of the halo effect —a situation in which our judgment of a person’s character is influenced by our overall impression of them. The same is true of websites. Rightly or wrongly, we judge a website first and foremost by the way it looks. Think of your favorite blog and close your eyes for a second. Can you picture elements of the blog’s design (the logo, the colors) clearly? Working out the brief.
    [Twitter] 16 SXSW 2011 Panels to Vote For! The NC + friends edition
    I’m sure by now you’re tired of all the “please vote for my panels&# tweets, Facebook messages and Twitter direct messages but don’t worry it’s almost over. Location based services and mobile apps will be heavily looked at in conjunction with more traditional social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Uploaded with plasq ‘s Skitch ! The SXSW Panel Picker closes today and there are thousands of panels to choose from. 27 (Fun!) Ways to Kill Your Online Community. Your vote. Yes No. Organizer. Patrick O’Keefe , iFroggy Network. Description.
    [Twitter] Podcast 408 - Business Case for Social Media Analysis
    love to hear your thoughts so email me, , join me on  twitter  or join me on to discuss it on  Google+  . Welcome to the latest and free   The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social media , business ideas and brand marketing tips  but before we start. This weeks listener winning an Engaging Brand goodie bag is Clarissa Mogollon , who left a comment on the Linked In post  - the goodie bad is picked from all the people who share, like, tweet about the Engaging Brand podcast to say a BIG thank you from me! Is real time analysis better than other analysis?
    [Twitter] Evolve.Don't Wait to Change - The Engaging Brand
    Evolution as a mindset needs Passionate about listening Passionate about true openness Desire to improve Fear of apathy Overall I believe in the ability to live in the future now - by that I mean seeing what the world could be like and living towards it, today Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring. always remember Dad saying to me that i f leaders get to the point that they need to launch a change program (however they term it!) Tips When You Find Thinking Hard!
    [Twitter] Branded Content and the Future of Social Media
    Follow me on Twitter. I had the pleasure of chatting with Maggie Fox at the Media Relations Summit in New York City last week. She spoke on the session about the future of social media and in this interview Maggie explains how branded content and the intersection paid and earned media is a growing trend she is seeing. Great minds think alike, Maggie! Branded content is one of the trends in my Future of PR report. Using paid media to extend the reach of your news content is often a controversial subject in PR. And that audience is growing by leaps and bounds. online pr
    [Twitter] Cabbage Patch Dolls, Grey Goose Vodka, and Power Blogging
    Their twitter accounts collect tens of thousands of followers before their first tweet (remember LeBron?), Home About Pushing Social #FF Gratitude Journal 4 My Tweeps Archives Contact Subscribe Pushing Social Cabbage Patch Dolls, Grey Goose Vodka, and Power Blogging by Stanford on August 31, 2010 Spread it! Share Email This This is Part 4 Of the Fascinate Series inspired by Sally Hogshead’s sensational book “Fascinate” Do you know Hailey Theeuwen? This may jog your memory. Hailey was the name of the first Cabbage Patch doll.  Well, Prestige is the visible sign of influence. Are we clear?
    [Twitter] How To Create Link Bait Content
    He can be found on his blog teaching you how to make money blogging , and you can follow him on Twitter. This guest post is by Brandon Connell of Throughout my blogging career, I’ve worked hard on my writing style. I’ve improved over time, and I’m at a point now where I believe I have perfected my ability to write link bait articles. link bait article is an article that makes many readers want to reference it within their articles, or link to it as a general resource. Why do articles go viral? Tickle Me Elmo). Two common link bait post types.
  • 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. 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] 6 Ways to Sell a Website, and 4 Ways Not to Sell One
    Follow Mathew on Twitter: @matcarpenter. Follow Sofa Moolah on Twitter: @sofamoolah. This guest post is by 0Mathew Carpenter of Sofa Moolah. It’s gotten harder and harder to generate a stable income as an affiliate over the past two years. From Facebook’s decidedly anti-affiliate mindset, to the lengthy list of regulations that search engines such as Google have released, generating stable, consistent, and stress-free paid traffic isn’t as simple as it once was. For thousands of affiliates, it’s been a major frustration and a potential business killer.
    [Twitter] Connect Online and Offline Consumer Insights Using Analytics
    With the influx of blogs and consumer social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, companies have a growing wealth of valuable information about how consumers are thinking about their products and services.  New technologies such as text mining and sentiment analysis are enabling companies to stream and compute the information from e-commerce sites and social media outlets (blogs, Twitter, etc.) More and more often, these sites provide in-your-face descriptions of consumer perceptions of your brand. Too few! Related Articles: What does Engagement Really Mean?
    [Twitter] Chatter for Salesforce: Getting Connected at Work
    The abilities through using this Facebook/Twitter like look and feel of a social network, Chatter also allows your company to streamline world wide communication on global accounts, share sales tactics, find a competitive expert and make a smooth transition from sales to service. There are varieties of software’s that can assist with organizing your company and sometimes it is difficult to figure out which one will best suit you. In the age of getting social – perhaps the smartest move would be to have the two integrate as one. Do you use Chatter? Or will you?
  • DIGIGEN  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2010
    [Twitter] Five Ways Brands Can Drive Social Commerce
    They consistently engage away from their site through both Twitter and Facebook profiles, driving short-term usage. Imagine ASOS delivering a Boxing Day sale only through its Facebook News Feeds or Twitter feeds…? Real-time sales feeds into Facebook groups and Twitter profiles seem an interesting first entry into this world for brands. The social graph is what Facebook’s hopes and dreams are built upon, yet to date there aren’t hugely obvious examples of how the social graph dream is going to accelerate social commerce.
    [Twitter] Better Buttons Part 1: Set the Right Expectations
    Follow the Web Marketing Ninja   on Twitter. This guest post is by the Web Marketing Ninja. Almost everything I read, see, or hear about buttons (the web version) is all about color, size, location, and contrast. Do Do any research on this topic, and you’ll come across statements like these: “Just make the button bigger.” ” “Orange buttons always convert better.” ” “Get your buttons above the fold.” ” “You need to use contrast and responsive design with you buttons.” And that’s the text you use on your buttons.
    [Twitter] Podcast 410 - How to Lead the Way
    love to hear your thoughts so email me, , join me on  twitter  or join me on to discuss it on  Google+  . Welcome to the latest and free   The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social media , business ideas and brand marketing tips  but before we start. The listener of the week and winning an Engaging Brand goodie bag, is a long time listener Sallie Goetsch  tweeted about the show notes the goodie bad is picked from all the people who share, like, tweet about the Engaging Brand podcast to say a BIG thank you from me! The importance of mind, body and soul.
    [Twitter] The Rise in the Informal Economy
    They can grow an audience without a media budget - blogging, twitter , facebook. The informal economy is growing and that is why The Engaging Brand podcast is looking wider than traditional business models , such as crowdfunding and 3D printing - the future will see many of these informal economies replace or enhance the traditional business model. Makeshift point to an estimated informal economy of $10 trillion , employing 80% of people in emerging markets and fastest growing economy in the world! In fact if a country then it would have the 2nd highest GDP in the world.
    [Twitter] Podcast 389 - How 3D Printing Could Change Business Forever
    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. Martyn Day , publisher of Develop 3D Magazine  joins  Anna Farmery  to discuss how the advent of 3D printing will impact the traditional business model. Is 2012 the year for 3D printing or as it is also known additive manufacturing ? What is 3D printing? How you can 3D print a house!
    [Twitter] Show 381 - The Art of Search Optimisation
    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. Eric Enge , CEO of Stone Temple Consulting  joins Anna Farmery to discuss  The Art of SEO.a book recommended by the wonderful digital marketing evangelist  Avinash Kaushik  of Google, who said these guys know more about SEO than any other people on the planet! We discuss.
    [Twitter] Show 380 - Critique on Effect of Social Media
    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+. The Engaging Brand podcast  covering social media, business ideas and brand marketing tips, is ready to download this week. Geert Lovink is joining me to discuss some of his latest theories about networks and a critique of social media on us - both as individuals and as a society. You can read about the ideas in Networks without a Cause. We discuss. How can you research today with ever changing business ideas?
    [Twitter] Show 367 - Power of Foursquare
    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 , leave a message at The Engaging Brand Fan Page or join me on to discuss it on  Google+. Show 367 of  The Engaging Brand business and marketing podcast  is here   talking about social media, leadership and marketing and sponsored today by MozyPro Online Backup : Simple, Automatic & Secure Backup - for special offer try today! What is Foursquare ? How Foursquare is a fun, gaming app  - a search engine that brings you tips and offers!
    [Twitter] Show 366 - What to ask the person in the mirror
    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 , leave a message at The Engaging Brand Fan Page or join me on to discuss it on  Google+. Show 366 of  The Engaging Brand business and marketing podcast  is here   talking about social media, leadership and marketing and sponsored today by MozyPro Online Backup : Simple, Automatic & Secure Backup - for special offer try today! I have used Mozy Pro ever since speaking to Terence Craig on Show 358 about Privacy and Big Data! ). Robert S.
    [Twitter] Show 348 - Reputation Rules
    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 348 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. Daniel Diermeier Director of the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship and named 'Oscar of Business Schools' by the Financial Times joins  Anna Farmery  to talk about Reputation Rules. We talk about.
    [Twitter] Show 319 - Creating a Safe Culture
    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 319 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. Aubrey Daniels  Ph.D  Do we all define safety in the same way? Should we be aiming higher than a minimum standard of safety and health of our teams? Has legislation taken away good old common sense in relation to Health and Safety?
    [Twitter] Show 311 - How customers are a marketing channel for you
    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 311 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. Josh Bernoff,  senior vice president, idea development, at Forrester Research  joins   Anna Farmery on  The Engaging Brand podcast  to talk about his new book called Empowered. . We discuss . The importance of empowering customers.
    [Twitter] Show 309 - Why half of what you do is waste
    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 309 of  The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast is ready  just for  you. To subscribe or listen on your PC now - both for  free , you don't need to download anything - all explained at the end of the post. Ron Wince from Guidon  an expert in how continuous improvement can imrpove your  bottom line, joins   Anna Farmery on  The Engaging Brand podcast to talk about. Is continuous improvement a tool or a culture?
    [Twitter] Show 306 - One Minute Negotiator
    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 306 of  The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast is ready  just for you. To subscribe or listen on your PC now - both for  free , you don't need to download anything - all explained at the end of the post. George Lucas  who is a member of the board of directors for U.S. Does your negotiation style change with age? The concept of negotiaphobia! How negotiation is an ongoing process not a transaction.
    [Twitter] How to Blog for a Transient Audience
    Follow Tim on Twitter @TimsStrategy and share his 30 Ideas E-Book with job seeking friends! This post is by T im Tyrell-Smith, founder of Tim’s Strategy. We all have a free flow of readers who pop in, consume our content and move along. And while we have them, we hope to convert them: to have the, purchase a product, sign up for our feed, or perhaps join our community for good. Image by Tim Tyrell-Smith. But what if your core audience is transient? Not just a small percentage of them, but the bulk of your readers. Is your core audience transient? beginning photography. wedding planning.
    [Twitter] The meme-ing of Christmas
    Rather than posting and tagging people to get their opinions, which used to happen a lot a couple of years ago, people are just asking the same questions on Twitter and Facebook. I’d been meaning to write about how social networks really do seem to have killed something with regards to blogging – the blog meme. Bit of a shame for longer answers (And the chance to get some backlinks!). And then Eaon tagged me in a blog meme.Originally started by Rob Campbell. Bugger. So, in response: 1/ Best single thing [personal &/or professional] you did/achieved in 2010. Jonathan J.
    [Twitter] Transfer Your Blog From to Part 1
    Follow her adventures on Twitter  and sign up to her RSS Feed.  This guest post is by Ayelet Weisz of All Colores. It was finally happening: I was about to embark on the trip of my dreams—and I wanted to write all about it. decided that a travel blog, shared initially with family and friends, would be a great experiment to see if I felt comfortable with the format of blogging that I’d wanted to try for quite some time. did some research and found out that WordPress was a highly recommended platform. Transferring from to looks easy at first. Wrong. Wrong!
    [Twitter] Work Work Work
    And on Twitter, follow the #hirefriday tag. A few resources for those seeking work: Looking for Work. Serving Suggestions. Using the Social Web to Find Work.
    [Twitter] What can you get for a Fiver these days? Let’s see…
    Some I wouldn’t recommend: buying Twitter followers, for example. A latte and a muffin from Starbucks. single trip on the London Underground in Zone 1. Hmm…doesn’t go very far, does it? Unless you pop over to It’s one of the resources I turn to when I need a little something done in my business, quickly. The type of things that I haven’t got the time or tools to do myself, but are probably too small (or obscure) to find another professional to do for me. Particularly graphics and design type tasks, such as: removing the background from an image.
    [Twitter] Sitting In the Stat Seat
    I’m asking what I can do to improve time on site, what kinds of offers are interesting and useful and which aren’t, which networks are currently serving me my most traffic (twitter) and where I need more amplification (LinkedIn). 'In working on OWNER magazine , I’m paying attention to stats really closely so that I can try things, tweak things, and see what works and what doesn’t. feel like Christopher S Penn , but when I say that, please know I’m joking. I’ll never be 1/114th as clever as that man. And with this, I’m testing. know who you are.
    [Twitter] How things are changing
    Does any normal person actually care about these semantics?) – it’s interesting to note that this prediction by emarketer is despite the huge numbers of people claiming blogging was dead due to Facebook (Which was recently claimed to have lost some users for the first time), and Twitter. The Royal Mail is cutting thousands of jobs as the volume of letters sent each day dropped 22% – I can’t remember the last time I sent a letter which wasn’t required for business reasons. Is Tumblr blogging or microblogging?
    [Twitter] Users dissatisfied with social networks – are you surprised?
    Unfortunately Twitter wasn’t included, as so many people encounter it via a 3rd party client. Web Strategy Wikinomics Rankings ← Social networks don’t make students dumb Summer iPadwatch → Users dissatisfied with social networks – are you surprised? July 22nd, 2010 · View Comments Apparently American consumers surveyed in the 2010 American Customer Survey Index ranked Facebook lower than any other business in its category, but it still managed to beat Myspace by a point. h/t Mashable ). And it’s all because of a simple selling point – other people.
    [Twitter] Facebook Catching Up to Google and Yahoo as Your Home on the Web.
    pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Facebook Catching Up to Google and Yahoo as Your Home on the Web [Chart] by Pam Dyer on February 5, 2010 Share Facebook is bearing down on its rivals, threatening to become U.S. Internet users’ home on the Web. Time spent on Facebook soared to 27.6 billion minutes in December, up from 17.8 billion minutes in October, according to data from comScore. In December 2008, it was just 9.3 billion minutes.) Meanwhile, online rivals like Yahoo, Microsoft, and MySpace are all down. It’s especially ugly for Yahoo.
    [Twitter] Getty Images vs Creative Commons and Privacy: What Bloggers Need to Know
    The first being the tracking by Getty’s embedding window, the other one caused by the social sharing buttons by Twitter and Tumblr, both also part of the Embedded Viewer. At least European bloggers should consider including statements about Getty’s iframe and the Twitter/Tumblr sharing buttons included in the iframe. We at iubenda make it really easy for bloggers to generate their legal document with a couple of clicks by  simply adding the Twitter/Tumblr and Getty services to their privacy policy. 'This is a guest post written by  Simon Schmid  of  iubenda.
    [Twitter] The New Media Puzzle-The Impact Equation
    used to count on Twitter and Google+ for more business via my OUTPUT. Delivering interesting information to people who care about it is harder than ever. really bet you wanted me to say easier. The tech is easier and easier. can create stuff on my iPhone (or Android) that wasn’t even vaguely possible even as recently as 2007. And yet, as this technology grows, our consumption has shifted. I’ve seen huge changes in how people interact. I’ll tell you a little bit about my experience, so that you might glean what you will from it. We were told to get publishing on YouTube.
    [Twitter] Starting
    Here are some thoughts: Twitter – this is the serendipity engine. If you track sales leads, make sure to add spots for things like “blog, twitter,” and whatever else you want. This post was written in April 2012. I’m just dating it so we can check in later and see if it’s still good. Yes, like a freshness date. If I were a business person looking to understand how to use various digital channel making tools to build up my business, where would I start? What’s the right mix of tools to make this all make sense and work? Starting: Goals.
    [Twitter] Presence Is Something You Could Build Now
    share my musings on random whatevers on Twitter. 'I started my blog way back in 1998, when it was called journaling. had no idea what to do with it. started the way lots of people did back then: I wrote about whatever was on my mind, however trivial. Every media software I’ve used since then has been some mix of personal presence building plus an attempt to add some level of value to the larger story. Both are important. And there’s no great time to start. But there’s always a chance to be “too late.” ” Build Your Digital Presence Now. And Then What?
    [Twitter] Outsourcing: the Secret to Blogging Success
    Get a custom design made by a designer, or at least have a blog brand with logo and color scheme that’s consistent throughout your blog, Twitter, and Facebook page. This guest post is by Mark Collier is the author of Link Building Mastery. As an Internet entrepreneur, it’s easy to develop this sense of single mindedness—the if-I-can’t-do-it-no-one-can attitude. call it RTODIY (refuse to outsource; do it yourself). Although the name does need a bit of work. RTODIY is also the major obstacle between your self-created job and a successful business that runs independent of you.
    [Twitter] How to Get Great Interviews
    Jot some things down that you saw on their LinkedIn profile or from their Twitter stream. I’m fortunate that so many people want to interview me to hear my take. receive many requests for interviews, and lately, so many that I’ve had to turn some down so that I have time to enough work so that people will have a reason to interview me in the future. First – Homework. What turns me off fast is when someone sends me a form-letter feeling interview (this is often done in email, but I’ve had the face-to-face version at events). Know what you can about them. Relax.
    [Twitter] A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable | Spin Sucks
    Arment Dietrich Overview Expertise Resources Gini Dietrich News Media Center Careers Contact Follow US Facebook Linkedin RSS Feed Twitter YouTube Share Categories Communication Social Media Advertising Entrepreneur SEO Marketing Marketplace COMMUNICATION / SOCIAL MEDIA / ADVERTISING / ENTREPRENEUR / SEO / MARKETING Sep 16 2010 A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable By Daniel Hindin | Email | Print | 16 Comments | Guest post by Dana Hughens , CEO of Clairemont Communications. Should there be one Twitter feed or separate feeds? Twitter Handles: My Name or a Nickname?
    [Twitter] Why My First Blog Failed … and What You Can Learn from My Mistakes
    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. This guest post is by Ali Luke of Aliventures. Where do you hope blogging will take you? To other bloggers, it might look like I’ve been successful. Today, I’m going to tell you about my very first blog. It failed … but I learned a huge amount from the experience. And waited.
    [Twitter] Why I am not sleeping on Google+
    Sure it’s 40 million user-base is dwarfed by those of Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn, but none of them have the user base of Google.  In case you haven’t heard, Google has launched a new network for its users, Google+. Some are calling it a Facebook killer , while others are calling it dead. Both of these groups are wrong. Sure Google+ has some social components, but it is far from a social network, rather it’s a means to make search smarter.  Think I am wrong? Think again. Chances are that you rely on one if not more of these (or other Google products) products on a daily basis.
    [Twitter] Echo Debuts Real-Time River, Highlights Reader Activity
    It plays a key role in this morning's update, as the comments widget runs alongside River-enabled sites, which also display real-time comment counts for new entries, and nests the reactions (be they from comments on the site, Twitter , Digg or other sources) below the entry. After declaring the world of traditional comments dead last year , Echo has continued its quest to bring the world of real time reactions from around the Web to publishers looking to surface more engagement with their community. This new real-time widget updates live, not requiring refresh.
    [Twitter] Collaboration in the 2.0 Enterprise
    eg twitter and still holds value with millions of postings. Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Collaboration in the 2.0 Enterprise View Comments December 11th, 2009 Collaboration is a pretty broad term; according to Wikipedia: “Collaboration is a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together in an intersection of common goals — for example, an intellectual endeavor that is creative in nature —by sharing knowledge, learning and building consensus. How about 20,000?  and 40,000?  industries.
    [Twitter] Make Your Content Rule
    in a world of Blogs, Twitter , Podcasting, Webinars and more. Episode #231 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Content Rules is a book whose time has come. It was written by C.C. Chapman and Ann Handley. you already know. He was instrumental in getting me into Podcasting and along with being a close friend (and a co-host on Media Hacks), he is currently a freelance digital marketing strategist and pushing his new publishing space, Digital Dads. Content Rules focuses on the importance of content (no, great content!) blogging.
    [Twitter] 4 Sure-Fire Ways to Get More People to Share Your Content
    If you’re like me, you head over to Twitter and share it with your followers. Spread those posts out across Twitter and Facebook and any other social media channels (Digg and LinkedIn, perhaps?) 'There’s a lot of noise out there on the Internet today; to stand out, you have to have great content. can’t tell you how many posts I’ve read that start this way. But let’s break past the obvious for a tick. Let’s assume you do have great content. Having great content is important. We all know that. If it sounds like work, that’s because it is. Looking to increase your page views?
    [Twitter] Get Inspired And Go Shopping with French Connection's Youtique.
    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 « Diesel Kicks Ass With New Campaign! So what’s that?
    [Twitter] Link Shorteners and SEO - Jeff Korhan
    Here it is using Google's shortener:  [link] You can understand the primary value of link shorteners is to conserve space, especially when you are posting on Twitter.  This is why Twitter recently launched its own link shortener.  However, Twitter is the king of real-time search and Facebook may well be the challenger to both Google and Twitter. Here it is using Google's shortener:  [link] You can understand the primary value of link shorteners is to conserve space, especially when you are posting on Twitter. links. links.
    [Twitter] Behind the Curtain of a Sports Social Media Giant
    Bryan’s plan is to host live Twitter chats with players and continue to offer other features as the season goes on. community (unlike Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) is not gated, so users don’t necessarily know the anonymous people who are interacting with them. He proposes a No Complaint Day on Twitter: one day of the whole year where no one complains about anything. 'Bryan Srabian, The SF Giants @srabe. Read on for some of the highlights and tweetable moments, or listen to the full podcast. Please Support Our Sponsors. Listen Now . The RSS feed is:  [link].
    [Twitter] Pledge NOW to Bring “SMAC! Sock Monkeys Against Cancer” to Life!
    Twitter. NoMo the SMAC! leader. NoMo is the ringleader of “SMAC! Sock Monkeys Against Cancer”, a gang of monkeys that provides tangible support to those with cancer, reminding them no one fights it alone. Right now, NoMo is just a prototype. But, with YOUR help, NoMo and his SMAC! buddy, Phoenix, can soon be in the hands of those with/impacted by cancer to help them SMAC! it, by pledging your financial support here. Check-writer only? See bottom of this post for details). Funds pledged to my SMAC! Sock Monkeys Against Cancer product line, which so far includes two SMAC!
  • SOSHABLE  |  FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2011
    [Twitter] “Permanent” Traffic Doesn’t Exist on the Web
    People referred to a site from Twitter, Digg, Facebook or StumbleUpon do not stay very long to be sure, but their visits have an ancillary effect that causes a site to grow in the long term. What do people think social media professionals do for a living? They are not wizards like Gandalf. They can’t raise their staff and command visitors to become permanent residents of a site. If Gandalf had his way, all visitors would stay onsite. OK let’s say a digital strategist gets the visitors to a site. Good enough. They shouldn’t be mad because the bounce rate is high.
    [Twitter] Social Media is Driven by the Person, Not the Position
    It’s about the guy who convinces his administrator to do a press conference on Twitter.  link] judithspr4 (Judith Roth) Twitter Comment Social Media is Driven by the Person, Not the Position | Social… [link to post] – Posted using Chat Catcher buscar pareja I read a few topics. Twitter Comment Social Media is Driven by the Person, Not the Position [link to post] – Posted using Chat Catcher [link] alkaline water My sister recommended drinking alkaline water instead of bottled water. Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0 Government 2.0
    [Twitter] Personal Or Business Social Media Accounts: Which Is Best for You?
    chose to register my primary social media accounts (Facebook and Twitter) under my personal name. She is passionate about helping people make their own path in work and life and can be found on Twitter most days ( @clarelancaster ). This post is by Clare Lancaster, of One of the first decisions you’ll need to make when you start using social media and participating in social networking is to choose your username. Your final decision will depend on the answers you give to the following questions: Do you blog for fun or profit? What should you do?
  • KIKOLANI  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 2010
    [Twitter] 5 Tactics Bloggers Should Borrow from Traditional PR
    HootSuite for Blogging – Twitter Management for Bloggers. This guest post is written by Mickie Kennedy , founder of eReleases, an online leader in affordable press release distribution. Grab a free copy of the Big Press Release Book – Press Releases for Every Occasion and Industry. Bloggers have been hailed as “citizen journalists” and powerful influencers for years. But bloggers have another, less frequently discussed role – they’re also citizen PR experts. Network, Network, Network. Networking is a big deal in the PR world. Plan Ahead – Way Ahead. Related Posts.
    [Twitter] Concerns With Social Media Protection
    As stated before, employers may look through Facebook or Twitter pages in order to receive a general idea of who they’re looking to bring down. 'It’s not uncommon for employers to look at the social media pages of potential workers. After all, they want to know that the people they are looking to hire will not only be professional but won’t find themselves in trouble outside of the workplace. One can argue that this is invasive but considering the unpredictable nature of the working world, it’s understandable that very few want to take that risk. Photo Credit: Gigaom.
    [Twitter] Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook and the Gang of Four
    How come Twitter is not on that list? So many times, certainly in my world, in the social media consulting world, people always say Twitter in the same sentence as Facebook, perhaps incorrectly, given the extraordinary advantage that Facebook has in usage and penetration. But it’s always Twitter and Facebook. How come Twitter is not part of that? I also talk about platforms that are ascending, certainly LinkedIn, Twitter,, even Adobe. There are something like a million different services based on the Twitter open API. Jay: Hey everybody.
    [Twitter] Ford is Built Social Media Tough. Putting Ford in FORwarD Thinking
    Erin Ryan is a Social Media Specialist and you can follow her on Twitter @TheErinRyan.  To be an Automotive Company or Dealership at this exact moment in time can be tough. Social Media has annexed all natural distribution of selling and altered the performance salespersons have perfected for years. It has become alarming to many, not identifying the purpose of talking to people online, generating content to share and setting up shop on things called social networks. No one wants a one-way conversation or a sales pitch. When evidence of efforts is demonstrated, people do not forget.
    [Twitter] The Unsexy Truth about Finding Traffic for Your Blog
    Instead, people were finding content from other sources including: Twitter. Some months, Twitter can be good, but other months it can be down. Overall, I’ve seen traffic levels from Twitter and Facebook rise, but this has varied from month to month, and despite quite a bit of effort in building my network, the percentage of my overall traffic coming from social media has been relatively small (less than 10%). Last week I tweeted that I’d not checked my Google Reader account in a month. Well, it turns out that I’m not the only one. Facebook.
    [Twitter] Social Media Advertising: Should Bloggers Bother?
    Social media has proven its worth as a networking tool and a means of raising brand awareness, but the future of sites like Facebook and Twitter depend on convincing brands that that it’s worthwhile to invest in advertising on their sites in addition to interacting with customers. With its simpler interface, Twitter relies on promoting tweets that show up in the tops of users’ update streams. The opportunity to engage users through a free account may make it hard to justify the cost of Facebook or Twitter ads. This guest post is written by Lior Levin. Is it worth it?
    [Twitter] Learning to Violate Your Templates
    Follow SmallBizTracks on Twitter or Facebook or on Google+. 'Every good small business owner has a set of practices or behaviors they rely on while operating their business. These “best practices” serve as a template for employees, customers, and during peak hours or seasons. As business climates, economies, and the marketplace continues to change at an accelerating pace, “ Learning to Violate Your Templates”  can be a profitable exercise. We’ve all heard the term “out of the box” as a motivator for creative and innovative thinking.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2012
    [Twitter] Weekend Project: Research the Audience You Want … but Don’t Have
    Use  Twitter search to find out what people are saying about your niche in real time. This guest post is by Logan Marshall of the  Free Life Project. When I was starting out online, there was something that drove me absolutely crazy. It infuriated me. It made me want to punch a dozen newborn kittens. Okay not really, but it got me mad. Real mad. What am I talking about? Simply this: Everyone says you must “understand your audience.” You’ve heard this advice before right? ve had it crammed down my throat. Of course there are the common suggestions: “Just run a few surveys.”. Not fun.
    [Twitter] Five For Friday: April 27, 2012
    They’re not just present on Facebook and Twitter (with more than 20 accounts); they actually have a micro-targeted strategy for each to clearly govern their respective uses. The AP’s guidelines for social include Facebook for engagement, Twitter for breaking news, neither platform gets the story first -- it still hits the wires before social, a rule the AP calls “sacrosanct.” In this week's Five for Friday, let's take a look at social media from the perspectives of a member of traditional media's old guard, a B2B marketer, a media futurist, and a media buyer. So what? moment.
    [Twitter] Weekly Roundup: Paloozas And Palominos
    Comment as pts moderator Arik Hanson Getting info Pending approval share On Facebook On Twitter flag Delete Hide Unhide Ban user New! removeClass(livefyre-hidden)" class="livefyre-show-comment livefyre-button"> View comment pts mod Shonali Burke Getting info Pending approval share On Facebook On Twitter flag Delete Hide Unhide Ban user New! removeClass(livefyre-hidden)" class="livefyre-show-comment livefyre-button"> View comment pts moderator Joe Hackman Getting info Pending approval share On Facebook On Twitter flag Delete Hide Unhide Ban user New! Smart. pts Settings.
    [Twitter] Tweeters expand the reach and appeal of conferences
    You can also use Twitter search to find #XBM tweeters. If you can't be at an event these days you need to realise that through social networks (twitter in particular) you CAN be. I've sent many tweets from people who were NOT at conferences, such as Like Minds, for instance, who said they enjoyed being a part of the conference remotely, through Twitter. have a theory that active tweeting during a conference significantly expands the reach of the conference AND paves the way for increased attendance at the next one. All on board? didn't close them.)
    [Twitter] Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.
    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 Why D.I.S. Im a frequent social media conference speaker , and interview social media luminaries for my Twitter 20 series of live Twitter interviews. August 12, 2010 (766) Twitter Stream © 2008-2010 Convince & Convert, LLC. Then they can go back to business as usual.
    [Twitter] Why Char-Broil’s Blogger Outreach Program Gives Me the Warm and Fuzzies
    She loves the collaborative elements of digital and social marketing so don''t hesitate to reach out to her at any time at or follow her on Twitter on @KristenWords  and @GroupHigh. 'A few months ago I was struck by the number of posts floating around that discuss digital marketing “fails,” and blogger outreach gone bad—so many posts that just focused on what not to do. While these posts are important, educational, and often very funny I had trouble finding positive examples of PR professionals going above and beyond when it came to blogger outreach. Enjoy! Love it.
    [Twitter] 8 Blogging Lessons I Learned from Being Scammed by a Marketer
    His most recent efforts have been on teaching others What to Tweet to get more followers and make money on Twitter. This guest post is by Chris  The Traffic Blogger. This past month my fiancé and I went to a wedding expo. No, I am not one of those guys who lets the girl run around and do everything for the wedding! So I was there getting sold on everything from limos to flowers, and watching marketing at its finest (and worst). Most of the vendors practiced the art of scummy marketing—you know, making mediocre products look worth much more than they actually were. Red flag #2.
    [Twitter] Make Money From a Low-traffic Blog [Case Study]
    To my surprise, though, it started getting shared on Twitter. The first time someone mentions a book on Twitter you may not pay any attention. This guest post is by Nathan Barry of Designing Web Applications. It seems like every day you read a story about a blogger who released a product to their audience and made a ton of money overnight. But then after you read more details about their story, you learn that they already had a popular blog with a huge audience. That’s the point in the process where I always used to feel disappointed. My story is different. The beginnings. Got it?
    [Twitter] New High-Tech and Old High-Touch – Both Bring Value (Clips)
    Follow SmallBizTracks on Twitter or Facebook or on Google+. 'While some are excited about the possibilities of wearable technology like Google Glass , there are those that think it’s kind of creepy. tend to be with the first camp. Here’s a firefighter who is also thinking about possibilities, developing a tool that could end up saving lives: Can''t see the video in your RSS reader or email? Click Here! While high-tech is great, high-touch still brings a lot of value. began using this format of journal keeping late last year and love it. Click Here! Who’d''ve thunk it.
    [Twitter] Always with Your Customers and Prospects in Mind
    Follow SmallBizTracks on Twitter or Facebook or on Google+. 'At your store or office location, you probably don’t set up shop to impress the Chamber, your Merchant’s Association, BNI members, or even the local business journal. It’s for your customers and prospects. If your window display is setup to receive accolades rather than sales, though there may be overlap, you’ll eventually lose sales. And eventually, your window display becomes brown butcher paper with a sign saying, “ Retail Space Available.” Consider leaving a comment!
    [Twitter] Social Media Marketing Lessons from Four Christmas Classics
    If Clark Griswold had Twitter, his rant would have been a little longer than 140 characters when he opened that bonus check, but you can be sure he would have been vocal with how unhappy he was with his employer! This post was originally published on SocialBrandU. This might be an embarrassing fact about myself, but if you ask me what my top 10 favorite movies of all time are, Christmas movies will take up a majority of the list. From the time I finish Thanksgiving dinner until New Years, I pack in as many Christmas movies as possible! Miracle on 34th Street. It’s wonderful. Ovaltine?
    [Twitter] What the Marketing Automation Vendors Won’t Tell You
    Follow Martha on  Twitter  or connect with her on  LinkedIn. Marketers know that successful customer engagement involves leveraging customer data, turning it into intelligence and then making smart marketing use of those insights. Messaging and campaign tools will continue to evolve, and their claims of solving world hunger get more and more strident.  But very few of these tools take on the hardest, least exciting tasks of getting the data right. These presentations are filled with talk of “pipes that are open to receive structured and unstructured data.”
    [Twitter] The Web Content Management Maturity Curve
    Connect with Chris on LinkedIn , or follow him on Twitter. Chris Dewey. In March 2010, Forrester Research released its survey results on the evolution of Web Content Management in the corporate enterprise.  There are several findings to highlight, but in general, we are witnessing the maturation of this technology to a place on the curve that we frequently refer to as optimization.  Enterprises are finally past the hurdles of implementation and adoption, and are now focused on achieving the best of the promises of technical capability and business value.  Integration. Part 1 of 3.
    [Twitter] A Digtial Handshake With Paul Chaney
    There were sites like Facebook and Twitter and I didn’t quite know what to make of it. Over and over I hear, how do I use Facebook, or Twitter, etc? Every once in awhile while there are people who enter your life and not only influence your journey but touch your heart. Paul Chaney is one of those people. In his new book The Digital Handbook Paul simply and smartly explains not only why it is now critical that marketers pay attention to social media but suggests ways of how to put the tactics into play. Paul graciously agreed to an email interview. Paul Chaney. I’m kidding.)
    [Twitter] Show 450 - Is Discounting Good For Your 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 Head of Business Development Joel Tobias from NetVouchercodes. Often on the podcast we talk about protecting the brand - and I wanted to discuss the other side of the argument - we discuss. Does discounting devalue a brand? How to use discounting and online vouchers in a strategic way.
    [Twitter] Make My Blog Better
    With Twitter, Facebook, and other social media outlets, we are all part of a team and I’m hoping to learn from my teammates. Digg Digg My mother used to say, “The best way to get better is simple, just ask someone who’s already better.&#  So, for once in my life I’m going to take my mother’s advice and simply ask people who are better than me for ways to better myself. Going back over my posts I noticed that I say a lot of things and give a lot of talking points, but rarely actually take any of that advice and put it into practice. Make me more productive.
    [Twitter] Nashville BarCamp-A-Go-Go (aka Ol’ BarCamp Eve)
    Related Posts: BarCamp 2010: And The Winner Is……… The Greatest Marketing Advice In The History Of Ever Reasons to Love Twitter and Technoviking Spin Sucks Guest Post A BarCamp Recap For People Who Are Not Me. Digg Digg Well, tomorrow’s the day. It’s finally here. BarCamp Nashville 2010. If you haven’t already signed up for my panel session, Marketing Douchebags: SEO, Social and Beyond , be sure to do that soon. Apparently there’s only room for 150 attendees and we are getting closer to that number every day. It’s going to be exciting.
    [Twitter] Fetching Friday – Share Your Choices for the Resources Mashup
    Twitter. For the first time in over a year, the Fetching Friday series will go dark as I am currently in Australia and, needless to say, not keeping up on my online reading. What I do want is to open the floor up to my readers to share their favorite posts for the week in the comments! It’s simple – just share a post that has been written this week that fits the following categories: Blogging / Writing. Facebook. Infographics. Link Building. Making Money Online. Online Business. Online Marketing. Photography. SEO / Analytics. Social Media. WordPress. Can I Share My Own Posts?
    [Twitter] Five for Friday
    Twitter Rejects A $25,000 Check It Rightfully Earned – This post made the cut because it goes to show how far off Twitter is from having a true business model. Is it me or did this week drag for you too? Maybe it was the unbearable heat or the sudden drop in temperature that did it in for me, but who knows? Maybe I am just getting old. Despite the dragging week it was highlighted by two pretty cool things the first was Baby Espo’s Christening over the weekend with oodles of family in town and the second was taking him to see his first movie, the new Winnie the Pooh.
  • JEFF ESPOSITO  |  FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
    [Twitter] Five for Friday
    Twitter’s postholes -. Twitter’s Postholes from Isaac Pigott on Vimeo. This was a good week as the sun finally started to shine on New England, just in time to usher in the unofficial start of the summer with Memorial Day weekend. am looking forward to this weekend, which starts at roughly 2:00 p.m. today. have a nice relaxing weekend planed with Mrs. & Baby Espo planned, how about you? If your weekend hasn’t already started, I appreciate you taking the time to peep out this week’s edition of Five for Friday. So with that – cheers to the weekend.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010
    [Twitter] Hungover Radio – A Social Media Success Story by Marcus Edwardes.
    You can listen to Hungover Radio at , or follow Marcus on Twitter @hungoverradio. You might also like: How to Sell Social Media – Twitter 7 Days to Turn Your Blog Into a Social Media Hub Coming Next Week Discussing Social Media with… Mark Harai Tags: guest posts , hungover radio , marcus edwardes , social media 12 voices - share yours! Back to Business and Thank You Response to Barbara Talismans Misinformed 12for12k Post Is Twitter Killing Blog Comments? Share Save January 16th  2010, I’m at a party with a few friends. Girls, sport, gadgets, movies.
  • KIKOLANI  |  MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2010
    [Twitter] Valuable Commenters vs. Comment Spammers
    Have a Twitter account? Comment spam. Everyone has encountered it. Even the typical blog reader who just stumbled upon an article for something they searched in Google has probably seen their fair share of comments from people by the name of Loan Modification that think that article is a “great post&# and would also like to drop in the fact that they offer incredible deals. Here are some different viewpoints of valuable comments and comment spam from blog owners to link builders. Blog Owners Perspective. As a blog owner, I engage in a daily battle with comment spam. Frustration.
    [Twitter] Our Fragile Web of Dead Domains and Lapsing Links
    from Twitter , helpful on their service, along with 'For all our talk about how much information is produced every year , and how every little piece of our lives is being shared and instantly discoverable, it is surprising how difficult it can be to find information on the Web, in its original state from just five years ago, let alone ten or fifteen. believe strongly in the concept of the cloud , and have moved practically all my data to it , relying on a cloud-centric laptop each day and saving my files in the cloud. No, I didn''t type it twice. it stopped redirecting.
    [Twitter] Australia Sharepoint Conference June 16/17 2010
    mentioned on Twitter that I would like to go to Australia Sharepoint Conference but can’t justify the price of the ticket (not core business for me). So Kerriann contacted me on LinkedIn (not Twitter) and offered me a ticket. Australia Sharepoint Conferencer organisers have very wisely been on Twitter for some time and using social media to promote their conference. Interesting. I’m going and so is my mate Jodie Miners aka JodieM. You can follow Sharepoint Conference on @AUSharepoint. What is Sharepoint and why do I want to go? How much I don’t know.
    [Twitter] Social Pros 18 – Ike Pigott, Alabama Power
    LinkedIn certainly has its place, but for us, the activity on Twitter dwarfs that that we see on LinkedIn. You have that information annuity both in Google and in other benefits that Twitter and LinkedIn and Facebook simply don’t accrue. find that Twitter and Google+ serve that purpose in a more public way. Then, more public things like Twitter and Facebook and Google+ on the other side. We’ve got one recruiter at Alabama Power who’s very active on Twitter. That just because you have Twitter doesn’t mean you’re on it 24/7.
    [Twitter] Day 5: People of color impacting the social web – Joselin Mane – #29DaysofDiversity
    Twitter: @JoselinMane. 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] SideraWorks is Taking on Social Business
    You can also follow us on Twitter , join our Facebook page , or circle us on Google+. It’s an exciting day over here at SideraWorks, so I wanted to take a moment to share with you a couple of things. First, our website is live! This has definitely been a labor of love, but we think you’ll like where it’s ended up. Many thanks to Josh Fisher and John Hawkins for their amazing work and patience while we changed our mind fifty times on things. What Do You Guys Do? Social Business, Huh? Because there is  a difference between social media  and social business. Thank You!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2012
    [Twitter] Use Monroe’s Motivated Sequence to Call Your Readers to Action
    Check Sean out at and follow him on Twitter @SDavisMedia. This guest post is by Sean Davis of Blogs do not produce income. Simply writing and publishing content does not increase your bank account balance. The idea that money is a direct result of blogging is a myth that the best bloggers have dismissed, but most choose to treat it as a law of the blogosphere. What a shame. Many new bloggers will jump out of their online careers just as quickly as they jumped into them when they realize that it’s not enough to simply create content. don’t know. hope so.
    [Twitter] Pushing Social Digest – The Good Stuff
    PS + Twitter. I have a feeling that you had a busy week. Maybe you didn’t get time to visit your crazy uncle over here on Pushing Social. No worries, I’ve kept the light on for you and rustled up a nice list of what we’ve been up to. Blogging Success Secrets Webinar. I’m fired up about next week’s Webinar! I’ll be teaching you 10 success secrets that you can immediately apply to your blog. I want you to be there. Click here to register your spot (only 70 more available). This Week on PS. Blogging by the Numbers – An Olympic Champion’s Approach.
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