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    [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] Five for Friday 12.31.10
    Cory Booker: The Mayor of Twitter and Superhero of the Blizzard – there is no question that I am a fan of Corey Booker. am glad I saw this one come across Keith Trivitt ’s Twitter stream and think you’ll enjoy it as well. Social Media, Space Aliens, and The End Of The World – Dan Perez is on of my favorite folks to interact with in Twitter chats. How many of you worked this week? am sure not many as my office was a ghost town, but I did enjoy the two-day work week – hell it allowed me to get to a clean. inbox, down from the 700 unread emails in my work box.
    [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.
  • SOSHABLE  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2012
    [Twitter] Inbound Marketing for All Size Businesses: Earning Customers Without Spending a Dime
    Social media can also help you get more exposure, especially since more and more people are now logging on to social media websites like Facebook and Twitter. The thing about marketing nowadays is that there are more options for small business owners who are looking for more customers to take a look at their products and services. There have been numerous theories and schools of thought dedicated to various methods of online marketing, all of which are quite effective in their own way. One of them is inbound marketing, and this one has its own set of advantages. Marketing your website.
    [Twitter] The Secret to Feeding Your Family with a Blog
    using tricks to get thousands of Twitter followers. automating my Twitter and Facebook streams. Google rankings, Facebook Likes, and Twitter retweets aren’t sales either. working hard to increase my Twitter and Facebook connections by connecting with influential people and providing them value. scheduling some of my Twitter and Facebook stream but always participating in conversations with others as well. This guest post is by Russ Henneberry of Tiny Business, Mighty Profits. But time is running out. The time bomb is ticking. Generate sales, or die.
    [Twitter] Facebook Breaks the Marketing Sound Barrier for Small Business
    You can also build links to your Facebook page and focus on off-site link building which includes linking to your Facebook page from your website, blog and other social sites like Twitter. How Facebook Can Make Your Small Business Soar. recent Capital One TV ad features comedian Jimmy Fallon politely asking a somewhat indifferent baby boy in a high chair: “Would you like 50% more cash? Everybody likes more cash!” Convinced no one could possibly refuse such an offer, much to Jimmy’s surprise, the kid responds by tossing a handful of Cheerios in Jimmy’s face. Do you want more sales?
    [Twitter] Improving Family Life, One Blog Post at a Time
    This is what makes the most sense for where they’re getting engagement – people prefer to share about their kids on Facebook rather than in a public forum like Twitter. Mike loves the accessibility: he can communicate to anyone on Twitter, and they are willing to communicate back. 'Michael Stelzner, SME and My Kids’ Adventures @mike_stelzner. Read on for some of the highlights and tweetable moments, or listen to the full podcast. Please Support Our Sponsors. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Listen Now . Tweetable Moments.
    [Twitter] Emergent Collaboration Vendor Review: Traction Software
    If you are vendor that would like to participate, please contact me (email is in the sidebar as is twitter link). While many vendors are trying to copy each other (who in turn are copying Twitter and Facebook) to develop products, Traction believes in creating solutions to solve problems and these solutions are created through products which use search as the tie that binds. 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. Support. Pricing.
    [Twitter] Five Myths of Community Management | Brass Tack Thinking
    Social Networking Is All We Do I spend time on Twitter, blogs, Facebook, forums, and social networking sites as part of my job. And I most certainly do not get paid to just hang out on Twitter and chat all day long (as fun as that might be in theory). The social channels for me, especially Twitter, are like the phone to me. The difference is that Twitter and blogs and other social networks are communities of their own, so it’s a many-to-many atmosphere that brings additional value through continued participation. But it’s not all I do. What Say You?
    [Twitter] Five for Friday – Heading on Vacation Edition
    NYPD forms new social media unit to mine Facebook and Twitter for mayhem – This article from the NY Daily News was really relevant given what is going on in London right now. Do you spend more time fretting over your phone, Twitter, Facebook or other superficial thing? By the time you read this post, I will be somewhere on the road to New Jersey. This weekend will mark the first time Baby Espo heads down to the Garden State to meet the majority of our extended family that he has yet to meet. But that is not to say that you won’t be in good hands. Definitely give it a read.
    [Twitter] 7 Zen Principles for Blog Content Writing
    Are you worried that you’ll fail at learning technical SEO skills, or struggle to be heard when you join a crowded Twitter chat? 'Could blog content writing be Zen? Maybe not at first glance.  I don’t know about you, but most of the content marketers I know are a pretty jittery bunch. Between the gallons of coffee they drink (what is it about writers and coffee?), and the fact that they’re always creating, learning and thinking, we probably come across more caffeinated than calm. Image credit: dan/ More wisdom and clarity of mind. More positive thinking. Be Present.
    [Twitter] #crisisdata: Getting Ready for the Emergency Social Data Summit
    Are you aware of the American Red Cross’s Emergency Social Data Summit on Thursday – or #crisisdata on Twitter. While we are using traditional social media tools like a wiki , Twitter conversations during the conference via the #crisisdata hashtag, Flickr photos (coming) and U-Stream (to be provided by NextGenWeb ), there’s some experimentation, too. To give you an idea how important this issue is, ARC just released survey results that show 74 percent of civilians in need who post a cry for help online via social media expect a response. We’ll see how it goes!
    [Twitter] Sun CEO’s Blog Does the Time Warp
    Sun’s Twitter account linked to the blog was tweeting six-month old blog posts up until October 15. Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz is unquestionably one of the best, and first, CEO bloggers in the world. He’s not only a pioneer, but an intelligent, articulate, engaging writer who sets a difficult standard for others to match. was writing a column on CEO blogging this afternoon and noticed that Jonathan’s blog has not been updated since May 18 of this year. For reasons why, just click here to read the background. Oracle announced its intention to acquire Sun on April 20.
  • LOUIS GRAY  |  FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010
    [Twitter] Funneling The Web's Firehose of Data Through a Thin Pipe
    still powered through Google Reader , gnashing my teeth at photo-laden entries, and browsed Twitter mostly by phone, but activity on social networks was reduced - especially on Google Buzz , where the prospect of waiting for Gmail to load before getting to the network itself was too much to consider. For the past several years, much like many of you, the fastest Internet speeds I have enjoyed have been at home. Very often, corporate networks, be they those at headquarters or client sites or shared networks at events and public settings, lag well behind my own home experience. yesterday.
    [Twitter] ClickandBuy Launches P2P Payments Facebook App
    Related posts: Study Proves Facebook and Digg Visitors More Loyal; Twitter in Last Place Are you a loyal visitor? A new P2P payment application for Facebook has been launched that allows you to send or receive money up to a value of €50. Buxter, developed by ClickandBuy, has a wide range of possible uses, from paying a friend your share of the previous evening’s restaurant bill, to giving someone money for their birthday, to making a donation in support of a charity. The Facebook application can be found here: [link]. You will then be redirected to the ClickandBuy site to do this.
    [Twitter] Managing Social Presence
    If you look at the graphic to the left, it lets you post messages and read messages from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, FourSquare and elsewhere. It also lets you cook up searches in Twitter search, plus a few other things. way to listen beyond Twitter search. I’ve been thinking through my social presence, but further more, I was thinking about what it’s going to be like for a business (small or large) to manage their social presence. For instance, I’m a user and affiliate for the Hootsuite application. blog editor. Email marketing integration.
    [Twitter] Money Isn’t Everything: Rethink Incentives To Motivate Millennials
    Follow Michelle on Twitter @michellemanafy. From marketing and advertising, to media and business, the impact of the always-connected, socially networked Digital Native on our society is profound. Michelle Manafy draws from her book Dancing With Digital Natives and personal observations to argue why the rise of Millennials forces a massive rethink of all systems based on command-and-control. In this first column Michelle connects the dots in key data points to provide organizations advice on how they can motivate Millennials to deliver their best. But is this observation on the mark? 
    [Twitter] 97 Ideas for Building a Valuable Platform
    Learn how to create useful posts on Twitter. 2012 is the year where social media oversaturation hits hard. We will scale back on our participation in social networks, and we will most certainly scale back who we choose to follow as sources. This won’t be because someone is bad or good. It will be based on whether the connection with that person adds value to the stream of information we’re cultivating or not. In determining how to deliver value and stay relevant and visible in this new landscape, I’ve written down 97 ideas to help you build a valuable platform. Video.
    [Twitter] Blog Accessibility Essentials: The Complete Guide
    Ensure your site is coded correctly so adaptive software users can easily skip past or stop dynamic elements such as menus or updating Twitter feeds. This guest post is by Steff Green of the Disabled Shop Blog. Digital content has opened up a whole new world of possibility for people with print disabilities. Previously, very little printed material was available in a format that blind and low vision people can access, (Braille, audio or large print), and these formats were costly and time-consuming to produce. blog is never going to be perfect for everyone. What is adaptive equipment?
    [Twitter] Ride the World Wide Rave to Sales Success
    Guest David Meerman Scott: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download David Meerman Scott: Twitter | Web | Blog Subscribe to the  Social Media Professor Podcast on iTunes. Home About Book Trey to Speak Let’s Connect #smBBQ Subscribe trey pennington connections, content, conversations: commerce™ Ride the World Wide Rave to Sales Success by trey on February 16, 2010 Naked Conversations author and social media icon from his famed days at Microsoft, Robert Scoble , says, “You’re not supposed to be able to do what David Meerman Scott is about to tell you in this book.&#
    [Twitter] Come with Me to Tanzania
    You can also follow the journey on Twitter by following CBM’s Twitter account. I’ll be making updates on that and also, from time to time, on the ProBlogger Twitter account. Blogging has been very good to me. Over almost nine years, it’s been a daily blessing in more ways that I can count: new friends. new skills. new knowledge. the opportunity to travel. the ability to pay off a mortgage. business partnerships. the chance to do what I love (communicate and build communities) all day, every day— and get paid for it! Blogging has been very good to me.
    [Twitter] Beware of Vendors Pushing Social Media Retainers
    In 2008, the running joke was that more than 10,000 bios on Twitter had the self described social media expert moniker. The following is draft material for the second edition of Now Is Gone , which is almost out of print. Comments may be used in the final edition. You can download the first drafted chapter of the new edition — Welcome to the Fifth Estate — for free. lot has been said about the dangers of working with a so-called social media expert. There are several areas of concern with communications agencies. This seems to be a desperate attempt to stay relevant.
    [Twitter] How Personalized Search Should Affect Blogging Strategies for Ranking
    What influence will I personally have on my friends and followers search results if I were to share some of Kristi’s articles on twitter or Google Plus? This is a guest post by Leo Dimilo who has been an online marketer for over a decade and has quietly been earning a living online. couple years ago, I wrote an SEO article for Kristi and Kikolani called unlock your marketing genius to make money online. In the article, I was very critical on social media as a means to make money online because, as I put it, the social crowd were readers rather than “buyers&#. Out of sight.
    [Twitter] Optimize and the Confluence of Search and Social Media
    Twitter Handles 350 Billion Tweets Per Day. Jay: And Twitter has 350 billion tweets a day? But yet, in terms of actual level of inquiry, level of chatter, Twitter and Facebook and those guys are right there. Or I might have, you know, retail and Facebook, retail and Twitter, retail and SEO, retail and social media. Excerpt of my interview with Lee Odden. Video production by my friends at Candidio. Fast, inexpensive, quality video production. Transcription services from Speechpad. For full conversation, watch the video! Jay: Hey, everybody. Lee: Somewhere. Very nice.
    [Twitter] Outlook Money Story on Being the Chief Marketing Offer of You Inc.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Hindu Story on Mobile Marketing in India The Social Squared Manifesto » Outlook Money Story on Being the Chief Marketing Offer of You Inc Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! All because I started sharing what I was learning on my blog.
    [Twitter] Don’t Fall Into This Trap That Could Destroy Your Blog
    Her hero seemed to blog with more confidence, she got more comments, she had a larger Twitter following, she was more active on Pinterest, she was getting some great brands advertise on her blog, she was invited to cool events…. She could see her hero’s Twitter follower numbers, how many comments she was getting, how many times she Pinned on Pinterest and the instagram photos of this blogger at glamorous events – but she didn’t really have the full picture of this other blogger. Paralysed by Comparisons. Once Sally started comparing she couldn’t stop.
    [Twitter] What makes a person charismatic? - The Engaging Brand
    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. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 274 - How to succeed as an entrepreneur | Main | Show 275 - How to stay younger and feel sharper » What makes a person charismatic? was thinking today about how lucky I am, having been surrounded all my life by charismatic people. My good old Dad, three influential bosses and people I work with now.
    [Twitter] Get In Before We Close the Doors
    Also, look for the #BTMC hashtag on Twitter to meet some people selling the course on my behalf because they are enjoying it so much. I’ve been really lucky to be leading the education experience of writers seeking to bring their blogging and writing skills to the next level. We have 50 students right now in the course, Blog Topics: The Master Class , which is a 16 week course for learning how to write better, improve your blog, and deliver more to your audience. But I’m going to have to close this program to new members in just a few days. Me, personally. Not some team.
    [Twitter] Putting up a Steel Curtain on Social Media
    few weeks back, pundits noted that Twitter had its moment. This post originally ran on PR Breakfast Club , but I wanted to share with you in case you missed it over there. The 140-character service was on fire with tweets mentioning the death of Osama Bin Laden at a rate that traditional news outlets couldn’t keep up. Once the story was confirmed by President Obama, Twitterville was generally filled with messages of happiness, relief and closure from all across the country. just have a hard time believing a plane could take a skyscraper down demolition style”.
    [Twitter] Cool Stuff: BBC's Remixable Pilot Video
    Not only have they given us the iPlayer for which we should be eternally grateful, they track social conversation around their shows and bring us great digital sites stacked full of delicious content. So its no surprise that they continue to break boundaries (or is it push). Their latest, potentially greatest (?) move is the launch of a shareable, re-mixable online pilot show. Link Here. think this is a really great concept and something that could be easily rolled out across all of BBC’s programming. e.g. drag and drop to create a DVD which could then be sold at a premium.
  • DIGIGEN  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 2010
    [Twitter] Chrome sees Growth, whilst Firefox and Internet Explorer Shrink
    don’t believe this is going to make a sizeable difference to the browsers people use, the people who know which browsers are best are using them already and they also know how to find them. What is interesting to me is the fact that both Internet Explorer and Firefox have both dropped in terms of usage. IE is seeing a study decline in usage which had originally been because of the growth of Firefox. However, with Firefox in decline its clear that the reason for both of these dropping off is now Chrome. In the last month, Chrome has seen a 5% increase in usage. 2) Speed. Even Firefox.
    [Twitter] One to Watch:
    One to Watch: By mattbamfordbowes on March 3, 2010 An interesting development in news publications, but to be honest one I cannot see rivalling traditional means of taking in news. By traditional I mean blogs and journalists. It does have a very interesting niche to fill, but I ponder if its a niche which hasn’t needed to be created. describes itself as: “a news community which allows anyone to publish written and visual work online and in print. theblogpaper aims to publish the first user-generated newspaper in London.&#
  • DIGIGEN  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010
    [Twitter] Renault Puts Cars Into Sims 3
    The most notable example of this being how IKEA created an upgrade pack for Sims 2 which enabled you to create a wonderful house full of IKEA products. This spring Renault will continue this movement by creating an electric car upgrade pack for Sims 3. It sounds like its going to be really exciting so I will look forward to giving it a trial. Digigen Strategy for Sims: 1) Alpha Test new products. Test the new products which aren’t yet common to the market to see if it is a good enough product to start putting into real-life Beta. Sims has an audience of 4.5million (based on copies sold).
  • DIGIGEN  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 2010
    [Twitter] Joining The Brooklyn Brothers
    Link Here for more info ) Its been a pretty interesting 2.5 years at MediaCom and MediaCom Beyond Advertising. My team have been thoroughly inspirational to work with and learn from, with big mentions to Helen Wallace (@wallbo), Tim Page, Tom Saunter (@freedimensional), Alex Gough (@Gougher), Charlie Lockett (@charlielockett), George Dixon and Chris Pullon. Particularly inspirational people for me have been Jerry Lloyd-Williams and David Fieldhouse who have been some of the real thought leaders at MediaCom and MBA since I have been there. See ya. Dan on A New Focus on Social Business Strategy.
    [Twitter] Get Your Head Out of That Gannt Chart and Do Some Thinking Once in.
    Go out to lunch with someone from a totally different part of the business and learning about what they do Be like Dr. House , find a ball to toss around and think about how to solve a problem Set up Google alerts for issues related to your organization and commit to staying on top of them Create an “If I were King/Queen for a day&# list of ideas for your organization Do a Twitter search for your organization/brand and see what others are saying Can you find time in your schedule to be great? Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0 Government 2.0 know we’re all busy. 
    [Twitter] Weekly Roundup: Project Happiness
    Comment as pts moderator Jill Foster 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 Alex Talbott Getting info Pending approval share On Facebook On Twitter flag Delete Hide Unhide Ban user New! was happy yesterday.
    [Twitter] NASCAR Driver Brad Keselowski Tweets From The Daytona 500
    NASCAR was pushing their presence on Twitter in the days leading up to the Daytona 500. Displaying Twitter handles from the newscasters to NASCAR drivers. And, last night, NASCAR definitely got the Twitter push they were wanting. He photographed the fire and uploaded it to Twitter from inside his car on the track. This marks the first time in history that a driver has posted a photo on Twitter from his/her car. We’re granted unprecedented access to major world events with platforms like Twitter. Brad Keselowski's Tweet.
    [Twitter] Strategy Lessons: The Water Book
    From its very visible Facebook, Twitter and blog efforts to its grassroots fundraising platform, email efforts, and experimental marketing via platforms like Gowalla, LIVESTRONG consistently directly engages its community with great successes. A Book of Five Rings , written by Miyamoto Musashi in 1645, is one of the world’s classic sources of strategy. Its influence extends beyond military schools to the entire Japanese business culture, and has made its way into Western culture, too. The Water Book is the second primary chapter of the Five Rings, following the Ground Book.
    [Twitter] Finding Readers Week: Mrs Woog’s Tips to Create Conversations on Your Blog
    It might be your blog, Facebook, Twitter or a combination of all three. My social media playground is the blog, Twitter and Facebook, and I approach these very differently. And then there is Twitter, or as I like to call it, the seedy backroom bar of some dodgy pub. 'Day two of our Finding Readers week is successful Australian blogger Mrs Woog of Woogsworld. With a thriving Facebook community and a comment section that makes the rest of us green with envy, she’s learned a thing or two in her time. Here she spills all… Engagement. write the way that I talk.
    [Twitter] Telstra NBN – Goodbye copper networks
    But one thing that is clear, or was, after a bit of a Twitter discussion:  that copper is no more. Telstra has done a deal with National Broadband Network Co (or a heads of agreement which is not quite the same thing). You can read about it here. And an analysis of it here. The thingie that ran our phone networks for hundreds of years (ok, last century) is being put out to pasture, retired, taken out. In the early 1980′s I worked for  the then Telecom Australia. It’s a family tradition, as both my parents worked at Telecom Australia for the majority of their working lives.
    [Twitter] Set a Posting Schedule that Encourages Shares and Pageviews
    The following information was taken from data received in 2011 (social shares apply to Facebook and Twitter). First, people are using Facebook and Twitter at work. Do you want them to click from Twitter? This guest post is by Lindsey Dahlberg of We’ve all heard the saying, “great content gets shared.” But what happens if yours isn’t getting shared? Does that mean you don’t have great content? Not necessarily. It could mean you have top-notch content, but you’re not posting it at the most opportunistic times of day. Social shares. Best days.
    [Twitter] Open Leadership Awards Update
    Leave a Reply Please read my comment policy Search Twitter Updates Laughing my head off watching The Flying Karamazov Brothers (trying to) juggle greased balloons in San Jose. (@ San Jose Repertory Theatre) 2 weeks ago @ artist_branding Glad you enjoyed Open Leadership! Home Blog Open Leadership Groundswell Resources Engagements News About Charlene Open Leadership Awards Update I’m very excited to announce that we have selected the winners for our first annual  Open Leadership awards. You’ll be able to follow the award ceremony and conference online at UStream.
    [Twitter] Would You Try It With a Fox?
    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 Would You Try It With a Fox? Will you embrace Twitter if I can show you ROI? Im a frequent social media conference speaker , and interview social media luminaries for my Twitter 20 series of live Twitter interviews. But that’s another post for another time…). And guess what? House.
  • JUSTIN LEVY  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011
    [Twitter] Using Impressions as a Success Metric
    This debate is similar to the number of followers one has on Twitter. We report success based on impressions, whether they’re media impressions, Twitter followers, RSS subscribers or Facebook likes. Before getting into my thoughts on whether or not media impressions are a useless success metric, this post was inspired by Rob Clark’s post over on Dave Fleet’s blog on whether or not “share of voice” is a useless PR metric. One thing that has struck me lately is the reliance on “media impressions” as a measure of success in PR campaigns.
    [Twitter] Accelerate the Convergence of Social, Search, and Content
    Of course, Facebook exploded a couple of years ago, and Twitter, and now Google+, and it’s gotten much easier to promote the content and use social media. This is my video interview with Arnie Kuenn about his excellent new book Accelerate. It’s a playbook for integrating your social media, search, and content marketing. wrote the forward for the book. Video production, editing, titling by my friends at Candidio. If you need your raw video footage tidied up good, fast, reasonably priced, they are the guys. Video transcription from Speechpad. Fast, easy, inexpensive. Thank you.
    [Twitter] Social Media & Media Relations – More Aligned Than We Thought
    Contact him on Twitter  @KeithTrivitt. A  fascinating study recently released by communications industry consultancy  StevensGouldPincus sheds light on the power social media now imparts upon the public relations and communications professions. Released under the headline “ Social Media Will Overtake Traditional Media as PR Tool in Next Two Years ,” the study clearly demonstrates how social media is no longer viewed as merely a one-off component for successful campaigns, but is increasingly taking the place of traditional PR tools and tactics.
    [Twitter] What I Learn From My Daughter - Danny Brown
    This post was mentioned on Twitter by Grant Griffiths, Stacie H Connerty, Doktor Social, Santi Chacon, Blog Manana and others. 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 What I Learn From My Daughter August 13, 2010 54 voices share yours! Share Save In life and in business, we’re constantly learning. New knowledge; new ideas; new viewpoints. So, always at square one.
  • SOSHABLE  |  SUNDAY, JULY 28, 2013
    [Twitter] 6 Reasons Managed Web Hosting Is Good for Your Social Media
    If you want to respond to a particular customer comment on Facebook or offer a helpful link in a Twitter discussion as soon as possible, you need fast processing times. 'Managed web hosting is a sensible solution for a busy small business that wants a strong web presence but doesn’t have the time or expertise to manage all the site maintenance by itself. Instead, the company hires a service from a vendor that can take care of most of the site work behind the scenes while the business concentrates on the main decisions. Higher uptime, on the average. Fast servers. Scalability.
    [Twitter] Digg Experiments with Embedded Image Posts
    The idea is to improve the ability for their links to be shared on other social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. In an effort to improve “shareability&# and make the site more sticky, Digg is experimenting with embedded images on the Digg submission permalinks. For months, Digg has had (off and on at times) inline videos that could be played directly from the Digg post page for certain video sites like YouTube and Break. Last night, Digg started rolling out embedded images as well. As a result, the sharing was most likely done to the source rather than the Digg link.
    [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.
    [Twitter] “Not My Path” in Friday Flutterings
    Follow SmallBizTracks on Twitter or Facebook or on Google+. 'Productivity is on a lot of folks minds. Prismatic allows you to see how many are sharing it across social platforms. Productivity, Apps, and Emerging Markets. Those are consistently the most shared topics in my feed. … Indecision is a Decision. When you get to an intersection of ‘Yes’ and ‘No’, not deciding is a decision (in favor of ‘No’). Every now and again, a choice between Yes and No might be answered with, “Not my path.” ” A positive no, thank you. Themed Days?
    [Twitter] Seven Keys to Creativity
    Follow us on Twitter: Cheryl Burgess @ckburgess. Lasting Creative Impressions. Tim Leake Interview – Part 3 of 3. New York City – Soho. Parts 1 and 2 of our conversation with Tim Leake have taken us through the creative process itself, the role teaching can play in understanding it, and even tips the Saatchi & Saatchi Creative Director himself uses to maintain inspiration on a daily basis. This final part of the conversation will equip you with one last overarching recommendation and work to summarize the series’ creative takeaways. was part of student government.
    [Twitter] Mingly – a possible solution for social media overload
    Managing your connections across Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Foursquare and the like becomes a full time job in itself. Tweet. don’t want to write another 2010 prediction type post – I’ve written a few already ! But, in the first few days of the New Year, I’m already seeing a lot of noise around a trend that I expect will grow by necessity in 2010 and beyond. As social media and social networks in particular increase in popularity, there is an increasing information overload. So services that try and combine this are going to become more and more prevalent.
    [Twitter] 5 Clever Ways to Make A Sticky
    Try this: Take your most provocative comments and republish excerpts of them on Twitter. He uses Viddler for video, Facebook for community shout-outs, DailyBooth for photos, and Twitter to tap into real-time conversation. A Guest post from Stanford from Pushing Social. No doubt about it – Content is King. However, the formula for successful blogging doesn’t end there. In fact, content is just the beginning. If you want to make money, create a loyal readership, or attract new clients, you need to keep your readers ON your blog. In a word, your blog needs to be sticky. It worked.
    [Twitter] One Random Thing About Me
    Home About Testimonials Events Services Webinars Twitter Getting Started on Twitter Webinar Twitter Webinar: Tools and Tips (Intermediate Level) LinkedIn LinkedIn 1 – Getting Started LinkedIn 2 – Building and Leveraging Your Network Ask Calendar Contact Blogging Branding Business Career Facebook LinkedIn Networking Social Media Tips Twitter Lijit Search One Random Thing About Me Posted by Irene Koehler in Facebook on February 11, 2009 | 25 responses Is there anyone left among us who has not seen or been tagged by one of those “ 25 Random Things About Me &# memes ?
    [Twitter] BackChannel Conversation Tools
    We could use a hashtag in Twitter, found Todays Meet, what else are you using for a classroom? Again, there are a variety of ways to accomplish a backchannel conversation, including but not limited to the following: Cchat from Stephen Downes ( Update made 10/14/2010;8:51PM) Twitter hashtags (not necessarily all that great but.) It is a good read with a lot of excellent advice, particularly with reference to using twitter. This blog entry started out as an exploration of possible tools.I Id like to model using a backchannel in class. Thanks for your advice.
    [Twitter] The Albert Einstein Guide to Social Media | Brass Tack Thinking
    Yet, we’re approaching Facebook as an eyeball collection tool, or Twitter as a press release distribution service, or throwing interns to manage our customer support forums, and we’re wondering why we’re having trouble seeing value in these tools? link] Twitter Blows Pfft …Albert Einstein is a very poor icon for your article. link] Twitter Blows Pfft …Albert Einstein is a very poor icon for your article. Funny how some concepts apply pretty universally… A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem. Trust.
    [Twitter] Forget about FroYo, Chobani makes yogurt social
    We began on Facebook, followed closely by Twitter. Anyone who works in a social media role for a company would be lying if they said they didn’t keep tabs on their counterparts at other companies and what they are doing. To me, some brands make more sense to be in the social space than others. really get inspired when I see brands that would not seem like a fit do really cool things and just get it and I love to get an insight into their heads and see what makes them tick. The latest case came from Chobani Greek Yogurt. Tweeted out the article. Tell your friends!
    [Twitter] Will Social Media Enable a Web Without Walls?
    Specifically, this allows for someone to post a restaurant review on and easily share it with their Facebook, Twitter, etc. A key question that remains to be answered in the social media battle is the interconnectivity of all the pieces. Carmakers don’t use the same supplier for all of their various parts; rather, they select a specialized manufacturer for each component (e.g., headlights, sun roof, seats). Similarly, social media providers can’t be the best at every functionality (social network, social bookmarks, wikis, video sharing, photo sharing, etc.).
    [Twitter] The Red Cross Releases #crisisdata Findings, New Plans
    Further, it will moderate and host #crisisdata chats on Twitter in the near future. The Path Forward – ARC Crisis Data Summit Wrap-Up. Last August, Zoetica helped the American Red Cross (ARC) host the crisisdata conference here in Washington, DC. The effort sparked hundreds of fantastic conversations on the social web , and many have been waiting for the final white paper findings from their creative input. Today, the American Red Cross published those findings on Scribd. There are several critical takeaways from the conference. Next Generation of Emergency Management Tools.
    [Twitter] Principles of Effective Social Media Strategy – #ztrain 2
    Consider the San Jose Opera and how they interact with people on Twitter. This is the second session from Beth Kanter’s Zoetica Training on social media given to the Colorado Nonprofit Association. Listening is the beginning of the exercise. There are many tools to listen with, and knowing the key words that matter helps. Look for the conversations, look for the influencers and what they are talking about. Moving from messages to conversation starters is a critical transition. How do we ask questions? What do we do? And who are they having conversations with?
    [Twitter] Theme Week: Publish Your Blog Post Without SEO, and 1000s of Visits Will Be Forever Lost
    The post had some retweets on Twitter. 30,000 visits a month from search engines doesn’t carry nearly the same social proof that 30,000 Twitter followers does. Twitter makes this incredibly easy (and Google+, too, for those of you using that service). 'We welcome Rand Fishkin to the ProBlogger Theme Week today to talk us through all things SEO. For days, you’ve been agonizing over this post. above: the blogger’s tantalizer, teaser, needler, and tormenter). If you give in to that sweet release, it will feel good, at least for a little while. But, it should.
    [Twitter] afaqs! Story on What the Sunsilk Gang of Girls Redesign Means for.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Financial Chronicle Story on the Rising Role of Social Networks Like Facebook and LinkedIn in Recruiting The Difference Between Communities, Social Networks and Social Outposts » afaqs! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! was quoted recently in an afaqs! From TVC-centric campaign to community-centric campaign 2.
    [Twitter] How Print Magazines Should Be Using QR Codes
    How many sent readers to a Esquire-sponsered Twitter hashtag stream about how sexy Rihanna is? Photo galleries of clothing, YouTube videos from staff writers, Twitter streams, user-generated contests, live Q&A’s, the list goes on and on. Let’s talk on Twitter. I have a confession to make, and it may surprise you. Despite the fact that I am a self-proclaimed social/mobile/online/digital/tech enthusiast, I still like getting print magazines sent to me in the mail. There, I said it. It’s more sharable, more socially-integrated, and more consumer-focused.
    [Twitter] 4 Key Criteria to Build Your Dream Blog
    the work to build a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, StumbleUpon, and Reddit—amongst others. For example, for me, the key tasks that I need to do are: Keyword Research (Google Analytics, Twitter research). It’s easy to think that it’s important to be on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter multiple times every day. Then there are Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn beeping in every time a status update drops. This guest post is by Matthew Setter of The Dreamers Manifesto. checking email). Have a dream. Have clear goals. Measurable.
    [Twitter] Stop telling people they're failing at social media
    But then they go off on a tangent about what people shouldn’t do, act as if their way for managing Twitter accounts, Facebook accounts and fan pages, blogs and a slew of other platforms is the only way and anyone doing it differently is breaking the code. am the first person to silently grumble about those who use their Facebook accounts as an outlet for their twitter streams and not much else, but who am I to tell them that it isn’t effective? On one hand, they say there are no rules with social media. So, there are no rules, but there is a code? But that’s me. 
    [Twitter] Drupal Commons: Interview with Jay Batson of Acquia
    The survey, conducted in May this year, found that 38% percent of respondents actively participate in social media, such as Facebook , LinkedIn , Twitter , forums and blogs. We’ve already looked at two of the key topics  from our social media in financial services round table event ( niche communities and customer driven markets ) and now it’s time to move on to a topic that comes up time and again in relation to the financial services industry – the issue of transparency. The current situation. What does the future hold? Tweet This! Share this on Facebook.
    [Twitter] Why An Intern Running Your Social Media Is A Bad Idea
    have signed up with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google, but I cannot find a user manual on any of the sites. You should know what social media networks your business is going to be active on (it doesn’t have to be all of them, but Facebook and Twitter are a good place to start). This week I watched this Q & A with a small panel of business experts on MSNBC. One of the questions was: “Everywhere I turn, I hear and read that you need to use social media to reach the maximum potential of your business. Don’t think promoting, think relationships. Delegate carefully.
    [Twitter] The Hard Truth About the Viral Potential of Facebook Sweepstakes
    Let your participants use any channel they want (Twitter, Email, etc.) 'Facebook’s early days were incredible. Companies like Zynga, who were able to take early advantage of the social network’s viral potential, grew into multi-million dollar entities over a period of weeks. We were all new; brands and common users alike saw shares and invites as the path to virality, and for a time, it seemed to work. Week after week, the number of active daily users continued to skyrocket, and Facebook quickly became the destination of choice for businesses seeking wider audiences. That time is over.
    [Twitter] The Beauty of Keeping Information Shareable
    One great use of this is what Paul Durban created out of my 50 Power Twitter Tips. I release all content on [] under the Creative Commons license, which means that you can share and reuse my information within reason and with some attribution back to the original post. Look at this cool YouTube video that Paul made out of my work. If you can’t see the video, click here. Thanks, Paul, and for you: consider making your information shareable. It goes so much further.
    [Twitter] Google, Social Media, and the Wisdom of Enigmas
    In the race to keep up with competitors they will launch a presence on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Foursquare then struggle to fill that gaping void of content with something interesting. Guest post by Daniel Lemin of marketing innovation consultancy Social Studio. He provides brands and agencies with the research, insights and good old-fashioned know-how needed to be more effective marketers. In the early part of my career I was fortunate to land a job on the corporate marketing team at Google. After all, how do you drive brand awareness if you don’t do things in conventional ways?
    [Twitter] Brand/Cause partnerships: GMC & Invisible People – Part 2
    International Roadtrip  here and follow him on twitter  @invisiblepeople and  @hardlynormal. In  We First I promote brand and cause partnerships because they provide benefits to both parties. Building on Part 1 of this story that examined the benefits to brands, today we examine what is the benefit to a cause that partners with a company? had the great pleasure of speaking with Mark Horvarth , founder of Invisible People about the rewards of partnering with GMC. SM: Hi, Mark. Tell us what is the value to you and the homeless cause that you’ve discovered through working with GMC?
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    [Twitter] Content Isn’t King… Here’s What Is!
    Twitter is King’ was something I heard a number of bloggers crying (as they gave up their blogs to get onto Twitter), ‘Facebook is King’ was the cry a few years later when setting up pages there was the cool thing to do. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and G+ are just ways of delivering usefulness. 'Over the years I’ve heard many debates in the blogosphere about what is ‘king’ ‘Blogging is King’ was something many argued almost 10 years ago as it began to rise in popularity. How to be useful?
    [Twitter] The Cleveland Plain Dealer finally acknowledges user comments
    Online Community Strategist Angela Connor on Growing Successful Online Communities Home About Angela Contact Popular Speaking Media Press Tips Subscribe to feed The Cleveland Plain Dealer finally acknowledges user comments October 13, 2009 in Community Building | Tags: Newspapers , online comments , user comments It’s one thing to be late to the party. But when you finally do show up, and act as though you’re the first one to arrive, well…that may not go over so well. But the tone in which it was delivered in this post on made me want to laugh. Period.
    [Twitter] Bidding your community farewell
    Online Community Strategist Angela Connor on Growing Successful Online Communities Home About Angela Contact Popular Speaking Media Press Tips Subscribe to feed Bidding your community farewell February 2, 2010 in Community management , online communities | Tags: "leaving your community" I have two days left as the community manager of a site that has been at the core of my professional existence for nearly three years. am trying to detach because it’s the right thing to do but it isn’t as easy as I thought it would be. Many of you may have already experienced this. Serious swagger!
    [Twitter] 3 Secrets to Not Getting Discouraged as a Blogger
    Step away from Twitter, Facebook, and any other online distractions long enough to actually get something done. And lastly, I turn off most email notifications and alerts (including Twitter follows and unfollows and Facebook messages). You can also follow him on Twitter @jeffgoins. This is a guest post by Jeff Goins of The other night, I was catching up with a writer friend who is taking his first steps towards becoming a professional blogger. He was frustrated and upset, wanting to quit. Listening to him, I realized something: writing is discouraging work.
    [Twitter] Are You About To Lose Your YouTube Presence?
    If you think this is no different than competing against the Big O and the Big A on Twitter, think again. Besides, YouTube is one of the top 5 Web properties in terms of traffic and Twitter isn’t. About Us What’s a Maverick? Content Farms: Did Google Go Far Enough? » Are You About To Lose Your YouTube Presence? nasty rumor is spreading, according to WebProNews , that YouTube is considering paying celebrities to provide video content channels. If true, what will that do to your channel? If this report is true, you might have to. You must be logged in to post a comment.
    [Twitter] How Unique Is Your Marketing Plan?
    Creative artists are using Twitter (and have been since Day One), and now Facebook, for publishing. I’m not saying you have to rely on Facebook and/or Twitter. About Us What’s a Maverick? Why Article Marketing Will Never Die » How Unique Is Your Marketing Plan? Are you breaking new ground, or just breaking wind? Here’s a unique concept in publishing. I’m assuming this novelist got a good response in Croatia because his novel is now going to be published in print. But what if it had been published in English on Facebook? But what are small businesses doing?
    [Twitter] Russia’s Biggest Social Media Sites Becoming Monopolized?
    'Contrary to what many Americans may think, it’s not all about just Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest when it comes to social media (SM) platforms. In other parts of the world, there are some SM sites which top the charts but the majority of Americans have never heard of. In Russia, the go-to SM platform is VKontakte (VK), the biggest platform in the country, and it was just taken over by eccentric billionaire Alisher Usmanov. As an ally of Kremlin, Usmanov is one half of the two most powerful men in Russian media ownership. Who ‘likes’ this? Already, Mail.Ru To Russia with love.
    [Twitter] How To Market Your Business Using LinkedIn
    Unlike other social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn is purely a professional network with a sole objective of connecting professionals for success. If you are active in social media, consider adding your Twitter profile to your account. 'If you are a business professional and not currently on the social networking website LinkedIn, you are missing out on a valuable marketing opportunity. Here are five ways that you can use LinkedIn more effectively to bring your career or business to the next level. LinkedIn connects you with your target demographic.
    [Twitter] Want Social Media Evangelizers? Be Social
    Comment as Show More Post Categories Select Category Blogging for Grasshoppers Business Career Networking Communication Blogging Measurement MeasurePR Public Relations Social Media Twitter Writing Events Guest Posts Amrit Pal Bryce Keane Conway Wigg Erica Holt Herwin Icasiano Howie Goldfarb Mike Doman Narciso Tovar Shanan Sorochynski Steff Metal Interviews Marketing Media Personal Cooking Recipe of the Week Philanthropy PRSA 2009 Resources How To Weekly Roundup Speaking Training Women Grow Business Featured Guest Bloggers Extra, Extra! Who’s in customer service? pts Settings.
    [Twitter] The Chicago Tribune Pays Tribute to Boston Marathon Tragedy
    The ad was also posted online and shared on the Chicago Tribune’s Facebook page and Twitter account. 'On Monday, April 16, 2013, the eyes of the world turned to Boston as tragedy struck the Boston Marathon. As the city turned to social media sites for information and to check in on friends, brands were faced with an important decision – what to do. While many companies posted heartfelt responses on their social media sites, one of the most surprising came from an unlikely source – The Chicago Tribune. From there, the ad spread quickly. Keep messaging authentic – no marketing allowed!
    [Twitter] Is Game Mechanics Enough to Create Meaningful Social Games.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Forbes Story on SMS-Based Social Messaging Platform SMSGupShup How to Build a Social Network Based on a Single Feature » Is Game Mechanics Enough to Create Meaningful Social Games? Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! What do you think?
    [Twitter] Three Tips on Writing From Stephen King and Anne Lamott.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Elif Shafak: Write About the Unknown, Not the Known Stephen King on His Male Cigar-Smoking Muse » Three Tips on Writing From Stephen King and Anne Lamott Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! Force yourself to sit down every day and write.
    [Twitter] Stephen King on His Male Cigar-Smoking Muse | Gauravonomics Blog.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Three Tips on Writing From Stephen King and Anne Lamott Anne Lamott on the One-Inch Picture Frame on Her Desk » Stephen King on His Male Cigar-Smoking Muse Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! He lives in the ground. He is a basement guy.
    [Twitter] My Guardian Activate Talk on How the Crisis of Capability and the.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « HT Article on Bloggers as Opinion Leaders You Need a Social Object, Not Only Shared Self-Interest, to Build a Strong Online Community » My Guardian Activate Talk on How the Crisis of Capability and the Crisis of Caring Collide in India Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! It’s a short 10 minute talk. Do have a look.
    [Twitter] Social Pros 17 – Maria Ogneva, Yammer
    Read on for insights from Maria, and our Social Media Stat of the Week ( this week : are Facebook and Twitter like the Tortoise and the Hare?). Eric’s Social Media Stat of the Week: Are Facebook and Twitter Like the Tortoise and the Hare? It’s by this writer named Nick Bilton who wrote a post essentially comparing Twitter and Facebook to the story of the tortoise and the hare. Twitter is more like the tortoise that’s slow and steady. We’ll link up this blog post about Facebook versus Twitter and privacy and the long play here. Any time.
    [Twitter] Social Squared, Vanguard Companies and Value For All Strategy
    If you would like to interview me for a story or invite me to speak at a conference , please e-mail me at , call me at +91-9999856940, or connect with me on Twitter. I am delighted that MSLGROUP Chief Strategy Officer Pascal Beucler has been promoting the idea of how businesses should embrace a “value for all&# strategy that creates value for all stakeholders, not only shareholders. In a post on the new MSLGROUP Critical Conversations Blog, Pascal outlines four elements of a value for all strategy : 1. Transparency. Be genuine and trustworthy. Proximity.
    [Twitter] My Favorite #BlogChat Infographic
    My recent post What the motivators aren’t telling you Reply Cancel reply Leave a Comment Previous post: Diary of a Wimpy Blogger Next post: The Most Powerful Blogging Tool (Ever) Let’s Connect Click an icon to see what Im up to on Twitter, Facebook, or via RSS Whats Popular 10 Subtle Lies That Cripple New Bloggers Lady Gaga’s 8-Point Guide to Larger than Life Blogging 7 Ways You Can Cheat the 10,000 Hour Rule and Be a Better Blogger How to Get Your Blog Noticed and Promoted by Super Influencers 7 Fascinating Ways to Spice Up a Boring Blog Did I Say That? Super cool.  You too!
    [Twitter] Does This Blog Make Me Look Fat?
    In digital terms, the handshake happens by following them on Twitter and Facebook , or by checking out their LinkedIn profile and seeing if there's any videos of them on YouTube. Is it just a question of getting the facts straight when it comes to our media? What Blogging brought forth is the notion that opinion lies neatly next to news (and that it is sometimes very difficult to tell the difference between the two). In fact, it's worth arguing that opinion is the new news. The heart of the matter. Emotion is key to driving interest. Human beings are creatures of habits. Sadly. facebook.
    [Twitter] Kyle Drabek No Hitter
    This post was mentioned on Twitter by jeffespo, Social Media Insider, Alltop and others. Home About Archives Press Clips Suggested Reading Kyle Drabek No Hitter Written on July 4, 2010 by Espo in sports While working in sports, I saw a lot of really cool things. Everything from the inside of a cold tub to 2,000 yard rusher and three division titles. However one thing that always eluded me was seeing a no-hitter. Sure I came an out or two away a few times, but I never saw one in person. Enjoy this post? Share your thoughts in the comments below or with your own networks. Unported License.
    [Twitter] SIGMA’s Email Marketing Learning Lab: Multiple email waves generate significant response lifts.
    Connect with Barb on  LinkedIn  or follow her on  Twitter. SIGMA has helped clients deploy hundreds of email campaigns, including demand generation, lead nurture and loyalty programs. As expected, the performance of email campaigns ranges significantly. Contributing factors mostly involve list and offer. One test we have tried across many different types of campaigns that has consistently improved response is to create multiple email waves. We have seen campaign gains of over two times—for opens and responses—when three email waves—vs. one—are deployed.
    [Twitter] 18 Rules of Community Engagement turns one
    You, my friend are the ultimate diva on Twitter. Online Community Strategist Angela Connor on Growing Successful Online Communities Home About Angela Contact Popular Speaking Media Press Tips Subscribe to feed 18 Rules of Community Engagement turns one May 30, 2010 in Community Building It’s been a full year since my book, “18 Rules of Community Engagement,&# was published and I feel like sharing my excitement here on the blog that inspired it. It was a real emotional roller coaster and I honestly felt like I had very few places to turn when I was most frustrated.
    [Twitter] How PassionRoses Reached Out to the Right Celebrity at the Right Time
    In return they asked for pictures on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. 'Something old and something new is a great philosophy with which to power an awesome outreach marketing strategy. Hollywood Branded hit that nail on the head with a project they recently did for their client, PassionRoses. Hollywood Branded used a more traditional marketing tactic—working with a celebrity—and morphed their strategy to fit snugly with the way the modern consumer likes to hear about a brand—organic social media chatter and created a bang surrounding PassionRoses. He has a huge and loyal social network.
    [Twitter] Through the Looking Glass: Immerse yourself in another world.
    Align online Who does your client follow on Twitter?  Ask them to suggest their own ‘Twitter Top 5’ and follow them. Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « (un)conventional wisdom: Fraser Doherty It may not be a leap year, but write your proposals with love… » Through the Looking Glass: Immerse yourself in another world I think Alice had the right idea by wondering about what lay behind the looking glass in the drawing room.  Was it all the same, only backwards? Logically, we all know that’s not the case.  So why the lack of curiosity?
    [Twitter] Social media Platforms you might be Missing on
    So here is a rundown of the numerous social networking sites which may not be as popular as Facebook or Twitter, but they are certainly catching on. 'The biggest cookie in the internet jar is “social media” and everyone wants a bite of it. Every day new social networking sites are launched in the hope of making it as big as Facebook did. Each offers unique features, some focus on specifics while others are a playground for one and all. It’s time you get to know these virtual hangouts and what they have to offer, for all its worth-you might end up staying and calling them home. Linkedin.
    [Twitter] Passion – Do You Have It?
    'Recently on Twitter I was asked for some tips on what sets ‘great’ blogs apart from the rest. With millions of bloggers creating blog posts every day – how do you stand out? It’s a big question, and the reality is that there are many ingredients to building a successful blog. variety of words came to mind as I struggled to come up with my 140-character guide to ‘standing out’ I started to list them: Credibility. Share Your Opinion. Great Writing. Ability to Connect. Understanding Readers. Injecting Personality. Tell Stories. Use Great Visuals.
    [Twitter] They Will Never Understand
    People who ask what the ROI of using social media is will never understand the value (not the ROI) of things like Facebook and Twitter. asked my gang of friends and colleagues and contacts and potential customers and clients (because in my world, they are all mixed together) a question on Facebook. Here’s what I got back: And Look at THIS from Peter: Peter’s advice actually goes further than I can screen capture (because I’m not smart at using Skitch enough to do so, at least). Am I wrong? humanbusiness socialmedia
    [Twitter] When Building a Significant Social Media Following May Not Work
    Had social media existed in his time, and if he spent that time on Facebook and Twitter, could he have written  Lord of the Rings and  The Hobbit? Some gurus are cutting back, using Twitter and Facebook to connect with only their most valuable contacts—those they truly enjoy and learn from. If your strengths and passions incline you to blogging, Facebook and Twitter, you may do well building followings there. This guest post is by J. Steve Miller of  Sell More Books! studied the right books and attended the right seminars. gave my strategy time. Consider these three. J.R.R.
    [Twitter] Social Media Press Releases and Social Media Newsrooms – Just Good PR
    They have blogs, Facebook pages and Twitter feeds. Ian Capstick posted an excellent piece about news releases and online newsrooms in the PR column of the PBS MediaShift blog yesterday. And of course we were delighted that he chose a social media press release about the Social Media Roadmap webinar series I did with Marketwire as his example.). News Releases. Looking back at the history of the press release one can see that the way we format a release to reach the media has changed as the media has changed. Back in 1906 press releases came into being. They were crafted for that medium.
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