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How (and Why) to Map Your Company’s Digital Landscape

Webbiquity SMM

For both strategic and benchmarking purposes, create a spreadsheet listing your top competitors and, for each, showing: • Social features on their website (e.g. Other social activity and presence (Flickr, SlideShare, Wikipedia, etc.). Facebook / LinkedIn / Google Plus metrics (i.e.

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Increase Traffic and Authority by Listing Your Blog

Kikolani

Alltop imports the feeds of popular blogs on a range of subjects (like blogging ) for the site’s visitors and those following Alltop’s category Twitters. There are a number of great networks specifically built for bloggers for the purpose of bookmarking, forums, groups, and networks. For Overall Exposure.

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Best Social PR Guides and Tips of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Writing that “The most productive PR path…is a blended approach to social and traditional media,&# Len Stein offers a quick but valuable process for obtaining and promoting old and new media coverage using multiple tools like social bookmarking sites, internal company distribution, your own website, marketing emails and more.

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31+ of the Coolest Social Media, Search and Web Tools of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

A handy way to supplement your email contact list with information about those prospects from the most popular social networks. Check dozens of popular social networking and social bookmarking websites to see if the username or vanity url you want to use is still available. JustUnfollow.

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10 Little-known Ways to Get Traffic to Your Blog

ProBlogger

Social blogmarking sites. Another underutilized but effective way to get traffic to your blog is by making use of social blogmarking sites. Even though this concept looks similar to social bookmarking sites like Digg and Reddit, it operates differently. Blogging collaboration.

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Link-building Tips and Tools for Bloggers in a Post-Panda and Penguin World

ProBlogger

Then you will want to at least submit to quality ones like Alltop (free), Best of the Web Blogs (fee required), and Technorati (free). Complete your social network and forum profiles. Don’t have time to submit to them all?

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30 Awesome Blogging Guides, Tips and Resources

Webbiquity SMM

Peg Fitzpatrick passes along content curation tips from Guy Kawasaki in this post showcasing the top dozen places to find shareworthy content, starting with your own network and including both popular sharing sites (like StumbleUpon and AllTop) and less obvious choices (e.g., Futurity , TED and NPR ).

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