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Smarter Ways to Measure Authoritative Content

Waxing UnLyrical

First, I’m going to do the possibly douchey thing of quoting myself, primarily to provide context for this post (I don’t want to assume you read last week’s post): The reason social advertising is becoming so successful is that people are consuming and sharing content, significantly via mobile devices, and significantly via social networks, now more than ever before.

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17 Plugins to Improve Your WordPress Blog

Ari Herzog

The blog platform, as an open source community, is collectively shared by anyone and everyone who contribute code and provide feedback about what works and what needs improvement. WPTouch provides a mobile-friendly view of this blog for smartphones and other mobile devices. Plug photo by Adam Mulligan on Flickr. One of the neat aspects about WordPress is nobody owns it.

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Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.

Convince & Convert

Tom Webster theorizes this may be due to Twitter’s functional similarity to text messaging, as several studies have shown Black Americans use the mobile Web at rates roughly double that to non-Hispanic Whites. Twitter on the Go Certainly, the tie between Twitter and mobile is strong, as 63% of Twitter users access social networks via mobile phone, compared to 34% of social networkers as a whole. link] [link] Kirsten Khire #7 – lurkers or inactive accts?

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20 Important TikTok Stats Marketers Need to Know in 2020

Hootsuite

Figures released from mobile data and analytics company AppAnnie show that TikTok tops the download charts this year. But for every two TikTok lurkers there’s about one creator: 34% of the app’s daily active users in the U.S. blockquote.tiktok-embed { all: unset !important;

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Blogosphere Trends + Effective Calls to Action

ProBlogger

These things all grow your blog and your community. You know that most of your readers are lurkers, but how do you lure them out to become an active part of your community? Example: The Consumerist ’s “ Make Your Voice Heard On The AT&T/T-Mobile Deal ”. You might be saying, “I’m a blogger, not a sales person. I create content. Why would I need to worry about calls to action?” But if you are, I’d encourage you to adjust your thinking.

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78 (of the) Best Social Media Marketing Tips, Guides, Tools and Strategies of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Kevin Barenblat presentes a taxonomy of social media failure types, including “canned responders,&# spammers, lurkers and serial re-tweeters. A collection of short summaries and links to a huge list of posts about Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, mobile marketing and business development. You need help from the power users in that community.

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The Ultimate List of Social Media Definitions You Need to Know

Hootsuite

Community manager. A community manager is a social media professional who nurtures relationships among a group of social media users so that the community acts on behalf of the common interest. A group is an online community within a social network. Lurker.

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