Mon.Sep 18, 2017

People Forgive (and it’s Wonderful)

Waxing UnLyrical

More often than not, people forgive. Where did this epiphany come from? Well, last week I was popping into Facebook (as we are all wont to do), and noticed that there were some new “join requests” for my #measurePR Facebook group. “#measurePR Facebook group, Shonali?!” ” I can just hear your astonished query. “I didn’t know there WAS a #measurePR FB group, I thought it was just on Twitter!”

How to Create Content that Inspires, Connects and CONVERTS Lookers to Buyers: FREE Webinar

Pam Moore

Another day of amazing content creation. You create yet another epic piece of content. You publish yet another epic piece of content. Your epic piece of content is shared all over the social and digital web, once again. However, as usual your content is not converting. It is not driving business.

3 Benefits of Understanding Paid Social Media as a Community Manager

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There’s no doubt that your community manager knows your social audience best. After all, they are in the community, engaging with your fans daily. They know what content resonates, what your fans will and will not engage with, and common questions that arise.

Save Mobile Data on Pinterest by Stopping Autoplay Videos and Ads

Devumi

While Pinterest’s video autoplay function on mobile has been a boon for marketers, it can be an annoyance to users. Luckily, the platform gives users an easy way to turn the feature off.

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211: Creating a Successful Podcast – Advice from Pat Flynn

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Advice from Pat Flynn on How to Create a Successful Podcast. Today I have a treat for anyone who has ever considered starting a podcast (or already has one), because I’ve just finished a Skype call with Pat Flynn about the art of podcasting. As I’ve mentioned in the past, Pat’s teaching on podcasting is the number one thing that helped me as I was starting the ProBlogger podcast two years ago. If it wasn’t for him, I probably wouldn’t have started at all.