Why 84% of Your Facebook Fans are Lurkers

Ari Herzog

You can understand that 90% of blog readers are lurkers but you don’t understand why you can’t tap into the Facebook market. The rest of the blame rests with EdgeRank, a Facebook algorithm that determines what every user will see in their news feed.

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Why 84% of Your Facebook Fans are Lurkers

Ari Herzog

You can understand that 90% of blog readers are lurkers but you don’t understand why you can’t tap into the Facebook market. The rest of the blame rests with EdgeRank, a Facebook algorithm that determines what every user will see in their news feed.

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Don’t Sell Your Brand’s Soul to the Facebook News Feed Algorithm and Vanity Metrics

Pam Moore

Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that the news feed algorithm will be changing in a way that impacts brands and publishers. He made it crystal clear that we all will see less brand content in our news feed. 10 Power Tips to Create Facebook Content That Owns the News Feed Like a Boss.

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What's your social currency?

Akamai Marketing

By taracoomans – April 4, 2011 Posted in: Content , Featured , social media Photo credit: BaronBrian 97 Million people use Twitter. Now hear this: No one ever joined Facebook or Twitter so they could follow a brand or a company. I know I have a LOT of lurkers on my site.

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17 Plugins to Improve Your WordPress Blog

Ari Herzog

Feed Pauser halts the syndication of a new blog post for up to 20 minutes to let me ensure there are no typos and that the published appearance is how it was intended. Twitterlink Comments lets you input your Twitter username which converts that into a link for people to follow you.

A Tale of Two Communities Part II – Salesforce.com

SocialFish

Here’s the quick overview of Salesforce.com’s community “outposts&# : Twitter: Salesforce has an active Twitter community. I was unable to get statistics for “lurkers&# , but I am sure it is high.

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

Webbiquity SMM

HOW TO: Create Custom Backgrounds for Twitter, YouTube, & MySpace by Mashable. Andrew Ran Wong provides a valuable list of productivity tips for Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, Google and other social networks to help readers get more done in less time. Christina Warren tells b2b marketers how to use Twitter effectively, find their “social voice,&# efficiently monitor industry developments through social media, expand their influence and more in this excellent post.

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Nuggets from Social Media workshops as of late. : Community Group Therapy

Buzz Marketing for Technology

7) I’m not convinced there is a “tipping point&# for social tools (like twitter): Many may disagree on this and likely we’ll end up debating semantics…but here’s my thinking. twitter. Upcoming Events. About. Contact. Links. Nuggets from Social Media workshops as of late… posted in Uncategorized |.

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How I Helped Make a Bland Blog an Overnight Success

Viper Chill

That may be in the form of subscribing to the RSS feed and getting future updates or clicking on a post in the right sidebar. Finally, there was something about his feed subscription box which just didn’t look right. If you enjoyed this post, you can: Save on Delicious Share on Facebook Print > [link] title="Click to send this page to Twitter!" You don’t show your feed count if you don’t want people to see it. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"

The 23 Blogger Breeds—Which Are You?

ProBlogger

Aw, look at her beautiful blue Twitter and Facebook icon eyes and her cute little RSS nose. Social engineers are on Twitter and Facebook more than their own blog. That something could be that they are connected everywhere with 50 different social accounts—Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, Google, Yahoo Buzz, Reddit, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, etc. Some of them will rip content word-for-word from other blogs’ RSS feeds (some person is doing this to my blog).

How to Really Build Backlinks and Dominate Google

Viper Chill

With the introduction of Twitter and sites like StumbleUpon, people are more inclined to ’share’ sites, rather than link to them from their own blogs. If you enjoyed this post, you can: Save on Delicious Share on Facebook Print > [link] title="Click to send this page to Twitter!" Reply Jason Smith says: March 22, 2010 at 12:37 pm Have heard a lot of good things about your website on Twitter. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"