Social Media Tools, Apps, Resources and Plugins

Harp Interactive

Tools for an Engaged Social Presence. I am always interested in finding the best and latest tools to enhance and expedite the social media experiences, maintenance and growth for Harp and for our clients. Following is an abbreviated list of useful tools, resources and/or apps with links and short descriptions that you may want to incorporate into your daily social media practice. Twitter Tools: tagwalk. Tools for Sharing Content: Amplify. ping.fm.

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

Convince & Convert

Also, at my social media speaking engagements hither and yon I’m often asked what tools I use. So, I took a personal inventory and created this overview of the 39 social media tools I use daily. ChatCatcher This is a nice little tool that finds Tweets about your blog posts, and automatically adds them as comments. Virality & Search Topsy One part virality tool, one part tracking mechanism, one part social listening post, Topsy is becoming one of new favorites.

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Twitterfeed, HootSuite RSS Feeds, and Blog Posting Schedules

Kikolani

The first step is entering a name and RSS or Atom URL for your feed. You can also choose your preference of URL shorteners – I leave that at bit.ly utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter to the URL of feed items click on from a Twitterfeed link, and it will show up in Google Analytics as Twitterfeed. You can also connect Twitterfeed to update new RSS feed items to Facebook, Ping.FM, Statusnet, and HelloTxt.

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HootSuite for Blogging – Twitter Management for Bloggers

Kikolani

The following are reasons I chose to use HootSuite as my primary Twitter management tool, and the ways I use it to help in my blogging. Your readers are essentially your customers, and since it is important for businesses to use social media as a listening tool to listen to their customers, so should bloggers use social media to listen to their readers. com blogs), Ping.fm, and FourSquare accounts. Ditto if you use Ping.fm

Twitter versus Plurk: Not Even in the Same League

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Plurk: Real Nested Conversations Brought to the Microblogging Platform A few days ago, I noticed via Twitter search tool Summize that Aaron Brazell had been talking about me on his Twitter stream. I’ve yet to see people admit that Plurk is a beneficial tool, as most are aiming for karma, which are points that are provided to users for participation, and they admit that Plurk is a time suck. Reply Tamar Weinberg June 30, 2008 at 8:46 am Wil, tools like ping.fm

Maximize Social Media Traffic to Your Blog

ProBlogger

Use social media distribution tools to send out your RSS feed. You can take advantage of social media distribution platforms, such as Hellotxt.com or Ping.fm , which can distribute your RSS content to over 100+ different social media websites around the world. While distribution tools like this can get your content in-front of a whole new readership, I don’t think signing up to every single social networking site that is integrated with these tools is the smartest idea.

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The Ultimate Social Media Etiquette Handbook

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

After all, Facebook was a tool that college students were using before it was open to the public, and some still use it as a purely personal and not a professional tool. Cross-post on all social sites using a site like ping.fm. Just one thing, I guess – something I have experienced recently – leaving a comment under your post with seemingly genuine interest in one’s site/post itself, but actually referring to your own post/blog or even pasting url in.