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Making sense of Twitter buzz is tough whereas responding timely to the tweeted feedback as well as making the most of everything with the positive sentiment – these two tactics combined can bring your brand awareness to the roof… Note: This is a follow up to this article which you may want to check out as well: Control & Promote Positive Brand Mentions on Twitter: Custom Timelines, Lists and Favorites... [Read More...]
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If you want to create an entry about a company (or any topic related to your business), you need to understand what Wikipedia is looking for and the right way to go about it. Here’s what you should know to minimize the frustration.
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Mark Hamill is social media savvy (though he says he’s a neophyte). Read about his foray into the Twitterverse and the lessons he’s learned from his successes and wrong turns, including the trailer mistake for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Continue reading →
What is uniquely social about Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – and the hundreds of other platforms that somehow qualify for the label – that isn’t true for just about any other form of media, digital or otherwise? Continue reading →
I love Twitter. That was almost love at the first sight. It’s a great idea which became awesome thanks to all the apps that completed it. Here are two absolutely fantastic tools that have some really basic functionality Twitter still lacks: Snapbird: Better search Snapbird is a freemium tool giving you some cool searching options you probably didn’t know you actually needed a lot! In fact, its functionality is so... [Read More...]
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Have you tried putting together a list of top industry influencers? Curating and publishing this list can create a lot of exposure for your blog. This tutorial will walk you through the process. Continue reading →
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Twitter is a great connecting tool. It’s much more open than Facebook (You don’t have to be anyone’s friend to get in touch) and much more active than Linkedin. Facebook does allow to send messages to non-friends but for some reason I only receive those using a mobile app. Also you cannot really tag people on Facebook unless you are friends. As for Linkedin, weirdly, I receive several messages a... [Read More...]
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Images go hot on social media easier: Images are sharable and eye-catching. Images make better Tweets, attract more plusses on Google Plus, grab attention on Facebook. Images also expand your reach to other social media channels like Pinterest and Instagram. But the key of social media sharing is that it should be productive: If you spend 30 minutes crafting one social media update each time, you won’t have any time... [Read More...]
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Visual tweets attract more clicks and shares. Despite various levels of skepticism (many people were claiming visual tweets to be annoying), visual tweets are getting more and more adopted. Here are three free tools allowing you to create stunning visual tweets in seconds. 1. Twit Shot (Online, Mac App, Google Chrome Extension) TwitShot.com is a cool app that extracts an image from the given page and creates an instant visual... [Read More...]
How can you rescue your social media approach and create truly compelling content? Create a social media calendar built around three of the primary reasons people engage on social media – holidays, events, and trends. Continue reading →
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