Entries Tagged 'Social Media' ↓

When I die, who will get my tweets?

So who gets what when you die is something we think about now and then. This article, from a while back, talks about all that other stuff you may not think about..like tweets, domains, all that fun stuff.

5 Tips to Optimize Your New Twitter Profile


Change is coming to your Twitter profile. Big, beautiful change. Twitter is currently rolling out a profile redesign to all users, a redesign that puts an even greater emphasis on the great Twitter content that you share and one that provides some bonus opportunities to make a branding splash.

New Visualization Map Tool

img src=”http://paulvalach.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/264870_199602020090913_104035509647565_605908_4268328_n-150×150.jpg” alt=”So… care to comment?” width=”150″ height=”150″ class=”size-thumbnail wp-image-127″ /> So… care to comment?Found a new resource to create visual maps. This one is actually dynamic and shows the Fitch Rating of every country. Comes from HERE (http://chartsbin.com/) where you can grab and post other charts.

via chartsbin.com

29 Free Marketing Tools To Improve Your Work Today

It seems like new ways to improve marketing on the Net appear daily. Here is proof. Twenty nine new ways to automate, help, make sense of your marketing efforts and help with your work. From optimization to readability to Google to Twitter and more. Each new tool has its use. The big question for me is always how to insert it into the daily plan.

How Are Philanthropic Foundations Using Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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6 Social Communities That Will Increase Your Blog Traffic


Relying on word of mouth from your blogs is certainly one way to get more traffic. But to really generate that traffic from a blogpost it needs to be seen by lots of eyes. These six places the article mentions certainly know the game, and a few have been around from the first days of the Internet. All this said each of these will require some further work to get that notice so pick one or two and that a) fit and b) that you get going first. Also, I’d love to hear feedback or experiences with any of these. Thanks for reading.

The Six recommendations are:

Hacker News

* This site was founded by the author of the article in the link.

Want to Prove Your Company Is Human? Get Your CEO to Tweet


A recent article on SocialMediaToday.com verified that its a good idea for CEOs to Tweet and engage in the Social Media world. However they must be the ones to do so. The survey mentioned, done by Basaarvoice showed that at least on the Marketing side, the CMOs, saw the value.

But there are a few points all of these folks need to keep in mind. Its nothing that has not been posted here or other sites. To make this work you need to do this:

1) tweet, post on a regular basis. Even if that is only every Tuesday.
2) be genuine and make it “your” post, idea, comment
3) follow up if there are questions, or comments
4) set a time or schedule for #3
5) have fun doing it, people like a “fun” CEO, CMO, etc.
6) don’t lie