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Here's who's talking about me on the web
Amy utilizes TweetChat to become part of a larger conversation, whether it’s a Twitter chat, conference, or live-tweeting event. There are so many people on Twitter, so it’s important to tweet about relevant topics that matter.
Mention helps you monitor the web Mention is one of the best, and often underrated tools to monitor any keyword across multiple platforms and receive real-time, filtered, organized data. It is a good alternative to Google Alerts because it offers more features and gives better results. Why is Mention better?
Content. Many B2B marketers hear the word and wonder how they are going to create increasing amounts of it with their limited bandwidth.
I enjoyed reading Amy's list of what works and doesn't work as far as content for social media goes. She hit a lot of the points that we've been discussing all semester. She covered the most popular content types; Video, pictures, infographics, and timelines and then went a step deeper stating their categories; How-to, comedy,...
There has never been a social media site that acted more like a meritocracy than the old Digg.com. It required true talent at both finding the content and "gaming the system" to become a power user. Only a few hundred people in the world mastered it. Today, Digg is a very useful site.
On the Knodes Twitter account, we recently asked the question "What's the difference between a contact and a connection?" Here's a sampling of the great responses we received.
It was great to have the show so close to home but difficult because the temptation to tackle everyday work responsibilities was so close. Fortunately, the twittersphere made attendees and virtual participants feel like they were really there with an amazing stream of updates and shared information. Here are thirty of my favorites:
Hands down meeting bloggers IRL is the best part about blogging conferences. Seems kinda obvious, but you'd be surprised how easy it can be for the swag or connecting with brands to take precedence however, for me I was thrilled to see my favorite bloggers all in one location.
According to a recent study, buyers contact a sales representative after 70% of the buying decision is made. What does this mean? People do their research online before they even begin to talk with you. So if you don't have content that interests them, you've lost the sale before you've begun.
I feel like I'm really getting a good value for my registration dollars when info I pick up at a conference can be applied to other aspects of my life. One of the Blogalicious presentations was themed around 10 tips for successful blogging.