Imagine… Twitter is 7 years old. In social media years, it’s like Dog Years (a robust 49). With billions of tweets, Twitter is a marketing force that is difficult to ignore. Marketers are finding new and creative ways to make Twitter a larger part of their online efforts. Below are 10 tips that can boost your effectiveness in delivering your messages:
I was recently reading this post from BlogHer’s Blogging and Social Media editor, Melissa Ford, about backing up your social media content, which said one of the things you should do to protect yourself is download all of your tweets. Did you know you could do that?
Ever have that urge to completely start over your social media world from scratch? Dump all those old blog posts and reinvent your writing life? Clean out your Facebook account and start friending anew? What about wipe out all your old Tweets but keep your followers?
BlogHer Writers '11 was a fantastic, educational, inspiring, fun and encouraging conference. For those who couldn't attend, missed a session or were just caught up in the moments of their own day, we thought we would show a "Day in the Life of BlogHer '11"... via Tweets.
There were many, many more, of course. These are just a few to give you a flavor of the day.
Once you’ve begun the process of using Twitter, you’ll begin to notice phrases embedded in people’s tweets that are known as “hashtags.” A hashtag is a word or phrase in a tweet that has a “#” prefix (the “#” is a “hash” symbol, hence the root of the name)....more
Facebook.....these social media tools are becoming more of a business basic for
promoting and marketing a small business.
I am doing more than talking about new media tools to promote and market
small business. I'm using several
of these free communication tools to stay connected during the business day.
Did you know Leonardo DiCaprio is on Twitter? Ah lovely Leo...sigh. A heartthrob to millions of women for his role in "Titantic," and now a truly accomplished actor with a fine record of work on his resume including "Revolutionary Road," "The Departed," and "Blood Diamond."