Tag Archives | social media

The Greatest Blog Post Ever

Here you are. A friend just re-tweeted an article titled, ‘The Greatest Blog Post Ever,” so you felt compelled to click and enjoy.

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Drinking From the Fire Hose: How to Filter Social Media

By the time you reach the end of this post 90,000 tweets will have been written, 1,200 new users added to Facebook, and 2,550 blogs posted. How can we possibly keep up with even 1% of that?

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The #RealFF Challenge

Today, we’re going to focus on adding value to people’s lives by suggesting quality folks for them to follow.

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Are You the Mayor of a Ghost Town?

Leadership is about influence, not numbers. If you’ve got a shadow community of unengaged followers, then you’ve got nothing.

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Why #FollowFriday is a Joke

Let’s tear down the Twitter #FF spam wall and promote people who actually add value to our lives. I’m counting on you to make this happen on Friday.

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What You Need to Know About Online Community

In the social media world – thought leaders, activists, or business brands are nobodies until they build a community.

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Digital Identity Crisis: Are You Really Who You Blog You Are?

Be the real you. Kill the digital version.

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Engager or Enrager – What's Your Twitter Type?

In the spirit of introspection, I’ve compiled a fun little list of the different types of tweeter that you might be. These are completely arbitrary and probably offensive.

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Soccer Moms, Grocery Carts, and Content Strategy

Track along as I explain what my style of grocery shopping revealed to me about blog content strategy…

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How do You Define Connection?

Our new world of social media (love that term) has really mired the concept of “connection.” We’ve got all these different levels of connection and varying social norms and rules that go along with each level. It can all get very confusing very quickly…

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