When someone follows me on Twitter, the first thing I do is click through to that person’s Twitter bio from the email notification I get. (I do NOT do automatic follow because I want to check out who is following me.)
Do you know the most important space is on LinkedIn? Here’s what you need to do about it.
Since the Internet became the go-to place for research, finding information, entertainment and socializing every business large and small has tried to come up with the best approach to branding, product recognition and monetizing their company’s presence on the web. It doesn’t appear that anyone one or any business has really figured out how to do this effectively.
Not too long after opening a Twitter account, I shamelessly plugged one of my blog posts with a tweet. I remember the day well. It was a Thursday. My blog traffic suddenly spiked. Then someone “retweeted” my tweet. Here’s the original tweet:
Social Media are really a damn pain. I do one or two blog posts and then I have to spend more time socializing them than I did writing them in the first place. They say (the cognoscenti) that a reaction against Social Media is coming, that it will lead to a big shake-out and there will be fewer surviving sites for us ink-stained wretches to deal with.
You’d be surprised what you can do in 30 minutes. Here’s my list, what would you do?