Where can you look for good people to Follow on Twitter? How can you grow your quality Followers? What sites are best for quality content and ReTweets? These questions and more are answered in today’s Post: “Being a Good Twitizen (Part 2)
I talked with Dave Matthews at People Browsr on the first day of the 140 Conference. Later, after going to PeopleBrowsr.com, I found its pb.ly search page. Pb.ly lets you search Twitter within the following new parameters (new to me at least):
Successful blogs not only contain insight and are written by talented authors, but also develop a brand through creative marketing tactics. Do you have novel ideas and analysis but struggle in attracting followers? I highly suggest utilizing social networking resources, such as Twitter, to generate traffic to your site.
The Wine TV Guy, Gary Vaynerchuk’s first book, Crush It!, just hit the streets and it’s already #2 on the New York Times Bestseller List.
Gary has over 1M Followers on Twitter and many consider him a Top 10 Internet Celebrity. He’s been on Conan O’Brien, CNN, Fox News, and several other shows and networks.
Full Disclosure: I really do watch Project Runway (with my wife). I have zero fashion sense and have no clue what’s in or out. My fashion sense resolves around not making my wife look bad. For me, this show is about how motivated creative people can rapidly create great things.
Project Runway is one of those shows that you have to find. It used to be on Bravo, but now it’s on Lifetime. If you were to look at the demographics for the Lifetime network, I would be the last person they would ever think would tune in. Yet, this show has a lot to teach blogger’s about the process of creating.
I was just trolling through the blog of my friend Annie Hart, “Stories That Change the World,” and I realized how exciting her blog is. She uses video extensively and her writing is fresh and appealing.
Granted, she promotes story telling as a distinctive means of communication so it makes sense to see her in action. But, I thought, don’t people want to see me in action, too, even though I have a much more focused business blog?