Twitter is one of the fastest growing social communities ever. As a Blogger, you need to be part of that conversation. Here’s the first of two posts on doing just that.
Hank Wasiak (@hankwasiak) is an advertising leader with a distinguished resume “a-mile-long” and I seriously enjoyed the talk he gave at the 140 conference Tuesday.
He is teaching a class at the Graduate School of USC’s Marshall School of Business in January 2010 called, “Advertising and Promotion Strategy.”
Can you substantially improve your blog in just one month?
In the end there’s is no secret weapon. Link building requires great content, connecting with other people and sound promotional tactics done on a consistent basis.
October 27th and 28th I attended Jeff Pulver’s 140 Character Conference in LA. Here’s a synopsis of what the event is about according to the 140char.com site:
“At the #140conf event, we look at Twitter as a platform and as a language we speak. Over time it will neither be the only platform nor the only language. #140conf is not an event about microblogging or the place where people share Twitter “tips and techniques” but rather where we explore the effects of the emerging real-time Internet on Business.”
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?