The Social Media World Forum (North America) occurred last week, but I think the video I have from it is still fresh despite my regrettable delay in posting clips of it. In this clip (2:49) you’ll see Richard Jalichandra, CEO of Technorati, discuss the following points:
Most bloggers know of or use WordPress. If ever there was a “killer app” for anything on the web, WordPress is definitely it. But have you ever been to a Wordcamp? WordCamp is sort of like a mini-convention for WordPress users. A blogger’s convention, really, but with some fun technical stuff about WordPress as well.…
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)
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.
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.