Social media platforms will come and go; but I truly believe that if any recent platform has had a dramatic impact on how we communicate, it’s Twitter. And even if it “goes away” at some point, what it’s taught us about two- and multi-way communication, not to mention brevity, is remarkable.
An admitted Twitterholic (or, at least, I used to be… I’m not on the platform that much these days, but it’s still my favorite), here are some fresh takes on Twitter, at least, according to me.
Image: Pasquale D’Silva [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Why: From choosing the correct profile picture to using hashtags correctly, Daniel Sharkov, guest-posting for Jeff Bullas, provides practical advice to gaining more Twitter followers, if that’s what floats your boat.Resources, Shonali Burke, Social Media, Twitter | Tags: twitter tips | Comments (2)
If you thought that the Chicken Dance was reserved solely for county fairs and wedding receptions, think again. Today’s National Dance Like a Chicken Day. Amazingly enough, our fine feathered friends have more to do with social media then you may think.
Here are five articles from around the web that offer something to dance and squawk about.
Why: Jay Baer applies the age old question to social media marketing.Public Relations, Resources, Shonali Burke, Social Media | Tags: chicken dance, Dance Like A Chicken | Comments (4)
There’s a ton of stuff going on, so here at WUL we’re taking a short break from “live” blogging this week. That doesn’t mean how we can provide value to you isn’t still on our minds… it is!
So, in the spirit of education and the public good, here are are five articles that will provide you with blogging tips from optimizing your excerpts to increasing your readership.
Enjoy!Blogging, Resources, Shonali Burke, Writing | Tags: blogging tips | Comments (7)