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Subject line: Why Does he have a Turnip in his Pipe?

Subject line: Why Does he have a Turnip in his Pipe? | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Subject line crafting is even more critical than good copy writing. Here are twelve good reasons, and there are more.
Diane Bjorling's insight:

When creating subject lines on different "places" I have found that what will work with one audience on Twitter will be a total fail somewhere else, so this post by Dave Cottrell, brings out many good points about the best usage of subject lines.
To add to these tips, I would like to mention that with so many people using mobile devises more and more, accessing their email, reading tweets etc, it is very important that you pay attention to crafting your subject line so that it will be seen properly on ALL devices. For example and something I just recently learned is that the IPhone cuts off a subject line at 35 characters ( not words..but Characters!) and if you are using android, they wrap the subject line to the next line.

Dave had mentioned Litmus as one of the tools to use in checking subject lines. It is the only to date that I found, that will check to see how a subject line is seen on all devices, including

DEVICES

Android 2.3 & 4.0
Gmail (Android)
iPhone 5s iOS 7
iPhone 5 iOS 6
iPad (retina) iOS 7
iPad Mini iOS 7
BlackBerry Text & HTML
Windows Phone 8

Although you have to pay to see all the devices, on the free checker, they will show you how an email will look on Blackberry.

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Content syndicating and Repurposing your blog posts

Content syndicating and Repurposing your blog posts | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Answering a question about the concept of content syndication and repurposing content
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Many people On the new Adlandpro blogging community have been asking the question about how to "repurpose" or should I say recyle their content.  Here is my answer

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8 Most Informative Twitter Accounts

8 Most Informative Twitter Accounts | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Here's a list of Twitter accounts that will enrich your mind.
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what is your favorite twitter feed>

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Five things you can learn from other people's Twitter mistakes

Five things you can learn from other people's Twitter mistakes | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Ahhh, Twitter: the little blue bird can do wonders for any company, especially on the Public Relations front. But I must say, Twitter is a tricky platform to master. It can be a company’s best friend or its WORST ENEMY.

Via Jeffrey Lapin
Diane Bjorling's insight:

Great points made......

1. Know your company and your audience.
2. Be careful about wording, especially when using Hashtags.
3. Check & double check your Tweets.
4. No one wins from inappropriate Tweets.
5. When managing multiple accounts, make sure you separate personal from professional.

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Jeffrey Lapin's curator insight, April 17, 2013 5:57 PM

Good post by Maria Hennessey via Leaders West regarding things you can learn from other people's Twitter mistakes. Her key points are:

 

1. Know your company and your audience.
2. Be careful about wording, especially when using Hashtags.
3. Check & double check your Tweets.
4. No one wins from inappropriate Tweets.
5. When managing multiple accounts, make sure you separate personal from professional.

 

#twitter #socialmedia #smm

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Warning! Do Not Trust Screenshots of Tweets

Warning! Do Not Trust Screenshots of Tweets | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Be very careful when you see screenshots of tweets endorsing a product, or damaging someone's reputation - they could be fake!
Diane Bjorling's insight:

I saw this through a LinkedIn update by Bogdan Fiedur and want to pass it on to everyone

"sharing a warning that I read this morning! It's sad that people have to take something that was meant to be harmless and turn it into a tool that can be used to create negativity. I also believe in keeping the internet safe for everyone!"


I agree!  Please pass this on to everyone you know... share, tweet or rescoop..lets help each other keep the internet safe!

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Twitter Tips for Beginners: Everything I Wish I Knew When I Started

Twitter Tips for Beginners: Everything I Wish I Knew When I Started | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
A collection of Twitter tips for beginners, including who to follow, how to engage, and many ways to make the most of your time.
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"Knowledge seldom takes the place of experience."

boy is that ever true!  Every social network has their best practices and that's a fact and Twitter is no exception.  


This is one of the "nicest" posts I have seen in a very long time about using Twitter and getting the most engagement from it. 


From personal experience, Twitter to me is a great way to meet people, to talk to people and to share with people..end of story!

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Fake Followers - Social Media and Marketing by Bogdan Fiedur

Fake Followers - Social Media and Marketing by Bogdan Fiedur | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Fake followers on Twitter - or are they? How often have you seen accounts with thousands of followers? But how do you tell if they're not all fake? Tips
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interesting insights and observations on fake followers on Twitter

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Twitter Chat Etiquette - 8 Tips To Success - Social Media Revolver

Twitter Chat Etiquette - 8 Tips To Success - Social Media Revolver | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Twitter Chat Etiquette is a certain set of guidelines, anyone should learn and follow before taking part. Here are some helpful tips that you should keep in mind when attending a Twitter Chat.
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Good-to-know basic Twitter etiquette!

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(Social Media) List Building - Bogdan Fiedur

(Social Media) List Building - Bogdan Fiedur | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Social media list building is not about making money,but helping us to leverage time management and share with people who have similar interests
Diane Bjorling's insight:

Being overwhelmed with so much information can be a way to waste time. List building on all of the social networks, give us a chance to filter the noise, a great way to build relationships and maybe as this article suggests it can also be profitable?

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Tweeting after death - a new digital Legacy?

Tweeting after death - a new digital Legacy? | Adlandpro talking about Social-Marketing-Blogging | Scoop.it
Tweeting after death - a new digital Legacy is something that has me questioning and wondering how others think about this kind of service.
Diane Bjorling's insight:

Many #Adlandpro members have talked about setting up a memorial forum for their friends to honor and respect those who have passed on, which is something that is a wonderful way to remember special people...but having a service which is nothing more than a bot tweeting after you are dead..is something that I personally find questionable for many reasons.   Where do you weigh in on this kind of "service"?

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