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How To Tweet More Than 140 Characters with Dave Winer's Little Pork Chop

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Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# 


More info: 




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Robin Good's curator insight, June 7, 2014 6:19 PM



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# 


More info: 




HJJP's curator insight, March 23, 2016 10:16 AM



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# ;


More info: 

http://scripting.com/2014/06/07/littlePorkChop042.html http://scripting.com/2014/06/06/theEasiestWayToTweetAStorm.html ;




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finally a solution for the 140 barrier
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How to Choose the Best Social Media Marketing Tool for Your Business - The Buffer Blog

How to Choose the Best Social Media Marketing Tool for Your Business - The Buffer Blog | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Paralysis by analysis. I’ve totally been there, so many times. Choosing a place to eat, choosing a new computer, or even choosing the best social media marketing tool. When it comes to picking a tool for your business, there are just so many great options out there, so many wonderful, time-saving features, it’s a tall …
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How To Tweet More Than 140 Characters with Dave Winer's Little Pork Chop

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Via Robin Good
Deborah Fillman's insight:



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# 


More info: 




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Robin Good's curator insight, June 7, 2014 6:19 PM



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# 


More info: 




HJJP's curator insight, March 23, 2016 10:16 AM



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# ;


More info: 

http://scripting.com/2014/06/07/littlePorkChop042.html http://scripting.com/2014/06/06/theEasiestWayToTweetAStorm.html ;




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finally a solution for the 140 barrier
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How to Create a Pinterest Showcase for Your Business : Social Media Examiner

How to Create a Pinterest Showcase for Your Business : Social Media Examiner | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Looking for a new way to show off your best pins? Discover how to build a Pinterest showcase for your business profile.
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What a great idea for small business owners with who sell products that showcase well visually. Jewelry, clothing, ceramics, artwork, and others, could benefit from this idea!
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An Open Letter to Start-Ups – You Are Doing It Wrong

An Open Letter to Start-Ups – You Are Doing It Wrong | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
I’ve been there.  You have what you believe is an amazing idea, one that will take the world by storm.  You put all your energy into it.  You scrap f
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This article may change the way you look at starting a new business, or even how you look at the failures in your current one. I may have more to say about it later, but start by reading it, then leave your comments when you're done. Agree or disagree? WHY?

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What is User Experience?

What is User Experience? | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
More and more companies are learning that in order to stay competitive, they need to be investing in user experience, but they don’t necessarily know what it means.
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"...user experience is how you feel about every interaction you have with what’s in front of you in the moment you’re using it."

Sounds simple enough, so why don't more people understand why this is SO important to successful digital marketing?

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How To Write A Blog To Get Maximum Shares

How To Write A Blog To Get Maximum Shares | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
"Whenever people ask me what they should do to write a blog that will get maximum shares on social media, I always say one thing “Write what users want to read in a conversational way.”
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As Hemingway used to say, "Write drunk, edit sober."
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Retail's disastrous use of social media - Retail Insider

Retail's disastrous use of social media - Retail Insider | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Arguably the most important customers to retailers are those whose spending power will increase over time and who therefore represent the future revenue streams of merchants.   These are the younger generation and it is they who are, not surprisingly most courted by retailers, advertisers, and brand owners. Everybody wants their custom. What connects these …
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I feel like I've said this to SO many small business owners, and they still aren't listening! They put up social media accounts, and then leave them sitting there, untended, beckoning to their customers to interact with them, but then they wait days to respond. That's not "interaction," that's like begging someone to call you, and then putting them in an endless "hold" cue, which too many of them do ALSO.

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Lean User Research or: How I Learned to Do Research When Trying to Ship

Lean User Research or: How I Learned to Do Research When Trying to Ship | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
I've never met a product team that doesn't believe user research is important.
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Nails it--developing empathy with users is key, and it's one of the hardest things to do, especially on the fly, but it's a must.
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Out of the Ordinary Emails

Out of the Ordinary Emails | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Exceptional newsletters about creative obsessions
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Some inspiration for your email marketing!

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Where is the ROI in content marketing? - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

Where is the ROI in content marketing? - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Joe Pulizzi of the Content Marketing Marketing Institute gives his take on the state of content marketing Whether videos, blogs, infographics or ebooks, co. Marketing topic(s):Content marketing planning.

Via marketingIO
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UK stats, but still relevant. If you're curious about the ROI of content marketing, take a look!

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marketingIO's curator insight, March 3, 2015 9:01 PM

It's not the content, it's the machine! To attribute these types of lead gen figures to content is akin to saying a NASCAR driver hits 200MPH because of the gas.

Jon Dodson's curator insight, March 7, 2015 3:01 PM

We are a Silver Hubspot partner...Call me at 877-778-6789 or message me when you are ready to make content marketing work for you.


"Research from Hubspot has shown that businesses with more than 200 articles on their site’s blog have over five times the number of leads than those companies with less than 10 articles.

While other studies suggest that not only does content marketing cost significantly less than traditional marketing methods (on average 62%), but it also generates around three times as many leads in the process."

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36 Content Marketing Tips for 2015

36 Content Marketing Tips for 2015 | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Excellent article full of advice and best practices. Must read!
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This! Yes! "Once you have some initial ideas about your audience, start creating content and see what happens. The insights you gather from this experience (what worked well? what didn’t?) will help you further shape your understanding of your audience and improve your content. Additional research and persona development will help sharpen your approach over time."
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Why children of the west are drawn to ISIS

Why children of the west are drawn to ISIS | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
As Islamic State militants have strengthened their hold on Iraq and Syria, a number of young westerners have travelled to the front lines to join their ranks.Many of these men and women appear to have grown up with ordinary backgrounds.
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The 4 S's of All Startups

The 4 S's of All Startups | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Considering creating a new business? If you have fleshed out these four elements, you should be ready to launch.
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I'd add #5: DOCUMENT 1-4. It's all well and good to think about, develop, decide upon and "have" these things, but what happens if you get run over by a bus? All that work, those decisions, those plans need to be captured somewhere OUTSIDE YOUR BRAIN.


Having worked with several startups as a freelancer, I can tell you the day will come (it will, I promise) when you need to add talent to your startup team, but still don't have the revenue to hire full-time employees (never mind spend time training them before they can produce work and add value).


How will you communicate pertinent information about your brand identity, mission, and standards? Don't you want to support and protect them?


How about your business goals? Aren't they the point of everything?


What are your internal review processes? Do you even have any? 


What do you take for granted every day, that a new "employee" couldn't possibly know? Put yourself in their shoes: You get hired today to produce work in your area of expertise, but for a company across town you've never worked with before? What questions would you have? Your freelancers will have them for you. Answer them, in advance, in writing. 


Finally, even if you have these answers documented, you need to expect to PAY your new talent for the time to read and absorb it all. You need to understand their time is money too, and while you may think it's their cost of doing business to "get to know" you, they're less likely to agree if "getting to know you" requires more than 30 minutes of their time, multiple phone calls, emails or Skype sessions, and slows them down to the point where producing the work you ARE paying for takes twice as long.


So you have two choices:

1. Document who you are and what you're all about FIRST, test it with your mom, your best friend, or someone else who isn't living and breathing your startup every day (use a timer, see how long it takes for them to answer the questions you'd want any freelancer to be able to answer), and pay for that amount of time;


OR


2. Expect it to take longer, feel more stressful and "messy," and/or result in lower quality work (that you may even need to revise or do over completely), all of which will cost you more, and more than money in the long run anyway.


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The Best of Copyblogger: 2016 Edition - Copyblogger

The Best of Copyblogger: 2016 Edition - Copyblogger | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Catch up on Sonia Simone's top picks from the Copyblogger blog during 2016 ... and get a sneak peek at Copyblogger's manifesto for 2017.

Via Penelope
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As 2017 fast approaches and 2016 draws to a close, one of my favorite writing websites, Copyblogger, sums up their best of the best advice.

Start your New Year off with a bang! Bookmark this site quick.

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing Rightly"***

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Penelope's curator insight, December 29, 2016 9:20 PM
As 2017 fast approaches and 2016 draws to a close, one of my favorite writing websites, Copyblogger, sums up their best of the best advice.

Start your New Year off with a bang! Bookmark this site quick.

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing Rightly"***

Deborah Fillman's comment, January 4, 12:36 AM
Great share! Thanks, I needed a nudge to get motivated!
Penelope's comment, January 4, 9:53 AM
Glad you liked it, Deborah! Have a wonderful writing year. :)
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18 Habits That Will Make You Smarter

18 Habits That Will Make You Smarter | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Cultivating smart habits is the key to unlocking your potential.
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More ways to use down-time more productively! You don't have to give up social media, just go at it differently. Read, listen to podcasts, learn, then share what you found useful, and voila! Instant content, through the filter of YOUR BRAND.
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Careers - Bill Baren.com

Careers - Bill Baren.com | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Current Openings: Digital Marketing Manager VP of Operations & Culture Client Happiness Champion Digital Marketing Manager Bill Baren Coaching is seeking a Digital Marketing Manager to play a key role in our growing marketing team. The ideal candidate will be a passionate, experienced marketer with exceptional digital marketing, communication, and project management skills. Bill Baren …
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#DigitalMarketers, know anyone in San Francisco, or willing to relocate there? This is a GREAT opportunity! If only...

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The "Thank God That Exists” List of Tools for Prolific Content Marketers (For #CMWorld)

The "Thank God That Exists” List of Tools for Prolific Content Marketers (For #CMWorld) | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
My gift to those who attended my #CMWorld talk about prolific content
creators (and for anyone who happens upon this crazy blog and like that
"content" part of "content marketing" like I do).

Click the link below to read on.
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All I can say is, "Thank God Jay Acunzo exists!" :-)

 

With this, plus Ann Handley's book "Everybody Writes," you've got just about everything you need to start creating "ridiculously good" content (prolifically). 

 

#NoteToSelf

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The Power of Imagery in Content Marketing

The Power of Imagery in Content Marketing | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
This post looks at why imagery in content marketing is becoming a staple in the online consumer's diet and how you can use it to your advantage.
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You know how they (whoever they are) say a picture is worth a thousand words? They're right. Jeff Bullas explains why.

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Curious Tester: How to Test User Experience

Curious Tester: How to Test User Experience | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
"As Steve Jobs said, design is "not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” Testers can use a variety of heuristics to tell the UX team what does and doesn’t work for users so that the entire project team knows exactly what gives their customers the greatest experience possible."
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Exactly! I've been involved in UX in some capacity since 1998, and I'm amazed by the number of companies that still refuse to test at all.
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Grow Your Blog: Steal Tips From My Social Media Marketing Experiment

Grow Your Blog: Steal Tips From My Social Media Marketing Experiment | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Wondering if getting serious about social media could help you grow your blog traffic? Here's what happened when I hired a social media manager...
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Lots of great tips here! The key is to have a PLAN, and don't be afraid to promote a post multiple times!
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[Updated] 35+ Books and Blogs All Web Writers Should Read

[Updated] 35+ Books and Blogs All Web Writers Should Read | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Updated for 2015! Are you an online writer? Check out this list of the 35+ best books and blogs all web writers should read.
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Heather's posts are always a must-read. This is no-exception! 

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The 5 pillars of interaction design - The Next Web

The 5 pillars of interaction design - The Next Web | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
The five key aspects of good interaction design and how to incorporate them into your website.
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Yes, even your small business needs to care about this--maybe even more! For example: is your site responsive to web? No? That's a problem right there.

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What Motivates Customers to Make Recommendations on Social Media? [Infographic]

What Motivates Customers to Make Recommendations on Social Media? [Infographic] | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
Customer Behavior - Get the scoop on what drives your customers to make recommendations on their social media networks, and find out how to tailor your marketing to encourage them.

Via Kamal Bennani
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It may not be what you think...

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Nicolas Parmaksizian's curator insight, March 8, 2015 3:51 AM

It is generally accepted that disappointed or angry customers might take to Social Media to vent about negative brand experiences. However, research shows that brilliant brand experiences are actually much more likely to get a customer to feedback on Social Media.

BlogdosNegocios's curator insight, March 11, 2015 2:04 PM

Quer ter mais clientes que referenciem o seu produto ou marca nas suas redes sociais? Se a resposta é sim, então deve ler este estudo. Para isso terá de entender as motivações dos clientes e as redes sociais que preferem, sendo que para a maioria o Facebook é a rede de eleição. Os infográficos que se seguem dão-lhe uma ideia sobre o estudo.

Para mais notícias sobre ideias de negócio, empreendedorismo, marketing digital e tecnologia visite http://blogdosnegocios.com 

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Preparing for Penguin 4.0: A Google Penalty Prevention Protocol

Preparing for Penguin 4.0: A Google Penalty Prevention Protocol | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
If you follow these steps, you can protect your site and when Penguin 4.0 gets released, you can be certain that yours won’t be one of the sites that gets affected.
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Why You Need to Utilize Multi-Channel Online Marketing

Why You Need to Utilize Multi-Channel Online Marketing | Digital Experience Journal | Scoop.it
In 2015, businesses are going to have to focus on multi-channel online marketing. This means creating cohesion in your marketing efforts on different platforms. Online marketing isn’t synonymous wi…
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