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Discover the 10 commandments of a social media strategy that's built to succeed.
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Dazed and confused about social media? You’re not the only one. Even the “experts” sometimes need to get back to the basics. Whether you have 10 years experience in social media, or you're simply aspiring to pen your first Tweet, you're in luck. I've been summoned to bring you the 10 Commandments for Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and more. [These] rules should be the root of all social media strategies.
well, I don't review analytics, and I don't always reply to comments (especially on YT), but this is spot-on about self-promotion and spam...think I'd replace a couple of the commandments though.
Mark Penfold looks at 10 of the best tools to come out in April
New tools for web design and development: April 2013
Behind every successful social media marketer is an arsenal of tools that help ideate, implement, and track the success of a campaign. Here are the best of the best.
Behind every successful social media marketer is an arsenal of robust marketing tools that help to ideate, implement, and track the success of a social media campaign. A great social tool can save a community manager countless hours of manual data aggregation and analysis. It can also uncover invaluable insights and trends within a brand's community.
Fortunately -- or unfortunately -- for us, "sophisticated" and "innovative" social media tools are a dime a dozen, and keeping up with the latest offerings and solutions can be an overwhelming and frustrating process.
Which social tools are the most intuitive to use? Which are most practical for your brand? What platforms will provide your company with the most pertinent and actionable insights? While the perfect solution will vary from brand to brand based on its unique goals, objectives, and budget, here are the five hottest social media marketing tools that can add value to your current social media efforts, based on my experience "demo-ing" dozens of tools over the years while seeking answers to those very questions.
Mind mapping is a great way to brainstorm, make a plan, or turn ideas into the steps needed to make it real. Thankfully, there are great tools out there to help you build mind maps, organize them, and save them for later.
Could be helpful as I organize my dissertation topic.
Some more useful tools here for connecting concepts and thinking.
Le mind map reste très utile pour vous aider à élaborer votre stratégie éditoriale en fonctions des objectifs de communication et/ou marketing que vous aurez préalablement définis.
Thank you, Robin Good, :-) for sharing
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I think personal branding in a transparent environment is important, it sets you apart from the rest and depending on how you brand yourself.
eReputation is one thing learners are not fully aware of and, as practitioners, it's important we raise their awareness.
This post provides resources that can be used to improve the eReputation of our learners.
NOTE: They must not forget the damage friends can cause, especially via SocialMedia.
Empecemos por gestionar la marca más importante, nosotros mismos.
You’re probably growing tired of the phrase ‘responsive design’, but it isn’t one of those overly-hyped buzz phrases that you can ignore, and it’s not going to go away anytime soon.
The reality is that many sites – ours included – still need to figure out how to deliver a consistent user experience that adapts to devices with different screen sizes.
So, I thought I’d compile a few resources, and some lovely tools, to help you (and me) to go down the responsive design route.
We're not going to ask if you're implementing responsive design...you should be! But we are scooping this is an excellent collection of tools to assist with the task of responsive design. Great stuff!
A great list of tools, I have tried out a few of them before...