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Voiceover Marketing 101: What NOT to Share on Twitter or LinkedIn...Smart people do some very dumb things... | Inc

Voiceover Marketing 101: What NOT to Share on Twitter or LinkedIn...Smart people do some very dumb things... | Inc | Inside Voiceover—Cutting-edge Insights + Enlightening, Entertaining News for Voiceover Professionals | Scoop.it

The "take 10 second to think before you post" is a brilliant rule we should all follow as well as it's corollary: "Don't post anything you wouldn't want your grandmother, clients or employees to read and associate with you." Just remember, when it comes to the internet, once you put it out there, it may be out there forever...  

 

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INC: "I really want to tell you about my lingerie ... but I'm not going to.

 

It's true that I've found a certain line of women's underwear that I'm so excited about that, at times, I'm inclined to want to tweet and Facebook about them. But clearly, I don't—because I impose upon myself the common sense "10 second rule."

 

As a business owner as well as an individual who values some boundaries on her privacy, I take 10 seconds to ask myself, Do I really want the whole world to know this about me? Because in all the haste to seem social media savvy, I've seen a lot of smart people do, say and post a lot of things they may come to regret later..."


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One More Way To Boost Your Voiceover Marketing...The Power of ReTweeting: The 7 Reasons to RT on Twitter | Podjam.tv

One More Way To Boost Your Voiceover Marketing...The Power of ReTweeting: The 7 Reasons to RT on Twitter | Podjam.tv | Inside Voiceover—Cutting-edge Insights + Enlightening, Entertaining News for Voiceover Professionals | Scoop.it

Very good explanation of some Twitter basics for those of you who are just starting out on Twitter, with some valuable tips/ideas for seasoned Twitter users, too.

 

(Thanks to Jan L. Gordon for posting this to her topic,"Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond," first.)

 

Podjam.tv: "For those new on Twitter you might wonder why you see people sharing a tweet with an RT at the beginning of each tweet. This is called a ReTweet. Re Tweeting started around 2008 when someone saw a tweet and wanted to share it but also wanted to be able to give credit to the person who shared it first."

 

 


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More Twitter Basics To Know For Your Voiceover Marketing...The do’s and don’ts of Twitter hashtags | TheNextWeb.com

More Twitter Basics To Know For Your Voiceover Marketing...The do’s and don’ts of Twitter hashtags | TheNextWeb.com | Inside Voiceover—Cutting-edge Insights + Enlightening, Entertaining News for Voiceover Professionals | Scoop.it

More Twitter "how to's" for those of you who are learning to use Twitter for your voiceover marketing. All of us have been guily of hashtag abuse at some point. I know I have. Best rule, try to highlight what you think are actual searchable terms in your tweet, or the parts that are truly relevant. For example, I'd tag the headline of this article as follows: More #Twitter_Basics To Know For Your #Voiceover_Marketing...The do’s and don’ts of #Twitter_hashtags, because people searching for #Twitter_Basics, #Voiceover_Marketing or #Twitter_hashtags, could find this article to be of help to them. In other words, don't tag it #Justin_Bieber, when it has nothing to do with the him, just to draw Twitter traffic to your site.
(Thanks to Martin Gysler for posting to his Scoop.it topic, "SOCIAL MEDIA, what we think about!" first.)

 

TheNextWeb.com: "It’s difficult to express how annoying the misuse of hashtags on Twitter is. While there are definitely some upsides to using the popular conversation-tracking feature, there are many of us on Twitter who either simply don’t understand how to use them appropriately, or think it’s funny to overuse them.

Inspired by recent hashtag fatigue, we’ve decided to help out our readers with this helpful do-and-don’t guide on the proper use of hashtags via Twitter. Enjoy.

 

Do:
Use hashtags to keep track of communities.

 

Some communities online are utilizing hashtags on Twitter to keep track of conversations going on within their group. Matthew Doucette, game producer at award winning indie game studio Xona Games, says he follows #XNA (XNA Game Studio) to keep up with what’s going on in independent game development."


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Unknown Actor Gets A Meeting With A Major TV Director By Using Twitter: How He Did It...| The Actors Voice POV: Ben Blair

Unknown Actor Gets A Meeting With A Major TV Director By Using Twitter: How He Did It...| The Actors Voice POV: Ben Blair | Inside Voiceover—Cutting-edge Insights + Enlightening, Entertaining News for Voiceover Professionals | Scoop.it
Is there some very well-known industry bigwig that you've long admired, but have no real hope of ever meeting, other than in your wildest fantasies? This post by unknown LA actor, Ben Blair, takes you step-by-step through the process of how he was able to turn his fantasy of getting a meeting with a well-known TV director into reality, by using Twitter (yes, Twitter) in a smart, creative way. Find out how he did it. You may be inspired to try it on your own...and if you do, let us know whether you get any results.
(Note: It's a long post, but worth reading IMHO.)

The Actors Voice - POV: Ben Blair Archives: "In December, I had the fortunate opportunity to spend a day shadowing Joe Russo, director and executive producer of NBC's Community. And I got this opportunity because I tweeted that I wanted to meet him. WHAT? Yes, you read that right. Here's how it went down...
RT @marciliroff: If u haven't read this yet...u should!"
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