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Auto-Curate Your Twitter Stream: Twylah Showcases Your Best Content "In Context"

Auto-Curate Your Twitter Stream: Twylah Showcases Your Best Content "In Context" | Prionomy |
Robin Good: Twylah is a web service which "auto-curates" your Twitter stream by generating a full web site which auto-organizes and visualizes your tweeted content around a set of specific topics.

Here is a real-world example of my own tweet-stream "auto-curated" by Twilah: 

Impressive.Key Features:

- Harnesses the SEO power of all your tweets by grouping them into relevant topics

- Creates a more engaging space for your followers and fans 

- Provides a high-value content platform on auto-pilot for any author

- Facilitates subscriptions to your Twitter channel

- Integrates a PowerTweet function which not only allows to Tweet from any web page, but it "auto-creates" a  thematic web page just-in-time around your very tweet topic.

(Now that Twylah has kicked out a few bugs that were preventing based curators like me to extract the best from this new service, I am very impressed by what I see.)

This is one of the best examples of how much MORE value can be extracted by "curating", organizing and "presenting" appropriately what IS ALREADY out there. 

Check some of Twylah "featured" pages here: 

If you want to drive engagement beyond the single tweet, and show others what you cover and are all about, at-a-glance, I am hard-pressed in finding something better than Twylah.

If you use Twitter and you share lots of valuable news across different topics, I strongly suggest you request an invite to Twylah right now:  

To get the complete picture on Twylah and what it is all about check out this video: 

(Reviewed by Robin Good)

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planetMitch's comment, January 14, 2012 8:33 AM
Wow Robin - really cool and I appreciate you exposing twylah to me! I've already applied. Should be a great way to engage people. Are you somehow now sending people to twylah instead of your twitter home page?
Robin Good's comment, January 14, 2012 8:48 AM
Hey Mitch, first my compliments to your great channel. Great stuff!

Yeah, Twylah looks good. I'm glad you have applied, with your content it is going to be great as well.

If you tweet with the Twylah "Power Tweet" function your readers are automatically taken to your Twylah property, but otherwise yes, I am going to see what are all of the best ways to take them there.
planetMitch's comment, January 14, 2012 9:16 AM
Thanks Robin, I'm impressed by your channel as well, your success is one of the main reasons why I've ended up loving and am now a 'business' user and have integrated it into my own domain now.

I've been doing 'curation' with my blog for 3 years, but now has helped me solve a problem that I haven't been able to deal with - and that is a way to share news that doesn't 'qualify' for me to spend time writing a full blog post about.

The 'power tweet' is a brilliant idea and one I can see using a lot - maybe too much.

I might like to see twylah expand to do one thing scoop does well - and that's to let me post the power tweet to facebook, g+ etc.

Thanks again for exposing me to so many great ideas!
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How to use Natural Networking to connect with anyone — including the exact email scripts

How to use Natural Networking to connect with anyone — including the exact email scripts | Prionomy |

How many of us have heard career experts telling us to “go out there and network”?

What does that actually mean? They never seem to specify.

So we end up going to 1 or 2 pointless networking events, which actually turn out to be a bunch of unemployed people looking for jobs, until we realize the pointlessness of random networking. We stop going. But we keep hearing about the importance of our network, and we hear about how most jobs are found through personal contacts. Pretty soon, it becomes clear to us that it’s WHO you know, not WHAT you know. But we have no idea how to actually turn that realization into something actionable.

There’s a game going on around us that we don’t even see.

And today, I want to show you exactly how to decode it — along with the specific email scripts to use. If you’ve been waiting for the real story on how networking actually works, this is it.

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The Twitter Hashtag Game

The Twitter Hashtag Game | Prionomy |

This post is part of the “Marketing That Works” Ideas Contest, showcasing 20 of the most innovative marketing ideas from the blogosphere’s up and coming marketers. If you like the post, please show your support for the contestant by tweeting, liking, sharing, and commenting below!


For my marketing idea, I created something called the “Hashtag Game.”


Like Naomi Dunford said: “It’s the shit that we do to get people to buy our shit.” There are many things we can do to attract potential readers and customers such as: producing powerful content; word of mouth; Facebook marketing; free eBooks to lure people in; and guest posting.


There are also the little, effortless things that we forget to do that can add up overtime: adding hashtags at the end of our tweets.


For example: If I were tweeting “Engagement From Scratch” . . . and let’s just say I don’t have 50,000 followers but I want to spread the word about it.


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Chuck Bartok's comment, January 28, 2012 12:12 PM
I appreciate the share of this post..Never really understood the Power of #Hashtags,
But I do like the reference to "relevance" and overuse
Martin Gysler's comment, January 28, 2012 12:45 PM
Hi Chuck! I think you're not alone in this situation. I'm glad that this post gave you an insight in this subject to better understand it. Have a great weekend!
Martin Gysler's comment, January 28, 2012 12:51 PM
Yes, you're absolutely right, Superior Network Co :-) Have an amazing Saturday ;-)
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How Do You Find Out If Your Website Is Engaging?

How Do You Find Out If Your Website Is Engaging? | Prionomy |

Robin Good: If you are seriously interested in optimizing and continuously improving the traffic, engagement level and subscriptions / sales on your web site, this article can provide some good basic advice on how to extract the most valuable actionable info from Google Analytics.

Three areas are of critical importance for you: 
a) Acquisition

b) Engagement

c) Outcome - Goals 

The three key engagement metrics that you should give highest priority and attention to, when it comes to engagement, are:

1) Pages per Visit: This is the average number of pages a visitor views when coming to your website. The more engaging your site is, the more inclined visitors will be to continue clicking beyond the entry page.

2) Average Time on Site: This refers to the typical amount of time visitors spend on your site, despite whether they continue to stay on the page they came in on or navigate elsewhere within your domain.

3) Bounce Rate: This represents the percentage of single-page visits to your site. It gives you a sense of how many visitors left your site from the entrance page rather than clicking further into your site as compared to total visitors. Like Pages per Visit, Bounce Rate can help you determine the performance of your entry pages based on the actions visitors take (or don’t take) after they’ve arrived on your site.

In this article you can find also a simplified review of the "Goals" function inside Google Analytics and how it can be best used.

Check out also the new Google Analytics features reviewed here: 

also not to be missed: 

Informative. 7/10

Read the full article here: 

(Curated by Robin Good)

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