social media news
29 views | +0 today
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Marie Gervais from Public Relations & Social Marketing Insight!

15 Places You Should Be Sharing Your Blog Posts | SEJ

Simply writing and publishing blog posts isn’t enough. There’s so much digital noise out there today that this isn’t an “if you build it, they will come” kind of thing. Your work has only begun once you hit the “Publish” button – now, it’s time to promote your work.


For most bloggers, the natural first step is to share their content on Facebook and Twitter – but after this, many writers are at a loss. If all you’re doing is showcasing your blog posts on these sites, you’re missing out on the thousands of potential views that could come from sharing on other platforms.


Here are 15 additional places you should be sharing your blog posts:...

Via Jeff Domansky
Marie Gervais's insight:

Good solid ideas and a reminder to keep thinking about how to more effectively use the blog posts to generate leads and increase credibility.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, April 16, 2015 3:39 AM

Want maximum traffic from your blog posts? Here are 15 additional places you should be sharing your blog posts.

Firstpoint Marketing and Communications's curator insight, April 17, 2015 11:15 AM

The more place you share content, the wider your reach and influence.

Rescooped by Marie Gervais from Business Improvement!

13 Best Social Media Management Tools

13 Best Social Media Management Tools | social media news |

Via Daniel Watson
spyn studio's curator insight, September 2, 2013 11:49 AM

evolution is fast....!

Mike Doherty's curator insight, September 2, 2013 1:03 PM

In the following post you’re going to discover some of the most powerful social media tools on the market. These will help you save more time managing your social accounts, pull out actionable insights about influencers and ultimately help you get results.

Kat Stanley's comment, September 2, 2013 9:10 PM
Hootsuite has got to be my fave at this point!
Rescooped by Marie Gervais from HRintech - - - HR Innovation & Technology!

More Jobs in HR Are Now Requiring Data and Analytics Sills

More Jobs in HR Are Now Requiring Data and Analytics Sills | social media news |

The geeks have arrived in HR, declares Josh Bersin. “Statisticians, mathematicians, and engineers have entered the people analytics space.”
“Human resources departments are getting serious about analytics,” he says. “And I mean serious.” More “Big Data” skills wanted in job postings
Although the numbers aren’t big — only about 400 recruiter jobs in Q4 of 2014 mention data skills — Wanted says it’s a year-over-year 54 percent increase.
More frequently, big data skills are appearing in job postings for HR generalists, comp and benefit specialists, and trainers.
In the last quarter of 2014, some 1,500 HR generalist jobs required some knowledge or use of big data tools, more than a 22 percent increase over 2013. The 770 jobs for training and development specialists or managers mentioning big data was an even larger 46 percent increase.
Comp and benefit positions have always entailed some understanding and application of big data analysis, whether or not those words were actually used. In the fourth quarter, Wanted found over 1,000 benefits positions mentioning big data as a job requirement.
According to Wanted, across all HR jobs appearing online, demand has increased 41 percent.

Via Alexander Crépin
Marie Gervais's insight:

Are companies up skilling current staff on data analysis or hiring new people with data analysis skills?

No comment yet.