Creating a plan from scratch? These 7 tips will get you going ‘We need a social media strategy.” I hear this all the time. And companies have meetings upon meetings to discuss this. I’ve been a part of many of those meetings and it can be tiring to go through endless internal discussions as to what your social media strategy … Continue reading
Today we’re going to examine a number of tools and resources for getting insights into competitors’ traffic data. We’ll assess their strengths and weaknesses as well as the validity and usefulness of the data provided. Continue reading
WPtouch Pro plug-in is making your website mobile-friendly in a flash. Way better (and easier) than creating your own app, check out how this simple plug-in affects users’ experiences with your mobile site. Continue reading
With the torrent of social media conversations coming at us today, how do you manage the flow?
The answer used to be: Painstakingly and one conversation at a time. But a new crop of social media tools aims to tamp down the social media gusher by letting you update, manage and maintain several communication outlets at once. Continue reading
This is part of our ongoing series on social media tools for businesses. Guest post by James Young VP of Products, Spredfast Doing social media right takes time. My colleagues and I engage in multiple social networks, some that you probably also use: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr, Slideshare, a blog and a few other networks. Conversing with people … Continue reading
Keeping your Social Web accounts up to date can seem overwhelming, but there are ways to make the process more painless. This presentation on Slideshare outlines two sample integration plans you can implement to help streamline your Social Web presence.
Let’s say that you have a blog as well as accounts on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube. Continue reading