If you’re visiting this blog for the first time, welcome!
I wrote a guest post on Social Media Examiner on curing social media management pains just before gorging my face with turkey and giving thanks for the internet (among other things).
And, then my post on social media content curators was referenced in Guillaume Decugis’s post on social media content curation on TechCrunch.
If you’re interested in connecting on social media strategy, I work for White Horse, and we do amazing work there. Tons of digital marketing resources in the White Horse resource center, too.
So, if you’re poking around here, you might enjoy:
-White Horse landscape review on social media management platforms
–The challenge of increasing quality for marketers
-Why Quora is great for content marketing
-And, why marketing ninja Seth Godin is wrong about content curation
-Lots more digital marketing thinking on the White Horse blog
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See you around!
A quick multiple choice question:
What does it mean that you can now tweet with your thoughts?
A. A media-savvy PhD candidate knew how to get some attention
B. Resistance is futile—you will be assimilated
C. Twitter is mainstream
D. Twitter is passé—social networking via thought is the new, new thing Continue reading “Are You in the New Now?”
Now that you have accounts on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Delicious, Digg, LinkedIn, Flickr, and probably a dozen other social networking sites, did you ever notice how annoying it is to update your status? Share a photo? Inevitably, some of your contacts are on one network, others on another, and you end up spending more time on the care and feeding of your online networks than it took you to take the photo in the first place. If you manage the online presence for your brand, there are simply not enough hours in the day to be active on all of the networks. Continue reading “The Second Wave of Social Networking: Aggregators”
Thanks to Billy Huys and Shaire Productions for taking the photos in the header.