Integrating RSS Feeds, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, a Primer for Managing your Social Media Time Efficiently
SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
If you’re like me (and if you’re not, read this anyway), you’re looking for ways to monitor social media and blog feeds without jumping around to multiple platforms. We’re all busy, and am sure we have our own methods to monitor, share, and comment on the tweets, posts, blogs, and updates we receive each day. Accounts on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Search and install the following extensions: Gooce+ that lets you view your LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter feeds from Google+. Facebook and Twitter. First, my toolset: RSS Reader from Google.
Maximize your SEO benefit on Google+ in 8 simple steps
NOVEMBER 8, 2011
Use a clean URL when you add your content to Google+. Google+ hasn’t been translating URL shorteners well, so use a link from the source. Site URLs are translated the way they are on Facebook. You need to paste the URL into the “Share what’s new…” text box. Image by entertailion via Flickr. Here’s my Google+ public profile.
How to Improve Social Networking for Your Business
JANUARY 25, 2012
Casually telling your friends to Like your company page on Facebook won’t cut it. Social networks like Facebook allow you to run targeted ads based on demographics, people’s interests, and even pages that people Like. When you sign up for a service like Alerti, you can see any social media post relating to certain keywords or linking back to certain URL’s.
How NOT to pitch a blog | Online Marketing Blog
JUNE 15, 2009
Online Marketing Blog TopRank’s internet marketing blog on the intersection of digital PR, social and search engine marketing. Home About Resources Archives Subscribe Consulting Contact How NOT to pitch a blog 29 Comments | Posted by Lee Odden on Aug 29th, 2007 in Blog Marketing , Blogging , Online Marketing , Online PR In the past I’ve written about blogger relations offering tips on how marketers or PR professionals ought to present their story ideas to bloggers. There is no editorial calendar or story board in place with 99% of blogs.
Book Review: Blogger -- Beyond the Basics
AUGUST 5, 2009
If you write a blog on Google’s Blogger platform—or have any plans to—you need to pick up a copy of Blogger: Beyond the Basics: Customize and promote your blog with original templates, analytics, advertising, and SEO (From Technologies to Solutions) by Lee Jordan. Procedures are illustrated using examples from Georgia planning, developing and promoting her Fruit for All blog.