Integrating RSS Feeds, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, a Primer for Managing your Social Media Time Efficiently


First, my toolset: RSS Reader from Google. RSS Share for Google Plus and Google Reader. One, It brings your RSS feeds right onto your Google+ streaming page, where you can review your news and share interesting articles to your circles, then re-share via other social networks with the previously described extension. Then, you’ll be all set to share your RSS feeds to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.

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My social media marketing posts from 2011


In today’s decontextualized world of walls, feeds, RSS , e-mail, diggs, reddits, Stumbles, tweets, and retweets, you need to attract your potential reader based only on the appeal of your title and nothing else, especially if you’re new to blogging and don’t happen to be Seth Godin.

How to Write an Effective Business Blog


Factors to consider include the option of hosting the blog on your own existing Web site, RSS feed capabilities, Trackback functionality, and of course personal preference. Provide an RSS feed of your blog. RSS stands for “really simple syndication.&# You can find a useful and not overly-technical explanation of RSS here.) Information consumers have embraced RSS because of the control it gives them over the information they receive (generally without spam).

Hey I found your blog - now what? Tips for those new to blogs

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So if you like this post, bookmark me! :) What the hell is RSS (really stupid something or other) and web feeds etc. RSS (really simple syndication) allows you to sign up and receive updates when bloggers post new content. Here's a good article on RSS if you're interested. These are called AdSense ads and they serve up advertisement links based on the content of the web page you are on. Tags: comments blogging Adsense

The dashboard has finally been perfected


I never remember to check Google Analytics, Webmaster tools, my AdSense revenue, and even what’s coming in to my help desk inbox as it happens. Google AdSense. RSS Feed.

17 Google Marketing Tools You Should Be Using


Once set up, you'll receive either email alerts or results via RSS whenever these phrases have been mentioned online. By setting up a Google FeedBurner account, your site visitors can subscribe to your content and receive regular updates via their web browsers, RSS readers, or email.

LinkedIn Tips and Tweaks: Do More with your LinkedIn Account

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LinkedIn provides an RSS feed for your network updates so you may know when people add new connections or switch jobs in your RSS reader itself. You may want to keep this RSS feed a secret because it contains information about your other LinkedIn contacts. Add Your Blog RSS Feeds to LinkedIn. And if you add your blog’s RSS feed to your LinkedIn public profile, it will also show up in your LinkedIn News section. AdSense Sandbox. RSS Feeds.

Fulfill your resolution to blog in 11 steps


7) Hold off on the advertising and contextual ads for a little while: Ads, advertising, contextual ads, Google AdWords and AdSense ads, and Affiliate links demand huge amounts of traffic to be profitable in any way more profound than a little bit of beer money.

17 Questions On How To Build A Content Marketing Strategy [Q&A]

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Next, I would look at direct traffic (RSS and Newsletter subscribers) and social traffic. Next, you should look for paid sources like Google AdSense, Outbrain, Taboolah, Nativo, and Sharethrough.

4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader

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Phil on Thursday, June 26th, 2008 Posted to: RSS/Atom , Reader One comment, add yours! Google Reader is a very popular online tool for reading RSS feeds. In this article we will take a look at a few easy ways to subscribe to a new RSS feed. t have an RSS feed!) Subscribe by RSS feed or by email today! Using Google to Generate RSS Feeds for non-RSS Sites. Comments RSS. Adsense. RSS/Atom. Google Tutor.

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5 Excellent Productivity Tips For Google Reader

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There are no doubts about the fact that Google Reader is the best browser based RSS reader available. It has some excellent features and helps you to easily deal with a large number of RSS feeds. Today I decided to mention few productivity tips for this app, which will help you manage your RSS feeds better. Google Reader has an impressive feature to help you manage your RSS reading habits. You can use it to trim your RSS feeds and analyze your RSS feeds effectively.

Give web visitors the resources they need - Customized Google

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If you're on my blog (that's directed to my RSS reader friends), you'll notice a shiny new Google search box at the top of the site. The drawback for bloggers is that you can't get Adsense but hey, if I was blogging for the money I would have quit long ago.

Grow Your Wiki

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adsense. About. Services. Contact. Archives. 21 days of wiki adoption. 9rules. advertising. analysis. Apple. Atlassian. AusWeb07. Barack Obama. better meetings. BlackBerry. boris mann. business. CeBIT. change. change management. citizen journalism. Clay Shirky. cognition.

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Book Review: Blogger -- Beyond the Basics


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.

Content Curation in B2B Marketing

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Within the field of content marketing, content curation blends a mix of new content with the filtering and management of useful information streams from blogs and other RSS resources.

How to Become a Stellar Guest Blogger

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AdSense/CPC Blogging & RSS Design Getting Started Making Money Traffic / Promotion The Step-by-Step Guide to Guest Blogging June 14, 2010 · 33 comments This is a guest post by Ann Smarty of

How NOT to pitch a blog | Online Marketing Blog

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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.